Equine infectious anaemia
in Europe: Time to reexamine the efficacy of monitoring and control protocols?
Teruya Yoshida bought a share in the Peter Schiergentrained filly shortly before she was supplemented for the Arc and, having gone on to land the King George at Ascot the following season, she would have been among the leading contenders in 2012 but was prevented from travelling to Paris following an outbreak of equine infectious anaemia
An outbreak of equine infectious anaemia
in Ireland during 2006: investigation methodology, initial source of infection, diagnosis and clinical presentation, modes of transmission and spread in the Meath cluster.
Yadav has also to his credit the first time in India identification of Equine influenza A, Equine Infectious Anaemia
virus, Equine coital exanthema virus, Equine arthritis virus and Equine rota virus.
Comigel claims it sourced its meat from Romania, which has been subjected to export restrictions due to the prevalence of the viral disease equine infectious anaemia
in the country.
Two years ago, the European y g p Union banned the export of live horses from Romania to prevent the spread of equine infectious anaemia
, a disease also known as swamp fever or horse AIDS.
Aside from the nonappearance of Danedream, as a result of the outbreak of Equine Infectious Anaemia
near her training base in Cologne, the column inches in the build-up to the race have been dominated by the news that Frankie Dettori has been booked by Aidan O'Brien to ride dual classic winner Camelot as the trainer's son Joseph cannot make the 8st 11lb weight on the three-year-old.
DEFRA, the Government's department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, has confirmed that a horse in Cornwall has tested positive for Equine Infectious Anaemia
(EIA), commonly known as 'swamp fever'.
John Graham, 64, owner of Lintonville Stables at Ashington, appeared before South East Northumberland magistrates having brought a horse into the country from Holland with equine infectious anaemia
- commonly known as swamp fever.