Thoroughbred breeding

Hagyard Veterinarian Interview Reveals Questions About Manipulated X-Rays, Radiograph Reports

As the Kentucky Board of Veterinary Examiners (KBVE) considers what its next steps will be in the case of a dozen veterinarians who self-reported for modifying dates on radiographs, one surgeon’s testimony before the board raises questions about the practice of vetting horses at sale. Earlier this year, 12 veterinarians at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute […]

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Bloodlines: Urban Sea A Broodmare Legend

Too often, mares do not receive the credit they deserve. On the breeding and bloodstock side of the fence in particular, mares are typically overlooked by the public and even by professionals due to the vast output from stallions compared to the puny production a mare can add to the Thoroughbred population annually. One. A […]

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Ask Your Veterinarian Presented By Equistro: The Pitfalls Of Using Radiograph Reports At The Barn

QUESTION: How would you like to see repository radiograph reports used at Thoroughbred auctions? DR. KATHLEEN PAASCH:  As a veterinarian, I would like to see repository reports used within the confines of a veterinary-client relationship.  At public auction, this particular relationship exists when a client has hired a veterinarian to interpret radiographs (or perform other veterinary services) […]

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Bloodlines: European Juvenile Winners Tell A Tale Of Two Pedigrees

In looking at the winners of the two Group 1 races for juveniles at Newmarket, Iridessa (by Ruler of the World) in the Fillies Mile and Too Darn Hot (Dubawi) in the Dewhurst, I was immediately tempted to paraphrase Charles Dickens. We shouldn’t say that “it was the best of pedigrees; it was the worst […]

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Rood And Riddle Announces Equine Reproduction Meeting Named In Honor Of LeBlanc

Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital is pleased to announce it will be hosting a meeting of many of North America’s leading veterinary college equine reproduction specialists and their residents on October 24th and 25th this year. This meeting is being called the LeBlanc Equine Theriogenology Collaborative Exchange, to honor Dr. Michelle LeBlanc. Dr. LeBlanc, who passed away […]

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UPDATED: Bloodlines: Knicks Go Steps Up For KRA Program

In a stunning wire-to-wire performance, Knicks Go won the Grade 1 Breeders’ Futurity by 5 ½ lengths on Oct. 6 at Keeneland to become the first Grade 1 winner by first-crop sire Paynter (by Awesome Again). Sent off at 70-1 odds largely because he had been beaten into fifth in the G3 Sanford Stakes at […]

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Bloodlines: Cheveley Park Winner Fairyland Goes Deeper Than Striking Appearance

While inspecting and measuring yearlings last fall in Newmarket for Book 1 of the Tattersalls yearling sale, I saw a lot of really nice yearlings. But even among the well-grown and athletic prospects on the spacious grounds at Tattersalls, there was a filly who stood out as extra special. Walking across one of the yards […]

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Bloodlines: Despite Setback, McKinzie’s Career Near Perfect So Far

Victory in the Grade 1 Pennsylvania Derby on Sept. 22 put McKinzie’s lifetime record at four victories and a second from five starts. The great question of his ranking among his contemporaries, however, will remain a mystery: How would he have fared against Justify? With the pro tem champion and Horse of the Year standing […]

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Ask Your Veterinarian Presented By Equistro: Do Horses Have Blood Types?

In conjunction with Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital, “Ask Your Veterinarian” is a regular feature in the PR Special newsletter distributed online and at Thoroughbred sales. Veterinarians at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital answer your questions about sales and healthcare of Thoroughbred auction yearlings, weanlings, 2-year-olds and breeding stock. Email us at [email protected] if you have a question […]

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Bloodlines: ‘Tremendous Family’ Produces Runaway Filly Serengeti Empress

For those who hadn’t seen Serengeti Empress (by Alternation) win the Ellis Park Juvenile Fillies by 13 ½ lengths on Aug. 19, the filly’s victory on September 15 in the Grade 2 Pocahontas Stakes at Churchill Downs was a revelation. The dark brown 2-year-old won the historic stakes by 19 ½ lengths, the longest margin […]

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