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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Spring 2011 Issue of The Horsemen's Journal in the Mail

Horsemen  and women - watch your mailboxes. As you are reading this, the Spring 2011 issue of The Horsemen's Journal is in the mail to the over 25,000 owners and trainers that make up the National HBPA's membership.

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.

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