Restoring a neglected horse's health can be rewarding, but also complicated, time-consuming, and sometimes unsuccessful.
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Owning horses sometimes requires making tough choices, especially as they get older.
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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. I live in Florida, and I am researching private equine rescue facilities. I am interested in starting one in my area. I see a great need for it! Any info that you could send my way would be appreciated.
In light of managing her off-track Thoroughbred's recent fracture, Stephanie reflects on injuries sustained during vs. after racing.