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Horse Trials Vet Examination

Horse Trials Vet Examination

Blood, Hair Follicle test and Vet Examination Before and After QEnergySpa, BEFE

Sessions administered to Horses.

KENNALLYWOOD

Equine Trials

QEnergySpa, BEFE

Equine Study - Kennallywood Grey Horse

“KENNALLYWOOD”

Australian Stock Horse Stud

Walloon Road, Rosewood Qld 4340

Slim Perrin, Alison Hall and Holly Perrin


Contents:

Abstract

Kid Courage (Oakey)

Background Information
Vet Examination Prior to QEnergySpa, BEFE Sessions
Blood Test Results Prior to QEnergySpa, BEFE
Vet Examination Following QEnergySpa, BEFE
Blood Test Results Following QEnergySpa, BEFE
Hair Follicle Test Results Before and After QEnergySpa, BEFE

Ditto

Background Information
Vet Examination Prior to QEnergySpa, BEFE
Blood Test Results Prior to QEnergySpa, BEFE
Vet Examination Following QEnergySpa, BEFE
Blood Test Results Following QEnergySpa, BEFE
Hair Follicle Test Results Before and After QEnergySpa, BEFE

Magnetic Mayor (George)

Background Information
Vet Examination Prior to QEnergySpa, BEFE
Blood Test Results Prior to QEnergySpa, BEFE
Vet Examination Following QEnergySpa, BEFE
Blood Test Results Following QEnergySpa, BEFE
Hair Follicle Test Results Before and After QEnergySpa, BEFE

 


Abstract

Blood tests, hair follicle tests and vet examinations were performed on 3 separate horses before and after QEnergySpa, BEFE sessions. All 3 horses were selected due to various complaints making them unable to race as expected. These trials were done partly to gauge the effectiveness of the QEnergySpa, BEFE sessions on larger mammals and partly to illustrate its effectiveness across all living matter. All trials showed remarkable improvements after QEnergySpa, BEFE sessions.


All words in [quotes] have been added by Q the Experience for clarification.


Kid Courage (Oakey)

 

[Background Information]


 

Kid Courage (Oakey) 6 year old Gelding.

Stabled at Quarry Road, Pine Mountain Qld 4306.

Owned by Ms Rebecca Levey of same address.

History: Oakey has had seven (7) starts in four (4) preparations. He won his first start (maiden) and since has had hoof problems with other infections as well.

Current: Oakey is currently running free in a complex a Pine Mountain, not in any work at all, drinking dam water and not rugged.

Feeding: Lucerne hay twice daily. Made feed (twice daily): Workhorse, copra, wheaten chaff, Lucerne chaff, dolomite, copper, kelp, sulphur, cod liver oil, mill run.

Treatments: every second day for 14 treatments with array active.

Summary

The reports by Dr Lindsay McNaught (Eastwood House Veterinary Surgery) and Angela Davidson (Ballina Natural Therapies Centre) both showed marked improvement in all problem areas that have been previously identified. The blood and hair readings give us a clear view [of his state of health] as well as the clinical examination. Please note that all efforts were made to keep the environments, feeding and training patterns as stable as possible.

[Vet Examination of Prior to QEnergySpa, BEFE Sessions]


EASTWOOD HOUSE VETERINARY SURGERY

51 Margaret Street
Toowoomba, Q. 4350
Fax: (07) 4639 xxxx

Lindsay B. McNaught B.V. Sc.
Dr. Margarita Heine-McNaught Med. Vet.
Veterinary Surgeons & Physicians

11th March 2002

Q-Tech Laboratories
371 Taylor Street
Toowoomba Qld 4350

Dear Sir/Madam,

On the 8th of March 2002 I, Lindsay B McNaught, examined the horse presented to me as Kid Courage and branded crown VF. over 22 over 5 on the near shoulder.

This horse is currently not in work. A clinical examination did not reveal any significant problems which is not unusual in horses that are currently being spelled as they are not under any racing or training stress to exacerbate any underlying problems that may be there.

A full blood count revealed that the horse had a slightly high urea level of 5.7 but a normal creatine level indicating that’s it’s probably a pre-renal problem, possibly due to a high protein diet. The globulin level was 31 which is elevated, this tends to indicate that the horses immune system has been stimulated to possibly fight off an underlying viral infection. The liver enzymes and the mineral and vitamin levels were all normal for a horse spelling. The red blood cells were normal for a horse that is spelling which is significantly lower for a horse that is actually in racing condition. The white cell count was normal, with the difference [between white and red blood cells] being normal also.

