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Australian Equine Vets Welcome Hendra Vaccine Registration

The Hendra virus vaccine received registration from the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority. Read More

Equestrian Sport Joins One-Year Countdown to Rio 2016

Equestrian sports will celebrate 104 years in the Olympic movement in 2016. Read More

BLM Wild Horse, Burro Advisory Board to Meet Sept. 2-3

The board will discuss issues relating to the management and protection of wild horses and burros on Western rangelands. Read More

Thoroughbred Event at Saratoga Showcases Retired Racehorses

The Aug. 4 event will feature presentations from Rosie Napravnik, Michael Matz, Jennie Brannigan, and more. Read More

Vesicular Stomatitis Confirmed in South Dakota

Two confirmed cases of vesicular stomatitis have been found in the western part of the state. Read More

Reward Offered for Information on Killing of Stray Horses

The Bureau of Land Management is investigating the killing of 21 stray horses near Thermopolis, Wyoming. Read More

Jockey Club to Discuss Anti-Doping, Racing Reform

Other Round Table Conference discussion topics include microchips, the Equine Injury Database, and more. Read More

Saddle Research Conference Review Published in Journal

The review appeared in the British Equine Veterinary Association's Equine Veterinary Education. Read More

BLM to Gather Wild Horses in Northwest Colorado

The BLM plans to gather up to 167 horses using water- and bait-trapping and helicopter gather operations. Read More

Additional Equine WNV Cases Confirmed in Washington

Five new cases have been confirmed. Three horses are recovering, one died, and one was euthanized. Read More

Nine Tips on Keeping Your Horse Safe from Pests

From vaccinating against disease to storing feed properly, learn how to protect your horses from pests. Read More

BLM to Proceed With Planned Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Gather

The BLM will gather 15 to 20 adoptable horses from the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range, south of Billings, Montana. Read More

ASPCA Grants $200,000 to Assist Retired Racehorses

The Rescuing Racers Initiative awarded grants ranging from $5,000 to $15,000 to 26 organizations in 12 states. Read More

FEI Issues Decisions on 2014 Prohibited Substance Cases

The tribunal suspended two riders and an owner for 24 months each after their horses tested positive for propoxyphene. Read More

Penn Vet's New Bolton Center Offers New MRI Service

The new MRI replaces a previous system at New Bolton Center, installed in 2005 and used until recently. Read More

MHIB 2016 Grants Application Period Opens Aug. 2

The Maryland Horse Industry Board will accept grant applications for research, educational, and promotional projects. Read More

AAEP Aims to Enhance Horse Health, Racing Integrity

The 'Prescription for Racing Reform' seeks non-race day EIPH treatments, supports a 48-hour NSAID rule, and more. Read More

Wet Spring, High Mosquito Numbers Could Mean More WNV

Horse owners should take steps to protect their animals, including vaccinating and implementing insect control measures. Read More

Old Friends Receives ASPCA 'Rescuing Racers' Grant

The $15,000 grant will be used to construct new run-in sheds on Old Friends' expanded Georgetown, Kentucky, facility. Read More

Kentucky Equine Networking Association Returns Aug. 18

The Aug. 18 lecture topic will be "Biosecurity and Vaccination: Evaluating Flu and Herpes Risk." Read More

Operation Gelding Receives Grant From AAEP

The AAEP has awarded the Unwanted Horse Coalition a grant of $5,000 to be put towards its Operation Gelding fund. Read More

FEI Lifts Provisional Suspensions on Guerdat, Bichsel

Both riders had been provisionally suspended after their horses tested positive for prohibited substances. Read More

FEI Lifts United Arab Emirates Suspension

The move follows an investigation into horse welfare issues and noncompliance with FEI endurance rules and regulations. Read More

All Texas Vesicular Stomatitis Quarantines Released

The final premises released was in Ward County, approximately 30 miles north of Fort Stockton. Read More

Trainer Amoss to Serve 45-Day Suspension in Indiana

Thoroughbred trainer Tom Amoss was suspended for 45 days and fined $5,000 for a 2011 positive test for methocarbamol. Read More