The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest is proud to its strong link to the educational and equine organizations all around the world. In the frame of its good relationships, the SOREC’s director, Omar Skalli paid a visit to the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest Experimental farm and the Department and Clinic of Equine Medicine at Üllő.
SOREC was created in 2003 under the supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries in Morocco. SOREC has become the main organization in the Moroccan equine sector. Its mission is to supervise the breeding and improvement of the horse race in national stallion farms.
SOREC has become the main organization in the Moroccan equine sector. Its mission is to supervisor the breeding and improvement of the horse race in national stud farms. Constructs and operates horse facilities in Morocco and responsible for the organization of horse races at racetracks and for the management of horse games. The main ambition is to highlight the Moroccan horse heritage and make the sector successful again.
In the past few years, the equine industry has experienced a very positive evolution. SOREC is working to maintain this development and strengthen the link between Moroccans with the horses.
A broken leg often can be painful and even life-threatening for the horse. In the recent years, thanks to the advances in veterinary technologies and techniques some horses can be saved and may even be able to return to their work but saving every horse with a surgery are still far away.
As breaks are most common in racehorses it was an excellent opportunity for the Moroccan delegation to exchange information and share ideas regarding the university’s bone surgery technique, which is unique in the world.
We were pleased to welcome the SOREC at our University and we hope we could maintain a fruitful collaboration between the two well-recognized organization.