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  • Thoroughbred

    Scone Equine Hospital provides world-class service and support to the thoroughbred industry.

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  • Pleasure and Performance

    Ensure the health and longevity of your horse - from scheduled health checks to emergency care.

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  • Video Introduction

    Click here to take a video tour of Scone Equine Hospital.

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Welcome to Scone Equine Hospital

Scone Equine Hospital is the largest equine veterinary practice in Australia, delivering service and care to all horses, from elite athletes to loved companions; Olympians to pleasure horses; kids' ponies to working horses and newborns to retirees.

With five registered specialists in Equine Surgery and Medicine and our highly experienced senior veterinarians, Scone Equine Hospital provides a world-class, specialised team working in equine surgery, medicine, diagnostic imaging, reproduction, neonatal and intensive care.

Our reputation for dedicated expert care is based on understanding our clients and what their horses mean to them. It starts with a personal relationship between our team and our clients and is built on our commitment to research and continuing education for the care of their horse.

We aim to be the leaders in veterinary service, professionalism and knowledge.

Call us or call in to talk to our veterinarians about what your horse needs.

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Stud Protocols 2015

Scone Equine Hospital has published important information for all stud farms this season.

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Hendra Virus (new update)

Hendra virus is an ever present threat to people, horses and equine businesses. Use of the commercially available vaccine is the most useful tool in preventing horse infections.

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Caterpillars and Abortions

Processionary caterpillars have been identified as a cause of EAFL through experimental studies performed at University of Queensland.

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Performance Horse Seminar

View the great range of presentations which were delivered at the 2012 Performance Horse Seminar.

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