Atypical Myopathy

15th October 2018
Keeping paddocks safer for horses

Keeping paddocks safer for horses

Atypical Myopathy of horses is a severe and life threatening muscle disorder that is caused when horses eat Sycamore tree seeds, leaves or seedlings. Following […]
22nd September 2017
atypical myopathy is a deadly horse disease

Sycamore Helicopter Seeds – Atypical Myopathy

Sycamore trees, a British favourite until the helicopter seeds drop and need clearing, unless you want lots of sycamore trees, but these little seeds present […]
20th February 2017

Good News for Horse Owners: Atypical Myopathy testing available at the Royal Veterinary College

The Royal Veterinary College (RVC) is now conducting testing for atypical myopathy as part of the RVC’s work towards improved treatments and management of this […]
30th March 2015
Ganemedes says his final farewell

Stay vigilant: Warning to horse owners over atypical myopathy

National Equine Welfare Council members have joined forces to remind owners to stay vigilant against atypical myopathy this spring. With the Universite de Liege recording […]