Lindsay B. McNaught B.V.Sc.

 

[Blood Test Results Prior to QEnergySpa, BEFE Sessions]


IDEXX-VPS BRISBANE

VET: DR MCNAUGHT OWNER: Q Tech LAB No: B209680*
B335: EASTWOOD HOUSE VETERINARY ANIMAL ID: KID COURAGE SUBMITTED: 08/03/2002
CASE ID: EQU TB FINAL: 09/03/2002

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Biochemistry Reference Range Haematology Reference Range
GLUCOSE mmol/L 3.5-7.1 RBC x1012/L 7.0* 8.0-10.8
UREA mmol/L 7.5 3.3-5.8 Hb g/L 115* 120-160
CREAT mmol/L 0.11 0.13-0.22 PVC L/L 0.32* 0.36-0.48
PROTEIN g/L 68 57-72 MCV fl 46* 42.5-45.5
ALBUMIUM g/L 37 34-44 MCH pg/L 16.3 14.0-17.0
GLOBULIN g/L 31* 18-28 MCHC L/L 358 330-360
A-GRATIO 1.2 0.6-1.8 WCC x109/L 7.0 6.0-10.0
T-BILI umol/L 30.8 20-50 %nRBC 0.0 0.0
C-BILI umol/L 2-10
GLGH U/L <20 Differential
ALK PHOS U/L 124 90-280 % x109/L
AST U/L 295 150-250 BANDS 0 0.0 0.0-0.2
ALT U/L NEUTS 63 4.4 2.8-8.0
Gamma GT U/L 10 20-60 LUMPH 28 2.0 1.1-5.5
B-OH BUT mmol/L 0-0.6 MONOS 6 0.4 0.0-0.5
CK U/L 153 60-160 EOSIN 3 0.2 0.0-1.0
CHOLEST mmol/L 2.3 1.8-3.3 BASO 0 0.0 0.0-0.2
MAGNESIUM mmol/L 0.7 0.6-1.1 OTHER 0 0.0 0.0
CALCIUM mmol/L 3.2 2.7-3.5 PLASMA PROT g/L
PHOSPHATE mmol/L 1.0 0.7-1.7 FIBRINOGEN g/L 2
Ca-P Ratio 3.2 2.0-4.0 RETICS x109/l
SODIUM mmol/L 139 135-143 PLATELETS Adequate
POTASSIUM mmol/L 3.8 3.0-4.0 PLASMA
CHLORIDE mmol/L 101 97-105
BICARB mmol/L 28.9 26-34
ANION GAP mmol/L 12.9 8-20
LIPASE U/L
AMYLASE U/L
BILE ACIDS umol/L 0-20
Na/K Ratio 36.6* >27

 

Review by: RIM

 

[Vet Examination Following QEnergySpa, BEFE Sessions]


EASTWOOD HOUSE VETERINARY SURGERY

51 Margaret Street
Toowoomba, Q. 4350
Fax: (07) 4639 xxxx

Lindsay B. McNaught B.V. Sc.
Dr. Margarita Heine-McNaught Med. Vet.
Veterinary Surgeons & Physicians
19th April 2002

Q-Tech Laboratories
371 Taylor Street
Toowoomba Qld 4350

 

Dear Sir/Madam,

On the 19th of April 2002 I, Lindsay B McNaught, examined the horse presented to me as “Kid Courage” and branded crown VF dot over 22 over 5 on the near shoulder.

The horse was not in work upon the last examination, has not been in work and was not in work at the time of this examination. A full clinical examination did not reveal any abnormalities as a horse that is being spelled is unlikely to show signs of soreness or problems.

On the previous blood test there was a slightly higher urea level which has now returned to within the normal range and there was an elevated globulin level which has also returned to within the normal range on this blood test collected on the 18th of April 2002. The red blood cell level was within the normal range for a spelling horse but would be considered a little low for a horse that was in full race training. There was no indication of infection in the white blood cells. The horse appeared to have put on weight since the last examination.

 

Lindsay B. McNaught B.V.Sc.

