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Jockey Club TIP Increases Shows and Offerings in 2017

TIP will offer awards and classes for Thoroughbreds at more than 1,000 shows in 42 states and six Canadian provinces. Read More

FEI Announces Decision in Anti-Doping Case Involving Vet

The FEI Tribunal has suspended an Indian veterinarian in connection with a 2012 case involving an endurance horse. Read More

Fair Grounds EHV: Some Horses Could be Released Soon

The quarantine will phase out starting with the 42 barns where horses never showed clinical signs of disease. Read More

AHF Funds Arabian Horse Research Projects

The Arabian Horse Foundation is funding research on juvenile idiopathic epilepsy and occipitoatlantoaxial malformation. Read More

Fair Grounds EHV: Entire Facility Quarantined

The EDCC says at least 38 horses tested positive for non-neurologic EHV-1 and two tested positive for neurologic EHV-1. Read More

BLM to Begin Sulphur Wild Horse Gather, PZP Treatment

About 400 horses, including 100-150 mares treated with the contraceptive vaccine, will be released back to the range. Read More

BLM to Begin Reveille Wild Horse Gather

About 80 horses will be removed from the HMA while approximately 55 horses will be released back to the range. Read More

BHA Names Sykes Director of Equine Health, Welfare

David Sykes, BVSc, MRCVS, will take over the newly created role of director of equine health and welfare in March. Read More

Poor Performance: Is Your Horse Affected?

Pinpointing the root cause of poor performance can be anything but simple. Could a respiratory problem be to blame? Read More

New Vocations Opens Facility in New York

Trainer Leandra Cooper will spearhead the training and adoption operations at October Hill Farm, in Fort Edward. Read More

Horse Hoof Health and Nutrition: Balance is Key

Nutrition affects your horse's hooves, but balance is essential for hoof health. Read More

USDA Releases First Report From Equine 2015 Study

The study was designed to give industry members and animal health officials insights on the U.S. equine population. Read More

Secretariat Center Places Record Number of Horses in 2016

The Kentucky-based organization placed 62 retired Thoroughbred racehorses in new homes for second careers. Read More

Latest Equine Hendra Case 'Unusual,' Veterinarians Say

The case confirmed in New South Wales last week revealed unusual signs and aspects of the disease, EVA says. Read More

What is ERU and How Does it Impact Horses?

Equine recurrent uveitis, or ERU, is the most common cause of blindness in horses worldwide. Here's what to remember. Read More

TCA Beneficiary of Thoroughbred Club Holiday Campaign

The Thoroughbred Club of America's annual giving campaign raised more than $5,000. Read More

MHIB Awards $30,000 in Grants for 2017

Funds will be used for a project that provides training for animal control workers in equine welfare cases and more. Read More

BLM to Begin Frisco Wild Horse Gather, Removal, and Research

Some gathered horses will be fitted with tracking devices and returned to the range as part of the research project. Read More

Pleasant, Burns to Headline 2017 Heumphreus Lecture

Dr. Scott Pleasant and farrier Travis Burns will present on hoof-care topics at UC Davis on Jan. 28, 2017. Read More

Morris Animal Foundation Announces New Advisory Board

The Clinical Veterinary Advisory Board will help the foundation understand clinicians' research needs and more. Read More

BLM Concludes Eagle, Silver King Emergency Wild Horse Gather

The BLM removed 74 wild horses from in and outside the Eagle and Silver King herd management areas in eastern Nevada. Read More

BLM Seeks Nominations for Wild Horse, Burro Advisory Board

Nominees with experience in equine behavior, wild horse and burro research, and natural resource management are needed. Read More

RMTC Urges Adoption of Out-of-Competition, MMV Rules

The RMTC urged racing authorities to adopt the rules approved by the Association of Racing Commissioners International. Read More

New South Wales Reports First Equine Hendra Case of 2016

The 22-year-old horse died after a period of illness and receiving treatment from a private veterinarian. Read More

Grayson, Founding Partners Kick Off Kentucky Initiative

The Kentucky Initiative is dedicated to building support for equine health and welfare research in the commonwealth. Read More