Paul wrote:Here is a link to the World Series of Team Roping website with more information on EVH-1:
teamroper wrote:The article "In the News" regarding the 100 Mile House Cancellation with information from a veterinarian is how I have felt all along about the spread of this disease. They have all confirmed that any horse can have been in contact with it at any time and have the virus dormant in their system only to manifest under certain conditions (usually under stress). All horses, no matter what physical activity they're doing, will be under some stress, the same as people are when they compete or are involved in physical activity. Therefore, one would "always" have to stay home from any type of horse competition or activity that involves more than one horse, because the chance of having contact with an infected animal is always there. That being said, one does have to be careful who you park your horse beside (as we've always done) and be very vigilent of a horse that's coughing or has a snotty nose (as we've always done) and super important even more so now than ever that anyone that has a horse even remotely displaying any symtoms - STAY HOME. With the world so involved with social media has this maybe got blown out of proportion (just wondering?).
Texas wrote:Saskatchewan Cutting Horse Association Home page, new cases in Sask reported.
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