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Weller Elected New BEVA Junior Vice President

Dr. Renate Weller is a professor of comparative imaging and biomechanics at the Royal Veterinary College. Read More

Emergency Wild Horse Gather Underway in Nevada

The BLM said it will remove up to 60 wild horses from Goshute HMA due to insufficient water sources. Read More

Eclipse Champion Hidden Lake Dead at 23

The 23-year-old daughter of Quiet American was euthanized Sept. 29 due to infirmities of old age. Read More

Colorado Equine WNV Case Count Rises to 12

Cases have been confirmed in Larimer, Weld, LaPlata, Adams, Mesa, and Pueblo counties. Read More

Coalition of State Horse Councils' Fall Meeting Approaching

State horse council and AHC representatives will meet Oct. 28-30 for the coalition's fall meeting. Read More

BLM to Gather Sand Wash Wild Horses in October

Some mares will be treated with a contraceptive vaccine while some young horses will be prepared for adoption. Read More

All Drug Tests From Rio Para-Dressage Competitors Clean

This means back-to-back clean Paralympic games (London 2012 and Rio 2016) for para-equestrian participants. Read More

Leptospirosis Vaccine Licensed for Use in Pregnant Mares

The USDA licensed a vaccine for use in pregnant mares to protect against leptospirosis, one cause of abortion in horses. Read More

West Virginia to Require Safety Alliance Accreditation

The state's two Thoroughbred tracks must submit applications for Safety and Integrity Alliance accreditation by Nov. 4. Read More

BLM to Begin Emergency Gather in the Big Sand Spring Valley

The BLM said it will gather and care for up to 300 wild horses impacted by drought conditions. Read More

AAEP Foundation Distributes Funds to Benefit Equine Welfare

The foundation will distribute $459,198 to 27 organizations and special projects committed to improving equine welfare. Read More

Ammonia: A Hidden Danger in the Barn

We know that ammonia is harmful to horses. But did you know it's also a health hazard for humans? Read More

Emergency Wild Horse Gather Begins in Cherry Spring Area

The BLM said it plans to gather about 60 horses from the Nevada range due to declining water sources. Read More

New Bolton Center Lecture to Focus on Recognizing Lameness

Drs. Liz Arbittier and Jessica Morgan will provide tips to help owners improve their lameness identification skills. Read More

USEF Appoints Uboh as Laboratory Director

Cornelius Uboh, PhD, previously served as bureau director of the Pennsylvania Equine Toxicology and Research Laboratory. Read More

Ohio Reports First Equine WNV Case of 2016

The unvaccinated 7‐year‐old Standardbred from Tuscarawas County was euthanized. Read More

University of Maryland Equine Program Breeds Success

Learn about the university's Thoroughbred breeding program, a winning one-eyed gelding, and more. Read More

British Tracks Testing Padded Hurdle for Jump Races

The fall rate since the trials began has reduced to 1.59%, a reduction of 0.5% compared to the 10-year average. Read More

International Helmet Awareness Day Takes Place Sept. 17

Participating retailers all over the world will be offering discounts on helmets to equestrians on Sept. 17. Read More

EEE Confirmed in Clare County, Michigan, Horse

The unvaccinated 4-month-old Standardbred filly died after contracting the virus. Read More

Wulster Joins New Bolton Center as Radiologist

Dr. Kathryn Wulster will use advanced imaging systems, including MRI, CT, and robotics-controlled imaging. Read More

International Military Sports Council Signs MOU With FEI

The CISM holds competitions in four equestrian disciplines: jumping, eventing, dressage, and endurance. Read More

Rutgers to Host Equine Law, Business Seminar

The Symposium on Legal, Business, and Insurance Issues Impacting the Equine Industry will take place Oct. 10. Read More

Dawn Davis Joins ELCR Board of Directors

The ELCR is a national organization dedicated to saving land for all equine-related activity. Read More

BLM Hauls Water to Wild Horses in Eastern Nevada

The agency is supplementing spring sources impacted by drought to prevent further declines in animal health. Read More