World Equine Veterinary Association

Articles by WEVA

Diagnosing Poor Performance: A Case Report

Here's how veterinarians diagnosed and treated a Warmblood that stopped intermittently when working under saddle. Read More

Colt or Filly? Breeders Soon Might be Able to Choose

Researchers are studying whether magnetic nanoparticles could effectively separate "X" and "Y" stallion spermatozoa. Read More

Call for Abstracts for 2018 WEVA Congress

The 15th biennial WEVA Congress will take place April 21-23 in Beijing, in the Peoples Republic of China. Read More

Equine Intra-Articular Osteoarthritis Treatment Options

Pharmacological osteoarthritis therapy focuses on preventing or reducing pain and improving joint function. Read More

2018 WEVA Congress Approaching

The 2018 World Equine Veterinary Association (WEVA) Congress will take place April 21-23 in Beijing, China. Read More

Vets With Horsepower Wrap Up Eastern European Tour

These vets go on annual motorcycle tours to deliver continuing professional development and raise funds for charities. Read More

Correcting Equine Nasal Collapse Caused by Nerve Damage

Learn how veterinarians treated an 18-month-old Andalusian colt that suffered nasal collapse after a training accident. Read More

Racing's Future Without Fatal Fractures: Science Fiction?

A veterinarian with a focus on racehorses shares thoughts on how to reduce the number of catastrophic injuries. Read More

What is Equine Otohematoma?

Equine otohematoma is an uncommon ear condition affecting horses of all ages. Here's what to know about it. Read More

Your Sick Horse Might Need Fluids. Here's Why

Enteral and/or intravenous fluid administration can be a crucial part of supporting sick foals and horses. Read More

Nasal Bleeding: Vets, What's Your Diagnosis and Treatment?

Learn how a veterinarian diagnosed and treated an ethmoid hematoma in a Quarter Horse gelding. Read More

Latvian Equine Veterinary Association Joins WEVA

Also, learn about the Latvian Horse, which is used in disciplines such as dressage, pleasure riding, jumping, and more. Read More

Cancer in Horses

New methods to facilitate cancer diagnosis in horses as early, simply, and accurately as possible are needed. Read More

AMMVEE Hosts Annual Convention

The event's focus was equine welfare in honor of Dr. Aline Schunemann de Aluja, a pioneer of equine welfare in Mexico Read More

Przewalski's Horse Populations in Hungary

More than 310 of the world's 1,900 Przewalski's horses live in the breeding herd in Hungary's Hortobagy National Park. Read More

Why Freeze Stallion Semen?

There are other reasons for freezing a stallion's semen besides export or transport. Read More

Why Freeze Stallion Semen?

There are other reasons for freezing a stallion's semen besides export or transport. Read More

Assessing Equine Welfare Objectively

The key is not to point out what is right or wrong, but what changes to make to improve horse and human welfare alike. Read More

The Equine Upper Airway: How It Works and What Goes Wrong

Diseases and abnormalities of the upper airway are some of the main reasons for poor performance in sport horses. Read More

What is Big-Head Disease?

This condition, caused by an unbalanced diet, can have serious musculoskeletal implications for affected horses. Read More

WEVA Holds Intermediate Meetings

So far this year WEVA has held meetings in Heilan and Beijing, China; Cluj-Napoca, Romania; and Moscow, Russia. Read More

Equine Epistaxis: What You Need to Know

Causes of epistaxis--bleeding from the nose--can range from mild to life-threatening conditions. Here's what to know. Read More

Flying Horses: What to Consider

Be mindful of the associated health risks and understand how to best manage your horse before and after air travel. Read More

Equine Pain Management: History and New Advances

For years veterinarians' options were limited, but new products are helping them control horses' pain better than ever. Read More

Protecting Wild Horses in Patagonia, Chile

Learn about the wild horses and how a nonprofit organization and a veterinary association are working to protect them. Read More