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2014 Turkey Trot provides participants with added safety, convenience and access! DALLAS, Oct.
Nearly 40,000 participants are expected to gather at Dallas City Hall Place on Thanksgiving morning of Nov.
Patricia de Cocq is a keen horsewoman, but her interest in horses extends beyond her passion for riding: she is also a vet.
An international consortium of researchers has discovered a mutation in a single gene in horses that is critical for the ability to perform ambling gaits and pacing that has a major effect on performance in harness racing.
How-to videos, blog posts, and digital media fun bring new element to annual Turkey Trot preparation. Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 10, 2011 Any Dallas
Most animals don't think anything of breaking into a run: they switch effortlessly from walking to a high-speed bouncing run - but what about elephants.
A team of scientists from Wageningen University, led by Professor Johan van Leeuwen, has carried out studies both into the advantages of different rider techniques in reducing injury risk, and into the benefits of a method of equine rehabilitation.
Nathan Buckwalter, 26, lives in his own East Lampeter Township apartment. He drives his 1991 Dodge Sprint to his job as a cashier at McDonald's on Greenfield Road. At first glance, this doesn't sound remarkable. But it is. Buckwalter was born with cerebral palsy.
- Growing in low tufty patches.