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post #51 of 52 Old 01-08-2013, 11:38 PM
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^^Your horse won't test positive for Coggins, they can have a positive coggins, which means they have the disease Equine Infectious Anemia.
Too true, too true. But typing out Equine Infectious Anemia on an iPad is exhausting, and it's really hard to spell!
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post #52 of 52 Old 01-09-2013, 12:47 AM
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There was a Coggins positive horse at the therapeutic riding centre I work/volunteer at who lived with the rest of the horses (about 10 or so) until he passed away. That was quite a few years ago. The horses were all Coggins tested last spring and all had negative results. That's the only instance on a Coggins positive horse that I've encountered here, as most people are pretty stringent about having the testing done on a regular basis. We don't have any laws surrounding the testing, however it is mandatory for shows.

I don't know much about EIA, except for the part that horses should be tested, and that a horse coming up positive is bad news. Research time!
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