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RACE CE Quiz - Performance Horse Wellness

Thank you for attending the veterinarian continuing education events on Performance Horse Wellness, presented by MARS EQUESTRIAN™. In order to receive CE credit for this recorded webinar, you must score 70% or higher on the quiz. Please fill out the information completely (Name, State, License #) so that your credits can be recorded in CE Broker as well. Kindly allow 5-10 business days for the processing of your certificate. Thank you for your participation!

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* 1. Elevations in cardiac enzymes (troponin) occurs:

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* 2. Testing for PPID in performance horses is:

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* 3. The best way to diagnose a horse with suspected rhabdomyolysis but no muscle soreness is:

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* 4. Thyroid disease in performance horses is:

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* 5. For a horse in horse in very heavy work (racing, 5* eventing), which of the following dietary needs increases the most compared to the needs of a horse in light work (light, occasional flat work)?

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* 6. Low intensity exercise:

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* 7. Chronic administration of NSAIDs can lead to:

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* 8. When fed and trained the same, Arabians and Thoroughbreds during a series of standardized exercise tests:

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* 9. When deciding what to feed pre-exercise you need to consider:

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* 10. Energy requirements of an individual depend largely on:

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* 11. When considering antioxidants which is true:

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* 12. Which nutrient source best supports sprinting and quick bursts of energy?

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* 13. When it comes to meal timing, what timeframe is best to offer a horse a concentrate meal, assuming concentrates are part of the regular diet?

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* 14. Which nutrient source best supports long, endurance-type of work?

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* 15. Recovery from strenuous exercise should include:

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