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Friday, May 25, 2012

The Interactive, Electronic Edition of The Horsemen's Journal's Summer 2012 Issue Is Now Available



The interactive, electronic version of The Horsemen's Journal's Summer 2012 issue is now available online.  It is  an enhanced version of our Summer 2012 issue, which is mailing this week. To view it, either click here or click on the flipping magazine icon above.

NOTE: As you zoom in and enlarge the text, it becomes increasingly clear. Also, you can click on the headline of any article to view a text-only version, which is particularly mobile device-friendly.
Features in the issue include:
  • The Uncertain and Unknown Road Ahead: Race-Day Medication in the USA - A look at a number of events over the past year that appear to be leading to changes in race-day medication regulations in the U.S.
  • A Review of Efforts to Protect the Health of Jockeys and Horses in Horse Racing - A statement of the National HBPA written for and distributed at the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee Hearing on April 30, 2012.
  • Dynamic Video Endoscopy - An examination of dynamic video endoscopy, which could replace the high-speed treadmill as one of the main options to diagnose upper airway issues over the coming months.
  • Champions of the People: How Jerry Crawford and Dale Romans Stepped in to Save the H-2B Visa Program for Horsemen – The story of how and owner and a trainer stepped up and did what was necessary to protect the industry from detrimental changes to the H-2B Visa Program.
  • Summer Skin Problems - A look at equine skins issues that are particularly problems during the summer months.
  • PLUS all the departments you can always expect: Industry News, HBPA News, Research & Medication Update, Legislative Update, Medication Committee Corner, and Affiliate News from the HBPA affiliates all over North America.
Much more than a PDF, the interactive electronic edition of The Horsemen's Journal includes searchable content and the ability to save, print, email, or share content on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Please enjoy this exciting offering from the National HBPA and share it with anyone you think might enjoy it.

All hyperlinks/URLs and email addresses in the electronic edition are working, clickable links. So be sure to click on some of them - especially those in the advertisements to get more information on the great products and services being offered by the companies supporting your horsemen's organization.

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