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Quarantine at FEI World Cup Finals Lifted After Retest

A horse arriving from Europe produced.a "questionable" blood test result, but tested negative on a retest. Read More

FEI Rules on 2016 Prohibited Substance Cases

An endurance rider received a 30-month suspension while a para-equestrian's provisional suspension was lifted. Read More

Sunland Park Reaccredited by NTRA Safety, Integrity Alliance

The alliance is designed to establish standards and practices to promote safety and integrity in horse racing. Read More

Participation Sought in National Equine Health Survey

British horse owners and keepers are urged to take part in the National Equine Health Survey from May 22-29. Read More

How to Put Weight Back On Your Horse

Feeding the correct type of calories wisely can help promote weight gain and improved body condition. Read More

USEF, AERC Issue Joint Statement on Endurance Horse Welfare

The groups expressed "alarm over continued disproportionate equine deaths, equine doping, and catastrophic injuries." Read More

On the Road Again: Equine Respiratory Health in the Trailer

Ammonia exposure during transport can have negative effects on the respiratory system. Here's how to control it. Read More

Equine Charities Unite to Put Welfare Policy Into Practice

Brooke, The Donkey Sanctuary, SPANA, and World Horse Welfare will help implement global working equid welfare standards. Read More

Strangles Spread Slowing in Nevada

However, the state agriculture department is still receiving reports of new cases, predominantly in western Nevada. Read More

Denton, County, Texas, EHV Quarantine Released

No other cases of equine herpes myeloencephalopathy, the neurologic disease linked to EHV, have been reported in Texas. Read More

Influenza Confirmed in Horse Stabled Near WEF

The horse, stabled off Winter Equestrian Festival grounds, has been isolated and tested negative for EHV and strangles. Read More

Shake Off the Winter Doldrums and Get Back in the Saddle

Get a head start on readying horses for the warmer weather with these tips. Read More

Rate of Fatal Thoroughbred Racing Injuries Declines Again

The fatal injury rate in Thoroughbred racehorses declined for a fourth consecutive year and has dropped 23% since 2009. Read More

Merck, AVMF Award Scholarships to 34 Veterinary Students

Award recipients are second- and third-year students pursuing careers in companion animal or large animal medicine. Read More

USA Equestrian Trust 2017 Grant Application Period Open

Nonprofit organizations can submit applications for the foundation's 2017 grants program until May 1. Read More

Workshop on Depo for Competition Horses Takes Place March 13

The USEF will review the science and use of medroxyprogesterone acetate (Depo-Provera) in competition horses. Read More

Denny Emerson, Down the Stretch Ranch Receive TCA Award

Award of Merit recipients work to provide a better life for Thoroughbreds or the people working with them. Read More

BLM Conducting Scoping for Wyoming Wild Horse Gather

The BLM estimates it will gather 1,029 horses to achieve appropriate management levels in three herd management areas. Read More

Make Brexit an Opportunity, British Equine Industry Says

Panelists discussed the potential impact on equine trade, identification, biosecurity, competition travel, and more. Read More

Grayson-Jockey Club Board Approves Record Funding in 2017

Study topics include laminitis, EHV, joint treatments, pain management, racehorse injury risk and prevention, and more. Read More

Equine Rescue Pioneer Receives NEF Award

Jim Green received the Sir Colin Spedding Award at the National Equine Forum in the United Kingdom. Read More

ELCR to Conduct Survey of Land Conservation Organizations

The survey will cover organizations' missions, existing partnerships, best practices, successes and failures, and more. Read More

AAEP Publishes Guidelines for Race Day Injury Management

The guidelines provide protocols for appropriate preparation for, response to, and management of on-track injuries. Read More

Feeding Broodmares During Late Gestation

With a rapidly growing foal on board, late gestation can pose nutritional challenges for pregnant mares. Read More

BLM Concludes Cedar Mountain Gather, Removal, PZP Treatment

The BLM permanently removed 306 horses and returned 228 back to the range, including 104 PZP-treated mares. Read More