URGENT NEWS ALERT

27 August 2007

Due to the seriousness of the Equine Influenza epidemic, Plaintree Farms has decided to initiate a full lock down for all horses entering and leaving the farm until the official all-clear is given.

This means that all clients, visitors and service personnel will not be allowed to visit the farm until the situation is clear.

Equine influenza is a national emergency that has placed the Australian horse industry at grave risk. We ask for your full understanding and support in this matter.

Heather and David Pascoe

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Of all animals kept for the recreation of mankind,
the horse is alone capable of exciting a passion that shall be absolutely hopeless.

—Bret Harte