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U.K. to Introduce New Database in Wake of Horsemeat Scandal

The United Kingdom will establish a new equine database as part of a more robust equine identification system. Read More

New York Horses Positive for EEE; Owners Urged to Vaccinate

Six horses residing in Madison, Wayne, Oneida, and Oswego counties have tested positive for EEE so far in 2014. Read More

Kentucky Downs Salutes Equine Research Foundation, Sponsors

Sept. 24 is the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation Day, in support of a leading source of equine research. Read More

Horse Expo to Benefit Bluebonnet Horse Rescue

The Bluebonnet Horse Expo offers a day full of horses in Austin, Texas, on Oct. 18. Read More

Schaer to Discuss Vet-Doctor Collaboration at Free Lecture

Penn Vet's Dr. Tom Schaer will talk about how veterinarians and human physicians work together to improve patient care. Read More

Horse Vets Have Highest Injury Risk of U.K. Professions

Study shows horse vets carry the highest risk of injury of any civilian occupation in the United Kingdom. Read More

Vaccine Offers Current Defense Against Equine Influenza

Zoetis partners with Gluck Center to confirm relevant disease protection against new strains. Read More

New BEVA President Appointed

Dr. Andrew Harrison will serve as the British Equine Veterinary Association president in 2014-15. Read More

BEVA Trust to Trial Vet Volunteers

The British Equine Veterinary Association's philanthropic arm is launching a series of vet volunteer pilot projects. Read More

Three Dane Co., Wisconsin, Horses Test Positive for EHV-1

Two of the horses are receiving treatment, while one was euthanized after showing neurologic signs of the disease. Read More

Washington Horse Diagnosed with West Nile Virus

An unvaccinated horse in Omak is the second case of equine West Nile virus confirmed in the state this summer. Read More

Colorado Vesicular Stomatitis Update

The Colorado State Veterinarian's office offers advice on protecting horses and other livestock from VS. Read More

Vaulting Competition Concludes at 2014 WEG

Austria, Great Britain, Germany, and France topped the podium during the 2014 World Equestrian Games finals. Read More

Germany's Sandmann Wins 2014 WEG Driving Marathon

More than 15,000 spectators enjoyed driving sport under ideal weather conditions for both people and horses. Read More

USA's Madden Qualifies for 2014 WEG Jumping Final

Beezie Madden (USA), Patrice Delaveau (FRA), Rolf-Goran Bengtsson (SWE), and Jeroen Dubbeldam (NED) will compete. Read More

USA's Weber, Dutch Team Lead 2014 WEG Driving

Chester Weber (USA) and the Dutch team have made a convincing first step on their way to driving gold. Read More

Dutch Team Wins 2014 WEG Show Jumping

The Dutch clinched the gold ahead of the German and American teams. Read More

FEI President to Receive France's Highest Honor

FEI President HRH Princess Haya will be made Officer of the National Order of the Legion of Honor. Read More

2014 Quarter Horse Congress Names Show's Official Vet

Saginaw Valley Equine Clinic will provide veterinary services for the world's largest single-breed horse show. Read More

Dutch Drivers Take Early Lead at World Equestrian Games

IJsbrand Chardon (NED) set the provisional winning score from the onset driving his team of mixed warmblood horses. Read More

Vesicular Stomatitis Confirmed in McLennan County, Texas

The newly confirmed vesicular stomatitis case is the first reported in McLennan County. Read More

Jumping, Vaulting Continue at WEG

The World Equestrian Games continued today as the jumpers and vaulters returned to their respective arenas. Read More

FEI Observer Program Run at 2014 World Equestrian Games

Future Olympic and World Equestrian Games organizers are learning about organizing these top-level events. Read More

TAMU Researcher Studying IVF in Horses

A researcher is studying why in vitro fertilization (IVF) success rates are lower in horses than in humans. Read More

Nominations Open for Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board

Nominees should be experienced in wild horse and burro advocacy, veterinary medicine, or public interest. Read More