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Laura White, assistant professor of Equine Science. (NMSU photo by Angela Simental.)

NMSU equine professor prepares students to be future leaders

Her first horse was a mean, little pony her parents bought her even though she was a little too young to ride, but Laura White learned not to give in and to pursue her passion for horses.

“My parents thought it was just a phase, but I’ve always loved horses. They are truly magnificent beasts,” said White, New Mexico State University assistant professor of equine science.

Originally from Texas, White now owns two horses—one for show and one miniature horse, which she is teaching new tricks.



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Dr. Getty urges: Don't let your horse develop an ulcer

Dr. Juliet Getty never stops urging horse owners to “feed your horse like a horse,” for the simple reason that a horse, fed according to his physiology and instincts, will be healthier. Dr. Getty often speaks about free choice forage feeding as the first line of defense against ulcers, but there is more an owner can do to protect his horse from the pain and stress of this condition.


AQHA prevails in cloning lawsuit

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit issued its opinion Jan. 15 in the American Quarter Horse Association’s appeal of the judgment entered by the District Court in a cloning lawsuit. The Fifth Circuit’s opinion, which reverses the District Court’s judgment and renders judgment for AQHA, holds that the plaintiffs’ claims against AQHA fail both because the plaintiffs’ evidence did not prove a conspiracy to restrain trade and because “AQHA is not a competitor in the allegedly relevant market for elite Quarter Horses.”



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