TryonDailyBulletin.com - Full Article
By Catherine Hunter
Published 8:00 am Wednesday, April 4, 2018
People learn more about WEG equine transport plans
TRYON — Five hundred thousand people and 900 horses are coming to the area in September.
While the sheriff’s office, the state troopers and local fire and rescue departments are working to figure out traffic, local horsemen and equine vets are talking about the horses.
Tryon Equine held an informative discussion about the transport, care and quarantine of the horses coming to the area for the World Equestrian Games in September. Tryon Equine co-owner Anne Baskett, a veterinarian, spoke to a crowd of 50 or more who attended the talk last Wednesday.
“I did not realize all the pieces that had to come together,” Baskett said.
There are more than 100 vets and 75 volunteers involved in assuring the horses’ health and safety during the two-week event in September...
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