Veterinary Students

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Gimmick or Good Groceries?

February 01, 2003

A popular ingredient to increase energy density is sugar beet pulp, a by-product of the sugar beet industry. ... Read More

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American Horse Publications Approves Its First Electronic Publication Members

October 11, 2002

Six equine websites have been recognized as American Horse Publications (AHP) Electronic Publication members since the new membership category was approved by the general membership at its annual meeting in Nashville last year. New Media... Read More

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KAEP Honors Vet

November 02, 2001

The Kentucky Association of Equine Practitioners honored Steve Conboy, DVM, as its first Distinguished Life Member. Conboy, who retired as Secretary/Treasurer of the group after 18 years of service, was named 1990 Kentucky Veterinarian of the... Read More

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AHSA Executive Director Resigns

November 02, 2001

Kevin T. Carlon, Executive Director of the American Horse Shows Association since March 1999, has officially resigned from his position. Carlon resigned shortly after expressing concerns of inconsistencies with the Associationâs personnel... Read More

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What Makes It Great

October 01, 2001

Look at the expression my daughter’s leased horse Mason has i... Read More

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Scholarships Available for Veterinary Students

October 01, 2001

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) joins the American Live Stock Insurance Company (ALSIC) in offering eight $2,500 scholarships to fourth-year veterinary students planning to enter private equine practice. Applicants are... Read More

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Stallion Kills 4-year-old Boy

May 11, 2001

According to an Associated Press report, a 4-year-old boy in Colcord, Okla. was killed May 2 by a stallion that jumped a fence and attacked him as he played in his front yard.

The horse, which was owned by the boy's family, and had graze... Read More

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Nutramax Establishes The Chief's Pride Awards

February 16, 2001

Nutramax Laboratories, Inc., has established The Chief's Pride Awards in honor of Pride, an inaugural Cosequin Equine Exemplary Service Award winner and retired Rochester, NY police horse. Each year for the next three years, the Rochester Chief... Read More

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Texas Epidemic Poses No Threat to Equines

January 01, 2001

A recent Brucella melitensis epidemic associated with goat deaths is not a likely threat to horses.... Read More

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Zweig Fund 2000 Research Awards

January 01, 2001

The Harry M. Zweig Memorial Fund for Equine Research honors the late Dr. Harry M. Zweig, a distinguished veterinarian, and his numerous contributions to New York’s equine industry. In 1979, by amendment to the parimutuel revenue laws, the New York... Read More

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Forgotten Victims Of Hurricane Mitch

February 01, 1999

With an estimated 10,000 people dead in the aftermath of Hurricane Mitch, rescuers from the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) are providing continuous relief for the animal survivors.

As soon as travel into Honduras was... Read More

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Purina Mills Educational Seminars

February 01, 1999

More than 1,000 free equine educational seminars will be held throughout the United States this spring, beginning Feb. 15 and running through the end of May. The Purina Education Series, now in its fifth year, is the most extensive educational... Read More

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Understanding

February 01, 1999

There are many people out there who, in this winter season, are doing more than their jobs. These are the people leading disabled kids around a chilly indoor arena on patient, donated horses -- a highlight of most of these kids' weeks. They are... Read More

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Four Star Course Taking Shape At Kentucky

February 13, 1998

Construction on the Cross-Country Course for the United States' first Four Star Three-Day Event to be held April 23-26 at the Kentucky Horse Park near Lexington has progressed to the extent that Course Designer Michael Etherington-Smith,... Read More