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workforce imbalances and the economic spasms they engender periodically occur in various professions. In the early 1900s, the rise of tractors and automobiles was accompanied by a precipitous decrease in the number of draft horses, with a concomitant

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.nih.gov/ij . Accessed Feb 21, 2016. f. SPSS Statistics for Windows, version 23.0, IBM Corp, Armonk, N Y. References 1. Brakenhoff JE Holcombe SJ Hauptman JG , et al. The prevalence of laryngeal disease in a large population of competition draft horses

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Belgians. In those studies, 6,10 the rate of dental wear was slower in Arabians than Trotters and Belgians. In addition, sequential subjective changes occurred earlier in draft horses than Trotters. These subjective differences were attributed to objective

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signs of the disease, as McGorum et al 8 reported the successful collection of 4 foliate papillae biopsies from 1 draft horse showing EGS clinical signs, using uterine biopsy forceps. Proper accessibility to the papillae is however restricted when

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. An 18-gauge, 15.2-cm (6-inch) spinal needle c was used for all equids, except for Warmblood and draft horses, for which an 18-gauge, 20-cm (8-inch) spinal needle d was used. The number of attempts to collect CSF and needle depth were recorded. CSF

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nucleated cell count and protein concentration) were obtained from the medical record of each horse. Procedures —Breeds were grouped as Thoroughbred and Thoroughbred cross, warmblood, pony, draft horse, and other. Heart and respiratory rates and rectal

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laminitis. Breeds included Quarter Horses, American Paint Horses, and Appaloosas combined (n = 237 [43%]); Thoroughbreds (70 [13%]); draft horses and European warmbloods combined (66 [12%]); Arabians (48 [9%]); gaited horses, including Tennessee Walking

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%) Arabian and Arabian types, 18 (5%) draft horses, 17 (5%) ponies, 80 (23%) Quarter Horse and Quarter Horse types, 130 (38%) Thoroughbreds, and 90 (26%) warmbloods. Among the cases, there were 44 (13%) Arabians and Arabian types, 13 (4%) draft horses, 32 (9

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abduction, or more specifically, a Dixon grade 2 in racehorses (ie, 80% to 90% abduction) and Dixon grade 3 in sport horses and draft horses (ie, slightly above resting position). 4 , 10 , 24 , 31 – 33 A computational model identified that a surgical target

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warmbloods; 20 Thoroughbreds; 16 American Paint Horses; 13 mixed-breed horses; 12 each of American Miniature Horses and Morgans; 8 Appaloosas; 6 each of Friesians, draft horses, and ponies; 4 each of Tennessee Walking Horses and Missouri Foxtrotters, 2 each

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