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Peeping Thom pays the auctioneer

Written by Carl Evans on 09 March 2017

Peeping Thom pays the auctioneer
When an unbroken horse was knocked down at auction, but the ‘buyer’ failed to come up with the cheque, the auctioneer decided he would become the new owner.
 
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Athreeothree gets back on the right road

Written by Carl Evans on 15 February 2017

Athreeothree gets back on the right road
Jack Barber and Will Biddick, Britain’s current champion point-to-point trainer and rider, combined to land the second of the season’s Connolly’s RED MILLS intermediate races with a horse who has a ton of ability.
 
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Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS)

The term Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) was first used in 1999 to describe erosive and ulcerative diseases of the stomach in the horse. EGUS can be subdivided into Equine Glandular Gastric Disease (EGGD) and Equine Squamous Gastric Disease (ESGD) according to the location of the ulceration.

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Feeding the Good-Doer

Determining whether your horse is overweight isn’t always easy; in this article we examine how to determine your horse’s condition, the risks associated with obesity and the best nutritional and exercise actions to consider

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