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Equine researchers at the University of Saskatchewan administered an endoscopy capsule directly into a horse’s stomach. Read the full article here.
A selection of photos of these hard working ponies, used underground, often replacing child or female labour, as distances from pit head to coal face became greater. The first known recorded use in Britain was in the Durham coalfield in 1750.
Strong-willed but moody teenager Lizzy vows to learn everything she can to try and help nurse Hope, a sick horse on her grandmother's ranch, back to health.
Jumping Medal Rivals Potentials
Against All Odds
Eventing Against All Odds
Royal Agricultural Winter Fair to Return in 2022
Spread of Infectious Disease in a Horse Show Environment
The Impact of Pollution on Equine Health
Dr. Tracy Chenier - Getting Mare & Stallion Ready for Breeding
Dr. John Prescott - Rhodococcus Equine Bacteria
Busy Buddy Halter & Bridle
In the past 2 years, has your home/business been affected by climate change (wildfire, drought, flooding)?