News and Events
Naked Truth about Riding Symposium
Giddy-up Horsemanship Camp
Unwanted Horse Trainers Challenge
Equine Center in the News
Follow this link to read what the Minneapolis Star Tribune has to say about the new Equine Center.
University of Minnesota researchers discover the genetic cause of PSSM
Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy (PSSM) is a common cause of tying-up in horses. Click here for an Adobe Acrobat file describing the recent advances in PSSM genetic testing.
Maneighs by Hercules
Support the Equine Center by making a donation of $50 and receive a Maneigh from Hercules. Checks can be made payable to the University of Minnesota Equine Center. Please note that you would like to receive a Maneigh. Mail to CM 3854, PO Box 70870, St. Paul, MN 55170.
Hercules is a Belgian gelding that lives at the University of Minnesota Equine Center and is a blood donor for equine patients. He has a universal blood type, and since horses have seven major blood groups and more than 200,000 different blood types, this makes Hercules a very valuable asset to horse owners across Minnesota!
A truly unique Maneigh from Hercules!
$50 tax deductible donation to support the
University of Minnesota Equine Center capital campaign project
to build the new Equine Center on the University of Minnesota St. Paul campus.
University of Minnesota
For more information, visit the Equine Center Campaign page at: www.cvm.umn.edu/devalumni/campaigns/equine/home.html.
Read the Spring 2008 Newsletter "The Equine Connection" (Acrobat reader required.)