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Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation
Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation:
Dedicated to horse adoption and retirement. Recognized as a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization.

Illinois Horse Stables: Illinois Horse Stables organized by city.

Midwest Stables Directory
Midwest Stables Directory:
The Midwest Horse Stables Directory is a listing of horse stables and boarding farms, riding information, and related operations in and around the Midwest, Chicago area, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana. (and farther afield)

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Russellville Manor is a full service equestrian facility offering boarding, training,  riding lessons, and on-site trails. We cater to horse enthusiasts from the pleasure rider through the A circuit. 
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Horse News
Sat, 1 Dec 2007 20:17:18 +0000

Does tryptophan calm horses?
Research suggests that a single dose of tryptophan does not have a calming effect on horses....
Sat, 1 Dec 2007 20:13:11 +0000

Do horses suffer from jet lag?
Recent studies suggest that horses are better able than humans to readjust to a sudden change in daylight hours...
Sat, 29 Sep 2007 09:49:53 +0000

Fetal gender determines weaning age in zebra.
According to studies in captive zebra mares in the Czech Republic, the gender of the mares unborn foal can influence the time of weaning.
Tue, 24 Jul 2007 00:40:48 +0000

What colors do horses see?
How do horses see color? Dr Evelyn Hanggi and Jerry Ingersoll of the Equine Research Foundation, Aptos, California, with the help of Terrace L Waggoner of the Eye Clinic at the Naval Hospital at Pensacola, Florida, performed a study to investigate what colors horses could distinguish.
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