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Idiopathic Hopping Syndrome



In 2017, Digger, my 4 year old warmblood was diagnosed with Idiopathic Hopping Syndrome (IHS). My mums horse, Phoebe, was also diagnosed in 2021.


To this day, IHS is a little bit of an unknown quantity, but the information and research surround it is building each day.


I have created a powerpoint presentation detailing the history, causes, recognition and treatment of IHS. You can download the presentation here:


https://612b5403-d30f-4062-b1ab-b9d3943ebeed.usrfiles.com/ugd/612b54_5a744b71fe3a4a54b6c1df1b64511ce2.pptx


If anyone has trouble downloading then drop me a message and I am happy to email it over to you!


Claire :)









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