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Sarah Radford 10:56 - 15 August, 2016
Post mortem results have revealed an underlying defect was probably behind the death of a pony in this year’s Mongol Derby.
The mount of British dressage rider Tatiana Mountbatten died suddenly on day seven of the 1,000km horse race (August 10]), between urtuus (horse stations) 23 and 24.
Investigating vet Dr Jeremy Hubert found a massive diaphragmatic rupture, which he attributed to either a congenital defect or the legacy of an old kick injury.
“He found it unlikely that the rupture could have been the result of strenuous exercise. There is no evidence to suggest that anything Tatiana did while under saddle caused the rupture,” said Katy Willings in a statement from organisers The Adventurists HQ...
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Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Underlying defect likely to have caused Mongol Derby horse death
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