The influence of thoroughbreds takes a tumble

Orford, Christine
January 2012
Veterinary Ireland Journal;
Information about several topics discussed at Teagasc National Equine Conference organized by the Teagasc, a semi state authority for services in the agriculture food sector in the republic of Ireland, held in 2011 in Ireland is presented. Topics include the sport horses breeding, breeding skills and decrease in the number of thoroughbred horses. The conference featured several executives including Wendy Conlon, Damian McDonald and Declan McArdle.


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