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Behind the Scenes at the London Olympics and Paralympics Veterinary Clinic

Take a photo tour of the London Olympic and Paralympic equine veterinary clinic, and meet the designer of the world's most sophisticated equine ambulance....

So Far, No Major Tests of Olympic Veterinary, Emergency Transport Preparations

An inside look at the on-site Olympic veterinary clinic in London's Greenwich Park, as well as at the world's most advanced and unique equine ambulance....

For Want of a Shoe, the Olympics Could Be Lost

Profile of farrier Todd Meister, one of the official U.S. Equestrian Team farriers, who will be shoeing the U.S. Olympic team jumping and dressage horses in London 2012....

The Care and Feeding of an Olympic Horse: Flexible

When it comes to the training and stable management of his 2012 U.S. Olympic jumping partner, Flexible, rider Rich Fellers keeps it simple....

The Care and Feeding of an Olympic Horse: Paragon

2012 US Olympic dressage alternate Heather Blitz explains the training, feed, and management regimen of her horse, Paragon....

The Role of an Olympic Veterinarian

Dr. Kent Allen, FEI foreign veterinary delegate for the 2012 London Olympics, explains the varied veterinary roles at the Games....

About This Blog

Jennifer Bryant is on the scene for TheHorse.com to bring you the latest Equestrian Olympics news before and during the London Games. Follow her coverage of eventing, dressage, and jumping as horses and riders vie for a spot on the team and, ultimately, the Olympic podium.