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by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Aug 4, 2018
Researchers found that 90% of stem-cell-cloned foals were “completely healthy and normal” at birth, whereas two-thirds of the skin-cell-cloned foals were not.
by Pat Raia | Nov 2, 2015
The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the AQHA in a long-running case involving the registration of clones.
by Pat Raia | Jan 15, 2015
The ruling overturned a lower court decision mandating that the AQHA include clones in its registry.
by Pat Raia | Jan 22, 2014
Several groups support the AQHA in its bid to overturn a court decision regarding cloned horse registrations.
by Pat Raia | Jan 7, 2014
The AQHA has filed the latest installment in a long-running court case relative to cloned horse registration.
by Pat Raia | Oct 25, 2013
The AQHA has asked a federal court to stay clone registrations pending the outcome of an appeal.
by Pat Raia | Aug 15, 2013
Judge Mary Lou Robinson said she will sign an order requiring the AQHA to register cloned animals.
by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Aug 9, 2013
Rusty, who was 25 when he was euthanized last week, has two clones to carry on his genetic legacy.
by Pat Raia | Jul 31, 2013
A jury found the AQHA’s rule forbidding the registration of cloned horses is a violation of antitrust laws.
by Pat Raia | Jul 15, 2013
A lawsuit challenging AQHA rules preventing registration of cloned horses heads to court this week.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | May 13, 2013
Cloning science advanced when the world?s first filly produced by a clone and out of a clone was born.
by Erica Larson | Jul 5, 2012
Scamper, the champion Quarter Horse barrel racing gelding who was cloned in 2006, died July 4 at 35-years-old.