Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Mediterraneo Happy Hour

During the happy hour, bars normally offer drinks at reduced price. Recently though, Great food chains and top of the class restaurant are also adjusting to the happy hour notion. Mediterraneo restaurant is one of them. It is acclaimed to be one of the highly rated restaurant to offer Happy Hour. It will give you a chance to relish some of their specials in the house drinks and food at 50% off.One will get to experience European kind of dining with a bit of Californian inspiration in Westlake Village. Happy hour in Westlake Village at the Mediterraneo begins from 4 pm to 7 pm from Mondays to Fridays.The Menu for happy hour comprise of dishes like fried calamari drizzled with arrabiata sauce. Visitors can also enjoy their meshed chicken with garden-fresh and crunchy romaine hearts, crispy croutons, and juicy meshed chicken, parmesan and parmagiano shavings. Relish also margherita, which is a mixture of mozzarella, pomodoro, and basil that are fresh. You can also enjoy a spicy lamb spieldini, and arancini too. Mediterraneo also has a variety of drinks and cocktails, such as chardonnay or red blend stonehaus wines, karma Tequila margaritas and the refreshing Zonin Prosecco wine and much more.

Bucked Shins

Bucked Shins

Bucked Shins in horses, also known as dorsal metacarpal sickness is a form of disease with young horses. Bucked shin happens when there is tearing of periosteum tissue which connects muscles to the cannon bone. The problem is common in young horses that take part in high speed races and trainings due to the fact that their bones are less developed and less dense unlike the mature horses. Therefore the bones are not strong enough to withstand the pressure during high speed performance.

Young thoroughbreds often experience this bucked shin disease mostly in the forelimbs and the injury can be bilateral and normally happens sequentially affecting the left leg first. SynNutra Equine strongly advises racehorse owners to closely monitor their horses and have understanding of proper nutrition that will ensure good development of bones. Diagnosis is basically by medical examination and history. Radiography helps in determining the level of periosteal reaction and whether there is stress fracture in the dorsal cortex. Taking rest from performance and altering the training schedules, according to SynNutra Equine, is important to have the inflammation heal.