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AAEP On Call Program to Support 2016 Derby, Oaks Telecasts

Dr. Keith Latson will be on hand to provide health reports regarding the athletes in the Kentucky Oaks and Derby races. Read More

BLM to Offer Two Tours of Fallon Wild Horse and Burro Corral

The public tours of the Indian Lakes Off-Range Wild Horse and Burro Corral in Fallon, Nevada, are scheduled for May 20. Read More

Field Set for 2016 Kentucky Derby

Nyquist goes off as the 3-1 favorite in the 142nd Kentucky Derby, taking place May 7 at Churchill Downs. Read More

TCA Announces April Award of Merit Winners

ReRun, Inc., the Equine Encore Foundation, and the Foxie G Foundation were recognized for aiding Thoroughbreds. Read More

Belmont Park Reaccredited by NTRA Safety, Integrity Alliance

The alliance is designed to establish standards and practices to promote safety and integrity in horse racing. Read More

Maryland EHV-1: No New Cases Reported

The farm was placed on 30-day quarantine when the first case was confirmed on April 18. Read More

Breuer-Bertera Elected to AHC Board of Trustees

Marilyn Breuer-Bertera currently serves as a director for District 2 of the United States Trotting Association. Read More

CHRI Advocates for Medication Reform at Horse Caucus Hearing

Representatives educated Congress members about the Thoroughbred Horseracing Integrity Act of 2015. Read More

Churchill Downs Releases Derby, Oaks Security Protocols

The enhanced equine security measures are part of the track's ongoing safety and integrity program. Read More

Kentucky Ag Commissioner to Speak at May KENA Dinner

Ryan Quarles is the featured presenter for the Kentucky Equine Networking Association meeting in May. Read More

University of Tennessee to Host Equine Podiatry Conference

The preconference workshop and conference for vets and farriers will take place May 20 and 21, respectively. Read More

Churchill Downs Reaccredited by Safety, Integrity Alliance

Churchill Downs was the first track to be accredited in 2009, the NTRA Safety and Integrity Alliance's inaugural year. Read More

New Mexico Enhancing Out-of-Competition Drug Testing Program

The New Mexico Racing Commission will enhance its out-of-competition drug testing program effective immediately. Read More

Eventer Boyd Martin Named Brooke USA Ambassador

In this capacity, he will represent the equine welfare charity throughout the country and in his travels abroad. Read More

Belmont Stakes Celebration to Benefit Equine Research

The celebration, which will benefit the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation, will be held June 9 in New York City. Read More

Grandin Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Temple Grandin, PhD, is an internationally recognized leader in humane animal handling techniques. Read More

McLean to Visit University of Arkansas as King Scholar

Equine behaviorist Dr. Andrew McLean will visit with and lecture to students and others on April 28. Read More

AHC Issues Forum to Focus on Putting Horsepower in Congress

The AHC's annual meeting will take place June 12-15 in Washington, D.C. The issues forum will be held June 13. Read More

Surgeon Ortved Joins New Bolton Center

Dr. Kyla Ortved specializes in orthopedic surgery, including arthroscopy, tenoscopy, and fracture repair. Read More

Second Maryland Horse Tests Positive for EHV

All horses exposed to the two positive cases are currently free of clinical signs and are being monitored daily. Read More

Grayson-Jockey Club's Ocala Initiative Receives Donations

Double Diamond Farm donated $20,000, while Glen Hill Farm and Payton Training Center have each committed $10,000. Read More

Howard County, Maryland, Horse Tests Positive for EHV

The affected horse tested positive for non-neuropathic EHV-1 and was euthanized by a private veterinarian. Read More

Pennsylvania Horse Tests Positive for EIA

A farm in Halifax has been quarantined after a horse residing there tested positive for EIA on April 18. Read More

Three Nebraska Horses Positive for Neurologic EHV-1

One of the affected horses has been euthanized while the other two have been isolated on the premises. Read More

Rabies Confirmed in Santa Cruz County, Arizona, Horse

The horse was hospitalized and later euthanized. Read More