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Nevada Owners Urged to Vaccinate Horses Against WNV

With heavy rain and snowfall earlier in the year, mosquito habitats and breeding sites with standing water are abundant. Read More

Equitation Science Society Position on Training Techniques

The International Equine Science Society released a statement on techniques that could compromise horse welfare. Read More

Genetic Risk Factor for Equine Eye Cancer Identified

Squamous cell carcinoma is the most common cancer found in equine eyes and the second most common equine tumor overall. Read More

USDA Releases Second Report From Equine 2015 Study

The report includes figures on equid use, vaccination, equid mortality rates, EIA testing, and more. Read More

Richardson to Speak on Pool Recovery System During Lecture

Dr. Dean Richardson will describe Penn Vet's system for recovering high-risk horses from anesthesia on June 6. Read More

BLM Resumes Emergency Wild Horse Gather Near Boone Spring

The BLM is gathering horses due to a lack of water sources in the area. Read More

Pan Am Conference Wraps Up With Anti-Doping Insights

The conference concluded with presentations by individuals from inside and outside the Thoroughbred industry. Read More

BEVA Issues New Guidelines on Managing Equine Risks

The guides are designed to help equine veterinarians assess and manage risks with horses. Read More

Cloud Computing Conquers Classic Empire in Preakness Stakes

The lightly raced colt edged 2-1 second betting choice Classic Empire by a head in the race's last strides. Read More

Advocates Stress Responsibility at Racehorse Aftercare Forum

Advocates emphasized owner responsibility and humane treatment and shared insights on racehorse retirement programs. Read More

AQHA Executive Committee Approves Welfare Recommendations

Recommendations include adding to the forbidden drugs or substances list, creating educational efforts, and more. Read More

Know the Signs of EPM, a Master of Disguise

With an early diagnosis and prompt treatment, horses can improve significantly and could return to normal activity. Read More

Washington Owners Urged to Vaccinate Horses Against WNV

In 2016 Washington had 27 confirmed equine WNV cases, seven of which died or were euthanized. Read More

Royal Mo Sustains Injury During Preakness Workout

Royal Mo fractured a sesamoid bone and was transported to PennVet's New Bolton Center for treatment on Sunday. Read More

BLM Pauses Emergency Wild Horse Gather

Thus far, the BLM has transported 70 horses from the water trap site to the Indian Lakes Facility in Fallon, Nevada. Read More

NTRA Safety, Integrity Alliance Reaccredits Monmouth Park

Monmouth Park first received accreditation shortly after the alliance's inception in 2009. Read More

BVA: Vets Vital in Post-Brexit Animal Health, Welfare Vision

Around 50% of veterinarians registering to practice in the U.K. are from overseas, with most coming from the EU. Read More

AHP Names the 2017 Student Travel Award Winners

Annise Montplaisir, Taylor Pence, and Kaycie Timm will receive a $750 travel award to attend the 2017 AHP conference. Read More

EIA, EHM, Strangles Confirmed in Colorado Horses

The state Department of Agriculture is working with the equine industry and veterinarians to contain the diseases. Read More

BLM Begins Emergency Wild Horse Gather in Nevada

The BLM will remove about 60 horses from private land near Boone Springs due to a projected lack of water this summer. Read More

FEI Tribunal Lifts Provisional Suspensions on 11 Athletes

Provisional suspensions were also lifted from three trainers and two horses. Read More

Wisconsin Owners Urged to Vaccinate Horses

In 2016 Wisconsin confirmed 19 EEE cases and seven WNV cases in horses. Read More

Supplement Contamination Caused Positive Test Results

A Cargill product, Progressive Nutrition Soothing Pink, was found to contain the banned substance ractopamine. Read More

EIA-Positive Horse Identified in Colorado

The horse has been euthanized and the index facility has been quarantined pending results of further testing. Read More

2017 BEVA Congress Registration Open

Those who register before Aug. 3 will receive significantly reduced booking fees. Read More