Ancient horse DNA reveals gene flow between North American and Eurasian horses

New findings show connections between the ancient horse populations in North America, where horses evolved, and Eurasia, where they were domesticated. By UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA - SANTA CRUZ MAY 19, 2021 Cross-posted from SciTechDaily.com » A new study of ancient DNA from horse fossils found in North America and Eurasia shows that horse populations on the two… Continue reading Ancient horse DNA reveals gene flow between North American and Eurasian horses

Indian horses before Columbus

We were sent a link to this article, which we introduce to you below. It comes from the MarcoPoloinSeattle.com website. There are many scholarly and scientific theories on the origin and evolution of horses in North America. Which one do you rely on? According to most leading scholars in history, anthropology and geography, none of… Continue reading Indian horses before Columbus

Drugs and Horse Racing: Shades of Gray and the Triangle of Deceit

Special Report WRITTEN BY JANE ALLIN Shades of Gray A recent Paulick Report article, “Racing Medication and Its 'Shades of Gray'” authored by veterinarian Scott Palmer, Director of the New Jersey Equine Clinic and former chairman of the AAEP’s Racing Committee, is somewhat amusing as it alludes to the notion that North America is close… Continue reading Drugs and Horse Racing: Shades of Gray and the Triangle of Deceit