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FEI President Pushes 'Clean Sport' Message

The FEI is preparing to launch the global Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Program on Jan. 1, 2016. Read More

BLM Utah Proposes Wild Horse and Burro Research Projects

The BLM will work with the United States Geological Survey to conduct several studies on wild horses and burros. Read More

Are You Already Thinking About Blanket Season?

Don't wait until winter! Prepare ahead of time with tips on deciding whether to blanket, how to fit a blanket, and more. Read More

Commission: Indiana Grand Cobalt Results ‘Pristine’

After 60 days of racing, all of the 221 samples tested were beneath the of 25 ppb (parts per billion) threshold. Read More

New Jersey Reports First Equine EEE Case of 2015

The unvaccinated 2-year-old Gloucester County mare was euthanized Aug. 25. Read More

TVMDL Reports Additional Equine WNV Cases in Texas

As of Aug. 24, a total of 10 horses--all unvaccinated--have tested positive for WNV. Read More

Time to Ride Challenge Breaks 20,000 Newcomers Mark

The challenge has reached 20,107 newcomers as of Aug. 26, a 31% increase over this point in 2014. Read More

BEVA Congress to Feature Sessions for Equine Nurses

"Veterinary nursing day" will feature lectures aimed specifically at members of the profession. Read More

Forage Quality, Feeding Strategies Workshop Sept. 19

Lecture topics will include forage types, efficient forage use, hay production and quality, and more. Read More

One Dreamer Stakes to Benefit Equine Research

Glen Hill Farm's sponsorship of the stakes race will benefit the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation. Read More

Colorado VS: Number of Quarantined Premises Dropping

As of Aug. 26, 65 locations in 15 counties are under quarantine for vesicular stomatitis (VS). Read More

Young Equine Enthusiast Raises Money for UHC

The Unwanted Horse Coalition (UHC) has received a generous donation of $102 from 11-year-old supporter Sophia Hatto. Read More

Survey: Limbs, Not Feet, Main Cause of Lameness

A British survey revealed that lameness is three times more likely to be caused by limb conditions than hoof problems. Read More

BLM is Still Seeking Information on Wild Horse Shooting

A 14-year old palomino stallion was shot and killed with a small caliber gun in July. Read More

BLM to Conduct Emergency Gather of Idaho Wild Horses

The emergency gather aims to maintain herd health and protect rangelands that have been impacted by the Soda Fire. Read More

Equine Surface Experts Reach Footing Consensus

The experts agree that research results could evolve into standards that can help protect horses and riders. Read More

Zayat Stables to Donate Some of American Pharoah's Earnings

Zayat Stables will donate a percentage of the Triple Crown winner's earnings to New Vocations. Read More

MacNamara Joins Bolton Center Equine Field Service Team

Dr. Brian MacNamara has special interests in lameness and the causes of poor performance in the equine athlete. Read More

Study to Evaluate Cobalt as Equine Performance Enhancer

The USTA-funded study will evaluate whether cobalt can improve performance and if it is detrimental to horses' health. Read More

California Supports Third-Party Furosemide Administration

Further review of the matter should help deal with potential problems, not sidetrack the initiative, officials say. Read More

Virginia Confirms Second Equine EEE Case of 2015

The 3-year-old Tennessee Walking Horse from Chesapeake was recently purchased and her vaccination history is unknown. Read More

Greene Recognized as JCEP Professional of the Year

Elizabeth (Betsy) Greene, PhD, is a professor and Extension equine specialist at the University of Vermont. Read More

Prepare for Atypical Myopathy Before Autumn Arrives

Now is the time to identify sycamore trees around horse pastures and reduce horses' risk of consuming the toxic seeds. Read More

West Nile Virus Confirmed in New Mexico Horse

The affected horse from Valencia County is reportedly recovering. Read More

Saratoga Springs Pledges to Help Racehorse Retirement

Saratoga Springs will become the first city to address responsible racehorse stewardship in an official pledge. Read More