 

[Blood Test Results Following a Full Cycle of QEnergySpa, BEFE Sessions]


IDEXX-VPS BRISBANE

VET: DR MCNAUGHT OWNER: Q TECH LAB No: B215798*
B335: EASTWOOD HOUSE VETERINARY ANIMAL ID: KID COURAGE SUBMITTED: 17/04/2002
CASE ID: EQU TB FINAL: 18/04/2002

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Biochemistry Reference Range Haematology Reference Range
GLUCOSE mmol/L 3.5-7.1 RBC x1012/L 7.8* 8.0-10.8
UREA mmol/L 5.3 3.3-5.8 Hb g/L 128 120-160
CREAT mmol/L 0.11 0.13-0.22 PVC L/L 0.35* 0.34-0.48
PROTEIN g/L 61 57-72 MCV fl 46* 42.5-45.5
ALBUMIUM g/L 35 34-44 MCH pg/L 16.4 14.0-17.0
GLOBULIN g/L 26 18-28 MCHC L/L 360 330-360
A-G RATIO 1.3 0.6-1.8 WCC x109/L 8.3 6.0-10.0
T-BILI umol/L 29.1 20-50 %nRBC 0 0
C-BILI umol/L 2-10
GLGH U/L <20 Differential
ALK PHOS U/L 120 90-280 % x109/L
AST U/L 289 150-250 BANDS 0 0.0 0.0-0.2
ALT U/L NEUTS 65 5.4 2.8-8.0
Gamma GT U/L 11 20-60 LUMPH 28 2.3 1.1-5.5
B-OH BUT mmol/L 0-0.6 MONOS 5 0.4 0.0-0.5
CK U/L 183 60-160 EOSIN 2 0.2 0-1.0
CHOLEST mmol/L 2.0 1.8-3.3 BASO 0 0.0 0-0.2
MAGNESIUM mmol/L 0.6 0.6-1.1 OTHER 0 0.0 0
CALCIUM mmol/L 2.9 2.7-3.5 PLASMA PROT g/L
PHOSPHATE mmol/L 1.2 0.7-1.7 FIBRINOGEN g/L 2
Ca-P Ratio 2.4 2.0-4.0 RETICS x109/l
SODIUM mmol/L 141 135-143 PLATELETS Adequate
POTASSIUM mmol/L 3.1 3.0-4.0 PLASMA
CHLORIDE mmol/L 99 97-105
BICARB mmol/L 30.4 26-34
ANION GAP mmol/L 14.7 8-20
LIPASE U/L
AMYLASE U/L
BILE ACIDS umol/L 0-20
Na/K Ratio 45.5* >27

 

Review by: MJC

 

[Hair Follicle Test Results]


Ballina Natural Therapies Centre

138 Tamer Street, Ballina NSW 2478

Phone 02 6686 xxxx Fax 02 6681 xxxx

PO Box 161 Ballina 2478

23.03.02 [Before Sessions]

Hair test summary for Oakey – Kid Courage.

Lungs – debris/blood more than 2 years.

Liver dysfunction more than 3 years.

Gastro-intestinal tract dysfunction more than 3 years.

Nutrition imbalance and incompatibility.

Calcifications/degenerative changes off knee, off for fetlock, nr hock and suggest get sub tarsal check ligament nr hock checked – intermittent pain in these areas.

Circulation poor over 2 years.

Physical energy 5 mental energy 3 gloomy, over concerned about self, self doubt, lack of confidence, inability to move things through physical or emotional.

 

30.04.02 [After Sessions]

Hair reassessed after completion of trial.

Lungs debris/blood – over 2 years.

Liver Dysfunction – definite improvement noted.

Gastro-intestinal tract normalised.

Above skeletal problems same.

Circulation still impeded though good improvement noted.

Physical energy 7 Mental Energy 6.

Extremely happy wherever he is at present and has certainly left behind the gloomy aspect.

 

Angela Davidson N.D. D.H. (HERBAL) A.M.A.T.M.S.

 


Ditto

 

[Background Information]


 

Ditto 3 year old colt

Stabled at Hursley Road Toowoomba 4350

Owned by Tanjio Pty Ltd – trained by mark Goodwin ph 4633 xxxx

History: Strong colt been feed well – has a larger muscle system in the fore quarter than the hind quarter.

Current: This is Ditto’s first preparation and he is going well. His work program is the same as Nanna’s.

