An update on equine gastric ulcers with David Rendle

An update on equine gastric ulcers with David Rendle

Earlier this year Ringneill Equine Clinic was delighted to welcome European Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine, David Rendle, to discuss the topic of equine gastric ulcers. David met over 90 delegates at Stormont Hotel where he discussed equine gastric disease. If...
Chewing the Fat with David Rendle

Chewing the Fat with David Rendle

On 30th June Ringneill Equine Clinic was delighted to welcome back European Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine, David Rendle. David took to the air live over zoom to discuss equine obesity, laminitis and equine metabolic disease. If you missed it live, or would...
COVID-19 Protocols and Contingency Plans

COVID-19 Protocols and Contingency Plans

Update* Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Ringneill Equine Clinic Protocols Dear Clients In view of government legislation that has been announced in the past few days, and in line with guidelines from The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) we have made the...
COVID-19 Protocols and Contingency Plans

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

COVID-19 (Cornonavirus) update Ringneill Equine Clinic is continuing to provide our full range of equine veterinary services during the current uncertain climate regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. Well versed on biosecurity measures for animals it is now time we put...
Digital Radiography

Digital Radiography

We are so proud to introduce to you our new portable, digital, X-ray machine! What better way to celebrate our six month anniversary than with the installation of this fantastic new piece of equipment!! This state of the art veterinary x-ray machine will allow us to...
Types of colic

Types of colic

Colic is responsible for 1 in 3 emergency equine veterinary call-outs and is a major cause of death or euthanasia in horses. Here at Ringneill Equine Clinic, we have teamed up with the University of Nottingham and The British Horse Society to bring you a series of...