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Colorado State Researchers Begin New EHV-1 Study

The study will look at how EHV-1 compromises the equine immune system upon entering the airway and throat. Read More

UHC Operation Gelding Continues into 2012

The UHC's Operation Gelding program has aided in gelding 359 colts or stallions to date. Read More

WCVM Research Survey Targets Cushing's Disease

The objective of the survey is to determine the prevalence of Cushing's disease worldwide. Read More

Researcher Receives Grant to Study 'Tiger Eye' in Paso Finos

A favorable trait, the "tiger eye" iris color is a yellow-orange shade believed to be unique to Paso Finos. Read More

AHC: Connect with Congress on Equine Issues

It's important that elected leaders understand and appreciate the United State's $102 billion horse industry. Read More

AHC Explains Changes in Tax Benefits for Horse Owners

The 179 expense deduction applies to horses, farm equipment, and other depreciable property used in a business Read More

MHIB Recognizes National Champion Pony Sire

Blue Rain, the USEF National Champion Pony Sire from 2004 to 2011, received the award on Jan. 21. Read More

LSU Veterinary School Helps Care for Rescued Horses

The LSU veterinary school helped provide medical care for dozens of allegedly maltreated horses. Read More

UF Surgical Patient Turned into Model Horse

The stallion was a model patient at the UF in 2008 and 2009 and is now being turned into a Breyer model horse. Read More

EQUUS Foundation Joins ELCR as Premier Conservation Partner

ELCR's is mission to educate the public about the immediate need to conserve land for equine-related activity. Read More

The Horse Trust Launches New Influenza Vaccination Policy

More travelling and visitors for residents, and the admission of rescue cases prompted the new policy. Read More

"Colic in 3D: The Glass Horse" Lecture Scheduled

On Tuesday, Feb.7, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., the New Bolton Center will present "Colic in 3D: The Glass Horse." Read More

KHC Forms New All-Industry Advisory Council

The Kentucky Breeds & Discipline Council will ensure a direct link between the KHC and the equine industry. Read More

ASPCA Donates Funds to Feed Horses Impacted by Wildfires

The $15,000 will be used to buy feed for horses and cattle affected by disastrous wildfires in Montana. Read More

Vets and Horse Owners Team Up for New Deworming Strategy

One veterinarian combined a barbecue and fecal egg testing to educate clients on a new deworming strategy. Read More

CSU Names New Dean of CVMBS

Colorado State University has announced that Mark Stetter, DVM, Dipl. ACZM, has been named dean of the CVMBS. Read More

ATA to Host International Horse Transport Conference

The conference will take place March 18-21 and will cover a wide variety of transport-related topics. Read More

Applications Being Accepted for Free Vaccines Through UHVRC

The deadline for spring vaccines through the Unwanted Horse Veterinary Relief Campaign (UHVRC) is Feb. 1. Read More

Equine Rotavirus Vaccine Moves to Pfizer Animal Health Label

Pfizer's Equine Rotavirus Vaccine has an updated appearance and packaging to reflect the current manufacturer. Read More

CSU Equine Program Receives $1.5 million Donation

The donation established the Wagonhound Land and Livestock Chair in Equine Sciences. Read More

Riders4Helments to Host 3rd Helmet Safety Symposium

Safety topics will be discussed by leading equestrians and representatives from equestrian organizations. Read More

Wisconsin Horse Nutrition Workshop Scheduled for Feb. 11

Topics of discussion will include vitamin and mineral supplementation, managing hay, and ration balancing. Read More

Thoroughbred Stallion Einstein To Help Kentucky Students

The value of Einstein's stud fee will be donated to the Race for Education's Starting Gate Youth Program. Read More

East Texas Horse Rescue Receives Grant from ASPCA

The $4,000 grant will be used to buy hay for the organization's rescued horses. Read More

Neurologic EHV-1 Confirmed in North Carolina Horse

The mare was taken to the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University upon becoming ill. Read More