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Should Veterinarians Be Concerned About Saddle Fit?

Veterinarians can access an illustrated tutorial on saddle fit and its impact horse and rider health and welfare. Read More

Lord Stirling Stable Receives Gold Medal Horse Farm Award

The award recognizes farms for their dedication to environmental sustainability and management. Read More

Walking in Water: A Key Ingredient in Valegro's Winning Mix?

British researchers recently studied how water treadmills can influence a sport horse's performance and rehabilitation. Read More

Olympic Formats Take Center Stage at FEI General Assembly

Attendees discussed potential changes to the jumping, dressage, and eventing formats for future Olympic games. Read More

Texas Equine WNV Count Plateaus at 33

Most of the WNV-positive horses had not been vaccinated. Read More

USEF Announces New Equine Vaccination Rule

All horses must be accompanied by documentation of equine influenza and herpesvirus vaccinations within six months. Read More

TAA Named Official Charity of Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event

The Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event donated $10,000 to Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) in support of its work. Read More

2016 Heumphreus Lecture to Feature Dyson, Moon

Sue Dyson, MA, Vet MB, PhD, DEO, FRCVS, and Grant Moon, CJF, AWCF, will present on hoof-related topics. Read More

EEE Detected in Horse Near Sundridge, Ontario

A viral disease, EEE affects the central nervous system and is transmitted to horses by infected mosquitoes. Read More

Grayson-Jockey Club Launches Ocala Initiative, Receives Gift

The Ocala Initiative is designed to build support for equine health and welfare research in Florida. Read More

NYSGC to Screen Racehorses for Heart Issues

The commission hopes a smartphone-based ECG device could help reduce risk of sudden death of racehorses. Read More

New Synthetic Opioid Found by New York Racing Lab

The drug, AH-7921, is one of the novel psychoactive substances that continue to emerge onto the designer drug market. Read More

Texas A&M Equine Complex Honors Donors

Officials hope the complex will impact the equine industry through research and collaborative outreach programs. Read More

SPANA Launches Veterinary Services in Botswana

The charity will establish veterinary services to improve the health and welfare of more than 24,000 working donkeys. Read More

K-State Breaks Ground on Equine Performance Testing Center

Kansas State University hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for a $2.8 million state-of-the-art equine facility on Nov. 4. Read More

Colorado VS: Positive Diagnoses in 17 Counties

Eighty locations remain under quarantine after horses, mules, and cattle tested positive for vesicular stomatitis (VS). Read More

Brooke USA Names Marquez-Dulin Executive Director

Emily Marquez-Dulin will work to advance Brooke USA's mission of helping working equids around the world. Read More

IOC President, FEI Discuss Olympic Agenda 2020

Olympic Agenda 2020 is the strategic road map for the future of the Olympic movement. Read More

New Bolton Center to Hold Special Event About Foaling

Lecture topics will include dystocia, care of a sick foal, and postpartum mare management. Read More

Accountability for USEF Drugs and Medications Violations

The USEF approved a rule change which expands the range of responsible parties for drug and medication violations. Read More

Standing CT Unit Installed at San Luis Rey Equine Hospital

The new CT unit's gantry is 85 cm in diameter to accommodate large equine body parts, such as the neck. Read More

TAA Accredits Additional Organizations

There are now 56 accredited aftercare organizations using more than 180 facilities across the United States and Canada. Read More

BLM Seeks Assistance in Identifying Abandoned Horses

Two domestic horses were found abandoned and suffering from extreme malnutrition, dehydration, and physical abuse. Read More

Laminitis Research Grant Pre-Proposals Sought

The AAEP Foundation is accepting pre-proposals for research projects on supporting limb laminitis until Jan. 15, 2016. Read More

TOBA Joins Coalition for Horse Racing Integrity

TOBA supports reforms to medication testing and enforcement in American Thoroughbred racing. Read More