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Don’t forget to take precautionary measures against VS!
Multiple horses have been confirmed of being infected with Vesicular Stomatitis in Sandoval County.Implement a good fly and mosquito program at your barns and check for signs on all horses. Signs can include blisters around the lips, nose or sheath; lesions in the mouth; or ulceration and erosion of the coronary bands. If you suspect your horse of having Vs, call a vet immediately.The following link has more information on VS. https://www.merckvetmanual.com/generalized-conditions/vesicular-stomatitis/overview-of-vesicular-stomatitis It’s always good to get ahead of it…
Executive Director Position Available
New Mexico Horsemen's Association
Executive Director Position AvailableQualifications:College Degree/ExperienceComputer LiterateAbility to supervise, analyze policies, draft reports and accounting skillsTravel required within New MexicoRiside in Albuquerque AreaKnowledge of the racing industryPublic SpeakingSalary range $55k - $65kSubmit Resumes online to: firstname.lastname@example.orgOr send by mail to:New Mexico Horsemen's AssociationPO Box 8695Albuquerque, NM 87198*Resumes must be received by July 31 Download a Printable version of the flyer: