The purpose of this study was to compare the growth and development of Thoroughbred foals raised under four different management systems.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate if there is a relationship between a glycemic response test and the incidence of osteochodritis dissecans (OCD) in Thoroughbred weanlings, and to determine if this test would be useful in identifying factors that may predispose young growing horses to OCD.
This study examined body size and selling price of yearlings and compared these with results from a study of yearling size and future racing performance.
Buyers look at various factors--pedigree, conformation, and racing performance of siblings--when considering the purchase of a Thoroughbred yearling. This study was conducted to find out the influence of body size and condition score on sale price.
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