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Tele-View TV-500 Equine Exercise Endoscope

Advanced Monitors Corporation announces the release of the Tele-View TV-500 Equine Exercise Endoscope.

The Tele-View Equine Exercise Endoscope is an easy-to-use method of analyzing airway restriction problems in the upper respiratory Read More

Groomer Concentrate

Nature’s Balance Care promotes Groomer Concentrate for healthy, natural relief of rain rot and scratches.

Groomer Concentrate is an all natural, skin scrub, rinse, and spray with an Organic listing through the Organic Materials Review Read More

Hygiene Shovel

Union Jack Stable and Garden announce the release of the Solid One-Piece Hygiene Shovel, an ideal tool for stable owners, barn managers, and equine health professionals.

This new product is made from a solid piece of lightweight, Read More

Dr. Steeve Giguère Named Marguerite Thomas Hodgson Chair of Equine Studies

Steeve Giguère, PhD, DVM, Dipl ACVIM, has been appointed to the Marguerite Thomas Hodgson Chair of Equine Studies in the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine.

The Hodgson Chair is funded by a $1million endowment established by Read More

Mt. Eden Sweeps First Day Of Kentucky Cup Vaulting

The Mt. Eden Vaulters, of Saratoga, Calif., dominated the first day of the Kentucky Cup Vaulting at the Kentucky Horse Park. The Kentucky Cup is the vaulting test event for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games next September.

Vaulters Read More

University of Maine Extension Offers Hay Directory

With the large amount of rain Maine has experienced this summer, it has been a challenge to produce quality hay for Maine's livestock industry. If hay growers did not take advantage of excellent weather for dry hay production at the end of May and Read More

Equine Vet Brinsko Named Theriogenology Vice President

Steven Brinsko, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACT, associate professor and chief of Theriogenology in the Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, has been named the 2009 Read More

Horse Use on State Lands Report, Recommendations Released

State game lands can be beautiful places to ride horses. However, riding (along with hiking, biking, and other uses) is permitted or restricted by individual state's policies. The purchase and maintenance of these lands is generally funded by th Read More

Tufts Vet School to Host Open House Sept. 12

Raptors will take flight in the new Agnes Varis Auditorium and an expected crowd of thousands will gather to learn about all the furry, galloping, and ruminating animals at Tufts University's Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine Read More

EHV-1 Quarantine at Pennsylvania Stable

Horses at Rolling Hills Ranch stable in Bridgeville, Allegheny County, Pa., have been quarantined after at least three horses tested positive for the neurologic form of equine herpesvirus-1, or EHV-1, Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff said Read More

Horsemen, Land Conservation Group Form Alliance

The Back Country Horsemen of America (BCHA) and the Equine Land Conservation Resource (ELCR) have formed an alliance.

Back Country Horsemen of America is a national membership organization whose mission is to preserve horseback riding and Read More

Rachel Alexandra Preps for Sunday's Haskell Invitational

Preakness Stakes winner Rachel Alexandra had her final workout July 27 at Saratoga as she continues to prepare for her next start in the $1.25 million Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park on Sunday, Aug. 2.

Over the training track at Read More

Registering a Thoroughbred Foal? Remember Retirement Program

The majority of Thoroughbred registration applications were recently mailed to the breeders fo 2009 live foals. The Jockey Club is reminding owners and breeders that they can contribute to the post-racing care of Thoroughbreds through a voluntar Read More

Cutting Horse Costs a Focus of UK Welfare Group Publications

The UK's National Equine Welfare Council (NEWC) has produced two new brochures on responsible horse management in response to the high number of requests for help that their members are receiving from horse owners struggling Read More

Oral Rabies Vaccine Distributed in Arizona

Oral rabies vaccine baits are being distributed around Flagstaff, Ariz., to reduce the incidence of rabies in gray fox, said Wildlife Services, a program within the USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. The distribution was Read More

Minimum Standards of Care Established by Kentucky Horse Group

In an effort to provide a basic guideline for minimum horse care requirements, the Kentucky Horse Council (KHC) recently developed an eight page educational guide called Minimum Standards for Equine Care in Kentucky. The guide is a free resource Read More

Equine Tapeworms Prevalent in Western States, Study Shows

New data shows tapeworm prevalence on West Coast farms as 17.3% in California, 36.5% in Oregon and 25.3% in Washington. A 2003 study in equine parasitology by Craig Reinemeyer, DVM, PhD, of East Tennessee Clinical Research, uncovered the high Read More

ThinLine Introduces Expanded Line of Tack

Originally known for its no-slip english and western saddle pads, ThinLine Inc. announces an expanded tack line, including halters, dressage bridles, jumping and dressage girths, and western cinches.

ThinLine’s new line of tack resemble Read More

Team USA Wins WEG Reining Test Event

Team USA's Aaron Ralston made history when he entered the ring as the first athlete ever to compete in the Kentucky Horse Park's new indoor arena in Kentucky Cup Reining, the first test event for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) Read More

Going Green: Environmental Stewardship for Horse Owners

Most horse owners have happy memories of trotting down a tree-shaded lane, riding along a stream of clear water, or cantering across an open field. Nature and horses just go together.

"Taking steps to protect the environment can improve you Read More

Equine Stem Cell Research Supported by Fellowship

A University of Guelph researcher has been awarded a prestigious post-doctoral fellowship worth more than $1 million over three years to advance research on the use of stem cells to treat cartilage injuries in horses.

The fellowship will Read More

Tea Tree Medicated Shampoo

Tea Tree Medicated Shampoo by Espree Animal Products Inc., is an effective anti-fungal, anti-bacterial shampoo containing the natural ingredients of Tea Tree Oil and Aloe. 

Tea Tree Medicated Shampoo aids in the relief of multiple Read More

Two East Texas Horses Die of EEE

Two horses in East Texas, one in Jasper County and the other in Newton County, have died from Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE). Humans also are susceptible to EEE, which causes inflammation of the brain. The disease is spread by mosquitoes, and Read More

Vet Contest Nominations Now Open

Nominate your veterinarian for the third annual Thank Your Vet for a Healthy Pet contest, conducted by the Morris Animal Foundation.

The national short-essay contest honors America's veterinarians for their dedication to helping animals and Read More

Australia Quarantine Respiratory Disease Not Horse Flu, Vet Says

A number of imported horses at Australia's Eastern Creek Quarantine Station are showing signs of equine herpesvirus type-4 (EHV-4), reported Australia's Chief Veterinary Officer, Andy Carroll, BVSc (hons), MSc, Phd, Cert QA Aud.

EHV-4, a Read More