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New Equine Guelph Tool Helps Horse Owners Identify Lameness

The Lameness Lab will allow horse owners to discover the causes and factors contributing to increased risk. Read More

MHIB Touch of Class Award Presented to Tiffany McClure

McClure is the International Professional Rodeo Association's 2010 World Champion Barrel Racer. Read More

AHC Opposes Proposed Changes to Child Labor Rules on Farms

The proposed rule would effectively bar workers under 16 from working in most capacities in agriculture. Read More

High-Field Equine MRI Now Available in Southern California

A mobile MRI suite will be available at Helen Woodward Equine Hospital in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., as needed. Read More

MSU Veterinary Student Selected for Prestigious Scholarship

The MSU College of Veterinary Medicine congratulates Laura Hoholik, a Markel Scholarship recipient. Read More

WCVM to Host Horse Health Education Day for Young Riders

Pony Club and 4-H members will learn about horse health care, equine veterinary medicine, and horse husbandry. Read More

2012 Equine Business Conference Scheduled

Topics covered include equine insurance; law; tax and finance; and promotion, marketing, and advertising. Read More

Rolex Partners with Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014

Rolex has become an official partner of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014, taking place in Normandy. Read More

Pfizer Introduces Equine Wellness Management Service

Through the service practices can offer online access to horse health and wellness information. Read More

Lloyd's of London: 30 Years of Support for UK Vet Science

Lloyd's of London recently presented the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture a check for $45,000. Read More

UC Davis Lecture Addresses Foot Shape, Shoeing Lame Horses

Sue Dyson, MA, VetMB, PhD, DEO, FRCVS, and Chris Gregory, CJF, FWCF, will present at the lecture in January. Read More

Rutgers ESC Announces 2012 Spirit of the Horse Award Winner

Liz Durkin sponsored R.U. Levi, a Wobbler syndrome-afflicted Mustang who now serves as a teaching horse. Read More

Pigeon Fever Cases in Reported in Louisiana Horses

More than 30 cases of pigeon fever in horses have been recently identified in Louisiana. Read More

Outbreak Alert Helps in Fighting Equine Disease

Since June 2011, the program has provided notification of more than 500 equine disease reports to subscribers. Read More

Cohen Discusses Epidemiology at AAEP Convention

Veterinarians use the principles of evidence-based medicine when they diagnose patients. Read More

New Gene Chip Could Help Detect, Treat WNV in Horses

Researchers developed a "brain and immunity chip" to characterize molecular changes in the equine brain. Read More

UHC Welcomes KEHC and New Vocations as New Members

The UHC is pleased to welcome the Kentucky Equine Humane Center and New Vocations to the coalition. Read More

Large-Animal Rescue Training Scheduled at EKU

The training is scheduled for March 30-Apr. 1, 2012 and will take place in Richmond, Ky. Read More

Harmonski, Wilson Receive 2011 Good Works for Horses Award

The pair was recognized for their commitment to serving equine veterinary needs at Mylestone Equine Rescue. Read More

MSU Alum Receives 'Legend of the Year' Award

Tanja Molby, DVM, received the Legend of the Year award for helping to create the Michigan Equine Foundation. Read More

HSUS Assists Horse Rescue in Wake of Storm Damage

The organization plans to use the funds to replace horses' winter blankets that were lost in the floods. Read More

HorseShow.com Launches 'Coolest Horse' Competition

Horse lovers and owners everywhere can now show why their favorite horse is the 'coolest horse in the world.' Read More

N.Y. Standardbred Trainers Suspended for Drug Infractions

From March 21 to April 1 28 horses tested positive for oxymetazoline--a prohibited topical nasal decongestant. Read More

AAEP Convention Attracts 6,400 to San Antonio

Nearly 6,400 veterinary professionals, guests, and exhibitors attended the 2011 meeting. Read More

AAEP Foundation Announces Laminitis Research Campaign

The first of multiple studies in the laminitis research campaign is already under way at Texas A&M. Read More