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Equine Guelph Offers Courses for Racing Grooms, Trainers

A digestive health course will be free for the first 50 registrants from each of Ontario's three racing sectors. Read More

EEE Confirmed in Bruce County, Ontario, Horse

The 12-year-old unvaccinated mare was euthanized following the sudden onset and progression of neurologic signs. Read More

BLM Hosting Tours of Off-Range Wild Horse, Burro Corral

Two tours of the Indian Lakes Off-Range Wild Horse and Burro Corral in Fallon, Nevada, will take place on Oct. 27. Read More

Reno, Nevada, Responding After Horses Hit by Vehicles

Since Oct. 1 four horses have been struck by vehicles and killed in south Reno. Read More

Ontario Large Animal Rescue Course Taking Place Nov. 17-19

Topics will include emergency preparedness, trailer safety, livestock behavior in stressful situations, and more. Read More

The Lowdown on Drylots

Find out how drylots, small paddocks sacrificed to allow pastures to rest, could help your facility this winter. Read More

Olds College Launches Equine Reproduction Tech Program

The program is designed to provide participants with skills necessary to work in or operate an equine breeding facility. Read More

Keeneland Reaccredited by NTRA Safety, Integrity Alliance

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

Applications Open for Kentucky Horse Council Scholarship

Applications will be accepted until Nov. 15 and the scholarship will be awarded on Dec. 1. Read More

British Horse Health Survey Trends Reflect Current Research

Skin diseases and lameness were the most commonly reported ailments, affecting 31.1% and 23.4% of horses, respectively. Read More

Wild Horse, Burro Advisory Board to Meet in Colorado

The board will meet Oct. 18-19 in Grand Junction to discuss wild horses and burros residing on public lands. Read More

BLM Launches Scoping Period for Horse Gather, Research

The agency has proposed a wild horse gather in the Onaqui Herd Management Area in Utah. Read More

Frisbie Selected as 2018 AAEP Vice-President

Dr. David Frisbie will be installed during the Nov. 20 President's Luncheon at the 2017 AAEP Convention. Read More

Settlement Reached Between FEI, Show Jumper Paige Johnson

Johnson's horse Luke Skywalker 46 tested positive for the local anesthetic pramoxine in January. Read More

Plane With Horse Feed, Vet Supplies Lands in Puerto Rico

Equine groups hope to help the more than 800 Thoroughbreds at Camarero Race Track and other horses on the island. Read More

Pathobiology Professor Focuses Research on Equine Health

Dr. Janet Beeler-Marfisi is studying better ways to diagnose equine lung disease using cell markers and flow cytometry. Read More

Boehringer Ingelheim, FEI Partner to Promote Horse Health

As part of a three-year commitment, Boehringer Ingelheim has become FEI Equine Health Partner and FEI Campus Partner. Read More

BLM, University of Wyoming Resume Wild Horse Movement Study

The effort to outfit mares with GPS collars effort began last winter but was suspended due to poor weather conditions. Read More

Pennsylvania Outlines New Racing Drug, Testing Regulations

Officials say the new regulations are strengthening the integrity of the state's horse racing industry. Read More

Second New Jersey Horse Tests Positive for EEE

The 9-year-old Atlantic County mare had not been vaccinated against EEE for two years and is undergoing treatment. Read More

FEI Issues Decisions on Endurance Prohibited Substance Cases

Three horses tested positive for the banned substance diisopropylamine, a vasodilator. Read More

British Horse Vets Vote Against Corporatization

Seventy-two percent of vets polled disagreed that "corporatization is inevitable and will benefit vets and clients." Read More

Wild Horse Bait-Trap Gather Begins in Water Canyon

Mares released back to the HMA will be retreated with a fertility-control vaccine to reduce population growth. Read More

Erskine Named Jean Ellen Shehan Professor and Director

Dr. Michael Erskine has served as director of Virginia Tech's Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center since 2013. Read More

BLM Begins Rock Springs Wild Horse Gather

The BLM is gathering horses from Wyoming's Adobe Town, Salt Wells Creek, and Great Divide Basin herd management areas. Read More