Three researchers from the University of Kentucky’s Gluck Center for Equine Research summarize topics of interest from the International Symposium on Equine Reproduction, held January 2014, in Hamilton, New Zealand.
Diamonds in summer is as shiny as a new penny. She is the dominant horse of 7, but has arthritis, rear end nerve damage, and is blind in her right eye. She needs to be in with 1 or 2 other elders as a companion. She aborted her last foal in Fe ... Read More