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Hurricane Charley Update; How You Can Help

August 24, 2004

Things are settling down for the animals in Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Charley, said Alan Schwartz of Days End Farm Horse Rescue of Lisbon, Md., on Aug. 23. "We treated a couple of horses, a bull, some pigs and goats, mostly for... Read More

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Birth Control For Rescue Horses

August 23, 2004

This summer, Habitat for Horses, a non-profit equine rescue center in Hitchcock, Texas, began giving mares the porcine zona pellucida (PZP) vaccine, an animal form of birth control. Since HR 857, a bill that would eliminate... Read More

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Future of Wyoming Wild Horses

August 23, 2004

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will remove up to 1,400 excess wild horses from six herd management areas in the southwest and south-central Wyoming rangelands, according to The Casper Star Tribune. The BLM's appropriate management... Read More

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Strangles Consensus Statement: A Resource for Veterinarians

August 23, 2004

The most recent consensus statement on strangles debuted to rave reviews at the June meeting of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) in Minneapolis, Minn. Entitled 2004: Streptococcus equi Infection in Horses... Read More

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Germany wins sixth straight team dressage gold

August 23, 2004

Led by McDonald, Dover, U.S. takes bronze again

By Joseph Schwerdt, NBCOlympics.com 

ATHENS -- Led by perennial world and European medalist Ulla Salzgeber,... Read More

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Team Dressage Grand Prix

August 23, 2004

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Individual Dressage Grand Prix Special

August 23, 2004

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Individual Jumping Qualification Jumping - 1st Qualifier

August 23, 2004

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Individual Dressage Grand Prix

August 23, 2004

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Horses Lost In Hurricane Charley

August 20, 2004

Three horses were euthanized in Florida due to injuries sustained from flying debris during Hurricane Charley, according to Alan Schwartz of Days End Farm Horse Rescue of Lisbon, Md. Friday, Aug. 13, was in fact a bad luck day, as wind... Read More

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Pasture Management Recommendations

August 19, 2004

Carbohydrate research done on forages, although not specific to carbohydrate type, has provided information on pasture management that owners can use to manage their horses' intake of carbohydrates. This is particularly of interest to owners wit... Read More

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New Method of Counting Carbs

August 19, 2004

A new carbohydrate analysis method developed for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) might be able to help researchers answer some specific questions about equine forages. Until now, it has been difficult for forage... Read More

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Team Medal Mix-Up Causes an International Stir

August 19, 2004

In the End, It's A Double Gold for Germany and Individual Bronze for American Kim Severson; Americans Left Off the Team Medal Podium

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Judges give Germans back eventing gold, Ruling reversal costs U.S. team bronze

August 19, 2004

By Joseph Schwerdt, NBCOlympics.com

ATHENS -- Germans swept the eventing gold medals Wednesday, despite a ruling that had stripped... Read More

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Team Eventing Totals

August 19, 2004

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Individual Eventing Totals

August 19, 2004

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Equestrian Medal Count

August 19, 2004

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Rescue Training and Exhibitions Held in Central Kentucky

August 18, 2004

"We are not here to re-invent the wheel," said Tomas Gimenez, DrMedVet, a professor at Clemson University, addressing a group of first-responders and equine rescue personnel at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington earlier this month. The event... Read More

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First N.J. Equine Case of WNV is in Pregnant Mare

August 18, 2004

Officials at the New Jersey Department of Agriculture announced yesterday (Aug. 17) that West Nile virus (WNV) had been diagnosed in a 7-year-old pregnant mare in Gloucester County, marking the first detection of equine WNV in the state this... Read More

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Individual Eventing Final--Jumping Final Aug. 18

August 18, 2004

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Team Eventing Jumping--Jumping Final Aug. 18

August 18, 2004

Team Eventing Jumping--Jumping Final Aug. 18 Results... Read More

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Individual Eventing Jumping Qualifier Aug. 18

August 18, 2004

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Olympic Veterinary Update, Aug. 17

August 17, 2004

Olympic veterinarians have been hard at work at the Olympic equestrian compound monitoring the health and welfare of the several hundred equine competitors that are either already competing or waiting for their discipline of specialty in the... Read More

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Horse Barn Fires: An Avoidable Tragedy

August 17, 2004

One of the worst possible nightmares for a horse owner is to see the glow of a barn fire in the night sky. The real tragedy of most barn fires is that they probably could have been prevented with a few precautionary... Read More

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Team Eventing Cross Country Aug. 17

August 17, 2004

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