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Pasture Renovations Make Big Difference For Central Kentucky Farm

Last year Central Kentucky’s Mill Ridge Farm was dealing with foaling problems, including lack of milk production in their mares and dystocias.  Upon the guidance of veterinarian Dr. Stuart Brown, II, the farm enlisted the help of University of Kentucky’s College of Agriculture, Food and Environment’s Pasture Evaluation Program. UK forage extension specialist Jimmy Henning […]

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Lawsuit Against Hagyard Equine Medical Reveals Misdating Of Auction X-Rays

Twelve of the 17 partners in one of Central Kentucky’s largest equine veterinary practices have reported themselves to the state’s veterinary board for potential violations of state statutes that regulate veterinarians, according to evidence presented during a pre-trial hearing to a civil suit in Fayette County Circuit Court in Lexington, Ky. Hagyard Equine Medical Institute […]

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Hagyard Equine Medical Institute Announces Merger With National Veterinary Group

Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, Ky. is pleased to announce it has merged with Mixed Animal Veterinary Associates of North America (MAVANA). MAVANA is comprised of 22 esteemed equine, mixed animal and companion animal veterinary practices across 11 states who share a commitment to maintaining the highest standards of veterinary medicine and business management. […]

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University Of Kentucky Gluck Equine Research Center Celebrates 30 Years Of Improving Horse Health

The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center. More than 250 equine industry representatives attended the celebration dinner in the Woodford Reserve Room at Kroger Field. Stuart Brown, chair of the Gluck Equine Research Foundation and Hagyard Equine Medical Institute veterinarian, hosted […]

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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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Brown, Banahan Named To Gluck Equine Research Center Foundation Board

Stuart Brown, a veterinarian and partner at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute, was named chair of the University of Kentucky Gluck Equine Research Foundation’s board of directors at its January meeting. Michael Banahan, director of farm operations for Godolphin LLC (USA), was named vice chair. “I am honored to have the opportunity to serve the Gluck […]

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Central Kentucky Riding For Hope: Dr. Brown, Dr. Lu Added To Board Of Directors

Central Kentucky Riding for Hope, which offers a variety of equine-assisted activities and therapies at its base at the Kentucky Horse Park, is pleased to welcome two new members to its Board of Directors. Dr. Kristina G. Lu, VMD, DACT, is returning to the Board after a brief leave. Dr. Lu has been a longtime advocate for […]

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Race For Education Now Accepting Applications For 2017 Scholarships

The Race for Education is now accepting applications for all of their 2017 scholarships. These scholarships, ranging from $500 to $5,000, are for tuition only. Included this year are the 4H Leg Up Scholarships, the Xpressbet Scholarship, the Frankel Scholarship, the Judy Willard Memorial Scholarship and numerous others. The organization continues to offer the Winner’s […]

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Kentucky Equine Education Project’s Conference Set To Become Annual Event

Now that the Kentucky Equine Education Project’s first KEEP Equine Industry Conference is in the books, plans are in the works to make it an annual event for the commonwealth’s multi-breed horse industry. At total of 156 people registered for the conference Tuesday at the Embassy Suites hotel. The four panel discussions featured speakers working […]

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Welcoming The World Requires A Lot Of Paperwork

Although there are still weeks to go, connections of international competitors headed to this year’s Breeders’ Cup have likely been thinking about the logistics of the trip for a while now. As in past years, federal and private veterinarians will take on the task of getting horses in and out of the United States safely—a […]

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