Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Spring 2011 Issue of The Horsemen's Journal in the Mail
The issue includes all the departments you can always expect, including Industry News, HBPA News, Research & Medication Update, Medication Committee Corner, Equine Product Spotlight, and Affiliate News from the HBPA affiliates all over North America. In addition, this issue features the following articles:
When ICE Comes to Visit: Simple Ways to Protect Yourself from Criminal Liability in a Time of Increased Immigration Enforcement - Federal agencies have stepped up prosecutions of U.S. employers found to be knowingly employing unauthorized workers.
Tax Changes for Small Business - During 2010, new laws created or expanded deductions and credits that small businesses and self-employed individuals should consider when completing their tax returns and making business decisions.
The Correlation Between Structure and Movement in Racehorses - In a racehorse, conformation can make the difference in whether a horse runs fast or slow, or puts too much effort into wasted motion and tires more readily.
Stall Rest After Injury or Surgery - Many Factors can impact how stall rest affects a racehorse after injury or surgery.
You can also read the articles and department of the issue on the "Horsemen's Journal" section of the National HBPA website at www.nationalhbpa.com/HorsemensJournalDisplay.asp.
Posted by National HBPA at 7:57 AM