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Equine Industry Financial Impact From COVID-19
 By Winniefield Park   •   4th May 2020   •   395 views   •   0 comments


There’s no doubt the competition season has been put on hold, at least in the northern hemisphere, while we deal with the effects of CoVID-19. And that has a lot of repercussions for the horse industry. The possible financial fallout of the lockdowns is also something that those in the horse industry look at with trepidation. How are those in the industry coping? Here’s a small look at the thoughts of one stable owner, as she navigates problems none of us thought we’d have to face.
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