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.
Cherokee is no longer rideable. He is in good health other than having arthritis. He would be best as a companion for another horse or he would be good for a beginner to learn grooming. He has a beautiful full mane and tail. He will be put dow ... Read More