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South Carolina Confirms First Equine EEE Case for 2016

The affected horse from Horry County has been euthanized. Read More

UC Davis Acquires First Equine PET Scanner

PET reveals activity at the molecular level and detects changes in tissue before the size or shape is modified. Read More

Massachusetts Horse Owners Urged to Vaccinate

Officials advise owners to ensure horses are protected from West Nile virus and Eastern equine encephalitis. Read More

Lecture to Feature New Bolton Center Medical Director

Dr. Barbara Dallap Schaer will share the latest developments at the New Bolton Center and take questions on June 7. Read More

LSU Seeking Horses With Gastric Ulcers for Study

Clinicians are evaluating a new investigational drug for treating equine gastric ulcers. Read More

NDSU Extension to Hold Equine Workshops

Lecture topics include weed identification, pasture management; deworming, composting, vaccination programs, and more. Read More

BEVA Receives Award for Antibiotic Stewardship

The British Equine Veterinary Association was the only organization from the veterinary profession to be recognized. Read More

Exaggerator Victorious in Sloppy Preakness

Meanwhile, Uncle Lino was vanned off following the race with what appears to be a minor tendon injury. Read More

AVA Welcomes New Annual Hendra Booster Vaccine

The Hendra virus vaccine has now been approved to be delivered annually following initial administration. Read More

Equine Fractures: What's Fixable?

Technological advances and improved surgical procedures mean horses have a better chance of surviving a fracture. Read More

EHV-1 Quarantine at Howard County Horse Farm Lifted

Two horses stabled at the Maryland facility tested positive for non-neuropathogenic EHV-1 on.April 19. Read More

Keeping Racehorse Feed 'On Track'

What's new in feeding today's superstar racehorses and champions of the future? In a sense, nothing and everything. Read More

New Equine Canada Horse Welfare Rule Effective Immediately

Horses not accepted at the first FEI inspection may not compete in national classes at the same event for 48 hours. Read More

Pimlico Reaccredited by NTRA Safety & Integrity Alliance

Pimlico is home of the Preakness Stakes, the second jewel in Thoroughbred racing's Triple Crown. Read More

Coyote Rock Ranch Veterinary Scholarship Awards Announced

Two vet students were awarded $75,000 scholarships by the American Quarter Horse Foundation. Read More

Wisconsin Horse Diagnosed With EHV, Euthanized

Three other horses on the same farm currently have a fever and are being monitored. Read More

EHV-1 Quarantine at Fonner Park Lifted

Three cases of neurologic EHV-1 were confirmed at the Nebraska racetrack in April. Read More

AHC Announces Speakers for 2016 Issues Forum

The forum will feature several members of Congress in line with the theme of "Putting More Horsepower in Congress." Read More

Super Derby Winner Wallenda Euthanized at Old Friends

The 26-year-old stallion had been dealing with complications brought on by a collapsed suspensory ligament. Read More

Washington Horse Owners Advised to Vaccinate for WNV

Thirty-six horses in 10 counties tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV) in 2015. Read More

Derby Winner Nyquist Heads to Pimlico

Trainer Doug O'Neill said the colt would depart Churchill Downs May 9 to train for the May 21 Preakness Stakes. Read More

Registration for 2016 BEVA Congress Open

The event will take place Sept. 7-10 at the ICC in central Birmingham, England. Read More

Nyquist Wins 142nd Kentucky Derby, Remains Unbeaten

Nyquist is the first undefeated Derby winner with eight victories since Majestic Prince in 1969. Read More

Rush Named KSU Vet College Executive Associate Dean

Dr. Bonnie Rush is a professor of equine internal medicine at Kansas State University. Read More

Cathryn Sophia Wins 2016 Kentucky Oaks Before Record Crowd

Land Over Sea and Lewis Bay rounded out the top three in front of 124,589 spectators. Read More