Horse Identification

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Equine Identification: Methods and New Technologies

May 29, 2012

Details on why equine identification is vital to owners, government officials, breed registries, and vets.... Read More

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Heated Debate Over Potential Hot Branding Ban in Germany

May 25, 2012

If the proposal passes German horse breeders will no longer be allowed to brand their horses with a hot iron.... Read More

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Equine Identification: Free Webinar

May 15, 2012

Presenter Monty McInturff, DVM, will detail why equine identification is vital to horse owners and vets.... Read More

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Crisis Communication Planning Resources for Equestrians

May 07, 2012

A catastrophic occurrence can cause nearly irreparable damage to a horse business, event, or brand.... Read More

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KHC Seeking Information on Equine Tornado Victims

April 21, 2012

The number of horses lost or injured as a result of the storms is still uncertain.... Read More

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'Luck' Filming Suspended After Third Horse Dies

March 14, 2012

The animal was being led back to its barn after a veterinary check when the horse reared and fell backwards.... Read More

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British Showjumping Implements Microchip Rule

February 03, 2012

The rule requires newly registered horses and ponies competing in national competitions to be microchipped.... Read More

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Southern Arkansas University Police Seek Horse Thieves

November 04, 2011

The thieves made off several horses from the stables at the school's Magnolia campus earlier this week.... Read More

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Microchipping vs. Branding Horses: Which is Less Stressful?

October 25, 2011

There was no significant difference in stress levels between horses that were branded or microchipped.... Read More

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Search Continues for New York Thoroughbreds Lost in Flood

September 16, 2011

The horses' owner hopes aggressive ground searches will help locate the horses displaced in Hurricane Irene.... Read More

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TAHC Responds to Raging Wildfires Across Texas

September 12, 2011

The wildfires across the state of Texas have necessitated assistance from the Texas Animal Heath Commission.... Read More

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Stolen Horses International Helps Bring Horses Home

September 08, 2011

Stolen Horses International and its companion website NetPosse.com help owners search for missing horses.... Read More

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Texas Wildfires: Too Soon to Know How Many Horses Evacuated

September 06, 2011

Members of Texas' equine community are working together to help horses threatened by raging wildfires.... Read More

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Horse Owners Urged to Prepare for Hurricane Irene

August 25, 2011

Emergency response personnel are urging horse owners in hurricane-prone regions to prepare for the storm.... Read More

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USDA Seeks Comments on Animal Disease Traceability Rule

August 10, 2011

The USDA issued a proposed rule a proposed rule to establish regulations for improving livestock traceability.... Read More

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Be Prepared for Natural Disasters

July 08, 2011

Whether you are responsible for a barn full of horses or one beloved companion, this summer's harsh weather ... Read More

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Iris Scanning Aids in Horse Identification

June 22, 2011

Research has indicated that the horse's eye could be the most telling identifier.... Read More

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Plan Now for Natural Disasters

June 18, 2011

Planning ahead for natural disasters can increase your horse's chance for surviving the storm. ... Read More

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Thousands of Horses At Risk as Mississippi River Swells

May 13, 2011

As Mississippi River floodwaters rise, continuing to threaten parts of Mississippi and Louisiana, hundreds of ... Read More

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Still Little Information on Southern Tornadoes' Impact on Area Equines

April 29, 2011

More than 24 hours after the tornado outbreak touched the South, there was still little news about the twisters' impact on horses residing in the affected areas. ... Read More

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Too Early to Establish Impact of Southern Tornadoes on Horses

April 28, 2011

Something wicked this way came--a tornado outbreak involving more than 160 individual tornadoes, touching down from Mississippi all the up the East Coast. So far, at least 200 people are reported dead, the majority in Alabama. At present, the ... Read More

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AVMA: Disaster Plans Must Include Pets

March 23, 2011

As emergency crews respond to the tsunami crisis in Japan and flooding in California, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) reminds pet owners via video to include pets and livestock in emergency plans. "Taking care of pets can be ... Read More

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The Jockey Club Reduces Price of Microchips

January 04, 2011

The Jockey Club has reduced the price of microchips for sale to interested owners and breeders by 50%, from $20 to $10 per chip. Introduced in March 2008, microchips are not currently a requirement for Thoroughbred registration with The Jockey Club ... Read More

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Search Under Way for Horse Lost in California Flood

December 28, 2010

A California man is hoping a tip will lead to the recovery of his horse that was lost when flooding caused by last week's heavy rains broke down the corral in which the animal was originally located.
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New Equine Surgery Center Set to Open in Kentucky

November 10, 2010

A new equine surgery and sports medicine center is set to open its doors in Lexington, Ky. Lexington Equine Surgery and Sports Medicine is a group veterinary referral practice focusing on outpatient medicine and elective surgery. ... Read More