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    Posted: 13 May 2008 at 5:18pm
Is there a major Victorian farm having problems with a recent outbreak at all of their properties? Disaster with the new season looming.Confused
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ianb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 May 2008 at 6:52pm
I don't consider it a major issue in fit healthy farm horses, racehorses yes.. not much you can do for it anyway it is just unsightly
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Good Ianb, do not want it on the farm where my horses are in Qld. Bad enough my broody getting caught up down there.
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Racing Victoria has announced that a case of Strangles has been confirmed in a racehorse stabled at a property in Romsey.

The horse found to be suffering from the disease was based at ‘Glenfern Park’, the pre-training facility of trainer George Osborne, which currently houses 12 horses.

Osborne also has two stables in Kyneton, including Awesome Park, which is utilised exclusively by Osborne and has 19 racehorses located there.

Osborne shares the second training stable, Eden Park, with licensed trainers Dean Krongold and Jarrod Robinson. There are collectively 23 racehorses and one pony located at this stable.

Following an inspection by RV veterinarians late on Friday afternoon, all three properties have been declared an “infected place” pursuant to Australian Rule of Racing 64K(4) thus requiring the horses within to be quarantined.

Awesome Park and Eden Park have been placed under quarantine as a matter of precaution given the recent movement of horses between Mr Osborne’s properties.

The stewards have advised Osborne, Krongold and Robinson, that no horses are permitted to leave the three properties until approved is granted by RV.

With the Kyneton Cup meeting scheduled to be run next Wednesday, 8 November, RV veterinarians also inspected the Kyneton Racecourse which is located in close proximity to Eden Park and Awesome Park.

The veterinarians are comfortable at this time for the race meeting to proceed as scheduled given the distance between the stables and the raceday stalls, along with the fact that Strangles is not an airborne disease
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I hope they step in and help those trainers through this rough time.  The bill's don't stop.  We have a jockey and horse welfare.  Some of that horse welfare should be looking after horses caught up in bans like this surely.
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