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Emergency Preparedness, Large Animal Rescue Courses Offered

Equine Guelph will host a workshop designed to help horse owners prepare for and handle emergency situations. Read More

Trotter, Welton Elected to AHC Board

Trotter is president of the AQHA, while Welton is the USEF's CEO. Read More

10 Things to Remember about Helmets

In recognition of International Helmet Awareness Day, here are 10 important tips about helmets and riding. Read More

Study: Ill-fitting Saddles Behind Horse, Rider Back Pain

Researchers associated ill-fitting saddles with equine back issues, a stilted gait, and rider back pain. Read More

Prairie Oat Growers Association Awards Second Research Grant

Dr. Lori Warren will study beta-glucans, a type of fiber, and the equine immune system. Read More

Researcher Reviews How to Reduce Laminitis Incidence

One veterinarian said dietary management is the key to reducing the incidence of laminitis. Read More

Retired Racehorse Project Launches Thoroughbred Contest

Ten ex-racehorses will be trained in ten disciplines by ten prominent trainers for a purse of $10,000. Read More

EIA Discovered in Johnson County, Wyoming

A Johnson County horse was euthanized after testing positive for equine infectious anemia (EIA) in late June. Read More

Klein Equine Research Career Development Award Created

The award will provide annual $15,000 grants to individuals considering a career in equine research. Read More

Unwanted Horse Coalition Update

The UHC held its annual meeting during the American Horse Council's National Convention and Issues Forum. Read More

International Helmet Awareness Day to Take Place July 12

Riders4Helmets has teamed with leading helmet manufacturers and retailers to offer education and discounts. Read More

Another Texas Horse Tests Positive for Vesicular Stomatitis

The newest case, reported July 3, was identified in a Nueces County horse. Read More

AAEP Annual Convention Celebrates 60 Years in December 2014

The world's largest equine veterinary continuing-education event convenes in Salt Lake City on Dec. 6-10. Read More

BCHA Expands its Reach to Benefit Equestrians Across the US

BCHA, an organization that works to protect our right to ride horses on public lands, is bigger than ever. Read More

Could EHV-1 cause Blood Clots?

Researchers recently discovered that EHV-1 activates platelets, small cells in blood involved in clotting. Read More

Endometrial Cups: A Unique Feature of Equine Pregnancies

Dr. Douglas Antczak recently commemorated the 100th anniversary of the discovery of endometrial cups. Read More

Program Helps UF Students Get Set for Equine Industry Work

Learn how students help care for stallions, mares, and foals as they prepare for work in the equine industry. Read More

Brennan Equine Welfare Fund Announces 2014 Grant Recipients

The organization awarded funds to 15 equine rescue/rehabilitation/retraining and placement facilities. Read More

2014 American Horse Council Convention Wrap-Up

Review highlights from the 45th Annual American Horse Council convention held in Washington, D.C. Read More

Could Radio Broadcasts Help Pakistan's Working Equids?

Radio broadcasts appear to increase owners' awareness of working equids' needs, researchers found. Read More

Louisiana Issues Vesicular Stomatitis Animal Health Warning

The state is imposing enhanced requirements on animals entering Louisiana from states with diagnosed VS cases. Read More

British Charity Works to Fight African Horse Sickness

Ethiopia has both the largest equine population in Africa and a deadly disease that threatens that population. Read More

BLM Releases Analysis of Proposed Wild Horse Ecosanctuary

A nonprofit hopes to establish an ecosanctuary on approximately 15,000 acres of land in western Montana. Read More

Equine Practice Management Seminar Scheduled

The event is designed to maximize each participant’s ability to create profit in their practice. Read More

Researchers Find Equine Influenza Virus in Camels

Researchers have found evidence that equine influenza A virus can jump from horses to camels. Read More