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Anderson Honored As 2014 Equine Science Award Winner

Kathleen Anderson, PhD, is an associate professor and equine extension specialist at the University of Nebraska. Read More

Understanding Senior Horse Feeds

Get the skinny on what goes into feeds designed for senior horses and how they can benefit our aging equids. Read More

WEG Eventing Concludes; Germany takes Team, Individual Gold

German event riders gave a master class in jumping, taking the team gold and individual gold and silver medals. Read More

Nolen-Walston to Discuss Deworming Horses at Free Lecture

Dr. Rose Nolen-Walston will discuss new thoughts on equine deworming, highlighting the emerging dangers of resistance. Read More

WEG Reining Concludes; Eventers Tackle Cross-Country

Reining concluded today as the individual medals were awarded. Meanwhile, the eventers took to the cross-country course. Read More

WEG Dressage, Para-Dressage Concludes; Eventing Continues

The final medals were awarded in dressage and para-dressage, while the eventers prepare to head out on cross-country. Read More

Keep Horses Safe when Traveling in VS-Affected Areas

A veterinarian shares tips on how to protect horses from vesicular stomatitis (VS) while traveling. Read More

WEG Continues; Endurance, Para-Dressage Medalists Decided

The competition at the 2014 World Equestrian Games (WEG) with endurance, eventing, para-dressage, and reining. Read More

Inside the World Equestrian Games' Veterinary Facilities

Care is available to equine athletes at the on-site veterinary facilities operating at all venues on a 24/7 basis. Read More

Texas Confirms Additional Vesicular Stomatitis Cases

The Texas Animal Health Commission has quarantined two more premises due to vesicular stomatitis in horses. Read More

Dressage, Para-Dressage Medals Awarded at 2014 WEG

Charlotte Dujardin, Lee Pearson, and Hannalore Brenner took home gold medals at the World Equestrian Games (WEG) today. Read More

First Medals Handed Out at 2014 WEG

Team reining and dressage medals were awarded today at the World Equestrian Games (WEG), while para-dressage continued. Read More

AAEP Foundation Allocates Funds to Support Equine Welfare

The foundation has approved $284,000 for 24 equine organizations and projects committed to improving equine welfare. Read More

First Competition Day at 2014 WEG in the Books

Dressage, para-dressage, and reining competitors kicked off the action at the 2014 World Equestrian Games (WEG). Read More

Saddle Up Safely Releases Booklets on Safe Equine Travel

"Trailering Your Horse Safely" and "Travel to a New Environment" cover topics from choosing a trailer to horse behavior. Read More

KSU Vet: Watch for Vesicular Stomatitis

A KSU vet is cautioning owners about the contagious viral disease that affects horses, livestock, and sometimes humans. Read More

New Referral Scheme Launched to Help Combat Saddle Problems

The plan is designed to give owners access to the expertise and advice of a veterinary authority at a manageable cost. Read More

Definite Entries for All Disciplines at 2014 WEG Confirmed

Entries for jumping, driving, and vaulting at the 2014 World Equestrian Games (WEG) have been finalized. Read More

West Nile Virus can Threaten Horse Health this Fall

It's not too late to help protect your horses from contracting West Nile virus. Here's what you need to know. Read More

Washington Reports First Equine WNV Case of 2014

The unvaccinated horse from Mesa is showing progressive neurologic signs, including hind end paralysis. Read More

2014 Equine Research Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

The 2014 inductees are Michelle LeBlanc, DVM, Dipl. ACT; Ernie Bailey, PhD, and Elwyn Firth, BVSc, MS, PhD, Dipl. ACVS. Read More

Wisconsin Reports first Equine WNV Case of 2014

The unvaccinated St. Croix County Quarter Horse mare is recovering after being treated by a veterinarian. Read More

Second Lowndes County, Georgia, Horse Contracts EEE

Officials announced last week that the first Lowndes County horse had tested positive for the disease. Read More

Byron Joins Virginia Tech as Large Animal Surgeon

Chris Byron, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS, will serve as an associate professor of large animal surgery. Read More

Could Learning Theory Lead to Objective Dressage Judging?

One scientist believes learning theory could be used to produce more objective dressage scoring. Read More