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Horse Positive for Hendra to be Euthanized

Test samples taken from a horse at a Cawarral horse nursery property have come back positive, showing the horse was exposed to Hendra virus. The virus neutralization test utilized is considered the definitive test to determine whether an Read More

Texas Horse Dies of Rabies, Possible Human Exposure

Public health officials in Texas are alerting anyone who may have come in contact with a certain horse at the Scurry County Rodeo, held in mid-July in Snyder, that they might have been exposed to rabies.

More than 250 contestants from Read More

Historic Windfields Farm to Disperse, Close

Windfields Farm, the historic Canadian nursery that had a major impact on North American breeding, has announced it will close following the dispersal of its remaining bloodstock at this year's Keeneland November sale.

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Maine Reports EEE Case

The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention in the Maine Department of Health and Human Services and the Maine Department of Agriculture's Animal Health and Industry Division announced last week that a 4-year-old Quarter Horse gelding Read More

AAEP Contributes to Racehorse Safety Alliance

The National Thoroughbred Racing Association's Safety and Integrity Alliance has received a contribution of $15,000 from the American Association of Equine Practitioners.

"The American Association of Equine Practitioners and its foundation Read More

Hendra: Horse Events in Area Clear to Continue, Vet Says

The horse community is being encouraged to continue with planned events as authorities continue to respond to the Hendra virus incident at Cawarral, near Rockhampton. Three horses on a Cawarral, Queensland, property died in late July and early Read More

16-Year-Old Quarter Horse Racehorse Still Winning

American Quarter Horse runner Silent Cash Dasher on Sunday won at Blue Ribbon Downs in Sallisaw, Okla. Owned and trained by Gary Earp of Jay, Okla., the gelding by Dash Easy is 16 years old.

In a sport with the majority of its participants Read More

Retired Thoroughbreds the Focus of Safety Alliance Panel

The National Thoroughbred Racing Association Safety and Integrity Alliance has formed a special subcommittee focusing on aftercare of retired Thoroughbreds. The goal of the NTRA Safety and Integrity Alliance Subcommittee on Aftercare is to work Read More

The Germinator Brush for Horses


Contact: Barbara Pierce

Kinetic Technologies LLC



Introducing the Germinator Brus Read More

Quarter Horse Named Official State Horse of Texas

Texas' history is closely intertwined with that of the American Quarter Horse, beginning with Steel Dust, one of the forebears of the state's more than 470,000 American Quarter Horses. In the early days, the horses were used to help settle the Read More

New U.S. Steeplechase Championships to Get Television Coverage

The inaugural running of the U.S. Steeplechase Championships will take place Saturday, Oct. 17. The event will consist of 12 races contested for $700,000 in purse money at two different race meets on the steeplechase schedule: the Far Hills Race Read More

Further Hendra Virus Tests Negative at Affected Farm

The Hendra virus tests on 25 horses at a Cawarral, Queensland, property, as well as nine others that left the property, continue to return negative results. Three horses on the property died in late July and early August. Two of the dead horses Read More

Big Brown Galloping at Three Chimneys

Big Brown, the 2008 champion 3-year-old male and winner of that year's Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes, started back under tack Monday morning Aug. 17 at Robert N. Clay's Three Chimneys Farm near Midway, Ky.

The farm typically exercises Read More

Trails Across Wyoming

Come and ride the history!

Wyoming offers open spaces, plains, mountains and some great Western history! Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Johnson County wars, Tom Horn and others! Having ridden the Outlaw Trail Ride© guiding up to 100 Read More

Red Barn Mats

Surfacing Resources, LLC, a leading supplier and installer of quality rubber flooring for the equine industry, is proud to announce the addition of Red Barn mats to our product line.

Red Barn has manufactured high quality, 100% Read More

Smallest Thoroughbred Foal Crop Since 1977 Predicted

The Jockey Club is projecting a 2010 North American registered Thoroughbred foal crop of 30,000. The group has also revised its original estimate of registered foals for 2009 from 35,400 to 34,000.

The 2010 foal crop is projected to be the Read More

Hendra Virus: Additional Horses Test Positive

Biosecurity Queensland has received initial test results on samples taken from 25 horses at the Cawarral horse nursery. All of the results were clear except for one horse, which showed a positive result for Hendra virus infection from the blood Read More

Saratoga Offers Visits with Mine That Bird, Rachel Alexandra, Summer Bird

Saratoga is the only racetrack in the country where fans can catch a glimpse of all three 2009 classic winners. On Friday, Aug. 21, three lucky individuals will win a chance to meet one of these great horses face-to-face.

Saratoga patrons Read More

Vets to Participate in National Animal Health Emergency Response Corps

Veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and veterinary students can participate in the National Animal Health Emergency Response Corps, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced. The Animal Health Emergency Response Corps, a program of Read More

Horses Potentially Exposed to Hendra Tracked, Tested

Veterinarians with Biosecurity Queensland have taken samples from 25 horses at a Cawarral horse facility to confirm any further cases of Hendra virus following the deaths of three horses at the property since July 28. The most recent death, whic Read More

Equine Dewormers: Use Care When Choosing Products

When confronted by shelves and shelves of dewormers, many horse owners can be confused about their choices--and the issue of equine parasite resistance adds even greater confusion. Read More

Hendra Virus Testing Continues after Three Horse Deaths

Veterinarians with Biosecurity Queensland are taking samples from 25 horses at a Cawarral horse facility to confirm any further cases of Hendra virus.

This follows the deaths of three horses at the property since July 28. The most recent Read More

Tarter Becomes Sponsor of 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games

DATE: August 11, 2009

LEXINGTON, KY— The World Games 2010 Foundation today announced that Kentucky-based Tarter Farm & Ranch Equipment is now the Official Provider of Equine and Livestock Management Equipment of the 2010 Alltech FEI Read More

Nutrena Brand Introduces New Bag Design for Life Design Horse Feeds

Date: August 10, 2009

Contact: Gina Thesing, (763) 263-8350, gina_thesing@cargill.com; Liz Pearce, (952) 742-6202, Read More

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