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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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"Offering Professional, Caring instruction  in a positive and friendly environment"
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
Fri, 28 Dec 2007 01:01:25 +0000

Insulin and laminitis
Work at the University of Queensland has shown that prolonged high levels of insulin can induce laminitis ...
Sat, 29 Sep 2007 09:53:08 +0000

Treating back pain.
A possible new treatment for back pain associated with arthritis of these joints has been suggested by work at the French National Veterinary School of Alfort.
Tue, 26 Jun 2007 21:27:17 +0000

Virginiamycin and lamintis research.
Do you have horse that suffers from laminitis? Do you give Founderguard (TM) to try to prevent it recurring? If so, researchers at London’s Royal Veterinary College would like to hear from you.
Mon, 4 Jun 2007 22:15:02 +0000

Supraspinous ligament damage - a pain in the back?
Signs of damage to the supraspinous ligament are often found in horses with back pain. But how significant are these changes?
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