hagyard equine medical institute

Nick Luck To Host Fall Racing Preview To Benefit Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation

Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation announced today that Hagyard Equine Medical Institute will again sponsor a fall racing preview at AZUR Restaurant & Patio in Lexington, Ky., on Thursday, October 3, from 6 – 9 p.m. The event will be hosted by international racing broadcaster Nick Luck. Tickets are available for $50 each and include hors d’oeuvres […]

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Kentucky Downs Research Day Sponsorships Sold Out

Sponsorships have again been obtained for all four of the races Kentucky Downs made available for Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation Day, to be held on Saturday, August 31. Equibase, Hagyard Equine Medical Institute, Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital, and Starlight Partners are each sponsoring an overnight race. All sponsorship dollars go to Grayson to support […]

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Three Former Hagyard Vets Win Partial Summary Judgment Over Share Purchase Agreement

Three veterinarians suing their former employer won a victory in Fayette Circuit Court in Lexington, Ky., when the judge presiding over the case entered an order for partial summary judgement in favor of the plaintiffs. Judge John Reynolds found that a valid contract existed between Drs. Rocky Mason, Christopher Smith and Patrick Ford and Hagyard-Davidson-McGee […]

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Hagyard’s Fallon: Civil Suit Without Merit, Radiographs Were Not Intentionally Destroyed

The following statement, authored by Hagyard Equine Medical Institute partner Dr. Luke Fallon, was provided to media Wednesday afternoon by Casey Bailey & Maines, attorneys representing Hagyard in a new civil suit in Fayette Circuit Court. The suit, centered on misdating of radiographs of Thoroughbreds at public auction, was brought by Illinois-based owner/trainer Tom Swearingen. […]

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Updated: New Civil Lawsuit Filed Against Hagyard Equine Medical, Others Over Misdated Sale Radiographs

Hagyard Equine Medical Institute, whose partners are already fighting a civil lawsuit over a contract dispute from three former employees, was hit with a class action suit this week – this one centering on some of its veterinarians’ practice of misdating pre-sale radiographs. Illinois-based owner/trainer Tom Swearingen is suing the hospital, individual Hagyard surgeons Drs. […]

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American Lion Battles Back From Pneumonia, Finds Second Career With Help From Hagyard, New Vocations, Four Star

For six years, Hagyard Equine Medical Institute and Hagyard Pharmacy have been strong supporters of the New Vocations mission – to stand in the gap for noncompetitive, often injured racehorses, and provide a skilled, loving transition to a brighter future. Typically, that support has come in providing veterinary care, pharmaceuticals and supplements to get the […]

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Eight Hagyard Veterinarians Sign Settlement Agreements With Kentucky Board

Eight veterinarians at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute agreed to financial settlements with the Kentucky Board of Veterinary Examiners last week, following the board’s investigation into misdating of sale radiographs by several of the hospital’s partners. Drs. Michael Hore and Michael Spirito agreed to pay $25,000 in “administrative payments” to offset the cost of the board’s […]

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Hagyard Pharmacy Announces Purchase Of Topical Skin Product Resolve

Hagyard Pharmacy announced that it has purchased the popular equine skin product, Resolve, adding another proven product to its inventory. Previously owned by Equine Safety Zone based in Dallas, Georgia, Resolve is marketed as the strongest and safest product available for bacterial and fungal equine skin disorders. The sale of the product was a timely […]

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Racetrack Injuries: Which Ones Pose Problems In An OTTB’s Second Career?

For a long time now, the biggest selling point for a horse coming off the track (or just about any horse) looking for a new home is, “Retired sound!” Unfortunately, many off-track Thoroughbreds come away with some physical issues, whether or not they were serious enough to necessitate the end of their racing careers. A […]

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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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