HERDA: Preventing The Heartbreak

Part 3: Robin Davison "did everything right" when she bought her registered Paint mare Quality Sensation (aka Penelope), including hiring a knowledgeable trainer as her guide and agent and scheduling a prepurchase exam. Penelope's HERDA was undiagnosed then, but Davison says in hindsight there were signs that the mare had the skin disease, which can be so severe that euthanasia is required in

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