IT’S TIME FOR A GUT CHECK.

With two out of three competitive horses affected, it’s time to alert your clients to the reality of Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome.†,1

Here's how: Host your own EGUS educational event.

By hosting an event, you can:

  • Educate your clients to the prevalence of equine stomach ulcers
  • Share with them how stomach ulcers can be treated
  • Teach them how they can help reduce their horse's risk for future stomach ulcers

Host a Look, Listen & Learn event that fits your clinic and your clients

We make it easy with multiple toolkits to choose from. Each contains a comprehensive set of downloadable materials that will help support your EGUS education initiative.

Have a scope?

Host a gastroscopy event or demonstration to teach about gastric health and encourage attendees to schedule a scoping for their horse.​​​​​​​

No Scope? No Problem.

Consider partnering with your regular referral veterinarian. Not sure who's in your area? Find out here: http://vetspecialists.com/. Prefer to focus on education? Host an open house or dinner and teach attendees about gastric health.


Non-racing, competitive horses

1 Mitchell RD. Prevalence of gastric ulcers in hunter/jumper and dressage horses evaluated for poor performance. Association for Equine Sports Medicine, September 2001.


IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: ULCERGARD can be used in horses that weigh at least 600 lbs. Safety in pregnant mares has not been determined. Not for use in humans. Keep this and all medications out of the reach of children. In case of ingestion, contact a physician.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: The safety of GASTROGARD paste has not been determined in pregnant or lactating mares. For use in horses and foals 4 weeks of age and older. Keep this and all drugs out of the reach of children. In case of ingestion, contact a physician. For prescribing information, click here.