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Complications in Late-Term Pregnancy

Your mare was successfully bred, confirmed in foal, and made it through the often precarious early months of pregnancy without any problems. You heave a sigh of relief and relax, thinking your mare is home-free ... but is she?...

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Fast Out of the Gate: Leading Freshman Sires

A 10-year review of Canada’s leading freshman sires....

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The Evolution and Legacy of Canadian Welsh Pony Breeders

The versatility and athleticism of the Welsh Pony has made it the most sought-after performance pony in many disciplines of equestrian sport. ...

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The Miracle of Minis

These pint-sized horses can bring joy to residents of hospitals and nursing homes...

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The Power of Pedigree

Breeding science for the 21st century....

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Breeding for Soundness

Selecting for soundness and durability is something that both large and small breeders can benefit from, but it's particularly useful for smaller 'mom-and-pop' breeders who may only have a few broodmares in their barn. ...

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Do the best racehorses make the best sires?

The surprising pattern of how top racehorses produce sire and broodmare sire lines...

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“Warmblood” Is Not a Breed

In their article 'Case Closed' (June 2011 Horse Sport), Chris Gould and his co-authors painted a picture of the development of sport horse breeding which cannot remain undisputed....

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Breeder Awards Case Study: Ontario

Ontario’s Thoroughbred Improvement Program (TIP) was created in 1974 by the former Ontario Racing Commission along with members of the breeding and racing industries. ...

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Saving the Septic Foal

Sepsis is a life-threatening condition which puts newborns at risk....

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