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EHV Case's USA and UK   Horse Racing

Started 1/21/16 by Amy (1pony); 89078 views.
cigarello

From: cigarello

3/18/21

https://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/246624/ky-filly-succumbs-to-equine-h

 Filly succumbs to EHV -- very sad---- hope they get this under control

gerchgo

From: gerchgo

3/18/21

Yes, I posted another article the other day saying 2 more positives from the isolation barn so hopefully they’ve got it under control now!

cigarello

From: cigarello

3/19/21

 Sorry to hear that!!!

Amy (1pony)
Staff

From: Amy (1pony)

3/19/21

This year seems to be worse than normal 

Amy (1pony)
Staff

From: Amy (1pony)

6/22/21

Oh boy I hope they can continue to get a handle on this. Early treatment is good.

gerchgo

From: gerchgo

Feb-18

Not at a racetrack yet but at KHP

Update on EHV-1 and Desert Circuit International Horse Park

Lexington, Ky. – USEF supports the decision made by Desert International Horse Park management to close access to the horse park for next week and not allow any additional horses on the property. The decision was made out of an abundance of caution in consultation with the CDFA and USEF. The horse show is approved to run for the people and non-quarantined horses who are on the property already. Those individuals with horses currently in transit have been contacted, and management will accommodate those who are continuing to make their way to the horse park. Daily-haul in horses and riders are not permitted until further notice. It is preferential that non-quarantined horses stay on the property to limit potential spread of EHV-1 further. Anyone who decides to leave is strongly encouraged to follow the recommended biosecurity guidelines of USEF and CDFA, and segregate their horses for seven days and continue to do temperature checks twice a day during this period. Please read the full Desert International Horse Park release.

USEF acknowledges that management is taking every step to provide the safest environment possible for horses at the showgrounds and best manage the risks associated with the current EHV-1 cases. 

Amy (1pony)
Staff

From: Amy (1pony)

Feb-18

It’s in California at Desert International Horse Park, not at Kentucky Horse Park.

prayers that they keep in under control.

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