Outbreak: Australian Olympic Horses Vaccinated against Influenza

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Vaccination of the horses shortlisted to represent Australia at the 2008 Olympics has begun following a special allocation of up to 100 doses of horse flu vaccine for high-value horses used in equestrian competition.

"Vaccine has been allocated so these horses have enough time to get back to full training and compete at an elite level in lead-up events," said Steve Dunn, New South Wales

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