Cases involved nine horses, their riders, and three trainers.
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Scientists are learning more about the complicated world of curly horse genetics. Each piece of the puzzle seems to solve another part of the mystery.
The rise of ampicillin resistance began years before human use – likely triggered by overuse of penicillins in agriculture in the 1950s.
Ataxia, an uncoordinated gait arising from a neurological cause, can easily be mistaken for lameness.
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US dressage body to archive important work by classical trainer.