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Grazing Cattle With Horses Can Help Control Worms, Study Finds

Grazing horses and cattle together has long been suggested as a tool for helping control strongyle worms, but little research has been done to prove its efficacy. The majority of gastrointestinal parasites are host specific, meaning that the infective stages of equine worms ingested by cattle won’t develop into adults; the same is true for […]

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‘It Just Takes Time’: Taylor Made Sales Agency Dips Toe In French Marketplace At Arqana Yearling Sale

Taylor Made Sales Agency is a perennial leading consignor during the yearling and mixed sale seasons in North America, but the organization has been expanding its reach internationally in recent years. The latest global step for the Nicholasville, Ky.,-based operation comes this weekend when Taylor Made will consign an inaugural four-horse draft at the Arqana […]

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Coronation Stakes Winner Watch Me Seeks Breeders’ Cup Berth At Deauville

The 3-year-old filly Watch Me (FR), winner of the Coronation Stakes (G1) at Royal Ascot and the 4-year-old Minstrel Stakes (G2) winner Romanised (IRE) lead an eight-horse field in Sunday’s straight course, one-mile Prix du Haras de Fresnay-Le Buffard – Jacques le Marois (G1) at Deauville on the northern coast of France. The winner of […]

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French Import Monette Will Try To Go One Better In Stewart Manor

Madaket Stables’ Monette will look to go one better when she makes her second North American start in Sunday’s $100,000 Stewart Manor, a six-furlong turf sprint for juvenile fillies, at Aqueduct Racetrack. The dark bay daughter of Cockney Rebel launched her career in France, making six starts for trainer Bruno de Montzey, winning twice and […]

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Eastern France Suffering Large-Scale Outbreak Of Equine Herpesvirus

Nearly 200 horses have been affected by an equine herpesvirus outbreak in eastern France, reports horsetalk.co.nz. Beginning in January of 2018, a total of 22 properties have been listed as affected, primarily among sport horses. Some trotting horses, Thoroughbreds and breeding stock have also been affected. French monitoring agency RESPE triggered a crisis team on April […]

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Thewayiam Finishes Strong For Sweetest Chant Victory

Great Point Stables, Michael Dubb, The Elkstone Group, and Bethlehem Stables’ Thewayiam was determined late in Saturday’s G3 Sweetest Chant, charging down the center of the turf course at Gulfstream Park to score by three-quarters of a length. The sophomore daughter of Thewayyouare was near the rear of the field early, and had to fight […]

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New Strain Of Horse-Specific MRSA Identified In French Study

A new horse-specific strain of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) has been prevalently found in France, according to researchers. MRSA is a bacterial infection that can affect various parts of the body and can be difficult to treat because of its natural resistance to many commonly used antibiotics. Researchers took 130 samples of MRSA collected between […]

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Running Of The Arc But One Page In Chantilly’s Horsey History

This weekend’s 95th running of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe left the confines of Paris at Longchamp for the first time on Sunday, venturing into the wooded outskirts of the city to Chantilly. There really isn’t a comparable site in the States, as the small town houses both a racetrack home to the French […]

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The Smell of Unrest: Horse Manure Dumped in Political Protest

Several tons of horse manure was dumped in front of the National Assembly in Paris on Thursday as a demonstration against French President Francois Hollande. A truck labeled “Out with Hollande and the entire political class. Long live the Sixth Republic” drove up to the parliament building, but did not manage to relieve itself of […]

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Mordani destroys rivals in Criterium de Saint-Cloud

Morandi (FR) followed up his 12 length victory last out with a win in Saturday’s Criterium de Saint-Cloud (gr. I) in France over 1 1/4 miles. The 2-year-old won the race on the heavy ground after taking the lead in the stretch. Morandi was eased by jockey Maxime Guyon after opening up lengths on his […]

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