Research Summit Addresses Need for Increased Funding for Equine Projects

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How to increase funding for equine research was the primary focus of a collaborative equine research summit held in Lexington, Ky., April 19 – 20. Hosted by the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) Foundation, Inc., over 35 leading researchers, industry leaders and funding agencies gathered to develop a blueprint for future success in the equine research field.


 


While the amount of money dedicated to equine research by the racing industry, private foundations, universities and individual donors has increased in recent years, it is expected that future advances in equine medicine will be more costly and will require more funding than is currently being available

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