Show officials around the country have been cracking down on enforcement of having negative Coggins tests with horses. For example, two trailerloads of entries into a Mobile, Ala., horse show made the news in February when they were rejected for not complying with the regulation that requires horses participating in shows to have a negative Coggins test taken within the last 12 months. The Gulf

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