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Veterinarian of a horse
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Veterinarian of a horse

 The veterinarian of a horse is the person who diagnoses and treats any injuries or illnesses to be falling on horses or other large animals. Veterinarians may also refer to meso-to-large-sized mammals such as cows, pigs, sheep, donkeys, and goats. A Veterinarian of a horse can specialize in different fields, such as clinical practice, research, food safety and security, public health, etc. Also, a veterinarian may focus on a certain species of animals like equine veterinarian (horses) or bovine veterinarian (cows). Being a veterinarian is an extremely versatile job in light of this very broad profession. The veterinarian is expected to possess various abilities varying from animal handling to biomedical knowledge. A veterinarian must be an extremely organized person who can manag...
Basic Horse Nutrition Requirements
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Basic Horse Nutrition Requirements

Horse nutrition is essentially all about feeding the horse with the most appropriate food to keep it at its best. Feeding horses is an essential part of caring for them, and knowing what to feed them depends on their current health, age, breed, weight, sex, and metabolism. Horses are herbivores, which means that their natural diet consists mainly of grass, but they can also eat hay or straw. The horse's digestive system is designed to extract the nutrients it needs from low-quality forage and grains, but horses should always have access to fresh water and should never be subjected to food deprivation; otherwise, they risk developing nutritional deficiencies and related health problems. Horses' nutrient requirements change over time, and understanding these changes (which may be s...
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Top Racehorse Trainers of All Time

Below is a list of top racehorse trainers of all time. The stats mentioned in this post are updated two years from now. The stats are all run through Equibase. Follow the post right till the end.   Bob Baffert Born: January 13, 1953. Years as a trainer: 1988-present. Significant steeds: American Pharoah, Justify, Arrogate. Wins: 2,930. Revenues: $288,463,159. Ask a member of the general public to call a fitness instructor, and also, Bob Baffert is likely the one that individual will undoubtedly think of. The white-haired horseman has trained both newest victors of equine racing's Three-way Crown: American Pharoah and Justify. He also conditioned several other joggers that came close: Silver Charm, Real Quiet, and Point Offered won two-thirds of the col...
Top 10 Famous Racehorses
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Top 10 Famous Racehorses

Here  we shall discuss the top 10 famous racehorses of perpetuity. Below is our listing of the leading top 10 racehorses steeds of the hereafter. 1) Secretariat Nation: United States. Sex: Stallion. Colour: Chestnut. Instructor: Lucien Laurin. Incomes: 1.3 Million USD Secretariat was an American champion who won the Triple Crown in 1973. He is being remembered today for his fantastic document of winning, his races, and his speediness throughout each race. Secretariat achieved all this despite having a terrible start in life when he was born. He was birthed in 1970 on a ranch simply outside Lexington, located in Kentucky. His mother was a normal-sized horse, and also his papa was instead big and evaluated over half a bunch-- just under 1,000 kg. So it appeared in...
Equestrian Events in Olympics
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Equestrian Events in Olympics

Equestrian Events in Olympics started firstly in France in year 1900. The competition was only for the two best horses the owners could find. The first time horses were used to transport weapons and ammunition in combat is at the battle of Naissus in 1442 between Charles VII and Sigismund, Archduke of Austria. The French knights took their warhorses into action, wearing spurs first. It was not until the early 1700s that people started to think of the horse as a sporting animal. The English were the first to start riding horses for pleasure, and they developed many modern riding styles. The first formal equestrian competition was in 1779 when a race was held at Newmarket, England. Equestrianism soon became very popular sport in England. Then many rules and regulations were developed ...
Top 10 Female Jockeys of all Time
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Top 10 Female Jockeys of all Time

Here we shall discuss the top 10 female jockeys of all time. How they achieved this mile-storm and why they are considered to be one of the best. So follow the post right till the end! Julie Krone Nationality: American Age: 58 Julie Krone is a retired jockey and is the only female jockey to win the Kentucky Derby. She has been in the horse racing industry for over 30 years and was inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in 1989. Julie was named one of AARP's "Most Powerful Women" in 2005 and "Person of the Year" by the Jockey's Guild. Julie was inducted into the Women's Hall of Fame in 2010. Since 1999, she has been working towards ending the controversial industry practice (and to date illegal) of horse "soring." Soring makes horses walk with an exa...