A new term is now being used in reference to inflammatory airway disease in horses: “equine asthma.” A panel of experts, writing in the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, updated the terminology from 2007, stating that horses with the more severe … Continue reading →
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Gamblers know there's a time and place to hedge your bets, and that's what Gulfstream Park and the Stronach Group appear to be doing in Tallahassee, Fla., as lawmakers consider legislation that could have significant impact on the horse industry … Continue reading →
Officials with the New Mexico Livestock Board confirmed Wednesday afternoon that the EHV-1 outbreak at Sunland Park appears to have spread to Frontera Training Center. Two horses were confirmed positive on Tuesday and an additional horse was confirmed on Wednesday. Tuesday's … Continue reading →
The flashy Gypsy Vanner mare foaled when no one was watching, but all seemed well, the colt still wet when the barn crew arrived just after dawn. Soon he was up and nursing. Everyone was relieved that morning at the … Continue reading →
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When it comes to companion animal nutrition, the Purina brand is one of the strongest. Owned by Nestle and based in St. Louis, Mo., Purina is an $11.2 billion corporation with popular canine and feline products like Friskies, Beneful and … Continue reading →
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As outrider John Garges helped slow down American Pharoah following the colt's eight-length romp in the Arkansas Derby last year, the outrider asked jockey Victor Espinoza: “Well, do you think he could go a little farther?” “I hope so,” said … Continue reading →
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Halling, superb dual winner of both the Eclipse and the Juddmonte International, was euthanized at Dalham Hall Stud Feb. 2 due to the infirmities of old age. He was 25. The son of Diesis, trained initially by John Gosden, did not … Continue reading →
Craig Lytel, the former official at Penn National Race Track who pled guilty last year to wire fraud in connection with race-rigging, has asked a federal judge for probation instead of a prison sentence. In a court filing, Lytel's attorney Frank … Continue reading →
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Equine sarcoids, benign skin tumors that can be extremely frustrating to deal with, have plagued horse owners for years, but defied explanation. A recent Italian study into equine sarcoids suggests that the tumors begin with abnormal tissue changes during the … Continue reading →
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Although challenges lie ahead, Steve Beshear feels very optimistic about the horse industry in the state. The Blood-Horse reports that the former Kentucky governor, was one of the scheduled speakers Tuesday at the Consignors and Commercial Breeders symposium which was held at Keeneland. … Continue reading →
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