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The Current State of Managing Airway Disease in Horses

One researcher believes additional studies are needed to improve IAD diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. Read More

Tips for Feeding New Hay

Be sure new hay is dry and free of dust and mold, and always introduce it to horses' diets slowly. Read More

LNJ Foxwoods Establishes Fund to Assist Mercer County Horses

The fund will be administered by Thoroughbred Charities of America and will provide for the horses' immediate needs. Read More

Virginia Confirms First Equine EEE Case for 2016

The Saddlebred mare from Suffolk was euthanized June 23. Her vaccination record is unknown. Read More

Non-Structural Carbohydrates in Horse Forages

Forages high in non-structural carbohydrates can be detrimental for some horses. Here's what to know. Read More

Racehorse Welfare, Safety Summit Concludes

Presentation topics included racing surfaces, equine injuries, and respiratory health for horses, among others. Read More

BLM Initiates Wild Horse Research in Oregon

The agency will work with veterinarians to study safe methods to spay mares and control herd growth Read More

EIA Hold Order at Arapahoe Park Lifted

The EIA-positive mare was euthanized and a second exposed horse was transferred to a newly quarantined premises. Read More

ASPCA Awards $100,000 to Help a Horse Day Contest Winners

Eleven equine rescues received grants in recognition of their efforts to protect horses. Read More

Queensland Introduces New Biosecurity Rules for Horse Owners

The new approach to managing cattle ticks will provide flexibility for moving horses across the so-called "tick line." Read More

BLM Plans South Steens Wild Horse Bait Trap Gather

The BLM hopes to remove 100 horses for adoption and treat 40 mares with a fertility vaccine and return them to the wild. Read More

EIA-Suspect Horse Identified In Colorado

Confirmatory tests are currently being run after a nonracing horse at Arapahoe Park tested positive for EIA. Read More

Tampa Bay Downs, Gulfstream Park Support Equine Research

Each track has donated $10,000 in support of advancing equine medical research in Florida. Read More

Hickey Receives 2016 AHC Rolapp Award

Retiring AHC President Jay Hickey recieved the award normally given to a member of Congress. Read More

North Carolina Horse Owners Urged to Vaccinate

Eastern equine encephalitis was confirmed in horses in a South Carolina county that borders North Carolina. Read More

TCA Named Title Sponsor of 2016 Thoroughbred Makeover

The Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium will be held Oct. 27-30 at the Kentucky Horse Park. Read More

2016 Racehorse Welfare, Safety Summit to be Live-Streamed

The summit will feature talks on racing surfaces, equine injuries, nutrition, biosecurity, respiratory health, and more. Read More

Canada Introduces New Equine Biosecurity Standards

The document chronicles simple ways for owners and handlers to protect horses from disease. Read More

Endurance Horse Positive for Banned, Controlled Substances

The Jordanian horse tested positive for boldenone, dexamethasone, meloxicam, phenylbutazone, and oxyphenbutazone. Read More

Horse at Ruidoso Downs Euthanized Due to EHV-1

A single horse tested positive for neurologic EHV-1 on June 17. That horse's barn has been quarantined. Read More

Researchers: Education, Prevention Help Boost Horse Welfare

An improved economy, education, and other measures have reduced Minnesota's neglected horse population, researchers say. Read More

TCA Elects Five to Board of Directors

Bob Beck; Terry Finley; Lesley Howard; J. David Richardson, MD; and Jaime Roth will join the board of directors. Read More

Inmate-Trained Wild Horses to Work for U.S. Forest Service

Three saddle-trained wild horses were selected to work as pack string horses for U.S. Forest Service trail crews. Read More

Carpenter Receives 2016 Equine Industry Vision Award

Gary L. Carpenter is the commissioner and CEO of the National Reining Horse Association. Read More

Equine Influenza Confirmed in Jackson County, West Virginia

As a result, officials are advising owners in Jackson and adjoining counties to use caution when moving their horses. Read More