Kristin Ingwell Goode

Kristin Ingwell Goode was a staff writer for The Blood-Horse, a weekly Thoroughbred news magazine and a sister publication to The Horse.

Articles by: Kristin Ingwell Goode

Kentucky Seeks Economic Impact Study

No one in Kentucky knows exactly how many horses or farms make up what is now the state’s number one agricultural industry, but the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, in partnership with some of the state’s equine leaders, hopes to change

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Farm in Ohio Affected by Recent Tornadoes

The former home of Magical Mac, a horse who lived to be 50 and had his own book, was hit by one of the recent tornadoes which struck the Midwest and South on Nov. 10.

Michele Davis owns Serendipity Stables near West Mansfield, Ohio. The

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Kentucky Farm Managers Address MRLS

President Eric Hamelback gave a sense of urgency as he opened the most recent meeting of the Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm Managers’ Club, saying “we need to make plans for control now.” Hamelback was referring to Mare Reproductive Loss Syndrome, a

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Kentucky Drug Council Discusses EPO Options

The Kentucky Equine Drug Research Council met Thursday at Keeneland to discuss options to identify and enforce the prohibited use of erythropoietin (EPO). The drug, commonly called EPO and marketed under the name Epogen, is suspected to be in us

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Woodbine Barn Fire Toll: 32 Horses Dead

Woodbine Entertainment reported Monday that 32 Thoroughbreds were killed in Sunday’s barn fire at Woodbine Racecourse near Toronto, Ontario. The damage estimate was set at $3 million.

The horses were stabled in barns 7 and 7A at Woodbine

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Gauging MRLS Impact a Tough Task

It appears the number of incidents and symptoms of mare reproductive loss syndrome (MRLS) in Central Kentucky are slowing, but there is still no definitive way to arrive at that conclusion. The number of fetuses taken to the University of

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Early Fetal Loss Numbers Normal

On Jan. 25 the University of Kentucky Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center reported 77 equine abortions from Dec. 30, 2001 through Jan. 19, 2002. That number, comparable to the 75 reported over the same period in 2001, could ease fears of

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Chincoteague Ponies

Chincoteague is such a unique name and place that it is impossible to confuse it with anything or anywhere else. From children who have read Marguerite Henry’s Misty of Chincoteague, to travel buffs who ended up on the island in search of

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Relief Comes To Abandoned Horses In Pakistan

The first wave of outside assistance has reached Karachi Race Course in Pakistan. On July 1, the Associated Press reported 250 abandoned horses were at the racetrack and had not moved since it closed in March. Many of them were not being cared

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