That’s my horse!

EQUUS - - Letters -

I have been a sub­scriber to EQUUS from the very be­gin­ning and look for­ward to re­ceiv­ing my copy ev­ery month. Imag­ine my sur­prise when I opened the July 2017 is­sue and saw a photo of my horse in it! Your ar­ti­cle on how long EHV-1 sur­vives in wa­ter (“EHV-1 Vi­a­bil­ity Has Im­pli­ca­tions for Biose­cu­rity,” Med­i­cal Front, EQUUS 478) fea­tures a pho­to­graph of two Amer­i­can Sad­dle­breds touch­ing noses over a wa­ter trough.

The horses are Roy­al­crest’s Rock Is­land (Tucker) on the left, owned by me, and Wit’s Worth (Mikey) on the right, owned by Su­san FossPhe­ley. The photo was taken by Jeff

Banks on a wine-ride in the Liver­more Val­ley in Cal­i­for­nia. If we had known about the in­for­ma­tion in this ar­ti­cle then, we might not have had our horses at the trough! Su­san Val­ley Alamo, Cal­i­for­nia

Long­time EQUUS reader Sue Val­ley and her horse,Tucker (left), pose with Sue Phe­ley and Mikey. A photo of the horses ap­peared in the July is­sue of EQUUS.

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