8 Horses Released From Remington Park EHV-1 Quarantine

Twenty-one horses remain in quarantine for equine herpesvirus-1 at the Oklahoma racetrack.
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8 Horses Released From Remington Park EHV-1 Quarantine
Twenty-one horses remain in quarantine at Remington Park, five of which are housed in the isolation barn. | Photo: Wikimedia Commons
As of Jan. 3, Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry (ODAFF) released eight more horses from quarantine at Remington Park following an equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1) outbreak there. The horses released completed two negative tests seven days apart; had 14 days with no fevers; showed no ; and had no exposure to EHV-1-positive horses.

The horses released from quarantine originally lived in the second quarantine barn but at the conclusion of the race meet were moved to separate barns.

Twenty-one horses remain in quarantine at Remington Park, five of which are housed in the isolation barn.

Enhanced biosecurity measures and twice-daily temperature monitoring remain in place. ODAFF staff continues to monitor the situation on-site

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