Flu Outbreak: Australian Thoroughbred Breeders Looking to Kentucky Stallions

The outbreak of equine influenza that is jeopardizing the Australian breeding season has the breeders Down Under taking a hard look at sending their mares to Kentucky-based stallions this fall and winter.

On Sept. 3, the Web site for the Australian equine auction firm William Inglis & Son included a list of Kentucky stallions for which arrangements were being made to handle mares on

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