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Dr. Patricia Sertich to Discuss Gender: A Factor in Your Mare’s Performance

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Dr. Patricia Sertich to Discuss Gender: A Factor in Your Mare’s Performance

Dr. Sertich will explain why it is important to understand the normal anatomy, physiology, and behavior of the mare to make sound decisions about housing and management – key factors in balancing the mare’s needs.

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Perfect Products Announces ProtEQtor Immune Support Formula For Your Competitive Equine

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Perfect Products Announces ProtEQtor Immune Support Formula For Your Competitive Equine

ProtEQtor is a cutting edge formula that provides optimum immune support for performance horses while shipping and showing.

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Important Changes to Both USEF and FEI Drugs and Medications Rules Will Affect 2014 Competition Year

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Important Changes to Both USEF and FEI Drugs and Medications Rules Will Affect 2014 Competition Year

A new category of rules referred to as Prohibited Practices has been introduced to the USEF Rule Book which will take effect December 1, 2013. The first rule to be adopted in this category is commonly referred to as the “12 Hour Rule.”

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$32 Million State-of-the-Art Animal Care Facility Planned at JFK Airport

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$32 Million State-of-the-Art Animal Care Facility Planned at JFK Airport

By early 2015, horses and other animals will enjoy a new $32 million state-of-the-art facility at New York’s John F. Kennedy (JFK) International Airport.

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A Chance to Bid On a Month’s Training With World’s Top Trainers Like Shawn Flarida and Tim McQuay

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A Chance to Bid On a Month’s Training With World’s Top Trainers Like Shawn Flarida and Tim McQuay

This exemplary group of world-class trainers have donated their time for the cause of sending Team USA to the World Equestrian Games, set for Normandy, France August 23 – September 7.

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Tips For Keeping Pets Safe During the Holiday Season

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Tips For Keeping Pets Safe During the Holiday Season

Keep holiday plants out of reach. Some plants (especially holly, mistletoe, and lilies) can be hazardous if your pet swallows them, and pine cones or needles can cause intestinal damage.

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Tips For Keeping Winter Mud Out of Your Turnout Pens

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Tips For Keeping Winter Mud Out of Your Turnout Pens

“We just got three inches of rain in 24 hours. You would think my pens would be mud pits, but they’re not. I attribute this to being diligent about picking up manure daily and raking up any uneaten hay,” Cerny says.

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UC Davis Acquires New Linear Accelerator to Treat Veterinary Cancer Patients

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UC Davis Acquires New Linear Accelerator to Treat Veterinary Cancer Patients

In a promising development for cancer patients, the University of California, Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital has acquired a TrueBeam linear accelerator, an innovative system that enables expanded options to treat cancer with image-guided radiotherapy.

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From Wheelchair, to Walker, to Cane, to ApHC Novice Showmanship Reserve World Champion

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From Wheelchair, to Walker, to Cane, to ApHC Novice Showmanship Reserve World Champion

“I spent a year in physical therapy re-learning to walk, and it was excruciating,” Hood says. “The only thing that got me through was that I wanted to ride again.

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Equine Influenza: Are We Protecting Our Horses Effectively?

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Equine Influenza: Are We Protecting Our Horses Effectively?

The protection afforded by equine flu vaccinations is not as straightforward as we might think, suggests a special focus on Equine Influenza (EIV) published this month in the Equine Veterinary Journal (EVJ).

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