HorseTelex As breeders agonize over the question of how they can track and trace the performance of their breeding products in sports for decades, Wim Spreij and his HorseTelex colleagues invented a solution. Recently, the website HorseTelex Results started to keep track of all international sports results for them. Now everybody who wishes to be updated about all results of horses...
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Many competition horses don’t become fitter and stronger, but, on the contrary, end up being injured as a result of their training. A series of articles allow the reader to take a look through the eyes of two experienced equine veterinarians: Jan Greve and Jacques Maree.