Veterinary Students


Plan to Reinstate Horse Diving Nixed

February 15, 2012

Pier owners have abandoned the plan to bring horse diving back to Atlantic City, N.J.... Read More


USEA Identifies Horse Killed in Hyperbaric Chamber Explosion

February 13, 2012

The horse, a 6-year-old Thoroughbred gelding, was owned by Jacqueline Mars and ridden by Lauren Kieffer.... Read More


Merck Animal Health Launches NextVet Newsletter

February 07, 2012

NextVet features practical professional and lifestyle advice, information, and tips from practicing vets.... Read More


Pfizer and Hippolia Foundation Form Partnership

February 02, 2012

The strategic partnership is aimed at improving equine health through research and educational programs.... Read More


Rachel Alexandra, Foal Admitted to Hospital

January 28, 2012

The mare and foal were admitted as a precautionary measure for pain management related to the birth."... Read More


LSU Veterinary School Helps Care for Rescued Horses

January 23, 2012

The LSU veterinary school helped provide medical care for dozens of allegedly maltreated horses.... Read More


Commentary: Making a Difference with Equine Experience

January 15, 2012

Make a difference in someone's life by sharing your equine expertise and passion.... Read More


Miss. State Earns AQHA Breeding Honor

December 31, 2011

Miss. State was recognized for registering at least one AQHA foal for 50 years combined.... Read More


Horses Get Star Treatment on War Horse Set

December 25, 2011

"(Spielberg) told us from the beginning that the horse always has to be happy," one production member said.... Read More


Tennessee Walking Horse Trainer Sentenced to Probation

December 12, 2011

Inspectors determined that a horse in the trainer's care was bilaterally sore and wearing a nerve cord.... Read More


Penn State Receives Legacy Award from AQHA

November 18, 2011

The Legacy award honors those who have registered at least one foal for fifty consecutive years... Read More


Equine Guelph Receives Grant for Biosecurity Initiative

November 17, 2011

The "Beat the Bugs" program promotes biosecurity throughout all sectors of the horse industry.... Read More


Merck Renews Subscriptions to The Horse for AAEVT Members

October 19, 2011

Merck Animal Health has renewed one-year subscriptions to The Horse magazine for all members of the AAEVT.... Read More


The Bare Foot

October 01, 2011

A horse's genetics, trimming, and diet have a great impact on bare foot health.... Read More

Your veterinarian will help create a vaccination plan to keep your horse's immune system strong. What's right for your horse depends on his age, health history, and exposure to other animals, as well as your location.


A Day in the Life of a Mobile Equine Vet

October 01, 2011

Hop behind the wheel with Dr. Sarah Link as she serves the rural Maryland horse community.... Read More


Equine Alternative Medicine Gaining Steam in Vet Schools

September 30, 2011

Alternative medicine coursework in equine veterinary education has increased about 30% in the past decade.... Read More


New York Man Charged in Alleged Horse Show Theft Scheme

September 14, 2011

A New York man is facing multiple charges for allegedly stealing more than $30,000 from a horse show.
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KHC to Lead Strategic Planning Session for Equine Industry

July 21, 2011

The Kentucky Horse Council (KHC) has announced it will host a Kentucky Equine Strategic Planning Session on ... Read More


Vermont Horse Shooter Sought

July 11, 2011

Law enforcement authorities in Vermont are seeking whoever is responsible for the shooting death of horse ... Read More


Poll: Readers Unfamiliar with Platelet-Rich Plasma Treatment

May 31, 2011

Poll question: "How much would you pay for a platelet-rich plasma treatment for your horse?" ... Read More


Kentucky Nonprofit Network Holds Town Hall Meetings

April 22, 2011

At the meetings, nonprofit leaders--such as those associated with equine organizations--can learn more about the program including how to use its tools to keep an organization healthy and stable, improve effectiveness, and provide transparency and ac... Read More


UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Rebekah Cosden

April 22, 2011

A Maryland native and lifelong horse enthusiast, Rebekah Cosden's research focus at the Gluck Equine Research Center has been on equine musculoskeletal science. She completed her research in the laboratory of James MacLeod, VMD, PhD, John S. and ... Read More


Tennessee Walking Horse Farm Owners Suspended

April 05, 2011

The owners of a high-profile Tennessee Walking Horse breeding farm have been suspended from participating in horse shows and other equine-related activities for one year for allegedly violating the Horse Protection Act (HPA).
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Rutgers University Young Horse Auction Scheduled for May 1

March 27, 2011

The annual Rutgers University (RU) Young Horse Teaching and Research Program (YHTRP) benefit horse auction will take place May 1 at the school's horse facility on College Farm Road on the G.H. Cook Campus in New Brunswick, N.J. This year's auction ... Read More


MSU Extension Equine Specialist Receives Award

March 26, 2011

Michigan State University (MSU) Extension equine specialist Karen Waite, MS, has been named a recipient of the 2011 Catalyst Award by the Michigan Horse Council. The award, founded in 1995, recognizes individuals who have made significant ... Read More