Feeding: Twice daily: wheaten chaff, lucerne chaff, oats, high gain/track talk, tick bean, soya meal (full fat), Epson salts (table spoon), small piece of hay.

Weekly: Folic B12, B complex or Vam, Multi Vitamins.

Treatments: every second day for 14 days in charged water only.

 

Summary

The reports by Dr Lindsay McNaught (Eastwood House Veterinary Surgery) and Angela Davidson (Ballina Natural Therapies Centre) both showed marked improvement in all problem areas that had been previously identified, with the best results in circulation. The blood and hair readings give us a clear view as well as the clinical examination. Please note that all efforts were made to keep the environment, feeding and training patterns as stable as possible.

[Vet Examination of Ditto Prior to QEnergySpa, BEFE Sessions]


EASTWOOD HOUSE VETERINARY SURGERY

51 Margaret Street
Toowoomba, Q. 4350
Fax: (07) 4639 xxxx

Lindsay B. McNaught B.V. Sc.
Dr. Margarita Heine-McNaught Med. Vet.
Veterinary Surgeons & Physicians
11th March 2002

Q-Tech Laboratories
371 Taylor Street
Toowoomba Qld 4350

 

Dear Sir/Madam,

On the 8th march 2002 I, Lindsay B. McNaught, examined the horse presented to me as “Ditto” (Coloured Quest 98/Maldini) and branded on the near shoulder crown VF over 17 over 8.

Examination revealed that the horse had sharp teeth with cuts in its mouth and the teeth were in need of floating. The horse had a heart rate of 39 B.P.M at rest and normal lung and gut sounds. There was no palpable pain in the neck, withers or back but the horse was lacking muscle along the top line of the back and the hind quarters, as though he had not been using these muscles properly. The horse was shin sore in the near fore cannon and there were small splints on the medical aspect of both cannons which were not painful. The right testicle was back to front but was not causing any problems at the time of examination. The horse was in need of shoeing.

A full blood count revealed that the horse had an elevated AST and CK with the AST being 604 and the CK being 207 which is indicative of the horse having trouble with “tying up” which I believe would be effecting his performance. The bicarbonate level was a little bit low at 26.6, but still within the normal range. The red and white blood cell levels were normal with a reasonable ratio between the neutrophils and lymphocytes. No other abnormalities were found in the blood.

 

Lindsay B. McNaught B.V.Sc.

[Blood Test Results Prior to QEnergySpa, BEFE Sessions]


IDEXX-VPS BRISBANE

VET: DR MCNAUGHT OWNER: Q TECH LAB No: B209679*
B335: EASTWOOD HOUSE VETERINARY ANIMAL ID: DITTO SUBMITTED: 08/03/2002
CASE ID: EQU TB FINAL: 09/03/2002

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Biochemistry Reference Range Haematology Reference Range
GLUCOSE mmol/L 3.5-7.1 RBC x1012/L 8.8 8.0-10.8
UREA mmol/L 5.3 3.3-5.8 Hb g/L 144 120-160
CREAT mmol/L 0.12 0.13-0.22 PVC L/L 0.41 0.34-0.48
PROTEIN g/L 60 57-72 MCV fl 46* 42.5-45.5
ALBUMIUM g/L 37 34-44 MCH pg/L 16.5 14.0-17.0
GLOBULIN g/L 23 18-28 MCHC L/L 355 330-360
A-G RATIO 1.6 0.6-1.8 WCC x109/L 8.0 6.0-10.0
T-BILI umol/L 51.0 20-50 %nRBC 0 0
C-BILI umol/L 2-10
GLGH U/L <20 Differential
ALK PHOS U/L 231 90-280 % x109/L
AST U/L 604* 150-250 BANDS 0 0.0 0.0-0.2
ALT U/L NEUTS 51 4.1 2.8-8.0
Gamma GT U/L 34 20-60 LUMPH 42 3.4 1.1-5.5
B-OH BUT mmol/L 0-0.6 MONOS 6 0.5 0.0-0.5
CK U/L 207 60-160 EOSIN 1 0.1 0-1.0
CHOLEST mmol/L 2.6 1.8-3.3 BASO 0 0.0 0-0.2
MAGNESIUM mmol/L 0.7 0.6-1.1 OTHER 0 0.0 0
CALCIUM mmol/L 3.0 2.7-3.5 PLASMA PROT g/L
PHOSPHATE mmol/L 1.6 0.7-1.7 FIBRINOGEN g/L 2
Ca-P Ratio 1.9* 2.0-4.0 RETICS x109/l
SODIUM mmol/L 141 135-143 PLATELETS Adequate
POTASSIUM mmol/L 3.6 3.0-4.0 PLASMA
CHLORIDE mmol/L 102 97-105
BICARB mmol/L 26.6 26-34
ANION GAP mmol/L 16.0 8-20
LIPASE U/L
AMYLASE U/L
BILE ACIDS umol/L 0-20
Na/K Ratio 39.2* >27

