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Brian F. Colquhoun

Equine Veterinarian

BRIDLE PATH ASSOCIATION

HQ Phone:  (973) 464-8738

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BRIDLE PATH ASSOCIATION

Bridle Path AssociationP.O. Box 710

New Vernon, New Jersey,07976

United States

Company Description

We are committed to the well-being of the horse. Fair and friendly competitions via our Family Fun Shows and other Equestrian events develop teamwork and sportsmanship. Fun and friendship are part of Harding Township Green Village Bridle Path Association. ...more

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Dr. Brian Colquhoun
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By Brian F. Colquhoun, DVM, MS, CVA
Dr Colquhoun is the managing member of the Sand Spring Equine Practice, LLC, a performance and pleasure horse practice in Morris Plains, New Jersey. He has over 20 years in equine practice, which includes both conventional and Chinese veterinary medicine. Currently, Dr Colquhoun is completing a manuscript on the nature of the horse and horse management Now that it's summer, I notice dapples on my horse's coat. Does being covered with dapples mean that she's in superior health?


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By Brian F. Colquhoun, DVM, MS, CVA
Dr Colquhoun is the managing member of the Sand Spring Equine Practice, LLC, a performance and pleasure horse practice in Morris Plains, New Jersey. He has over 20 years in equine practice, which includes both conventional and Chinese veterinary medicine. Currently, Dr Colquhoun is completing a manuscript on the nature of the horse and horse management


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TKO, a 12-year-old thoroughbred, is led to a vacillate and greeted by Brian Colquhoun, a Morris County veterinarian.
Colquhoun inquires about TKO's strength. The horse has been favoring his right side, Colquhoun is told, and his neck feels fasten. Colquhoun sticks his hand in the horse's mouth and examines his vernacular. The 21-year veterinarian takes a walnut-tipped piece of advice - a tool of his own invention -- and brushes it along the horse's side. TKO flinches as the ignore hits certain points - sometimes its a slight tremor, other times his whole substance shakes. Colquhoun then inserts about a dozen 2-inch, stainless dirk needles into TKO's legs and torso. One even goes into his face.


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TKO, a 12-year-old thoroughbred, is led to a stall and greeted by Brian Colquhoun, a Morris County veterinarian.
Colquhoun inquires about TKO's health. The horse has been favoring his right side, Colquhoun is told, and his neck feels tight. Colquhoun sticks his hand in the horse's mouth and examines his tongue. The 21-year veterinarian takes a walnut-tipped pointer - a tool of his own invention -- and brushes it along the horse's side. TKO flinches as the brush hits certain points - sometimes its a slight tremor, other times his whole body shakes. Colquhoun then inserts about a dozen 2-inch, stainless steel needles into TKO's legs and torso. One even goes into his face. Video: Veterinary acupuncture helps large and small animals maintain good health Veterinarian Brian Colquhoun practices equine acupuncture on horses to help their health and to reduce pain while the horses are being ridden. "This is really a nice addition to the things we can do to keep a horse healthy," Colquhoun said.


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