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New Strategy for Treating Septic Joint Infection in Foals

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New Strategy for Treating Septic Joint Infection in Foals

Research is currently underway to assess a novel therapeutic process for treating multidrug-resistant bacterial joint infections (septic arthritis) in foals.  This research is being done in partnership with Colorado State University, Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph, and Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Kentucky.

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Lending A Hoof

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Lending A Hoof

Seventeen-year-old twins Adriana and Natalie Totten of Chester, New Jersey, have been raised with a keen sense of family, a love of animals and the importance of service to others. Their mother, Dr. Daria Klachko, is an obstetrician/gynecologist and their father, Dr. James Totten, is a foot and ankle specialist and surgeon. 

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Angie and Charles Cannizzaro of CAC Show Horses

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Angie and Charles Cannizzaro of CAC Show Horses

Angie and Charles Cannizarro are a team. They each have their strengths and individual talents, and together they have built one of the leading futurity-focused businesses in the western pleasure industry.

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Kristen Galyean

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Kristen Galyean

Western cowgirls are a special breed. They are tough, strong and kind. They can pilot a 1200-pound animal around the show pen without a hair out of place, patiently coax a timid filly into a trailer, and sling a ton of hay into a loft, all while planning dinner or helping their kids with homework.

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From the Publisher – A World Show Story

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From the Publisher – A World Show Story

Twas the night before World Show and all through the stalls, Every horse was made ready, prepared one and all.

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On The Cover – Madison Nirenstein

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On The Cover – Madison Nirenstein

Madison Nirenstein distinctly remembers watching the AQHA World Championship Show as a child, since spectating at the show was an aspiration she had unwaveringly set for herself. Once she watched, she was hooked, and her goals quickly transformed into competing there one day.

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RL Best of Sudden – The AQHA & NSBA All Time Leading Sire

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RL Best of Sudden – The AQHA & NSBA All Time Leading Sire

An outstanding stallion passes along beauty, quality of movement, athletic talent, and intelligence; and the perfect one additionally boasts a remarkable sire record. The ability of RL Best of Sudden to possess all these attributes and beyond has become legendary, so it comes as no surprise that he was recently named the AQHA and NSBA All Time leading sire, passing up Invitation Only to top the list.

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Top Ten Things Judges Hate in Horsemanship

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Top Ten Things Judges Hate in Horsemanship

With the help of three judges, we have compiled a list of the 10 things judges would rather not see in the Horsemanship pen. Together, these judges have over 60 years of combined experience and provide their suggestions for how to best address these common errors. 

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Sun Circuit Beats Record Entries Again

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Sun Circuit Beats Record Entries Again

In every one of the Scottsdale Arizona Sun Circuit’s 11 arenas, it was evident that there were more horses, more exhibitors, and more family and friends. The final numbers showed 2,500 stalls reserved, which was 300 more than last year’s record-breaking event. 

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Stem Cell Therapy for Osteoarthritis

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Stem Cell Therapy for Osteoarthritis

Stem cell therapy has been utilized in horses to help heal tendon, ligament, and joint injuries for more than 20 years.  Mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) are isolated from fetuses, foals or adult horses, and are not the same as embryonic stem cells from embryos. MSC stem cells can be isolated from almost any tissue but are most commonly from bone marrow, fat tissue or the umbilical cord of newborn foals.

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