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Equus MSP Solutions, North Americaâ€™s largest Hardware as a Service provider to the channel, today announced an agreement with Intel Corporation to offer a customizable, flexible, Intel-based
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An endangered species of horse -- known as Przewalski's horse -- is much more distantly related to the domestic horse than researchers had previously hypothesized.
The new Equus Managed Service Solution brings some of the industryâ€™s best managed service products to partners, while also incorporating Hardware as a Service (HaaS).
The World's Smartest Horse Gives a Face to Compassion Chino Hills, CA (PRWEB) April 25, 2011 Lukas, the World's Smartest Horse (according to the World Records Academy) and Guinness World Record Holder, has been honored as the first four-legged member of the Equine Welfare Alliance (http://www.eqinewelfarealliance.org).
Foetal loss is a common phenomenon in domestic horses after away-mating.
BOULDER, Colo., March 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Admit it. No one reads their new car owner's manual. Hyundai Motors America (HMA) knows this and so does Boulder mobile app developer, Rage Digital.
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Dec. 13, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Hyundai is redefining the luxury vehicle ownership experience with the launch of the Equus Owner's Manual App for iPadÂ®, iPhone and iPod touch.
Hyundai Equus "SEMA Show" Experience by Automotive Rhythms Hyundaiâ€™s 2011 Luxury Platform Gets Full Treatment From Three Separate Customizers Automotive Rhythms to Put SEMA Attendees Behind the Wheel All Day, November 2, 2010 SEMA Show, Las Vegas Convention Center (PRWEB) November 1, 2010 Hyundaiâ€™s all-new luxury flagship sedan, the 2011 Equus, is on display this year at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
NEW YORK, April 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Hyundai aims to break down the barriers of owning a luxury car with the introduction of its all-new flagship, the 2011 Equus.
The Spanish Jennet horse registry holds horses that have been the results of attempts to recreate the extinct Spanish Jennet or a gaited horse with spots that resembles the Jennet. The original Jennet was a type of horse more than it was a breed, which was common of horses during the Middle Ages. It was typically used in cavalries and would become a popular riding horse after more refined breeding practices were implemented. Iberian horses were later brought to the area and bred with the...
The Vyatka, sometimes known as Viatka, is an endangered breed of horse that is native to Kirov Oblast, mainly in the Udmurt Replublic, Russian Federation. It may have been developed in the 1500s by settlers to the region, who imported Estonian horses for working in the mines. It may also have Konik pony blood. In 1917, the Vyatka was almost extinct, but preservation efforts were implemented and the breed increased to 560 in 2003. In 2007 the Vyatka was placed on the UN's Food and...
The Tersk is a breed of horse that originated in the Northern Caucasus mountains of Russia during the 1920s and 1940s. By the end of the 1920s, the breed almost became extinct, but the population increased due to adding two Strelets to the bloodline and by 1948 the Tersk Horse was recognized. Many different breeds had an impact on the development of the Tersk with Strelets Arabians being the main bloodline of the Tersk. Later Arabian, Don, Kabarda, Thoroughbred, Russian Don and other mares...
The Silesian is a breed of horse originating from Silesia, Poland. Horse breeds that influenced the Silesian were mainly Thoroughbred and Oldenburg, but also East Friesian and German Halfbred occasionally used. To keep the breed from becoming extinct after World War II, imported stallions were used. In 2008, there were 5000 Silesian horses. The current stud book was formed in 1961. There are two types of Silesian horses, The old type stallions stand between 61.2 inches and 65.2 inches...
The Russian Trotter is a breed of horse originating in Russia by crossbreeding the Standardbred and the Orlov Trotter. It became the fastest trotter in the world but of low quality. Between the years of 1890 and 1914, 156 Standardbred stallions and 220 mares were imported to the United States. Further infusions of Standardbred and Orlov Trotter are still being added today. Certain standards have been set forth by the Russians to improve the breed. Mares can stand no less than 61.2 inches...
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