Wobbler Syndrome, (Cervical vertebral malformation (CVM)) is a common cause of ataxia in horses. The condition typically affects young, light breed horses and is more common in males than females.
In a series of lectures, now available online, the pathogenesis, clinical signs and treatment of CVM are discussed together with challenges and future perspectives on diagnosis and assessment.
The presentations are given by international leaders in this field; Steve Reed, Tim Philips, Richard Piercey and Emil Olsen.
Organised by the Beaufort Cottage Educational Trust, the lecture series is supported by the Gerald Leigh Trust in honour of Mr Leigh's passion for the Thoroughbred horse and its health and welfare.