Equine gastric ulcer syndrome describes the ulceration of the horse’s stomach lining due to exposure to acid produced by the stomach.


Any horse can suffer from gastric ulcers, from racehorses to pleasure horses and ponies.

In the attached guide we are covering the following areas to help clarify key areas of Equine Gastric Ulcers including:

  • Anatomy of the equine stomach
  • How common is EGUS?
  • What are the main causes of EGUS?
  • What are the signs of EGUS?
  • How are gastric ulcers diagnosed?
  • Treatment
  • Prevention
  • Nutritional Management
  • Supplements
  • Prescription Treatment




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