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A federal judge ruled on Monday the American Quarter Horse Association must add cloned horses to their registry, thereby allowing the genetically enhanced horses to race alongside other horses.
A recent report reveals that dressage horses suffering from a condition known as PSSM may be able to achieve recovery through acupuncture treatment. As an equestrian trainer, Dr.
American Quarter Horses are renowned for their speed, agility, and calm disposition.
A horse put down after breaking a leg during a tornado in Colorado produced progeny almost a year after her death through surrogate mothers, her owner says. Two foals were born in April, KUSA-TV in Denver reported.
Barrel racer Charmayne James knew scientists had figured out how to clone mice, sheep and cats. But if any creature deserved to be cloned, she thought it was her gelding Scamper, the retired 10-time world champion.
The Azteca horse, also known simply as the Azteca, is a breed of horse that was developed in Mexico in 1972 by crossbreeding Andalusians, which were imported, Criollos, and Quarter horses for the churros, or traditional horsemen, of the area. The Mexican Breeders Association for the Azteca Horse, or Associacion Mexicana de Criadores de Caballos de Raza Azteca, manages the original registry of the breed, although an international association was formed in 1992 known as the International Azteca...
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