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Dr. Harry Werner Named AAEP Distinguished Life Member

The award honors an AAEP member who has made outstanding contributions to the association throughout their career. Read More

Ryerss Farm for Aged Equines Awarded AAEP 2017 Lavin Cup

The Lavin Cup honors a nonveterinary organization or individual that works to improve equine welfare. Read More

Infectious Disease Expert Named AAEP Distinguished Educator

Dr. Peter Timoney received the honor for his contributions to the body of knowledge on equine infectious diseases. Read More

Grice, Brown Receive 2017 AAEP President's Award

Reynolds Cowles, DVM, 2017 AAEP president, selected Amy Grice, VMD, MBA, and Stuart Brown, DVM, to receive the award. Read More

Collins Receives AAEP 'Beyond the Call' Award

Dr. Nancy Collins received the award for her commitment to improving equine welfare and the lives of others. Read More

BLM Concludes Emergency Nevada Wild Horse Gather

Forage and water sources were scarce after the Fox and Lake Range Herd Management Area was burned by wildfire. Read More

Three Join AAEP Board of Directors

Duane Chappell, DVM; Foster Northrop, DVM; and Deborah Spike-Pierce, DVM, MBA, will serve three-year terms. Read More

Oregon Equine Reproduction Specialist Named AAEP Treasurer

Lisa Metcalf, MS, DVM, Dipl. ACT, founding owner of Honahlee, PC, an equine reproduction facility in Sherwood, Oregon. Read More

FEI, Glasgow Extend Equine Injury Research Agreement

The FEI and the University of Glasgow will further develop the Global Endurance Injuries Study. Read More

Colic Researcher Named Past Presidents' Research Fellow

Dr. Anje Bauck received the 2017 AAEP Foundation Past Presidents' Research Fellow for her equine colic surgery research. Read More

Sears Awarded EQUUS Foundation Research Fellow

Dr. Kelly Sears' equine piroplasmosis research resulted in the discovery of a new Theileria organism. Read More

BI Announces 2017 Equine Research Award Recipients

The "Advancement in Equine Research Award" gives $45,000 for infectious disease research. Read More

Tips for Preparing Your Horse Barn for Winter

Check your hay supply, ensure water sources will remain thawed, be sure pasture fencing is secure, and more. Read More

Monthly Equine Wellness Tips

Find a year's worth of tips to keep your horse healthy in every season. Read More

FEI: Two Horses Test Positive for Banned Substances

An endurance horse and a jumping horse tested positive for ractopamine and o-desmethyltramadol, respectively. Read More

USEF Adds Autofill to Online MPA Disclosure Form

Equestrians must report MPA (or Depo-Provera) administration within 90 days before a USEF-licensed competition. Read More

Selenium and Cribbing: Is There a Relationship?

Researchers found that the cribbers in their study were deficient in selenium. Read More

Asiatic Wild Ass Returns to Kazakhstan's Central Steppes

For the first time in more than a century kulan (or Asiatic wild asses) are residing on Kazakhstan's central steppes. Read More

WinStar, Grayson-Jockey Club Partner for Giving Tuesday

WinStar will sponsor of the WinStar-Grayson #GivingTuesday Challenge, to be held on Nov. 28. Read More

CCTV to be Added to All English Slaughterhouses in 2018

The goal is to ensure welfare standards for animals--including horses, ponies, and other equids--are met and enforced. Read More

Weiss Named Vice-President of ASPCA Equine Welfare Program

Emily Weiss, PhD, Cert. AAB, will oversee the strategic direction of the equine welfare program. Read More

ISES 2017 Down Under: Let the Show Begin

The International Society for Equitation Science event will take place Nov. 22-25, in New South Wales, Australia. Read More

BLM, University of Wyoming Continue Horse Movement Study

Researchers are now tracking 30 collared mares' movement throughout the Adobe Town herd management area. Read More

Equine Research Could Keep Humans From Getting Hoarse

A technique developed to investigate strangles helped scientists understand the bacteria behind human sore throats. Read More

BLM to Conduct Emergency Gather in Wildfire-Ravaged HMA

Forage and water sources are scarce after Nevada's Fox and Lake Range Herd Management Area was burned by wildfire. Read More