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A good wipe-down with sanitizing agent might work well on wood, concrete, and plastic, but nylon equipment is harder to properly disinfect, researchers found.
The post Pay Close Attention to Nylon Halters, Leads During Post-Strangles Cleaning appeared first on The Horse.
The affected horse, a 4-year-old filly, developed a fever on Feb. 12 and subsequently began exhibiting neurologic signs of disease.
The post Barn 10 at Belmont Park Placed Under EHM Quarantine appeared first on The Horse.
Equine organizations across the country are encouraged to register for chance to win $110,000 in prizes.
The post ASPCA’s 2018 Help a Horse Day Contest Aims to Find Homes for Horses appeared first on The Horse.
Jose S. Nunez, Ricardo Murillo, and Mario Serey Jr. were denied privileges for 10, five, and two years, respectively.
The post Jockey Club Denies Stud Book Privileges to Three for Drug Violations appeared first on The Horse.
When will your mare foal? Learn the signs of impending foaling and what prognostic tools can help.
An automated feeder that provides grain in multiple small meals throughout the day might help reduce the prevalence of gastric ulcers in horses in training.
The post Feeding Frequency Affects Gastric Ulceration in Exercised Young Horses appeared first on The Horse.
Learn how to modify an overzealous carrot stretcher's behavior.
Meanwhile, no new fevers or EHV cases have been detected in the quarantined barn at Turfway Park, in Northern Kentucky.
The post Kentucky EHV Update: Cases Confirmed at The Thoroughbred Center appeared first on The Horse.
The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) hopes to gain a better understanding of Thoroughbred aftercare in that country.