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Indiana Drug Test Audit: Seven Missed Positives in 26 Days

The IHRC's former primary laboratory missed seven positive drug tests, including one for a Class 1 drug. Read More

University of Bristol Installs Equine Standing MRI Unit

The MRI unit adds to the school’s imaging modalities, including a CT, radiography, nuclear scintigraphy, and more. Read More

Mississippi State Vets Devise Standing Eye Removal Technique

The procedure is designed to minimize surgical stress and complications associated with enucleations. Read More

Too Much Pasture can Lead to Laminitis

Manage pastures and horses' grazing times carefully to help reduce the risk of laminitis, a painful hoof condition. Read More

Kentucky Livestock Investigation Training Scheduled

The Kentucky Horse Council's livestock investigation training will take place Aug. 5-7 at Morehead State University. Read More

Racehorse Welfare, Safety Summit to be Live-Streamed Online

Among the topics to be covered are racetrack surfaces, injury databases, continuing education, and post-mortem programs. Read More

Cheryl Erpelding Receives 2015 AHP Chris Brune Spirit Award

The award is presented to the member who has done the most to assist and support American Horse Publications. Read More

Notice on Importing Horses to Canada from the United States

New import requirements are in place in response to recent equine vesicular stomatitis (VS) cases in the United States. Read More

Canadian Horse Industry Showcase Launched

Attendees can take a behind-the-scenes tour through the Ontario Veterinary College, Equine Guelph, and more. Read More

Brennan Equine Welfare Fund Announces 2015 Grants

Fifteen equine rescue, rehabilitation, retraining, and placement facilities will receive grants. Read More

UHC Meets, Celebrates 10th Anniversary

The Unwanted Horse Coalition (UHC) met June 15 during the American Horse Council's 2015 annual meeting. Read More

Kentucky Horse Park Transitioning to Black Fencing

The park is making this transition due to the economic and operational realities of maintaining white fencing. Read More

AHC's 2015 Issues Forum in the Books

Speakers from the federal government and the horse industry presented at the American Horse Council's forum on June 16. Read More

Vesicular Stomatitis Confirmed in Two Colorado Counties

Horses in Montrose and Delta counties tested positive for vesicular stomatitis (VS) on July 2. Read More

UHC Releases New Brochure on Gelding and Spaying

The brochure highlights the importance of castration as it pertains to responsible ownership and unwanted horses. Read More

Moore Named Dean of OSU College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Rustin Moore's clinical interests include equine lameness, surgery, and colic. Read More

Horse Owners Should Take Precautions Against EEE, WNV

Vaccinating, eliminating standing water, and stalling horses can reduce the risk of mosquito-borne disease. Read More

TCA Announces June Award of Merit Winners

The Louisiana Horse Rescue Association and LoneStar Outreach to Place Ex-Racers received awards in June. Read More

Rotational Deworming can Promote Drug Resistant Parasites

Many veterinarians now recommend using fecal egg counts to determine your horse's deworming needs. Read More

Groups Join Coalition for Horse Racing Integrity

The coalition supports national oversight of uniform medication standards in Thoroughbred racing. Read More

Black Elected American Horse Council Chairman

Jerry Black, DVM, was elected June 15 at the American Horse Council's annual meeting in Washington, D.C.. Read More

Circle Oak Equine Adds Surgery and Imaging Center

The practice, located in Petaluma, California, also offers equine sports medicine and rehab services. Read More

Horse Owners: There's Still Time to Take Action Against WNV

Vaccination and good horse and pest management can help protect horses from WNV during peak mosquito season. Read More

Lawrence Receives Equine Nutrition Research Award

Laurie Lawrence, PhD, was recognized for her professional achievements in the equine industry. Read More

Ohio Racing Officials Discuss Horse Fatalities, Cobalt Study

In May four Thoroughbreds and two Standardbreds suffered catastrophic breakdowns at Ohio racetracks. Read More