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New Research Sheds Light on Tendon Injuries in Old Horses

The tendon's interfascicular matrix stiffens as it ages, making older horses more susceptible to injury. Read More

Equine Guelph Launches Horse Health Tracker App

The app is designed to let owners assess horses’ health data and share it with the animals' healthcare teams. Read More

BLM to Offer Wild Horses, Burros at Extreme Mustang Makeover

The Extreme Mustang Makeover will take place April 24-25 in Queen Creek, Arizona. Read More

Equine Rescue Groups to Compete to Help At-Risk Horses

More than 100 participants will take part in the ASPCA's 2015 Help a Horse Day grants contest. Read More

Bogers Receives $15,000 Elaine Klein Development Award

Dr. Sophie H. Bogers' research focuses on using stem cells to treat osteoarthritis in horses. Read More

AAEP Announces Continuing Education Opportunities for Vets

Topics will include lower limb lameness, ophthalmology, ambulatory practice, and poor performance. Read More

BLM Seeks Input on Proposed 2015 Pryor Mountain Horse Gather

The proposed gather would result in the removal of about 30 young horses from the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range. Read More

NASC Opens to Members, Continues Quality Seal Program

Membership is designed to provide animal supplement providers access to regulatory guidance, the council said. Read More

Montgomery County, Maryland, Horse Tests Positive for EHV-1

A horse tested positive for neurologic equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1) and is being treated by a private veterinarian. Read More

BLM Selects Three for Wild Horse, Burro Advisory Board

June Sewing, Jennifer Sall, and Julie M. Weikel, DVM, will each serve a three-year term on the advisory board. Read More

RMTC Approves GABA Threshold

The group approved a uniform testing threshold of 110 parts per billion in blood for the amino acid GABA. Read More

Vaccinate Horses Against West Nile Virus Now

Horses require two doses of the West Nile vaccine initially, and then boosters at least annually. Read More

Equine Professionals Hope to Expand the Horse Industry

More than 400 stables and professionals have signed up for the Time to Ride Challenge since registration opened March 1. Read More

Rood & Riddle Named Official Breeders' Cup Equine Hospital

Rood & Riddle is the official equine hospital of the Breeders' Cup and title sponsor of the 2015 post-position draw. Read More

Behind the Scenes: Transporting Elite Equine Athletes by Air

Get the scoop on what went in to transporting 40 horses from Europe to Las Vegas for the upcoming FEI World Cup Finals. Read More

Tips for a Successful Spring Turnout

Here's how to ensure your horse receives ample nutrition and stays healthy while grazing spring pasture. Read More

AVC to Host Workshop on Equine Welfare

Dr. Kathleen MacMillan will speak on equine welfare April 14 at 7 p.m. at the Atlantic Veterinary College. Read More

Freeman Named Appleton Professor at University of Florida

Dr. David Freeman's research interests include treatment of diseases that cause colic in horses. Read More

Eventer Ashker to Present at Thoroughbreds For All Event

Three-day eventer Laine Ashker will speak at the event taking place April 24 at West Wind Farm in Lexington, Kentucky. Read More

Richardson to Discuss 'Fixing Broken Horses'

Dr. Dean Richardson will present examples of current state-of-the-art equine fracture treatments. Read More

Winner of 2015 Annual Equine Industry Vision Award Selected

The winner will be announced June 19 during the AHP Tally-Ho at the Alamo Seminar in San Antonio, Texas. Read More

Ohio Adopts 'Use of the Whip' Rule for Standardbreds

While there are already regulations in place for whip use in harness races, the new rule is more restrictive. Read More

BLM Colorado Seeks Comment on Proposed Wild Horse Gather

The BLM is seeking public comments on a proposal to gather excess wild horses in northwest Colorado. Read More

Equine Canada, Government Developing Biosecurity Standard

The farm-level biosecurity standard is designed to help protect Canada's equine industry from animal diseases. Read More

TAHC Releases All EHV Quarantines in Galveston County

Three Galveston County, Texas, horses previously tested positive for equine herpesvirus (EHV). Read More