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Looker’s Success Story

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Looker’s Success Story
Looker's History Looker, an 11-year old chestnut Dutch Warmblood, is one of Aleta McCormick’s many “backyard research projects.” What makes his story special and unique is that his rehabilitation program formula is the outgrowth and culmination of many years of experimental, trial-and-error hands-on work with her own horses and their injuries. Looker was the first…
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Lexington’s Success Story

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Lexington’s Success Story
  As told by Aleta McCormick Omni Equus Research Center (O.E.R.C.) has accepted its first rescue horse rehabilitation research project - - an elderly horse named Lexington. Lexington is a big, 17-hand, almost solid chestnut Thoroughbred gelding with one small white ankle sock on his rear foot. His life story is vague and varied. He…
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Noble

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Noble
Photo taken November 2015 When I first met Noble, he had no left hind end. It was completely atrophied away! It was heartbreaking to see this once beautiful 3 year old stallion so crippled and deformed. Noble had been in training at the race track and due to simple knee surgery, he was sent home…
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