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Gender Stereotypes Do More Harm Than Good In Horse World — Especially For Mares

Studies have shown that people in the equine world have preconceived notions about horse temperament, behavior and rideability based solely on the horse’s gender—specifically mares. This bias could harm mares and fillies by causing them to be overlooked as mounts and companion animals, and potentially affect how humans interact with them. Unfounded prejudice can create […]

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Is Isolation Key For Stallion Safety? Not Necessarily

Though many of the traits linking domestic horses to their wild ancestors have been dulled or lost during the years man has worked with them, some characteristics remain the same, including a horse’s need for other equine interaction. Many horses kept for sport or for recreation are housed in stalls, which is completely contradictory to […]

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‘Breed-Shaping Potential’: Omaha Beach Retired To Spendthrift Farm

Omaha Beach, War Front’s three-time Grade One-winning three-year-old of 2019, has been retired to stud at Spendthrift Farm in Lexington, KY. “Omaha Beach is doing very well and we look forward to his arrival at the farm on Monday. This is a special horse with true breed-shaping potential, and we are hopeful his impact will […]

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Lane’s End Adds Four Select Seasons To TCA’s ‘Tis The Season Celebration

Lane’s End Farm has added no guarantee seasons to Candy Ride, Quality Road, City of Light, and Union Rags to the roster of stallion seasons offered at the 30th annual Thoroughbred Charities of America ‘Tis the Seasons Celebration presented by LNJ Foxwoods on Sunday, January 12 at 5:30 p.m. at Distillery Square in Lexington, Ky. […]

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Classic Winner Fort Larned To Stand At Duncan Farms In Ohio

Fort Larned is relocating from Adena Springs Kentucky to Daryl and Sally Duncan’s Duncan Farms in Ohio for the upcoming breeding season. A three-time Grade 1 winner and Eclipse Award finalist for America’s Top Older Male in 2012, Fort Larned won the 2012 Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) and earned more than $4.4 million in a […]

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Run Away And Hide Sold To Stand In Turkey

Darby Dan Farm announced today that Run Away and Hide is relocating to Turkey to continue his stud career. The 13-year-old son of City Zip will stand at Resat Akkan’s farm where he will join Papa Clem and Paco Boy (IRE) on the stallion roster. The sire of 33 black type horses and six Graded […]

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Game Winner To Lane’s End In 2021; Farm Announces 2020 Stud Fees

Champion Two-Year-Old and three-time Grade 1-winner, Game Winner will join Catalina Cruiser as the new additions to the Lane’s End Farm stallion roster, which was announced today. “We are very excited to have the opportunity to stand Game Winner upon retirement in 2021,” said Lane’s End’s Bill Farish. “Champion Two-Year-Olds are hard to come by […]

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Bodemeister Sold To Stand In Turkey

Bodemeister, a dual classic-placed runner and sire of 2017 Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming, has been sold to the Jockey Club of Turkey, with plans to relocate him to that country, BloodHorse reports. The 10-year-old Empire Maker horse will be relocated once the terms of export are met. He previously stood at WinStar Farm in […]

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Laparoscopic Vasectomies: The Key To Standing Castration?

The castration of stallions, called gelding, is common in horses that are not expected to take on breeding duties. Typically, a male’s testes are completely removed, which helps moderate unwanted behavior and limits unintended reproduction. Vasectomies, while common in human medicine, are not often performed in horses. This type of surgery involves the severing of […]

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