Vet Check

A veterinary examination, usually conducted during the process of buying a horse. The purpose of it is to ascertain if the horse has any pre-existing health conditions which may affect its ability to perform the activity it is intended for.

A clinical veterinary check refers to the full-body examination of the horse as well as the basic tests performed by the vet to detect any signs of lameness or health issues.

Depending on the horse and the purpose of the buyer, x-rays, as well as, complementary tests can be performed during the vet check.