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USEF Issues Drugs and Medications Program Advisory

On April 22, the USEF issued an advisory in reference to recent changes to their drugs and medications rules. Read More

Stewart to Discuss Equine Tendon Injuries during Lecture

Stewart will speak on current therapies and the development of more effective treatment and rehab practices. Read More

Trailering Your Horse with Safety in Mind

Make every trip a positive experience by planning it out ahead of time to ensure that your horse arrives safe. Read More

Deadline for USA Equestrian Trust Grants is May 5

In 2013, the trust awarded nearly $265,000 to equine nonprofits to help fund more than a dozen projects. Read More

'Extensive' Study on Arena Surfaces Published

The study brings together the latest data on arena and turf surfaces and the effects these have on horses. Read More

Equine Rescue Groups to Compete to Help At-Risk Horses

The ASPCA will award five $10,000 grants to equine organizations for their work to protect horses. Read More

Dressage Trainers Club, FEI Sign Memorandum of Understanding

The International Dressage Trainers Club has signed a memorandum of understanding with the FEI. Read More

EHM Confirmed in Virginia Horse

Equine herpesvirus myeloencephalopathy (EHM) is a neurologic disease caused by equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1). Read More

Take Steps to Prevent Equine Herpesvirus Infection

From vaccination to disinfection--learn how you can help prevent equine herpesvirus (EHV) infection spread. Read More

McDonnell, Woehl, and Cope Join Wild Horse Advisory Board

Sue McDonnell, PhD, Cert. AAB; Fred T. Woehl, Jr.; and Robert Cope, DVM, will each serve three-year terms. Read More

2014 Equine Industry Vision Award Finalists Announced

The winner will be announced at the Equine Industry Vision Award Breakfast on June 20. Read More

Winning Name Chosen for Penn Vet's Foal Cam Colt

The colt born on Penn Vet's Foal Cam is now named New Bolton Pioneer, Boone for short. Read More

Saddle Study Reveals High Degree of Lameness in Sport Horses

Of the 506 working sports horses assessed, 46% were classified as lame or having a stiff, stilted canter. Read More

CSU Research Project to Study Benefits of Equine Therapy

The five-year research program will focus on the potential benefits of equine-assisted activity and therapy. Read More

Record Number of Entries for 2014 Rolex Kentucky Event

Entries have been filed for a record 82 horses, exceeding the previous record of 73 that were entered in 2012. Read More

BLM Seeking Input on Proposed Mont. Wild Horse Ecosanctuary

The proposed wild horse ecosanctuary would be located on about 13,000 acres of private land near Drummond. Read More

Bromont, Lexington Continue in 2018 WEG Bid Process

Bromont/Montreal and Lexington have confirmed their interest in hosting the World Equestrian Games in 2018. Read More

Record Number of Nations Declare Participation in 2014 WEG

Seventy-two national federations intend to participate in the 2014 World Equestrian Games (WEG). Read More

EHV-1 Confirmed in Larimer Co., Colo., Horse

A Larimer County, Colo., horse has tested positive for equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1) and is recovering. Read More

International Horse Sports Confederation Holds First Meeting

At the meeting, the FEI and the IFHA confirmed they share the same core values of protecting horse welfare. Read More

Colt Born at New Bolton Center with World Watching

Thoroughbred mare My Special Girl gave birth to a colt at 9:22 p.m. on March 29 at the New Bolton Center. Read More

Wild Horse, Burro Advisory Board to Meet April 14-15

The BLM board will meet to discuss wild horse and burro management and protection issues. Read More

Lecture on Equine Neurologic Diseases Scheduled at Penn Vet

The lecture will focus on neurologic diseases, which ranges from a drooping eyelid to an inability to stand. Read More

AVA Responds to NSW Court Decision on Vet Licensing

The Australian Veterinary Association believes the recent decision will be detrimental to horse racing. Read More

Applications for AAEP Foundation Funding Due May 1

The AAEP Foundation supports those that share the foundation's mission to improve equine welfare. Read More