Thoroughbred Survives Severe Case Of Life-Threatening Pneumonia; Gives Birth To Healthy Foal – Horse Racing News

Lillipad overcame a case of severe pleuropneumonia after being treated for several months at the UC Davis veterinary hospital. Lillipad, an 11-year-old Thoroughbred mare, was presented at a breeding sale in Washington, but was labeled barren and went unsold. A friend of Jillian Fallon of Reno, Nevada rescued Lillipad afterContinue Reading

Foal Patrol Presented By National Museum Of Racing And Hall Of Fame: The Foal Patrol Experience At Gainesway – Horse Racing News

by Paulick Report Staff|05.27.2022|8:55am Spanish Bunny and her Uncle Mo colt, part of Foal Patrol Season 5. Foal Patrol, an initiative of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame, partnered with the Paulick Report in Season 5 to bring you closer to featured mares and foals and toContinue Reading

Foal Patrol Presented By National Museum Of Racing And Hall Of Fame: Hanging Out With Traveling Tiger’s Filly – Horse Racing News

Traveling Tiger’s Audible filly, part of Foal Patrol Season 5. Foal Patrol, an initiative of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame, has partnered with the Paulick Report in Season 5 to bring you closer to featured mares and foals and to ask farm staff your questions aboutContinue Reading

Foal Patrol Presented By National Museum Of Racing And Hall Of Fame: Does Labor Occur More Often In The Day Or Night? – Horse Racing News

Elate and her Speightstown colt, part of Foal Patrol Season 5. Foal Patrol, an initiative of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame, has partnered with the Paulick Report in Season 5 to bring you closer to featured mares and foals and to ask farm staff your questionsContinue Reading

Researchers Seeking Owner Input Regarding Umbilical Cords, Foal Health – Horse Racing News

Researchers at Saskatchewan’s Western College of Veterinary Medicine are investigating whether excessively long umbilical cords, or cords with more twists than normal, affect the health of a live foal.  Equine umbilical cords are typically between 20 and 24 inches long and have four or five twists. Cords that are excessivelyContinue Reading