Many of the abnormalities researchers evaluated in weanling X rays improve by the time the horse was a yearling.
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Researchers have confirmed that donkeys have far more subtle ways of expressing pain than horses.
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- Study Reveals Working Donkey Pain Behavior
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- 2017 Thoroughbred Makeover Accepts Entries From 578 Trainers
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- Jockey Club TIP Increases Shows and Offerings in 2017
- AHF Funds Arabian Horse Research Projects
- New Vocations Opens Facility in New York
- Genetic Disorders: Breed by Breed
- Feeding Racehorses
- Health Concerns of Mules and Donkeys
- Tendon Injuries: Treatments and Prevention
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- Results of Standing Fracture Repair in Racehorses Examined
- EIPH: Exercise-Induced Pulmonary Hemorrhage
- Improving the Standard Tieback Technique
- Contagious Diseases
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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
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