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Selle Francais Stallion Stolen in Georgia

October 08, 2006

NetPosse.com has reported the theft of a 17.3-hand Selle Francais stallion in Cherokee County, Ga. Stolen Horse International (SHI) has asked the public for assistance in the recovery of this accomplished horse.

Venus Du Vey was stolen from... Read More

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Clone of Show Jumping Gelding Born

September 01, 2006

Researchers announced the June 2 birth of a clone of the Warmblood show jumping champion E.T. The colt, named E.T.Cryozootech-Stallion, was produced to further the 20-year-old gelding's line.

According to release from Cryozootech, a French... Read More

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Cloned Mules Race Into History

August 01, 2006

Cloned mules Idaho Gem and Idaho Star made their racing debuts on June 3 and 4 in Winnemucca, Nev., each winning a qualifying heat before placing third and sixth, respectively, in the final 350-yard dash. This was the first time clones competed in... Read More

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Clone of Champion Show Jumper Born

July 13, 2006

Researchers announced yesterday (July 12) the birth of a clone of the Warmblood show jumping champion E.T. The colt, named E.T.Cryozootech-Stallion, was produced to give breeders the opportunity to further the 20-year-old gelding's line. The col... Read More

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Cloned Mule Idaho Gem Wins in California Racing Debut

June 24, 2006

The racing mule Idaho Gem, the world's first equine clone, made a favorable impression in his initial start on the Read More

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Mule Clones Win First Heat; Lose in Finals

June 05, 2006

The world's first cloned mule, Idaho Gem, and his cloned brother, Idaho Star, won their qualifying heats in races on Saturday. The next day, they ran third and seventh, respectively. The races, which were held in Winnemucca, Nev., were the first... Read More

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HSUS Makes Statement on Cloning

June 01, 2006

On March 30, the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) reacted to the announcement of two successful commercial cloning ventures and additional clones that were expected to be born this spring. (See Read More

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Cloned Mules to Square Off in California

May 26, 2006

Idaho Gem, the world's first cloned equine, is about to make his racing debut along with his duplicate copy--Idaho Star, another clone created from the same genetic material.

Born in 2003, the identical 3-year-old "miracle... Read More

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Mule Clones Will Race in June

May 12, 2006

It will be nature vs. nurture when the University of Idaho's two mule clones Idaho Gem and Idaho Star take to the racetrack at Winnemucca, Nev., June 3 and 4 for the first leg of mule racing's triple crown. Sponsors believe the mules will become... Read More

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Cloning Success Rates Increase for Horses

May 03, 2006

Three years after the birth of the first cloned mule and horse, scientists are reporting improvements in the number of viable cloned equine embryos that are carried to term. A Texas A&M University (TAMU) researcher says that five clones of... Read More

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First Commercially Cloned Mares Born

May 01, 2006

On March 30, scientists announced the birth of the first commercially cloned mare created from the cells of champion cutting horse Royal Blue Boon. The filly, Royal Blue Boon Too, was carried to term by a recipient mare and born on Feb. 19 at... Read More

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Breed the Best to the Best

April 11, 2006

Genomics is a buzz word, even among scientists. The term genomics includes the entire complement of chromosomes, genes, and DNA sequences that make up humans and animals. Technological advances during the last 15 years have led to the entire... Read More

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Second Commercial Clone of a Mare is Thriving

April 05, 2006

ViaGen and Encore Genetics announced last week the arrival of a second commercially cloned mare. The filly, a genetic copy of famed cutting horse Tap O Lena, was born at Royal Vista Southwest Farms in Purcell, Okla., on March 9.

The... Read More

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HSUS Makes Public Statement on Commercial Equine Cloning

April 05, 2006

On March 30, the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) reacted to the announcement of two successful commercial cloning ventures and additional cloned foals that are expected to be born this spring. "The Humane Society of the United States... Read More

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First Commercially Cloned Mare Born

March 30, 2006

Scientists and veterinarians today (March 30) announced the birth of the first commercially cloned mare, created from the cells of champion cutting horse Royal Blue Boon. The filly, Royal Blue Boon Too, was carried to term by a recipient mare an... Read More

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Company Offers Commercial Cloning

October 01, 2005

A San Francisco, Calif., company announced in late July its intention to clone one individual's horse for profit, at a cost of $367,593 for implanting clone embryos into 100 mares plus additional patent royalties based on the number of clones... Read More

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Company Offers Cloning to Customers

August 08, 2005

A San Francisco, Calif., company has announced its intention to clone one individual's horse in short order for commercial profit, to the tune of $367,593 plus additional patent royalties based on the number of clones that are produced and... Read More

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Old Horses, Old Problems

June 01, 2005

It is amazing how many horse owners have one or more horses over the age of 15. My daughter's old Arab mare is 22 this year. She's slowed down (somewhat), has a bit more trouble getting up and down, and has a little more sway to her topline, but... Read More

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Champion Horse Cloned

June 01, 2005

Italian researchers announced on April 14 that the first clone of a sterile horse is healthy and thriving. The Arabian colt, a genetic copy of U.S. endurance rider Valerie Kanavy's two-time World Champion horse Pieraz, proves that researchers ca... Read More

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American Horse Cloning Project Successful

June 01, 2005

America's first cloned horse turned six weeks old on April 27, according to Texas A&M University (TAMU) researchers who partnered on the successful cloning venture with French scientist Dr. Eric Palmer of Cryozootech. The colt, named "Paris... Read More

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Mule Clones Head for the Races

May 05, 2005

University of Idaho mule clones Idaho Gem and Idaho Star are headed for the races.

But first the pair must complete nearly a year of training before they actually reach a racetrack in 2006. That's when the two clones will begin to prove... Read More

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Clone Characteristics

May 03, 2005

Prometea, the world's first horse clone, turns two years old this month. Italian researcher Cesare Galli, DVM, of the Laboratorio di Tecnologie della Riproduzione-Consorzio per l'Incremento Zootecnico (LTR-CIZ) in Cremona, says the filly is... Read More

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American Horse Cloning Project Successful

April 27, 2005

America's first cloned horse turned six weeks old today, according to Texas A&M University (TAMU) researchers who partnered on the successful cloning venture with French scientist Dr. Eric Palmer of Cryozootech. The colt, named "Paris Texas,... Read More

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Clone of Endurance Champion Thrives

April 14, 2005

Italian researchers today (April 14) announced that the first clone of a gelded horse is healthy and thriving. The Arabian colt is a genetic copy of U.S. endurance rider Valerie Kanavy's world champion Pieraz and represents the ability of... Read More

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Champion Endurance Horse Successfully Cloned

April 14, 2005

As was reported earlier today, Pieraz, the two-time World Champion endurance gelding owned by Valerie Kanavy of Virginia, was successfully cloned in Italy by Eric Palmer,DVM of the Italian laboratory LTR-CIZ, in collaboration with Cryozootech.... Read More