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BLM Seeking Comments on Pine Nut Mountains HMA Plan

The BLM will accept public comments on the draft Pine Nut Mountains Herd Management Area Plan through Jan. 22, 2017. Read More

FEI Picks Candidate Cities for 2022 World Equestrian Games

The FEI chose Lexington, Kentucky, and Samorin, in western Slovakia, as potential hosts for the 2022 games. Read More

How Much Do You Know About PPID?

Here's a look at some common misconceptions about PPID and the truth behind them. Read More

Nominations Open for the 2017 Equine Industry Vision Award

All nomination materials must be received by Feb. 6, 2017. Read More

UW Obtains Needle Arthroscope, Portable ECG for Horses

The University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine used donated funds to purchase the new equipment. Read More

RCI Adjusts MMV Points, Expands Out-of-Competition Testing

The adjustment means minor infractions aren't treated on par with serious violations in determining extra penalties. Read More

New Vocations Receives $100,000 From Foundation Donors

To date the campaign has raised more than $1.6 million to build an aftercare facility at Mereworth Farm, in Kentucky. Read More

Tips for Keeping Your Horse Hydrated Through the Winter

Horses are at risk for impaction colic if they eat substantial amounts of dry matter without drinking enough water. Read More

Nearly 5,500 Soak in Sun and Science at 2016 AAEP Convention

Convention attendees flocked to Orlando, Florida, from across the United States, Canada, and 46 other countries. Read More

New York Mandates Continuing Education for Trainers

Thoroughbred trainers must obtain annual continuing education in equine health, welfare, and safety, among other topics. Read More

RCI Board Approves Compliance Certification

The board voted to create a regulatory compliance program, setting minimum integrity standards based on the Model Rules. Read More

Dr. Andrew van Eps Joins New Bolton Center Faculty

Van Eps' research focuses on understanding, preventing, and treating laminitis and other musculoskeletal diseases. Read More

Horserace Betting Levy Board issues 2017 Codes of Practice

The codes are a guide to preventing and controlling equine diseases that could threaten the breeding industry. Read More

Charities Join to Promote Working Equid Welfare Standards

The standards entitle working donkeys, horses, and mules to basic needs such as food, water, and shelter. Read More

duPont Scott Equine Medical Center Honors Cindy Ingram

Ingram has been an active member of the center's Advisory Council since 2001. Read More

UK Celebrates 25 Years of Lloyd's of London Partnership

The partnership supports the Lloyd's Equine Disease Quarterly, produced by the UK Gluck Equine Research Center. Read More

FEI named International Sports Federation of the Year

The award tops off a year of recognition that has also included accolades for the FEI's #TwoHearts campaign. Read More

Classic Empire Grade 1 Wins to Benefit Equine Research

Owner John C. Oxley will donate a percentage of the colt's Grade I earnings to Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation. Read More

Stakeholders Support Central Rule Making for Drug Rules

Focus groups and a survey revealed industry support for a centralized rule making entity for racehorse medication rules. Read More

Penn Vet to Establish Professorship in Equine Medicine

A $5 million gift from Seth and Lucy Holcombe's estate will establish the professorship in honor of Dr. Harry Werner. Read More

New Test Barn, Chain of Custody Recommendations Released

The recommendations from the RMTC and NTRA are designed to encourage the use of best practices at racetracks. Read More

Applications Open for 2017 Thoroughbred Makeover

The event will take place Oct. 5-8, 2017, at the Kentucky Horse Park. Read More

Former AHC President Receives AAEP George Stubbs Award

Jay Hickey was recognized for his contributions to the equine industry and support of equine health and welfare. Read More

AAEP Lavin Cup Awarded to Michael Blowen

Michael Blowen is an advocate of racehorse aftercare and founder of Old Friends Thoroughbred retirement center. Read More

Six New Vets Receive AAEP Foundation Scholarships

Six veterinary graduates of 2016 committed to careers in equine medicine received $4,000 scholarships. Read More