Britain Taking EVA Precautions

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Mares shipped from Ireland to Britain are being tested for the respiratory and venereal disease equine viral arteritis (EVA). This practice has been routine in recent years for mares visiting Britain from the rest of Europe.

Tests on horses from two Irish studs have shown evidence of exposure to the disease, which has not affected any Thoroughbred stallions in Britain. British

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