Anyone have any experience with sleep apnea in horses?
I have a two year old pacing gelding that shows the same signs as my wife did before she had a sleep study and was diagnosed with sleep apnea.
He can't stay awake during the day . He is up and down all day. His snoring can be heard all over the barn.
It has definitely hurt his attitude and training on the track.
Any help would be appreciated.
We have solved the problem.
We used the sure fire, never fail, and best way to cure lameness, sickness, and/or attitude problems.
Sell the horse (price is inmaterial) shuffle the deck, deal the cards, and sleep better tonight.