 

Review by: RIM

[Vet Examination Following a Full Cycle of QEnergySpa, BEFE Sessions]


EASTWOOD HOUSE VETERINARY SURGERY

51 Margaret Street
Toowoomba, Q. 4350
Fax: (07) 4639 xxxx

Lindsay B. McNaught B.V. Sc.
Dr. Margarita Heine-McNaught Med. Vet.
Veterinary Surgeons & Physicians
19th April 2002

Q-Tech Laboratories
371 Taylor Street
Toowoomba Qld 4350

 

Dear Sir/Madam,

 

On the 18th of April 2002 I, Lindsay B. McNaught, re-examined the horse presented to me as “Ditto” and branded Crown VF dot over 17 over 8 on the near shoulder.

The horse had previously been examined on the 8th of March and since then the coat was significantly darker with a deep sheen to it. The horse had a heart rate of 38b.p.m at rest and normal lung and gut sounds. Examination of the musculo-skeletal system did not reveal any problems. At the previous examination the horse was lacking muscle along the top line of the back and hindquarters. At the time of this examination there was a significant increase in the amount of muscle in this region but there was still room for further improvement. The horse had previously been shin sore in the near fore cannon and at this examination there did not appear to be any pain at all in the near fore cannon and no other areas showed soreness.

A full blood count was preformed on the 18th of April 2002 and showed a continuation of the problem shown on the first blood test in which the AST was 750 which indicated that the horse is still having a continuous problem with tying up. The calcium level on this blood test was on the lower edge of normal resulting in the calcium/phosphorus ratio being too high. The potassium level was only 2.7 which is below optimum level for a good performance. The red blood cell and the white blood cell levels were within the normal range with a good ratio between the neutrophils and the lymphocytes. No other abnormalities were detected.

 

Lindsay B. McNaught B.V.Sc.

[Blood Test Results Following a Full Cycle of QEnergySpa, BEFE Sessions]


IDEXX-VPS BRISBANE

VET: DR MCNAUGHT OWNER: Q TECH LAB No: B215799*
B335: EASTWOOD HOUSE VETERINARY ANIMAL ID: DITTO SUBMITTED: 17/04/2002
CASE ID: EQU TB FINAL: 18/04/2002

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Biochemistry Reference Range Haematology Reference Range
GLUCOSE mmol/L 3.5-7.1 RBC x1012/L 8.3 8.0-10.8
UREA mmol/L 6.3 3.3-5.8 Hb g/L 135 120-160
CREAT mmol/L 0.12 0.13-0.22 PVC L/L 0.38 0.34-0.48
PROTEIN g/L 60 57-72 MCV fl 46* 42.5-45.5
ALBUMIUM g/L 37 34-44 MCH pg/L 16.3 14.0-17.0
GLOBULIN g/L 23 18-28 MCHC L/L 358 330-360
A-G RATIO 1.6 0.6-1.8 WCC x109/L 8.4 6.0-10.0
T-BILI umol/L 49.6 20-50 %nRBC 0 0
C-BILI umol/L 2-10
GLGH U/L <20 Differential
ALK PHOS U/L 172 90-280 % x109/L
AST U/L 750* 150-250 BANDS 0 0.0 0.0-0.2
ALT U/L NEUTS 61 5.1 2.8-8.0
Gamma GT U/L 21 20-60 LUMPH 33 2.8 1.1-5.5
B-OH BUT mmol/L 0-0.6 MONOS 5 0.4 0.0-0.5
CK U/L 148 60-160 EOSIN 1 0.1 0-1.0
CHOLEST mmol/L 2.6 1.8-3.3 BASO 0 0.0 0-0.2
MAGNESIUM mmol/L 0.6 0.6-1.1 OTHER 0 0.0 0
CALCIUM mmol/L 2.7 2.7-3.5 PLASMA PROT g/L
PHOSPHATE mmol/L 1.5 0.7-1.7 FIBRINOGEN g/L 2
Ca-P Ratio 1.8* 2.0-4.0 RETICS x109/l
SODIUM mmol/L 141 135-143 PLATELETS Adequate
POTASSIUM mmol/L 2.7 3.0-4.0 PLASMA
CHLORIDE mmol/L 99 97-105
BICARB mmol/L 30.9 26-34
ANION GAP mmol/L 13.8 8-20
LIPASE U/L
AMYLASE U/L
BILE ACIDS umol/L 0-20
Na/K Ratio 52.2 >27

