Stephanie shares the stories of two off-track Thoroughbreds in her life. Who is your favorite OTTB, and why?
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Researchers found that test results should be interpreted differently for donkeys than they are for horses.
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- How Old is My Pony?
- Feeding a Senior Hinny
- Cornell Vet College to Host Donkey Health, Welfare Event
- Inbred Horses Help Scientists Identify IBH Gene Locations
- 12 Miniature Horse Health Risks
- Feeding an OTTB-Turned Barrel Horse
- Stubborn as a Donkey?
- OIE's New Priorities Include Working Equid Health, Welfare
- Researchers Study Glucose and Insulin Testing in Donkeys
- Super Derby Winner Wallenda Euthanized at Old Friends
- Managing Mules
- Genetic Disorders: Breed by Breed
- Infographic: Scratches in Horses
- Health Concerns of Mules and Donkeys
- Tendon Injuries: Treatments and Prevention
- Regulatory Veterinarian Checks in Horse Racing
- Heritable Equine Skin Disorders
- Vaccination Schedule Guidelines
- Feeding Racehorses
- Retraining Racehorses
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. I have a pony who is a rescue, and I have no idea how old he is, which limits what I can do with him. Can you possibly shed some light on how I can estimate his age?