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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

Vetel Diagnostics Flat Panel Detector

Blaire Kilbey
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Web Feet Integrated Marketing
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FEI Appoints New Veterinary Director

The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) has announced the appointment of Graeme Cooke, MA, VetMB, MRCVS, as the FEI Veterinary Director.

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Arenus Adds Equilite Product Lines

Jeremy Lutgen
Public Relations Manager
Novus Nutrition Brands
20 Research Park Drive
St. Charles, MO 63304


More H-2B Visas Available to Temporary Foreign Nonagricultural Workers

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) reopened the FY 2009 H-2B visa petition filing period Thursday, Aug. 6, for temporary foreign nonagricultural workers, and it will immediately accept new H-2B petitions, reported the American Horse Read More

Katrina Survivor Molly to Visit the Kentucky Horse Park This Weekend

Molly the Pony, Katrina survivor and amputee, will be appearing at the United States Equestrian Federation Pony Finals at the Kentucky Horse Park this weekend (Aug. 8-9).

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Horse Massager

Health Connection announces the release of an innovative, horse massage technology, the Horse Massager.

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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.

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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