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What's New in Equine Standing Surgery?

One equine surgeon reviews the growing trend toward surgery in the standing horse rather than in anesthetized patients. Read More

BLM Colorado to Hold Hearing on Motorized Equipment Use

The public hearing will focus on discuss the use of motorized vehicles in managing wild horses in Colorado. Read More

Bromont, Canada, Will Not Host 2018 World Equestrian Games

The FEI said the contract to host the event in Canada has been terminated due to ongoing financial issues. Read More

Vale District BLM Postpones Wild Horse Gather

The Oregon gather was expected to start on July 26, but has been postponed to a tentative date of Aug. 23. Read More

Hearing on BLM Helicopter, Motor Vehicle Use Scheduled

The BLM Wyoming will host its annual statewide hearing on Aug. 4 in Rock Springs. Read More

Wise Dan to Receive Inaugural Rood & Riddle Comeback Award

The award is given to an equine athlete who overcame a major health complication and returned to elite competition. Read More

August KENA Meeting to Focus on Horse Buying

Woodrow Friend, DVM; Melissa Moore; and Laura D'Angelo will discuss what buyers should consider when purchasing a horse. Read More

AVMA Launches Database of Animal Health Studies

The database is designed to connect vets and owners to clinical studies on a range of topics, including horse health. Read More

Buechner-Maxwell New Director at Virginia Tech CENTAUR

Dr. Virginia Buechner-Maxwell is interested in studying the impact of equine-assisted programs on human health. Read More

Vets Gathering for Australian Equine Conference

The event will feature lectures about what’s new in equine surgery, ultrasonography, regenerative medicine, and more. Read More

Ellis Park Staging Thoroughbred Aftercare Day July 17

The TAA accredits and provides grants to racehorse retirement, retraining, and adoption organizations. Read More

ASPCA Grants $200,000 to Assist Retired Racehorses

The ASPCA Rescuing Racers Initiative has granted more than $2 million to aid former racehorses since its inception. Read More

Indiana Grand Reaccredited by Safety, Integrity Alliance

Certification standards address injury prevention, uniform medication testing and penalties, safety research, and more. Read More

Tips for Maintaining a Healthful Hay Loft

Inspect and clean your hay loft or storage structure to help ensure the hay you store in it remains fresh. Read More

TCA Awards More Than $535,000 in Grants

Thoroughbred Charities of America (TCA) awarded grants to 71 industry-related nonprofits. Read More

Avoid Equine Pistacia Poisoning This Fall

If ingested, the leaves and seeds on trees of this genus can cause hemolytic anemia and death in horses. Read More

Equine West Nile Threat Increases During Mosquito Season

Vaccination and proper management techniques can help offer horses protection from disease. Read More

Virginia Reports Second Equine EEE Case for 2016

The affected horse, a Thoroughbred from Suffolk, had been vaccinated and is recovering. Read More

British Researchers Seeking to Improve Horse Welfare

Welfare issues include stress/pain behavior; inappropriate nutrition, stabling, and turnout; and delayed death. Read More

BLM's Vale, Oregon, District Plans Wild Horse Gather

The BLM will gather 100 horses and return 50 to the range to re-establish the appropriate management level. Read More

TCA Announces June 2016 Award of Merit Winners

Recipients include Michele Rodriguez, Remember Me Rescue, and New Start for Horses/Pennsylvania HBPA. Read More

Miniature Horse Basics: Small Size, Big Responsibility

If you're considering a Miniature Horse as a pet or companion, remember that a small size doesn't mean less upkeep. Read More

Grade 1 Winner Halo America Dead at 26

The pensioned broodmare was euthanized July 7 at Old Friends due to declining health. Read More

FEI Decides on 2015 Endurance Prohibited Substance Case

The horse Lunatica tested positive for two prohibited substances: propranolol and dexamethasone. Read More

Utah Horse Owners: Take Precautions Against WNV

Rising temperatures and mosquito populations prompted officials to encourage owners to vaccinate horses against WNV. Read More