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Lung bleeding in horses, also called Exercise-Induced Pulmonary Hemorrhage (EIPH), is a silent injury that riders and trainers may not notice because it occurs deep in the lungs.

Exercise-Induced Pulmonary Hemorrhage is common in horses, and it occurs as a result of alveolar-capillary stress failure. This means that when horse exercises frequently, the pressure across the pulmonary capillary walls increases generated by both high blood pressure within the pulmonary capillaries.

EIPH is a big problem for both horses and horse owners. That is because, nosebleed reduces a horse's performance. In fact, research shows that about half of horses with blood in both nostrils finish last. Your horse may not be able to compete in sports for some time or for life if officials see your horse bleeding from one or both nostrils during and after a race.

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