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 Make-A-Wish Foundation

Make-A-Wish Foundation

Posted by njhorse on Thursday, April 21 @ 18:23:01 MST (0 reads)
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 Rutgers Equine Science Center Announces Winner of 2010 “Spirit of the Horse” Awa

News of Interest to our readersNEW BRUNSWICK, NJ (January 14, 2010) – The Equine Science Center at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, has named Antoinette Nigito as the 2010 recipient of the Center’s “Spirit of the Horse” award. Mrs. Nigito will receive the award during the New Jersey Department of Agriculture’s 53rd Annual New Jersey Breeder’s Award ceremony on Sunday, January 31, 2010. Sandy Denarski, the 2006 inaugural recipient and chair of the Rutgers University Board for Equine Advancement and Center director Karyn Malinowski will present the award.

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 Study: NJ Horse Industry Too Valuable to Lose

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Updated: Thursday, July 30, 2009 8:29 AM
Posted: Wednesday, July 29, 2009 8:33 AM

A report from the Rutgers Equine Science Center details the economic impact of horse racing and breeding in New Jersey and says revenue from alternative gaming at racetracks has supported and fueled those programs in other states.

Posted by njhorse on Saturday, August 01 @ 18:06:43 MST (2 reads)
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 Advances Against Cushing’s Disease

Horse HealthNew therapies, along with improved diagnostic tests, are clearing the way to better care.
By Janice Posnikoff, DVM


With advances in veterinary medicine, we have an increased understanding of diseases that strike our horses. Equine Cushing’s disease has been recognized for more than 70 years, but has often been misunderstood. Today, however, with our improved diagnostic and treatment options, Cushing’s horses are living longer and enjoying a better quality of life. Here’s what we currently know about this disease:


Posted by njhorse on Friday, January 09 @ 21:50:33 MST (68 reads)
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 Teen riders are champions

News of Interest to our readersBy KRISTY DAVIES • Courier-Post Staff

WATERFORD — Pounding hooves, flying dirt and racing hearts are why three local teens compete in an equestrian sport across the country.

Janis Reader, 14, of Berlin Township; Dominique Abrams, 16, and Noelle Brown, 15, both of Waterford, are champions with the U.S. Team Penning Association and will be competing in the national finals in Amarillo, Texas, this week .

                                  Noelle Brown (back to front), Janis Reader and Dominique Abrams 
                                   Noelle Brown (back to front), Janis Reader and Dominique
                                   Abrams practice their riding at Bit By Bit Stables in Elmer.

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