Horse survives fire and may compete in Olympics

01/13/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Neville Bardos, a horse that survived a barn fire that killed several other horses and leveled the barn, is a contender for international horse of the year. He returned to competing in equine eventing just seven months after the fire and has a chance to be in the Olympics. University of Pennsylvania veterinarian Samantha Hart treated Neville's injuries, which included scorched lungs and burns on his body.

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