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The Thoroughbred mare Camille gained acceptance into the Hanoverian studbook. She is fed KER-formulated products.

The Thoroughbred mare Camille (Prize Ring/Crystal Glen-Rotunda), owned by Neil and Mary O'Connor, was the highest scoring non-Hanoverian mare at the American Hanoverian Society and Mid-Atlantic Hanoverian Breeders Club Mare Performance Test, Inspection and Foal Registration, held November 7 and 8 at Morven Park in Leesburg, VA.

Camille was accepted into the Hanoverian studbook, and her offspring are eligible to receive Hanoverian approval upon inspection.

Camille is the dam of O'Connor's two-year-old filly named As Di Ani Z and a 2010 colt named As Di Valentia, recently purchased by Diane Halpin of Great Falls, VA. Both youngsters are sired by the jumper stallion As Di Villagana. The colt was at Camille's side during the inspection, and he was accepted and branded as Hanoverian.

One product used by the O'Connors is Re-Leve.

Neil and Mary use several KER products on their horses, including Re-Leve and EquiShure. KER Team Member CFC Farm and Home Center provides scientifically formulated feeds for all of the horses managed by the O'Connors.

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