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Gourmeds

Gourmeds compounding service for veterinarians and the people who struggle with giving medications to their animals. This new service provides the compounded preparations that veterinarians prescribe most frequently in chewable, naturally flavored Read More

Kentucky International Equine Summit Secures Additional Sponsors

The inaugural Kentucky International Equine Summit 2008 has landed two more sponsors--the Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP) and the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF).

The event, scheduled for April 28-29, 2008, is Read More

Dover Saddlery, Game Ready Recovery System Partnering

Game Ready Equine has selected Dover Saddlery as the exclusive mail order provider of the Game Ready Equine System within the United States.

Game Ready Equine is an accelerated recovery system based on patented dry cold and active Read More

Kansas State to Break Ground on Equine Education Center Oct. 27

A formal groundbreaking for the first phase of the new Kansas State University Equine Education Center will take place Oct. 27 at 9 a.m.

Funded by private donors, the equine center will be located on the northeast side of K-State´s Manhatta Read More

WEG 2010: Trade Show Advance Registration Offered

The first opportunity to become a vendor at the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games is officially underway. The World Games 2010 Foundation, the organization responsible for planning, staging, and conducting the 2010 Games, has announced Read More

RP Ultimate Comfort Dressage Bridle

The crownpiece design of the Comfort Bridle alleviates poll pressure by incorporating the cavesson, cheek pieces, and headstall into a single padded strap that distributes pressure and protects the sensitive area behind the horse's ear. Each piece is Read More

Australia Equine Flu: Victoria Situation Report

From the Australian Horse Industry Council:

As of Oct. 11, New South Wales (NSW) and Queensland are both affected by equine influenza (EI). All the other states and territories remain EI free.

Vaccination of horses in NSW Read More

KEEP Plans Kentucky Stallion Season Auction to Raise Funds

The Kentucky Equine Education Project will hold a stallion season auction Dec. 7 to raise funds to support promotion of the horse industry as well as legislative endeavors.

KEEP will offer breeding rights from many of Kentucky's premiere Read More

Lameness Experts Meet to Discuss Upcoming Research, Funding

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) Foundation hosted a Lameness Research Meeting and Panel Aug. 1 in Fort Collins, Colo. Researchers and lameness experts from around the world met to prioritize future lameness research needs Read More

AHC Supporting Proposed Import Rule Change for Entertainment Horses

The American Horse Council (AHC) has submitted comments supporting the United States Department of Agriculture's proposed rules to allow horses intended to serve in noncompetitive Read More

More than 60 Scholarships to Attend Laminitis Conference Awarded

More than 60 scholarships to attend the Fourth International Equine Conference on Laminitis and Diseases of the Foot will be awarded to a variety of students, interns, Read More

Honda HS 1500V Equine Veterinary Ultrasound

Products Group International has introduced the Honda HS 1500V Equine Veterinary Ultrasound, a portable ultrasound system for equine reproduction and tendon scanning. Read More

HOOFix High Density Pad

The HOOFix High-Density Pad is a durable hoof pad that fits inside the HOOFix Emergency Boot to provide extra cushioning for horses with laminitis or sore feet. The high-density pad cushions and provides shock attenuation. Read More

Rambo Luggage Range

The new Rambo Luggage Range is a collection designed for the needs of equestrians. The black and gold luggage is made from Jacquard fabric with nylon lining and offers features to transport clothing, boots, and tack. Read More

AMP Research BedStep

AMP Research introduces the BedStep, the first rear mounted tailgate step that works with the tailgate open or closed, and is engineered to OEM standards for fit, function, and durability. Read More

Welfare Group Fundraising for Feed

Dreamchaser PMU Rescue and Rehabilitation Inc. is having a fundraiser to purchase hay and grain for 38 rescued mares and foals, weanlings, and yearlings.

Hay is costing the rescue grou Read More

Keeneland November Sale Larger Than Ever; More Than 5,400 Lots Cataloged

Keeneland has cataloged a sale-record total of 5,415 lots for its November breeding stock sale, which will be held in Lexington. The auction, the largest of its kind in the world, will run for 15 days, Nov. 5-19.

November Sale catalogs will be Read More

Interstate 44 Trailer Accident: One Year Later

One year after a trailer hauling 42 horses to slaughter overturned on Interstate 44 in Franklin County, Mo., many of the horses have recovered and are available for adoption Read More

Reward Offered for Information on Tennessee Horse Attack

The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) is offering a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the intentional mutilation of a 15-year-old Quarter Horse in Bristol, Read More

Horse Farm Owners Asked to Participate in 2007 Agriculture Census

Horse farm owners are being asked to participate in the 2007 Census of Agriculture, which will help determine the size and economic impact of the horse industry in the United States.

According to the American Horse Council (AHC), the census Read More

Vet Given Five-Year Suspension in Cobra Venom Investigation

Kentucky racing stewards have suspended veterinarian Dr. Rodney Stewart for five years for numerous violations of the Kentucky Horse Racing Authority's medication regulations.

The suspension was ordered following an investigation into items Read More

ASPCA Forensic Veterinarian to Present at American Humane Conference

Melinda Merck, DVM, forensic veterinarian with the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will present at the American Humane Association's annual conference in Alexandria, Va. next week.

Merck frequently testifies as a Read More

HSUS Releases Statement on NYC Carriage Horse Death

In light of the recent death of a carriage horse in New York City, the Humane Society of the United States reiterated its call for more humane working conditions, and suggested removing horses from congested city streets and implementing the Read More

Monitoring Digestive Health in Horses: Fecal Blood Test Now Available

By using the Succeed Equine Fecal Blood Test, horse owners and veterinarians are able to detect occult blood within the GI tract--one obvious indicator of digestive distress. Read More

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