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AAEP Aims to Enhance Horse Health, Racing Integrity

The 'Prescription for Racing Reform' seeks non-race day EIPH treatments, supports a 48-hour NSAID rule, and more. Read More

Wet Spring, High Mosquito Numbers Could Mean More WNV

Horse owners should take steps to protect their animals, including vaccinating and implementing insect control measures. Read More

Old Friends Receives ASPCA 'Rescuing Racers' Grant

The $15,000 grant will be used to construct new run-in sheds on Old Friends' expanded Georgetown, Kentucky, facility. Read More

Kentucky Equine Networking Association Returns Aug. 18

The Aug. 18 lecture topic will be "Biosecurity and Vaccination: Evaluating Flu and Herpes Risk." Read More

Operation Gelding Receives Grant From AAEP

The AAEP has awarded the Unwanted Horse Coalition a grant of $5,000 to be put towards its Operation Gelding fund. Read More

FEI Lifts Provisional Suspensions on Guerdat, Bichsel

Both riders had been provisionally suspended after their horses tested positive for prohibited substances. Read More

FEI Lifts United Arab Emirates Suspension

The move follows an investigation into horse welfare issues and noncompliance with FEI endurance rules and regulations. Read More

All Texas Vesicular Stomatitis Quarantines Released

The final premises released was in Ward County, approximately 30 miles north of Fort Stockton. Read More

Trainer Amoss to Serve 45-Day Suspension in Indiana

Thoroughbred trainer Tom Amoss was suspended for 45 days and fined $5,000 for a 2011 positive test for methocarbamol. Read More

McClure is Iowa's First Specialist in Sports Medicine, Rehab

Scott McClure, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVS, ACVSMR is an equine veterinarian at Iowa State's Lloyd Veterinary Medical Center. Read More

First Colorado Horse of 2015 Infected with WNV

Officials say a horse in Boulder County has been diagnosed with West Nile Virus (WNV). Read More

Additional WNV, EEE Cases Reported in Texas Horses

A south Texas horse tested positive for WNV while the EEE cases were found in the eastern part of the state. Read More

Queensland Reports First Equine Hendra Case of 2015

Testing confirmed that a horse residing in the Atherton Tablelands died from the virus earlier this week. Read More

Colorado VS: Six Counties Now Affected

Facilities in Delta, La Plata, Larimer, Las Animas, Montezuma, and Montrose counties are under quarantine. Read More

BLM Hearing to Address Wild Horses and Motorized Equipment

The BLM Montana will hold a public hearing July 31 to address the use of motor vehicles in managing wild horses. Read More

Keeneland: New Sales Condition Regarding Anabolic Steroids

Buyers can have yearlings and horses in training to be exported to Great Britain tested for anabolic steroids. Read More

Six New Vets Selected for AAEP Foundation Scholarships

Recipients are evaluated on academics, leadership, and involvement in activities benefiting horses' health and welfare. Read More

New Kentucky Database Lists Lost, Abandoned Horses

Kentuckians whose horses have gone missing can now search for them online using a new database. Read More

Kentucky Derby Winner War Emblem to Old Friends

The winner of the 2002 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes is slated to return from Japan in September. Read More

Washington Confirms First Equine WNV Case of 2015

The unvaccinated 5-year-old Quarter Horse gelding from Kennewick is recovering. Read More

Swiss Jumping Horses Test Positive for Prohibited Substances

Codeine, oripavine, and morphine were found in samples from three jumping horses. Read More

It's Not Too Late to Vaccinate Horses Against EEE, WNV

There's still time to take steps to protect your horse from these two potentially deadly mosquito-borne diseases. Read More

BLM is Seeking Information on Utah Wild Horse Shooting

A 14-year-old palomino stallion was killed with a small caliber gun. Investigators are searching for those responsible. Read More

BLM Nevada Begins Wood Hills Area Water, Bait Trap Gather

The BLM said the wild horses are residing largely on private lands outside the herd management area boundary. Read More

TERF Announces $100,000 Commitment to Penn Vet

The TERF Opportunity Scholarship Fund will support students, with a preference for those interested in equine medicine. Read More