 

Review by: MJC

[Hair Follicle Test Results]


Ballina Natural Therapies Centre

138 Tamer Street, Ballina NSW 2478

Phone 02 6686 xxxx Fax 02 6681 xxxx

PO Box 161 Ballina 2478

 

23.03.02 [Before Sessions]

Hair test summary for Ditto.

Lungs – debris, infection over 6 weeks

Bronchials inflamed

Immune compromised over 6 weeks

Physical energy 5 Mental Energy 3

Condition good, environment good, gloomy, worried, self doubt, lack of confidence & a definite streak of rigidity.

 

30.04.02 [After Sessions]

Hair reassess after completion of trial

Lungs – debris over 2 months

Bronchials

Immune

Physical energy 5 mental energy 5

Happy with owner/trainers environment. Still doubts self, lacks confidence & is concerned about self but has left behind the gloomy aspect & also the ridged streak.

 

Angela Davidson N.D. D.H. (HERBAL) A.M.A.T.M.S.


Magnetic Mayor (George)

[Background Information]


 

Magnetic Mayor (George) 4 year old gelding

Stabled at Hursley Road Toowoomba 4350

Owned and trained – Mark Goodwin Ph 07 4633 xxxx

History: won maiden first preparation. Always suffered with corns in hooves.

Current: two (2) to three (3) weeks off racing. Track work: Trot 600m work 1600 to 2000m – work varies from day to day – 1000m gallop etc.

Feeding: twice daily: wheaten chaff, lucerne chaff, oats, high gain/track talk, tick bean, soya meal (full fat), Epson salt (table spoon), small piece of hay.

Weekly: Folic B12, B complex or Vam, Multi Vitamins.

Treatments: every second day for 14 treatments with array active

 

Summary

The reports by Dr Lindsay McNaught (Eastwood House Veterinary Surgery) and Angela Davidson (Ballina Natural Therapies Centre) both showed marked improvement in all problem areas that had been previously identified, with the best results I the hooves. The blood and hair readings give us a clear view as well as the clinical examinations. Please note that all efforts were made to keep the environment, feedings and training patterns as stable as possible.

[Vet Examination of Kid Courage Prior to QEnergySpa, BEFE Sessions]


EASTWOOD HOUSE VETERINARY SURGERY

51 Margaret Street
Toowoomba, Q. 4350
Fax: (07) 4639 xxxx

Lindsay B. McNaught B.V. Sc.
Dr. Margarita Heine-McNaught Med. Vet.3
Veterinary Surgeons & Physicians
11th March 2002

Q-Tech Laboratories
371 Taylor Street
Toowoomba Qld 4350

 

Dear Sir/Madam,
On the 8th of March 2002 I, Lindsay B. McNaught, examined the horse presented to me as Magnetic Mayor branded L bar inverted V on the near shoulder and 13 over 7 on the off shoulder.

The horse showed no problems in the mouth and eyes. The horse had a resting heart rate of 35 B.P.M., normal lung and gut sounds. The horse had soreness in the right side of the neck and lower neck on both sides, in the wither, both sacroiliac’s and sciatic nerves. The horse was sore in the heels of both front feet, worse on the off fore medial heel due to bruising from the trauma of concussion on the ground during racing and work. It is quite possible that this is the underlying problem resulting in the horse adjusting and so putting itself “out” in the neck, back and sacroiliac region. I do believe that these problems would have a significant effect on the ability of the horse to race to its full potential.

