"Fact Book" Details Effects of MRLS in Kentucky, Other Industry Numbers

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The number of mares bred in Kentucky in 2002--the year after mare reproductive loss syndrome first hit--fell by 3.4% from 2001, but the state's broodmare population remains 33% higher than it was a decade earlier, according to figures released by The Jockey Club and contained in its annual "Fact Book" available online at jockeyclub.com

Mare reproductive loss syndrome reduced the 2001

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