Horse-Breeding History: Kaweah Bar

Kaweah Bar won his first start, at Bay Meadows in 1968, by 3 1/2 lengths. That was just a sign of things to come from the “Palomino Express,” the darling of the $2 bettors. 

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily
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All-time record for NCHA Futurity Sales

It was the best of times and the best of times, from Monday, December 8 through Saturday, December 13, as Western Bloodstock Ltd.’s 2014 NCHA Futurity Sales set sale session records...

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Signature Absolute A Backyard Champion

Nancy Riggs couldn’t help but fall in love with the little dapple grey yearling even from a fuzzy short snippet of video. “His little jog caught my eye. He had a soft topline and his eye was so kind.

Stacie Campuzano
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The Thing About Supplements

What’s a feed? An equine feed is most often sold in large bags with recommended feeding rates of five pounds per day or more, sometimes much more. The most common source of energy in feeds is a blend of grain and grain by products.

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Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy (PSSM)

Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy (PSSM) is a dominant autosomal hereditary condition that can cause a genetic form of tying-up with muscle damage and inability to move.

Courtesy of Animal Genetics
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