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100 Day Horse Challenge Pays Out $100,000 in Cash and Prizes

Participating hosts reached more than 25,000 horse industry newcomers throughout the challenge. Read More

'High-Health, High-Performance' Horse Meeting Concludes

Delegates discussed international competition horse movement at the conference, which concluded yesterday in Dubai. Read More

Spanish Riding School Debuts Arena with Mobile Roof

The Summer Riding Arena's mobile roof construction enables riders to train their stallions in the fresh air year-round. Read More

100 Day Challenge 'Best Practices' Contest Winners Announced

The top three winning hosts were selected based on written entries describing their outreach to newcomers this summer. Read More

Virginia Reports First Equine WNV Case of 2014

An unvaccinated 8-year-old Paint gelding from Augusta County tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV). Read More

Participants Sought for Ontario Horse Industry Survey

Researchers are conducting a study on the awareness of current research among members of the Ontario horse industry. Read More

Australian Vets: Have Horses Vaccinated against Hendra

The Australian Veterinary Association debunks some misconceptions about the safety of the hendra virus vaccine. Read More

Embedding Equitation Science in Vet Student Cirriculum

One university integrated equitation science into their program to teach behavior and learning theory. Read More

Pennsylvania Approves Harness Racing Whip Standards

Drivers must now use two hands on the reins at all times, which restricts motion of the whip. Read More

New Jersey Reports First Equine EEE Cases of 2014

A Gloucester County mare, a Ocean County mare, and a Burlington County gelding succumbed to the disease. Read More

EAG Findings Could Help in Diagnosing Fetlock Injuries

Electroarthrography (EAG) could be used to detect damaged or osteoarthritic cartilage in a noninvasive manner. Read More

Zoetis Provides $1.3 Million to AAEP, FFA, AABP Programs

The company's Industry Support Program has donated more than $7.3 million since 2008. Read More

Geor to head Massey University College of Sciences

Raymond Geor, BVSc, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, will take his new post at Massey University in March 2015. Read More

West Nile Virus Reported In Three Utah Horses

Tests have confirmed West Nile virus (WNV) in horses residing in Box Elder, Uintah, and Iron counties. Read More

EEE Confirmed in Three Michigan Horses

Officials confirmed Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) in an Oakland County horse and in two Lenawee County horses. Read More

Consensus on Equitation Science Research

Equitation science's aim is to provide evidence that can improve horse training, performance, and welfare. Read More

Survey Gives Snapshot of British Veterinary Professions

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons has published its surveys of the veterinary and veterinary nursing professions. Read More

Virginia Reports First Equine EEE Case of 2014

The affected horse had been vaccinated for EEE more than a year ago, but was not revaccinated this year. Read More

U.K. to Introduce New Database in Wake of Horsemeat Scandal

The United Kingdom will establish a new equine database as part of a more robust equine identification system. Read More

New York Horses Positive for EEE; Owners Urged to Vaccinate

Six horses residing in Madison, Wayne, Oneida, and Oswego counties have tested positive for EEE so far in 2014. Read More

Kentucky Downs Salutes Equine Research Foundation, Sponsors

Sept. 24 is the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation Day, in support of a leading source of equine research. Read More

Horse Expo to Benefit Bluebonnet Horse Rescue

The Bluebonnet Horse Expo offers a day full of horses in Austin, Texas, on Oct. 18. Read More

Schaer to Discuss Vet-Doctor Collaboration at Free Lecture

Penn Vet's Dr. Tom Schaer will talk about how veterinarians and human physicians work together to improve patient care. Read More

Horse Vets Have Highest Injury Risk of U.K. Professions

Study shows horse vets carry the highest risk of injury of any civilian occupation in the United Kingdom. Read More

Vaccine Offers Current Defense Against Equine Influenza

Zoetis partners with Gluck Center to confirm relevant disease protection against new strains. Read More