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WNV Cases Accumulate--States Await Detection

August 01, 2004

By late June, West Nile virus (WNV) cases had popped up in areas of the United States, Canada, and Central America. Twenty-six of the United States had WNV detected in at least one species (birds, horses, humans, or mosquitoes). Six states had... Read More

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21 Horses Lost in Kentucky Flooding

August 01, 2004

A Stanton, Ky., farm on the Red River lost 15 foals, five broodmares, and a stallion to flooding on May 30. Heavy rains rapidly forced waters higher in the already swollen river, and within three hours the river had covered pastures with up to... Read More

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Emergency Demonstrations and Training Offered

August 01, 2004

Hagyard-Davidson-McGee Associates (HDM) veterinary hospital will be offering equine emergency demonstrations to the general public on Aug.14, 2004, at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Ky. A more extensive three-day training course will be... Read More

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Arizona Horse Attack Mystery Solved

August 01, 2004

The necks of more than 20 horses were mysteriously slashed near their jugular veins at Tanque Verde Guest Ranch in Tucson, Ariz., beginning in July, 2003. The attacks launched an investigation, and concern about area horses' safety erupted.... Read More

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VS in Texas: Breeders' Cup Moving Ahead With Plans

August 01, 2004

Breeders' Cup, which has plans to set up a "disease-free zone" to allow horses to ship in and out of Lone Star Park, is moving full-steam ahead with preparations for this year's World Thoroughbred Championships even as a vesicular stomatitis (VS... Read More

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Drugs: Good and Bad

August 01, 2004

Olympics. Just the word makes us swell up with pride. This month horses and riders from around the world will converge on the birthplace of the Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. The idea of the Olympics is to have all countries send their best... Read More

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NBC Olympics Viewing Marathon Held to Break Guinness World Record During NBC's 24-hour Olympic Coverage

July 30, 2004

Guinness World Record for Consecutive TV Viewing: 50 Hours, 5 Minutes

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Results

July 27, 2004

Medal Counts and Totals... Read More

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Television Coverage

July 27, 2004

Beginning Aug. 15, the world's best horses and riders will compete in the XXVIII Olympiad in Athens, Greece. This page contains the schedule of when equestrian events will be televised on NBC or its affiliate stations.... Read More

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Olympics Equestrian News

July 27, 2004

Beginning Aug. 15, the world's best horses and riders will compete in the XXVIII Olympiad in Athens, Greece. This page will contain a variety of information about the competition and competitors.... Read More

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Tendon Healing, Aged Broodmare Fertility Featured at AVMA Convention

July 27, 2004

Smarty Jones won a little sympathy Saturday night, July 24, as Patricia Hogan, VMD, Dipl. ACVS, board-certified veterinary surgeon, recounted the tale of how the Pennsylvania-bred colt reared up in the starting gate of... Read More

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Laminitis: Today and Beyond

July 27, 2004

"Laminitis is a horrible disease," said White, head of the Marion DuPont Scott Equine Medical Center in Virginia, in opening the session. "As long as I've been treating horses with laminitis, and with the tremendous amount of research... Read More

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Events Schedule

July 27, 2004

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