Hagyard

Hagyard Veterinarians Released From Non-Compete; Clinic Ordered To Produce Privileged Documents

Three field care veterinarians at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute have been released from the non-compete agreements they signed as part of their employment as a civil suit between the vets and the clinic rages on. Drs. Rocky Mason, Patrick Ford, and Kevin Smith brought suit against Hagyard and Mixed Animal Veterinary Associates of North America […]

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Fall Racing Preview Scheduled For Oct. 3 At Tony’s In Lexington

Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation announced today that Hagyard Equine Medical Institute will sponsor a fall racing preview at Tony’s of Lexington on Wednesday, October 3, from 6 – 9 p.m. The event will be hosted by Mike Penna and Jude Feld of Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN). Tickets are available for $50 each and include […]

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Hagyard Partners Offer Differing Opinions About Misdating Of Radiographs

Two partners in the Hagyard Equine Medical Institute offered differing opinions on the practice of misdating auction radiographs on Monday during the continuation of a pre-trial hearing to a civil suit in Fayette County Circuit Court in Lexington, Ky. The misdating of radiographs by some Hagyard veterinarians was initially revealed several weeks ago in the […]

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Old Friends’ ‘Homecoming’ Event Scheduled For Sunday, May 6

Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement Farm in Georgetown, KY, will host its 14th Annual Homecoming event, sponsored NTRA Advantage, Daily Racing Form, Hagyard Pharmacy, and Red Brand Fence, on Sunday May 6, 2018 from 1 pm to 5 pm. Tickets are $30 for the general public and $15 for Old Friends “Clubhouse” members (children 12 and under are […]

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Commercial Lawsonia Vaccine Soon To Be Available

Foal season will soon be upon us, and the timely subject of an age-specific equine disease should be on the minds of all breeders and foal owners. Equine proliferative enteropathy (EPE) is a transmissible intestinal disease caused by the bacteria Lawsonia intracellularis (LI), commonly known as “Lawsonia disease.” EPE usually affects horses under 1 year […]

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Dr. William McGee, Last Veterinarian To Care For Man O’ War, Passes Away At 100

Dr. William R. McGee,  son of Lloyd Marcus McGee and Ada May McGee, passed away peacefully on Aug. 4 in Naples, FL. He was 100 years old. Dr. McGee was born on Feb. 1, 1917, in Corvallis, Montana. He lettered in football, basketball, and track in high school, and worked in his father’s livery stable and […]

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Ben’s Cat Improving, But Still In Critical Condition Following Colic Surgery

Four-time Maryland Horse of the Year and multi-million dollar-earner Ben’s Cat remains in critical condition but is said to be improving since undergoing surgery at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute to repair an epiploic foramen entrapment on July 6. Known as “The Pride of Maryland” during his 63-race career, the 11-year-old Parker’s Storm Cat gelding retired […]

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Ben’s Cat Recovering From Colic Surgery At Hagyard

The Pride of Maryland and Maryland Horse of the Year Ben’s Cat underwent colic surgery on July 6th, 2017 to repair an epiploic foramen entrapment. The surgery was performed by Dr. True Baker at the Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, KY. He is currently recovering in the McGee Medicine Center under the care of […]

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Two Kentucky Veterinarians Recognized For Helping Save Man’s Life

Two veterinarians in Lexington, Ky., were recently honored after they saved a man’s life. Dave Barberie, an attorney in Lexington, was working out at a class at the YMCA when his heart malfunctioned, reported the Lexington Herald-Leader. With no known health issues, there was no inkling that the sudden cardiac arrest was coming—his electrical system […]

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Nyquist Undergoes Successful Colic Surgery ‘Without Complication’

Kentucky Derby and Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner Nyquist, who stands at Darley in Lexington, Kentucky, is doing well following colic surgery yesterday at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute. Darley COO Dan Pride said, “The surgeons discovered a slight twist in his intestines during the procedure and were able to make the necessary repairs without complication. At […]

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