A full blood count revealed that the bilirubin was slightly elevated which is indicative of the fact that the liver is not clearing the break down of red blood cells as efficiently as it could and some antioxidants would be indicated to assist in this process. The AST is at a level of 363 which I do not believe is high enough to be effecting the horses performance. The electrolytes and minerals tested were all within the normal range. The red blood cell level and the red blood cell/white blood cell ratio was good for a racing horse, with a good neutrophil/lymphocyte ratio amongst the white blood cells. This is quite a good blood count for a race horse except for the slightly elevated bilirubin.

Lindsay B. McNaught B.V.Sc.

[Blood Test Results Prior to QEnergySpa, BEFE Sessions]


IDEXX-VPS BRISBANE

VET: DR MCNAUGHT OWNER: Q TECH LAB No: B215798*
B335: EASTWOOD HOUSE VETERINARY ANIMAL ID: Magnetic Mayor SUBMITTED: 17/04/2002
CASE ID: EQU TB FINAL: 18/04/2002

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Biochemistry Reference Range Haematology Reference Range
GLUCOSE mmol/L 3.5-7.1 RBC x1012/L 9.8 8.0-10.8
UREA mmol/L 5.2 3.3-5.8 Hb g/L 143 120-160
CREAT mmol/L 0.14 0.13-0.22 PVC L/L 0.40 0.34-0.48
PROTEIN g/L 60 57-72 MCV fl 41* 42.5-45.5
ALBUMIUM g/L 40 34-44 MCH pg/L 14.6 14.0-17.0
GLOBULIN g/L 20 18-28 MCHC L/L 360 330-360
A-G RATIO 2.0 0.6-1.8 WCC x109/L 6.6 6.0-10.0
T-BILI umol/L 72.8 20-50 %nRBC 0 0
C-BILI umol/L 2-10
GLGH U/L <20 Differential
ALK PHOS U/L 159 90-280 % x109/L
AST U/L 363* 150-250 BANDS 0 0.0 0.0-0.2
ALT U/L NEUTS 53 3.5 2.8-8.0
Gamma GT U/L 41 20-60 LUMPH 44 2.9 1.1-5.5
B-OH BUT mmol/L 0-0.6 MONOS 2 0.1 0.0-0.5
CK U/L 159 60-160 EOSIN 1 0.1 0-1.0
CHOLEST mmol/L 1.8-3.3 BASO 0 0.0 0-0.2
MAGNESIUM mmol/L 2.6 0.6-1.1 OTHER 0 0.0 0
CALCIUM mmol/L 0.7 2.7-3.5 PLASMA PROT g/L
PHOSPHATE mmol/L 3.1 0.7-1.7 FIBRINOGEN g/L 3
Ca-P Ratio 1.4 2.0-4.0 RETICS x109/l
SODIUM mmol/L 2.2 135-143 PLATELETS Adequate
POTASSIUM mmol/L 141 3.0-4.0 PLASMA
CHLORIDE mmol/L 4.0 97-105
BICARB mmol/L 100 26-34
ANION GAP mmol/L 30.2 8-20
LIPASE U/L 14.8
AMYLASE U/L
BILE ACIDS umol/L 0-20
Na/K Ratio 35.3 >27

 

Review by: RIM

[Vet Examination Following QEnergySpa, BEFE Sessions]


EASTWOOD HOUSE VETERINARY SURGERY

51 Margaret Street
Toowoomba, Q. 4350
Fax: (07) 4639 xxxx

Lindsay B. McNaught B.V. Sc.
Dr. Margarita Heine-McNaught Med. Vet.
Veterinary Surgeons & Physicians
Late April 2002

Q-Tech Laboratories
371 Taylor Street
Toowoomba Qld 4350

 

Dear Sir/Madam,

On the 18th of April 2002 I, Lindsay B. McNaught, examined the horse presented to me as “Magnetic Mayor” branded L bar inverted V on the near shoulder and 3 over 7 on the off shoulder.

The horse had been previously examined on the 18th of March 2002 and at that stage had significant problems in the neck, wither, sacro-iliac and sciatic nerves. On this examination the horse was relaxed in the muscles with no tension in the neck, wither and only very slight reaction in the sacro-iliac region with no pain in the sciatic nerves at all. At the time of the previous examination the horse had severe bruising in the heels of both front feet and upon this examination the hoof testers only revealed a very slight reaction in the inside heels of both front feet. The amount of pain elicited would not effect the horses ability in racing and the amount of pain in the foot has decreased since last examination. The horses coat is very shiny and sleek and has become darker in colour which is usually an indication of well being. The rest of the clinical examination did not reveal any problems with the horse. A resting heart rate was taken and found to be 41 b.p.m.

