François Robichon de la Guérinière invoked Cavendish in the immensely influential 18th-century treatise École de Cavalerie (1733) as “the greatest expert of his age in the matter of horses.”
Horse vaccinations against the deadly virus surged in the area following confirmation of the nation’s southernmost case.
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“Antioxidant Research and its Applications for use in Exercising Horses” hosted by Dr Carey Williams from Rutgers University will look at recommendations for using antioxidants.
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Authorities are yet to confirm whether the country’s first outbreak is related to cases in nearnby Thailand.
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“The inadvertent deformation of bones in the horse’s head for competitive advantage is difficult to justify on ethical grounds.”
“If someone reports significant memory problems, we expect them to also have poor results on the memory tests. But that wasn’t the case.”
Findings across at-risk species show that, without conservation actions, extinction rates would have been three to four times greater.
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“The results suggest that the colostrum of Quarter Horse mares may contain more protein and be less dense in energy when compared to other breeds.”