Cloned horses create controversy in thoroughbred industry

| November 6, 2012 |
There's no horsing around around at Viagen, a company in Austin, Texas that clones living animals, including horses. People are paying top dollar for foals, who are not bred on the farm but instead inside of a lab.

There’s no horsing around around at Viagen, a company in Austin, Texas that clones living animals, including horses.¬†People are paying top dollar for foals, who are not bred on the farm but instead inside of a lab.

Despite technological advancements, many in the thoroughbred industry are more concerned with upholding tradition.

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