Articles posted August 27, 2009

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Microchips Not Required for Horses Entering Mexico

Horses being transported to Mexico are not required to be microchipped, said Jim Barrett, public affairs specialist with the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, an agency within the USDA.

Clarification on the requirements took place the week of Aug. 17, after misinterpretation of the wording in

Thoroughbred Trail Training Course Coming to KHP

A new trail training course at the Maker's Mark Secretariat Center in the Kentucky Horse Park will allow off-the-track Thoroughbreds to be schooled over natural trails. The training course, developed by the Maker's Mark Secretariat Center, the Equine Land Conservation Resource, and the Central Kentucky Back Country Horsemen, will include wooded trails,...

Tips for Safe Horse Transport during Hot Weather

Hot weather can pose serious health problems for animals both two-legged and four-legged, including dehydration, heatstroke, and exhaustion. USRider, a national provider of roadside emergency assistance for equestrians, encourages horse owners to take steps to prevent these ailments when traveling with horses.

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