Cloning as a technology has been around for a long time now. The first animal, Dolly the sheep, was successfully cloned in 1996. The first horse was cloned in 2003… Read More »How could cloning save breeds, species and diversity.
A few years ago Sue Dyson did a study which found that 47% of sports horses had pain related gait abnormalities. She has recently done a second study looking at… Read More »More lameness research into riding horses could help prevent ongoing issues.
In line with Government guidelines, racing closed it’s doors back in March and racing fans have been eagerly awaiting news of it starting up again. From April there were rumours… Read More »Horse racing returns to Newcastle tomorrow
We’ve all been there, you are looking at the race card and you have no idea where to put your money. So you use the age old trick of picking… Read More »New study suggests you put your money on the female jump jockeys!
Do you ever think you are boring all your non horsey Facebook friends with endless updates about your horse? Then take a look at the Horsey Social Media platform Digital Horse.