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Do Horses in Mild Climates Need Extra Care During Winter?

Not everyone sees snow fly during the winter months, but horses still have seasonal needs that must be met. Read More

Time to Ride Contest Rewards Top Marketing Strategies

This written-entry contest rewards Time to Ride Challenge contestants for innovative and effective outreach strategies. Read More

TAA Accredited 37 Organizations for 2017

The organizations include 31 that were reaccredited and six that received accreditation for the first time. Read More

BEVA's MumsVet Introduces Guidance Resources for Employers

The documents are designed to provide guidance and resources for veterinary employers with pregnant staff. Read More

Equine Parasitology Research Dr. Gene Lyons Dies

Eugene T. Lyons, PhD, a longtime UK Department of Veterinary Science faculty member, died Dec. 7. He was 86. Read More

ARCI Model Rules Committee to Meet Dec. 7-8

Possible discussion topics include joint treatments and injections, detailed equine health records, and more. Read More

Nominations Open for 2018 Equine Industry Vision Award

The award recognizes innovation across the entire equine market, as well as ingenuity and service. Read More

BLM Seeks Input on Nevada Wild Horse Gather Plan

The BLM is proposing to gather and remove wild horses in and outside Caliente Herd Area Complex boundaries. Read More

Research on Pain Scoring System for Ridden Horses Continues

This part of the study details behavioral pain markers, including head tossing, unwillingness to go forwards, and more. Read More

2018 Resort Symposium Focuses on Practical Critical Care

The AAEP's 20th Annual Resort Symposium will take place Jan. 29-31, 2018, on the island of Maui. Read More

BHA to Note Horses' First Start Since Wind Surgery on Cards

This racecard data will provide transparency for bettors and help generate data for equine health and welfare research. Read More

BHA: Foal Notifications Aid in Thoroughbreds' Care for Life

Starting Jan. 1, 2018, breeders/owners will be required to report the birth of a foal in Great Britain within 30 days. Read More

ASPCA Grants $185,000 to Help Retired Racehorses

The ASPCA Rescuing Racers Initiative has granted more than $2 million to help protect former racehorses. Read More

BHA Seeks Rule Change on Anti-Doping Penalties

The BHA hopes to ensure its ability to enforce penalties for breaching the equine anti-doping rules. Read More

OSU Resumes Normal Operations Following EHV-1 Case

There was no virus transmission to other horses within or outside of the hospital. Read More

More Than 5,300 Saddle Up in San Antonio at AAEP Convention

The American Association of Equine Practitioners' 63rd Annual Convention took place Nov. 17-21 in San Antonio, Texas. Read More

Set Up Your Senior Horse For Cold-Weather Comfort

Ensure you're providing your senior horse with the support he needs to stay healthy all winter long. Read More

Digital Foal Certificates to be Introduced in 2018

The Jockey Club will be using digital foal certificates to replace hard copies beginning with the 2018 foal crop. Read More

Boise Wild Horse Corral Reopens After Strangles Outbreak

About 75% of the horses at the facility contracted strangles, and all have fully recovered. Read More

Saddle Fit Conference to Take Place in December 2018

The program will focus on the latest research, from equine pain recognition to rider posture and equine biomechanics. Read More

BLM Beginning Second Year of Conger Horse Gather, Study

The gather is part of a two-year study in which researchers are evaluating wild horse behavior and ecology. Read More

AAEP Foundation Establishes Equine Research Endowment

The endowment is funded in part by a donation from the late Dr. Michelle LeBlanc's estate. Read More

Virginia Owners, AAEP Foundation Create Scholarship

Renee and John Grisham and the AAEP Foundation awarded $5,000 scholarships to five equine veterinary students. Read More

Dr. Harry Werner Named AAEP Distinguished Life Member

The award honors an AAEP member who has made outstanding contributions to the association throughout their career. Read More

Ryerss Farm for Aged Equines Awarded AAEP 2017 Lavin Cup

The Lavin Cup honors a nonveterinary organization or individual that works to improve equine welfare. Read More