Eating For Two – Be Sure Your Pregnant Mare Gets The Right Nutrients

A mare’s nutritional needs can change significantly once she becomes pregnant, and will evolve from one trimester to the next. The team at Kentucky Equine Nutrition put together six guidelines to help you keep your mare and future newborn foal happy and healthy throughout the pregnancy process. They say a key to the process is […]

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How big a danger is fescue to pregnant mares?

Fescue, a hardy grass that thrives in horse pastures despite heavy hoof traffic, grazing and adverse growing conditions, is oftentimes infected with Acremonium coenophialum. This endophyte can cause a legion of problems in broodmares and has become a danger to pregnant mares.

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Lane’s End to be Z’s new home

This time it’s really over. Zenyatta, who tasted defeat for the first time in 20 starts when she just missed catching Blame in the Nov. 6 Breeders’ Cup Classic at Churchill Downs, will be leaving the racetrack for William S. Farish’s Lane’s End Farm in Versailles, Ky., early next month. No specific breeding plans have […]

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