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Offline MagiC~*

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O.P. « 2007-Oct-06, 12:26 PM »
Apparently Rosehill has it now  :(

Anybody got any idea what stable and or horse's have it there ?

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« 2007-Oct-06, 12:28 PM Reply #1 »
Just reading the news on the web and I believe it's Jack Denham's stable.

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« 2007-Oct-06, 12:36 PM Reply #2 »
that's what they're reporting in this mornings paper here in Adelaide,3 of Jack Denham's horses have recorded interim positive results,waiting for full test results from Geelong

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« 2007-Oct-06, 12:38 PM Reply #3 »
I think theres 5 positive now!! These horses had their first vaccination shot last week... If only they got here sooner  ::)

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« 2007-Oct-06, 04:25 PM Reply #4 »
Now Newcastle by the sound of it.

Offline grandstand

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« 2007-Oct-06, 07:46 PM Reply #5 »
i heard that Tim martins stable as well and who ever is next to him, i also heard that newcastle had it.
it was bound to happen!

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« 2007-Oct-07, 12:04 AM Reply #6 »
They'll all get it now it's speading like wildfire at Rosehill  :x

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« 2007-Oct-07, 09:45 AM Reply #7 »
An educational farm run by the N.S.W., DPI at Camden has been struck with EI. They have 11 horses & several have been confirmed with the virus.

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« 2007-Oct-07, 11:26 AM Reply #8 »
I don't think Jack is on course anyone know different??,his son Allan is on course and it looks like the injection might be helping his horses fight it,I think it is 5 horses from Martin and Scorse stables (I think) who are looking sick they are waiting for the results.GGGrrr.
One thing this money that the Qld govt has made available is looing easy to get going on talking to some and although it is only $155 per person in house it can add up for those that are scamming it. >:(you can always rely on those types.

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« 2007-Oct-07, 01:51 PM Reply #9 »
jack is off course but not to far away. it is confirmed that Tim martin and Chris Waller's horses have the virus and newcastle has been cleared. but i don't think being off course is going to help other horses wouldn't they have been working together all week?

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« 2007-Oct-07, 05:22 PM Reply #10 »
Yes they all work together and the trainers all mingle together. Only a matter of time before they all get it unfortunately.
Good news re Newcastle though  :beer:

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« 2007-Oct-07, 09:27 PM Reply #11 »
i was just reading an article on racenet about the nsw, dpi training farm, and that 11 of their horses have the EI virus what a crack up! i feel for the horses but do u think that they should sit back now and say maybe they have not gone down the right path in trying to fix this mess?

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« 2007-Oct-07, 09:51 PM Reply #12 »
this article was on racenet but when i checked again it was gone but after a bit of searching i found it have a read i found it funny, maybe racenet had to take it off because the DPI are embarrassed that the virus has got past them at a DPI farm.
IF i have read it wrong and this farm was not run by nsw, DPI i am sorry.

Several horses at the Elizabeth Macarthur Agricultural Institute Belgenny Farm near Camden have been confirmed with the disease despite biosecurity measures being followed.

Belgenny Farm has 11 horses, all of which have been moved into a higher-level quarantine area away from public access.

The source of the infection has not been traced, a DPI spokeswoman said.

"Belgenny Farm is a public facility and we believe that is how it may have come in but that is not certain," the spokeswoman said.

"We will be investigating the source and continue to urge people to observe biosecurity measures when coming into contact with horses."

The public and visitors are banned from approaching any horses located within the bounds of facility.

The site is also a popular function centre but there should be no disruptions with visitor restrictions applying to the farm area only.

The centre had been due to conduct a course in horse care and handling later this month.

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« 2007-Oct-07, 10:08 PM Reply #13 »
The Elizabeth Macarthur Agricultural Institute (EMAI) is NSW Department of Primary Industries' Centre for Animal and Plant Health.
http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/research/centres/emai
So it is run by the DPI - but even if they were embarassed that's no reason to pull an article - perhaps it's not confirmed.... :look:


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