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USDA to Host Listening Session on Soring at Ky. Horse Park

The USDA hopes to obtain public feedback on its Horse Protection Program and soring. Read More

Health Topics to be Discussed at Va. Equine Conference

Presentation topics include small acreage grazing systems, designing a feeding program, and emergency care. Read More

FEI Launches Pictogram Design Competition

The FEI is seeking participants to create new "pictograms" to represent each of its disciplines. Read More

International Conference Brings Science to Saddles

Attendees reviewed research and targeted areas for future research on horse, rider, and saddle interactions. Read More

Horse Health Education Evening in British Columbia, March 14

Veterinarians will discuss EHV-1, new diagnostic imaging techniques, and more during the session. Read More

CHRB Medication Committee Names Advisory Panel

The panel will provide insight on various health issues for the CHRB Medication and Track Safety Committee. Read More

Rutgers Equine Science Center Launches Spring Webinar Series

Webinar topics include "Horse Promotion and Marketability" and "Refeeding the Starved Horse." Read More

Contraceptive Evaluated for Use in British Semiferal Ponies

A contraceptive will be evaluated for use in a herd of semiferal ponies residing in Southwest England. Read More

Take Steps Now to Prevent West Nile Virus in Horses

It's important that horse owners consult their vets about WNV prevention options before mosquito season. Read More

KHC Offers Tornado Disaster Relief to Horse Owners

The KHC and U.S. Equine Disaster Relief Fund are working to provide help for owners impacted by the tornadoes. Read More

Western Feed, LLC Recalls Kountry Buffet Horse Feed

The recalled Kountry Buffet 14% horse feed could contain monensin sodium, which can be fatal for horses. Read More

AHP Launches Second Equine Industry Survey

American Horse Publications has launched a second industry survey to gauge trends in the U.S. equine industry. Read More

Equestrians from 41 Nations Qualify for 2012 London Olympics

Riders from 41 nations have qualified to compete in the equestrian events at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Read More

BHA Announces Amendments to Whip Rules

One board member said "there is not a welfare problem associated with the use of the cushioned whip." Read More

USDA: Equine Operations Now Eligible for Emergency Loans

Equine operations that breed, raise, and sell certain types of horses are now eligible for emergency loans. Read More

Rabies Confirmed in Two Middle Tennessee Horses

The horses from Rutherford and Marshall counties died last month and this month, respectively. Read More

AQHA to Offer Coat Color Tests

The coat color genetic tests include a panel test, individual color tests, and gray zygosity test. Read More

Merck Unveils Websites to Help Owners Understand EPM, WNV

To help owners stay on top of EPM and WNV, Merck Animal Health has developed two new comprehensive websites. Read More

ASPCA Grants More Than $1.5 Million to Equine Groups in 2011

The ASPCA provided $1,682,352 in the form of 183 grants to support equine rescue groups in 38 states in 2011. Read More

UC Davis Owner Education Seminar to be Streamed Online

The webcast will be presented free of charge and will be available online tomorrow beginning at 8:30 a.m. PST. Read More

Suspensory Ligament Diseases Lecture Scheduled

On March 6, New Bolton Center will present "Suspensory Ligament Diseases in the Performance Horse." Read More

EPA: Fertility Control Vaccine Approved for U.S. Wild Horses

The Environmental Protection Agency has officially registered the first contraceptive vaccine for horses. Read More

International Panel Identifies Priorities for Colic Research

The panel's report identified future research priorities for the study of equine colic. Read More

Alltech's Equine News and Brews Resumes Feb. 23

The 2012 program kicks off on Feb. 23 with "Managing Angular Limb Deformities in the Young Horse." Read More

Industry-Wide Campaign Launched to Help 'Unwanted' Horses

"A Home For Every Horse" seeks to place, foster, and sponsor America's 170,000 unwanted horses. Read More