Two More EHV-1-Positive Horses at Remington Park Racetrack
One horse in the quarantine barn and a horse in a different barn tested positive for EHV-1, but they have no clinical signs or fever.

Two additional horses are positive for EHV-1 at Remington Park, but neither horse has clinical signs or a fever. Google maps

The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture reported that a second horse in the quarantined barn at Remington Park Racetrack has tested positive for EHV-1. The horse is clinically normal and does not have a fever.

A third horse in a different barn at the racetrack has also tested positive for EHV-1. This horse is also clinically normal and does not have a fever. The barn where this horse resides has been quarantined.

About 100 horses at the racetrack have been exposed.

Information for this report was provided by the Equine Disease Communication Center.

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