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The Wild Horses of Australia and New Zealand
Many people have embraced the idea that natural is good for horses&mdash;natural horsemanship, natural hoof care, and natural boarding have led the way. The greatest advances have come from insights gained through observations of free roaming wild hor...
September 21, 2009
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Colic: Diet Can Reduce Enterolith Risk, Review Finds
Colic: Diet Can Reduce Enterolith Risk, Review Findsby: Marie RosenthalSeptember 14 2009, Article # 14907Courtesy of The Horse.comAn enterolith after surgical removal at Washington State University. This particular one weighed 3.6 kg and measured 20 cm a...
September 15, 2009
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Mizzou and St Louis Zoo Lameness Research
University of Missouri, Stephens College and the Saint Louis Zoo have teamed up to research a common health problem among horses.The study examines new technologies in diagnostics, prevention and treatment of lameness in horses."The major goals of th...
September 14, 2009
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Fairmont Track and Local Thoroughbred Owners
Friday, October 18, 1996Fairmount draws Stiritz, other execs who race horsesBut horses may not be enough to keep racetrack afloatSt. Louis Business Journal - by Josh GotthelfDressed in khakis and a safari hat and wielding a pair of binoculars, William Sti...
September 14, 2009
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National Animal Identification System (NAIS)
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August 21, 2009
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