One horse in Florida has tested positive for strangles, and two horses are suspected positive. In Citrus County, a 30-year-old Quarter Horse mare tested positive on January 10 after developing clinical signs on December 19, including cough, fever and lymphadenopathy. She is currently affected and alive, and 15 horses have been exposed.

In Santa Rosa County, a mare is suspected positive after developing mucopurulent nasal discharge and lymphadenopathy. The farm is under investigation by the county, and testing status is unknown. Two other horses have been exposed to the sick horse.

In Hillsborough County, a 6-year-old mare is suspected positive. She developed clinical signs, including mucopurulent nasal discharge and lymphadenopathy, on January 14. The horse is under official quarantine pending laboratory confirmation. It is unknown if other horses were exposed.


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