Mayo Clinic for Horses?

Now I’ve seen everything.

Tuesday’s Seattle Post-Intelligencer has a special report under the headline “At Pegasus, Mayo Clinic for Thoroughbreds Meets the Four Seasons,” with this as the lead:

REDMOND — The sign on the iron gate at the end of 260th Place Northeast spells P-E-G-A-S-U-S in such a way that a visitor concludes that what’s to come is something special.

Special, indeed.

Pass through the gate and what comes into view on about 100 well-groomed acres on a bluff above the Snoqualmie River Valley and the town of Carnation is a complex — the Pegasus Equine Rehabilitation and Training Center — that has to be the equine equivalent of the Mayo Clinic augmented by five-star luxury.

I’m glad I work at the Mayo Clinic for people, and that at least the P-I also runs our syndicated Medical Edge newspaper column, which is offered through Tribune Media Services.

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Author: Lee Aase

Husband of one, father of six, grandfather of 13. Chancellor Emeritus, SMUG. By day I'm the Director of the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network. Whatever I say here is my personal opinion, and doesn't reflect the positions of my employer.

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