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Nominations Sought for 2015 Equine Industry Vision Award

The winner will be announced June 19, 2015, at the American Horse Publications Seminar in San Antonio, Texas. Read More

Kentucky Horse Park Commission Names New Executive Director

The Kentucky Horse Park Commission has selected Jamie Link as the new executive director of the Kentucky Horse Park. Read More

Montana Hunters Reminded to Have Horses Inspected

The inspection is good for a year of movement, or owners can obtain an inspection good for the life of the horse. Read More

Equine Guelph Holds Large Animal Rescue Courses

Speakers encouraged attendees to take what learned back to the industry to help improve emergency rescue success rate. Read More

New Hampshire Reports First Case of EEE in a Horse for 2014

Officials recommend that horse owners consult their veterinarians to discuss appropriate vaccination. Read More

Jumping, Dressage Riders Clubs Sign MOUs with FEI

The groups will work closely with the FEI to expand the Olympic disciplines of jumping and dressage. Read More

New Bolton Center, TERF Announce Scholarship Awards

The Thoroughbred Education and Research Foundation (TERF) has awarded more than $250,000 in grants. Read More

Breeders' Cup Champion Amazombie to Old Friends

The 8-year-old gelding won 12 of 29 starts and earned over $1.9 million during his racing career. Read More

Survey: Some Owners Treat Encysted Small Redworms Improperly

One in five British horse owners used a dewormer not indicated to treat encysted small redworms (or strongyles). Read More

BLM Offers Tour of Nevada Wild Horse and Burro Facility

The BLM is offering a public tour of the Indian Lakes Road Short-Term Holding Facility in Fallon on Oct. 17. Read More

Prevention is Better than Cure, Racehorse Owners Say

Despite advances in repairing damaged tendons, trainers and owners say they want to prevent injuries in the first place. Read More

Deadline for 2015 AHP Student Award Contest is Jan. 23

The contest provides up to three $750 travel awards for students to attend the AHP Annual Seminar. Read More

Game On Dude to Old Friends

The 7-year-old gelded son of Awesome Again won 16 of 34 races and earned just under $6.5 million. Read More

100 Day Horse Challenge Pays Out $100,000 in Cash and Prizes

Participating hosts reached more than 25,000 horse industry newcomers throughout the challenge. Read More

'High-Health, High-Performance' Horse Meeting Concludes

Delegates discussed international competition horse movement at the conference, which concluded yesterday in Dubai. Read More

Spanish Riding School Debuts Arena with Mobile Roof

The Summer Riding Arena's mobile roof construction enables riders to train their stallions in the fresh air year-round. Read More

100 Day Challenge 'Best Practices' Contest Winners Announced

The top three winning hosts were selected based on written entries describing their outreach to newcomers this summer. Read More

Virginia Reports First Equine WNV Case of 2014

An unvaccinated 8-year-old Paint gelding from Augusta County tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV). Read More

Participants Sought for Ontario Horse Industry Survey

Researchers are conducting a study on the awareness of current research among members of the Ontario horse industry. Read More

Australian Vets: Have Horses Vaccinated against Hendra

The Australian Veterinary Association debunks some misconceptions about the safety of the hendra virus vaccine. Read More

Embedding Equitation Science in Vet Student Cirriculum

One university integrated equitation science into their program to teach behavior and learning theory. Read More

Pennsylvania Approves Harness Racing Whip Standards

Drivers must now use two hands on the reins at all times, which restricts motion of the whip. Read More

New Jersey Reports First Equine EEE Cases of 2014

A Gloucester County mare, a Ocean County mare, and a Burlington County gelding succumbed to the disease. Read More

EAG Findings Could Help in Diagnosing Fetlock Injuries

Electroarthrography (EAG) could be used to detect damaged or osteoarthritic cartilage in a noninvasive manner. Read More

Zoetis Provides $1.3 Million to AAEP, FFA, AABP Programs

The company's Industry Support Program has donated more than $7.3 million since 2008. Read More