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World Horse Welfare to be Badminton's Charity of the Year

World Horse Welfare has been selected as "Charity of the Year" for 2016 at Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials. Read More

Tips on Caring for Senior Horses During Winter

From managing joint health to nutrition and dental issues, learn how to help your old horse conquer the cold. Read More

TCA to Honor Bourbon Lane Stable, Jockey Club TIP

Bourbon Lane will receive the Allaire duPont Leadership Award and the TIP will receive the TCA Industry Service Award. Read More

Hats Off Day Makes Donations to Local Organizations

The Kentucky Horse Park Foundation and Kentucky Equine Humane Center received donations from the annual celebration. Read More

Unwanted Horse Coalition Launches New Website

Find information on the Operation Gelding program, feed and hay banks, accredited equine rescues, and more. Read More

Veterinary Students Benefit from Zoetis Support Program

The program is returning for its eighth year and providing around $1.5 million in donations. Read More

NYSGC Proposes New Regulations in Wake of PETA Claims

Also, the NYGSC fined trainer Steve Asmussen $10,000 for administering thyroxine within 48 hours of racing. Read More

First Phase of Ohio Cobalt Study Complete

Preliminary results suggest cobalt could have detrimental effects on a number of equine body systems. Read More

Adelaide Researchers Investigating Acute Equine Disease

A mystery illness suddenly struck down 14 horses across South Australia last year, eight of them fatally. Read More

BLM Utah to Host Hearing on Vehicles and Wild Horses

The hearing will focus on the use of motorized vehicles and aircraft in wild horse and burro management. Read More

2016 TCA Stallion Season Auction to be Held Jan. 4-9

In 2015, TCA granted over $515,000 to more than 67 Thoroughbred-related charities. Read More

BEVA Provides Information on Medicine for Horse Owners

BEVA has produced a range of tools aimed to educate both veterinarians and horse owners about antibiotic resistance. Read More

Back Country Horsemen of America's Rapport with Wild Lands

The BCH of New Mexico cares for protected lands in the Corrales, Bernalillo, Rio Rancho, and Albuquerque Metro areas. Read More

Checkerboard Wild Horse Gather Comment Period Open

The BLM said public input is valuable and will help the bureau to develop a well-informed environmental assessment. Read More

Colorado VS: Positive Diagnoses in 11 Counties

Forty-five premises remain quarantined while restrictions have been lifted on 376 facilities. Read More

Australia Developing Antibiotic Guidelines Horses, Livestock

The Australian Veterinary Association and Animal Medicines Australia are joining forces to develop the guidelines. Read More

Antimicrobial Research Collection for Vets Available Online

The articles highlight antimicrobial resistance and how vets can help preserve these medications' effectiveness. Read More

Thoroughbred Trainer Buys Former Trainee Out of Auction

Trainer Gary Contessa is encouraging dialogue about a possible fund designed to help retired racehorses out of feedlots. Read More

CHS Inc. Recalls Feed Due to Excessive Copper Content

The recall includes lots of Kountry Buffet 14% Text and Provider 15% Pellet, both for cattle, horses, goats, and sheep. Read More

FEI Managing Several Prohibited Substance Cases

The FEI said a jumper and an endurance horse tested positive, and they issued decisions in other cases. Read More

Arabian Horse Foundation Announces Equine Research Funding

The foundation is supporting projects on EMS, juvenile idiopathic epilepsy, and hoof imbalance and lameness. Read More

Douglas to Discuss Equine Colic During Free Lecture

Hope Douglas, VMD, will discuss types of colic, as well as evaluation and treatment both in the field and in a hospital. Read More

Colorado Horsecare Foodbank Creates Video on Evacuations

The video features tips on training horses for evacuation during natural disasters. Read More

Brooke Report: Working Horses are Invisible

Working equids are not considered "critical" in livestock policies that ensure owners properly care for their animals. Read More

Time to Ride Challenge Reaches 41,000 New Horse Enthusiasts

This year's challenge posted 63% growth over 2014 as top hosts took home $100,000 in cash and prizes. Read More