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BEVA Publishes Book to Celebrate 50 Years

The book's 17 chapters were each written by an individual who had a significant role within the organization. Read More

Cohen Discusses Epidemiology in the 2011 Milne Lecture

Texas A&M professor Noah Cohen, VMD, MPH, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, delivered the Frank J. Milne lecture Nov. 20. Read More

Inaugural EQUUS Foundation Research Fellowships Awarded

Two equine researchers were presented today with the inaugural 2011 EQUUS Foundation Research Fellowships. Read More

Penn State Receives Legacy Award from AQHA

The Legacy award honors those who have registered at least one foal for fifty consecutive years Read More

Pan Am Endurance Silver Medalists Receive MHIB Award

John Crandell III and Heraldic won two silver medals at the Endurance competition at the Pan American Games. Read More

Lecture on Causes of Collapse in the Horse Scheduled

On Dec. 6, the New Bolton Center will present "The Collapsing Horse: When it's the Heart and When it's Not." Read More

USHJA Joins ELCR as Premier Conservation Partner

The Conservation Partners Program is a national network that reaches over 1.2 million American horsemen. Read More

Updated BEVA Prepurchase Exam Guidelines in Effect

The revised PPE certificate and new guidelines describe how the five-step exam should be carried out. Read More

UHC Operation Gelding Continues with More Castration Clinics

The Unwanted Horse Coalition's Operation Gelding program has aided in gelding 276 colts and stallions to date. Read More

TRF Expands Foster Care Options

For $5 a day, you are the virtual owner of your horse and the sole supporting sponsor of an ex-racehorse. Read More

Second Pfizer/NTRA Professional Education Seminar Successful

Pfizer Animal Health veterinarians helped promote health and wellness practices in the racing industry. Read More

Nominations for 2012 ESMAs Open Next Month

From Dec. 15 to Dec. 24, you will be able to nominate your social media favorites via the ESMA Facebook page. Read More

Good Works Honoree Provides for Therapeutic Riding Center

Shawn Dolan, DVM, of Augusta, Mich., was selected as the September Good Works For Horses Campaign honoree. Read More

Pfizer Opens New Equine Research Center in Michigan

The center will be Pfizer's hub for research and development of equine vaccines and novel therapeutics. Read More

USEF Drugs and Medication Rule Changes Effective Dec. 1

NSAID administration, the use of flunixin, and anabolic steroid classification are among the noted changes. Read More

2011 Rutgers Equine Science Update Scheduled for Dec. 8

The evening will include a high-speed treadmill demonstration and an Equine Science Center activity update. Read More

Show Jumping Champion Hickstead Dead

The Canadian stallion collapsed and died following a jumping round in Vernoa, Italy. Read More

Clark Resigns as CEO of Hagyard Equine Medical Institute

Andrew Clark, DVM, MBA,has decided to resign his position as Hagyard CEO effective Dec. 31, 2011. Read More

Horse Treadmill Makes Learning Equine Science Fun for Youth

The Rutgers ESC has added a virtual tour of their exercise physiology laboratory to their website. Read More

Drug to Treat PPID Clinical Signs Receives FDA Approval

The newly approved medication is the first and only FDA-approved product for managing PPID in horses. Read More

FEI President Celebrates Equine Vets at 2011 WEVA Congress

FEI President HRH Princess Haya delivered the opening address at the 2011 WEVA Congress in India on Nov. 2. Read More

ELCR Elects Colby Balazs to Board of Directors

A three-day eventer, Balazs is familiar with land use issues and is especially sensitive to land conservation. Read More

Pfizer Returns to AAEP Convention for Four Days of CE

Pfizer will support continuing education (CE) for the organization's veterinarian and student members. Read More

Deadline Date for 2012 AHP Student Award Contest Jan. 16

Up to three $750 travel awards to attend the 2012 AHP Seminar will be awarded to applicants. Read More

OIE, FEI: Updates Needed in South American Horse Movement

The OIE and FEI say outdated, unjustified import and export barriers have hurt the growth of equestrian sport. Read More