A full blood count revealed that the kidney and live functions were within the normal range. The AST level in this blood test was slightly elevated at a level of 632 and the CK level was 254, both of which are elevated indicating that there may be some muscle problems associated with a slight tying up problem. The mineral and electrolyte levels were normal and the bi-carbonate level had increased slightly from 27.7 to 28.6 which is within the normal range. The red blood cells were at 9.9 which are at a good level for racing and a white cell count of 7.7 which is within the normal range for racing horses with a good differential between neutraphils and lymphocytes. This is a good blood count apart from the fact that there is slight muscle damage associated with tying up.

Lindsay B. McNaught B.V.Sc.

[Blood Test Results Following a Full Cycle of QEnergySpa, BEFE Sessions]

IDEXX-VPS BRISBANE

VET: DR MCNAUGHT OWNER: Q TECH LAB No: B215798*
B335: EASTWOOD HOUSE VETERINARY ANIMAL ID: Magnetic Mayor SUBMITTED: 17/04/2002
CASE ID: EQU TB FINAL: 18/04/2002

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Biochemistry Reference Range Haematology Reference Range
GLUCOSE mmol/L 3.5-7.1 RBC x1012/L 9.9 8.0-10.8
UREA mmol/L 4.6 3.3-5.8 Hb g/L 145 120-160
CREAT mmol/L 0.13 0.13-0.22 PVC L/L 0.41 0.34-0.48
PROTEIN g/L 61 57-72 MCV fl 41 42.5-45.5
ALBUMIUM g/L 39 34-44 MCH pg/L 14.7 14.0-17.0
GLOBULIN g/L 22 18-28 MCHC L/L 358 330-360
A-G RATIO 1.8 0.6-1.8 WCC x109/L 7.7 6.0-10.0
T-BILI umol/L 59.7 20-50 %nRBC 0 0
C-BILI umol/L 2-10
GLGH U/L <20 Differential
ALK PHOS U/L 158 90-280 % x109/L
AST U/L 632* 150-250 BANDS 0 0.0 0.0-0.2
ALT U/L NEUTS 55 4.2 2.8-8.0
Gamma GT U/L 33 20-60 LUMPH 40 3.1 1.1-5.5
B-OH BUT mmol/L 0-0.6 MONOS 4 0.3 0.0-0.5
CK U/L 254* 60-160 EOSIN 1 0.1 0-1.0
CHOLEST mmol/L 2.7 1.8-3.3 BASO 0 0.0 0-0.2
MAGNESIUM mmol/L 0.8 0.6-1.1 OTHER 0 0.0 0
CALCIUM mmol/L 3.2 2.7-3.5 PLASMA PROT g/L
PHOSPHATE mmol/L 1.1 0.7-1.7 FIBRINOGEN g/L 1
Ca-P Ratio 2.9 2.0-4.0 RETICS x109/l
SODIUM mmol/L 139 135-143 PLATELETS Adequate
POTASSIUM mmol/L 4.1 3.0-4.0 PLASMA
CHLORIDE mmol/L 100 97-105
BICARB mmol/L 28.6 26-34
ANION GAP mmol/L 14.5 8-20
LIPASE U/L
AMYLASE U/L
BILE ACIDS umol/L 0-20
Na/K Ratio 33.9* >27

 

Review by: MJC

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23.03.02 [Before Sessions]

Liver dysfunction over 4 months.

Gastro-intestinal tract dysfunction over 4 months.

Some foot problems which are being addressed.

[Physical and mental energy rated 0 (dead) – 10 (Brilliant-couldn’t be better)]

Georges’ physical energy 4. Mental 2. Very depressed, gloomy, worried about self, self doubt, lack confidence-though likes to be in control.

30.04.02 [After Sessions]

Liver dysfunction though improvement noted.

Gastro intestinal tract dysfunction.

Feet very much improved.

Physical energy 7. Mental 6. – Very nice improvement.

George still concerned about himself and carries some self doubt and lacks confidence but all heavy negative aspects have lifted.

Angela Davidson N.D. D.H. (HERBAL) A.M.A.T.M.S.

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