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New Grooms Working Group Meets with FEI President

The group was created to improve communications and interaction with grooms about what the FEI can do to help them. Read More

As Summer Heats Up, Keep Horses Cool

Keep your horse happy, healthy, and in the game with these health and management tips. Read More

Study Confirms Diet Can Help Manage Equine Gastric Ulcers

A low-starch, fiber-based diet can help manage equine gastric ulcer syndrome after medical treatment is stopped. Read More

Clemson Offering Master Equine Manager Certification Course

The course will cover horse welfare, nutrition, health care, and selection, as well as practical skills and more. Read More

Study: Most Modern Horses Descendants of Oriental Stallions

The paternal lines of nearly all modern horses trace to stallions brought to Europe from Asia over the last 700 years. Read More

Farrier Association Creates Veterinary Student Scholarship

The American and International Associations of Professional Farriers created the award in honor of Dr. Frank Gravlee. Read More

Australian Horse Owners: Vaccinate Against Hendra

Animal health officials say vaccination is the most effective way of reducing the risk of Hendra infection in horses. Read More

Equine Dental Care 101

Regular dental checkups will protect your horse's overall health, comfort, and well-being. Here are the basics. Read More

BLM Seeks Comments on Silver King HMA Assessment

The BLM hopes the horse gather proposed in the EA would help improve vegetation, habitat, and watershed health. Read More

BLM Issues Draft EA on Wyoming Wild Horse Gather

The population of 2,836 horses in three HMAs exceeds the cumulative AML of 1,560 animals by about 80%, the BLM says. Read More

BLM Offering Public Off-Range Pasture Tour in Oklahoma

The BLM is hosting two free tours on Aug. 12, at a wild horse off-range pasture in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Read More

Equine West Nile Virus Threat Remains

West Nile appeared in the United States in 1999, but it remains a serious horse health threat. Here's how to combat it. Read More

Virginia Reports First Equine WNV Case of 2017

The affected horse, an unvaccinated 10-year-old Saddlebred gelding from Wythe County, was euthanized. Read More

FEI Issues Decisions on Three Banned Substance Cases

The cases involve a Belgian endurance horse, a South African jumper, and a Mexican jumper. Read More

FEI: British Reining Horse Tests Positive for Stanozolol

Shiners Chic, ridden by Jessica Sternberg tested positive for the anabolic steroid at a CRI3* in Texas, in April. Read More

AAEP Foundation Seeks Equine Research Fellow Applications

These annual scholarships are awarded to AAEP-member veterinarians who are beginning careers in equine research. Read More

New South Wales Confirms First Equine Hendra Case of 2017

The 11-year-old unvaccinated gelding has been euthanized. Read More

KHC Hosting Level II Livestock Investigation Training

Registration is open for all county and state officials, such as animal control officers, sheriffs, and police officers. Read More

ASPCA Awards Grants to Help a Horse Day Contest Winners

Twelve equine rescues received more than $100,000 in grants to support their efforts to protect horses. Read More

Time to Ride Reaches Major Milestone

The industry outreach program is celebrating 100,000 horse-human connections. Read More

RVC's Equine Locomotor Research Course Expands to America

Farriers can learn more about conducting research, increasing the evidence behind farriery, and improving horse welfare. Read More

New African Horse Sickness Diagnostic Test Developed

The new test takes just four hours to complete. Previous tests took up to two weeks. Read More

European Commission Recognizes Working Equids' Role

The Commission said projects focusing on improving welfare conditions would be appropriate in EU programming. Read More

BI Requests Proposals for 2017 Equine Research Awards

Proposals must be submitted by Sept. 15 and will be reviewed by an independent equine research review board. Read More

OIE to Establish U.S.-Based Liaison Office in Texas

The U.S. office will be located at the Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases, in College Station, Texas. Read More