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Hogan To Racing Industry: If We Don’t Change, It’s Going To Be Changed For Us

New Jersey-based veterinarian Dr. Patty Hogan gave a 75-minute presentation titled “Injuries in Racehorses” to 60-70 members of the MidAtlantic horseracing industry this week. Hogan explained to the audience that she sees nearly 3,000 horses at her clinic annually, with the majority of them being either Thoroughbred or Standardbred racehorses. She also explained that her […]

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‘Knowing When To Retire Your Racehorse’: Free Dr. Patricia Hogan Seminar On Aug. 18

Dr. Patty Hogan will present an educational seminar for horse owners and trainers entitled, “Knowing When To Retire Your Racehorse,” in Saratoga Springs on Friday, Aug. 18. The 90-minute event, hosted by New York Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association, will be held at the Fasig-Tipton Pavilion, 415 East Ave., beginning at 11 a.m. Trainers and assistant trainers […]

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Dr. Patricia Hogan Honored With First NYTHA EquiStar Award

Patricia Hogan, VMD, will be honored with the first-ever NYTHA “EquiStar Award” for her dedication and outstanding work on behalf of New York’s retired racehorses. The EquiStar Award was created by the New York Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association to recognize an individual or organization that, through compassion, hard work and generosity, enrich the New York Thoroughbred […]

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Intense Holiday Dies of Laminitis

The following news release was distributed via Starlight Racing’s Facebook page June 12. Intense Holiday was the winner of the Grade 2 Risen Star and most recently finished twelfth in the Kentucky Derby. We are sad to report that Starlight Racing’s Intense Holiday lost his battle to laminitis today. On May 27 Intense Holiday underwent […]

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Dr. Patricia Hogan, an accomplished veterinary surgeon who operates Hogan Equine in New Jersey and oversees the Ruffian Equine Medical Center adjacent to Belmont Park, understands that public perception is reality when it comes to equine welfare issues. When the American Veterinary Medical Association and American Association of Equine Practitioners came out in support of […]

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