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Breeders Invited to Free Broodmare Health Seminar

The event will take place Sept. 9 at Hoosier Park Racing and Casino in Anderson, Indiana. Read More

Healthy Teeth Make for a Happy Horse

Dental problems are common in horses and can lead to behavior changes, chronic pain, and reduced performance. Read More

Przewalski's Horse Maja Dies

The 13-year-old mare was euthanized at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute after developing renal failure. Read More

Three Nevada Horses Test Positive for West Nile

None of the three affected horses were vaccinated against West Nile virus. Read More

Vets Invited to Saddle Up for AAEP Convention in San Antonio

The 63rd Annual AAEP Convention will take place Nov. 17-21 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. Read More

Virginia EHV-1 Update: Additional Horse Tests Positive

A third horse on the index farm developed a fever and subsequently tested positive for neurologic EHV-1. Read More

Tips for Feeding Foals After Weaning

Weanlings require additional support and feeding adjustments as they grow. Here's what to remember. Read More

A Breath of Fresh Air: Senior Horse Respiratory Health

While every horse needs quality air to breathe, senior horses are particularly at risk for respiratory diseases. Read More

Virginia EHV-1 Update: No New Cases Confirmed

The affected horses are from a small private farm in Culpeper County, which is under quarantine until at least Sept. 4. Read More

Maryland Horse Owners: Keep Vaccinations Up-To-Date

Vaccines can help protect horses against potentially deadly West Nile virus and Eastern equine encephalomyelitis. Read More

Delaware Reports First Equine WNV Case of 2017

The 11-year-old Quarter Horse mare from Kent County, which was not currently vaccinated against WNV, was euthanized. Read More

Culpepper, Virginia, Horses Test Positive for EHV-1

One horse is recovering with supportive care while the other was euthanized. Both horses are from the same farm. Read More

Does Equine Lameness Need to be Redefined?

Researchers say "lameness" should be redefined to reflect new digital assessment techniques to detect gait asymmetries. Read More

ARCI Updates Model Rules, Will Review Penalty Guidelines

Some believe the recommended penalties aren't enough for egregious violations and too harsh for isolated minor offenses. Read More

Jockey Club's 2017 Round Table Meeting in the Books

Topics covered included the Horseracing Integrity Act of 2017, Thoroughbred Safety Committee recommendations, and more. Read More

UC Davis Equine Researchers Tackling Coronavirus

Research can help vets better diagnose and treat the disease and horse owners manage or even prevent outbreaks. Read More

BLM Set to Begin Bible Springs Complex Wild Horse Gather

The BLM plans to gather and remove about 100 wild horses from state, private, and BLM-managed lands. Read More

102 Reasons to Vaccinate Horses Against Hendra Virus

Since 1994, when the virus was first identified, 102 Australian horses have died or been euthanized due to Hendra virus. Read More

BLM Concludes Marietta Wild Burro Gather

The BLM gathered 129 wild burros within and outside the Marietta Wild Burro Range, in Mineral County, Nevada. Read More

Washington Confirms First Equine WNV Case of 2017

The 10-year-old Quarter Horse from Spokane County suffered incoordination and muscle tremors but is recovering. Read More

Strangles: How to Protect Your Horse

Learn how to help your horse remain free of this common and highly contagious respiratory disease. Read More

Colorado Confirms First Equine WNV Case for 2017

A horse residing in Larimer County tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV) on Aug. 2. Read More

FEI Suspends U.S. Show Jumper Paige Johnson for a Year

The FEI also announced that a Belgian show jumping horse has tested positive for a metabolite of the analgesic tramadol. Read More

Five IFHA Reference Laboratories Appointed

Labs in Australia, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, and the United States earned reference laboratory accreditation. Read More

EEE Detected in Effingham County, Georgia, Horse

A viral disease, EEE affects the central nervous system and is transmitted to horses by infected mosquitoes. Read More