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Some prehistoric horses were homebodies

A strontium analysis of fossilized horse teeth from Florida found that the animals did not travel far from where they were born. Researchers also found evidence that prehistoric horses fed along the coast like wild horses do today at places like Assateague Island National Seashore....


How the 'speed gene' works in thoroughbred racehorses

Scientists have discovered the inner workings of a known speed gene, which directly affects skeletal muscle growth and, in turn, race distance aptitude in thoroughbred racehorses. Their findings have important implications for a multi-billion dollar industry....


Breakthrough in the hunt for a vaccine against foal pneumonia

A vaccine against deadly foal pneumonia might finally be within reach, thanks to new research. The breakthrough could potentially save the lives of thousands of foals every year....


Giddy up: Help for plump ponies is fast on its way

Help is on the way for plump ponies at risk of the painful, often deadly, condition of founder or laminitis which is the second biggest killer of domestic horses....


A calmer horse is just a sniff away

Research shows the calming benefits of lavender aromatherapy for horses....


Oldest evidence of horse veterinary care discovered in Mongolia

A team of scholars analyzed horse remains from an ancient Mongolian pastoral culture. Examination of skeletal remains from the impressive horse burials associated with the Deer Stone-Khirigsuur Culture showed that surgical procedures were used to remove baby teeth that would have caused young horses pain or difficulty with feeding -- the worlds oldest known evidence for veterinary dental care....


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