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March 11th, 2019

Have You Seen Our YouTube Retraining Thoroughbreds Channel?

Despook Training for Thoroughbreds

Here is a small selection of the videos you will find on our BitsandBytes Farm YouTube Channel. We have many videos to help you start training your off-the-track-Thoroughbred (OTTB). We also have some ‘dirty videos’ too… not that kind!

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June 14th, 2017

Heat and Humidity – A Dangerous Combination

Avoid Heatstroke in Horses with this Heat & Humidity Chart

Your horse could be at risk for heatstroke or even death if the heat and humidity added together are too high. Print out this chart to keep your horse safe this summer.

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October 12th, 2011

Putting Weight on Thoroughbred Horses

Are you having difficulty putting weight on your Thoroughbred horse? This is the most frequent e-mail question we receive. So to answer the most common question . . .

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January 10th, 2010

Winter Wonderland and Cautions

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holly-snow_20100108_03Winter in Georgia usually means wearing and extra layer of clothing and riding continues as usual. We don’t really need indoor arenas because the ground seldom freezes. Our biggest concern is the wind on a cool day getting under the horses’ tails. We call those “Wahoo Days”. . .

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April 16th, 2009

Horse Stem-Cell Technique to be Tested in People

A stem-cell repair technique that has already been used to fix hundreds of injured race horses is to be tested for the first time in people with damaged Achilles tendons. More than 1,500 race horses have been treated using the same process and follow-up data suggests a 50 percent reduction in re-injury over a three year period, compared with conventional treatment.

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April 15th, 2009

Jockey Club to Offer Free Tattoo Service

The Jockey Club announced today that it has established Tattoo Identification Services, a free resource to help owners identify tattooed but unknown Thoroughbreds in their possession.

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