Being a responsible horse owner involves deciding if and when castration is appropriate.
The events will feature lectures on university programs, equine reproduction, and horse management issues.
The American Quarter Horse Foundation (AQHF) has announced their 2013-14 equine research grant recipients.
Unilaterally castrating horses (removing only one testicle), often as a result of failure to identify cryptorchidism prior to commencing a surgical castration, is an expensive and unethical procedure that continues to occur too frequently,
Fog City Stable’s Thoroughbred Roman Ruler, fifth as the 2-1 favorite in the Bessemer Trust Juvenile (gr. I) at Lone Star Park on Oct. 30, is scheduled to undergo surgery Nov. 7 to remove an undescended testicle.
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