Equine Medical Center To Complete Injury Survey At Colonial Downs
- Jun 05, 1998
Catastrophic racehorse injuries are a major cause of equine mortality and financial loss in the racing industry, not to mention a serious public relations challenge.
But a newly funded study at the Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center may help researchers better understand the origins of musculoskeletal injuries, the primary cause of breakdowns on the track.
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