Australians Seek American Help in Fight Against Equine Influenza
- Sep 16, 2007
In a Sept. 14 meeting at Keeneland Race Course, William Inglis and Son – Australia’s leading Thoroughbred sales agency since 1867 – sought American help to fight the ramifications of an equine influenza outbreak that could result in the loss of half of the country’s Thoroughbred foal crop of 2008.
The EI outbreak in Australia began in late August, when the virus
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