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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

Vesicular Stomatitis Still Present in Utah Livestock

Cases remain in Duchesne, Uintah, and Utah counties, where premises are in varying stages of quarantine. Read More

FDA Approves Loading Dose for EPM Treatment

The FDA approved a loading dose for Marquis, which is also the first FDA-approved EPM treatment. Read More

Charley Gets a Second Chance at Barrel Racing

Read about how a gelding overcame a serious eye problem and formed a bond with a 10-year-old girl. Read More

Rock Springs Wild Horse, Burro Facility Temporarily Closed

A new office building, hay storage area, and shop improvements are among the changes being made to the facility. Read More

Del Mar Reaccredited by NTRA Safety and Integrity Alliance

Del Mar's continuous emphasis on safety and integrity sets an example for the industry, officials said. Read More

Breeders' Cup Contenders Support Aftercare Efforts

To date, 36 owners and trainers have pledged to support New Vocations with a percentage of their Breeders' Cup earnings. Read More

AAEP On Call Veterinarians to Assist Breeders' Cup Races

Drs. Scott Palmer and Alan Ruggles will be available to provide health reports regarding the athletes in each race. Read More

Jacobs Joins Purina Animal Nutrition Equine Team

Robert Jacobs, PhD, will conduct nutritional research that he hopes will help horse owners achieve their goals. Read More

November KENA Meeting to Focus on Building Equine Businesses

The meeting will be held Nov. 17 at Fasig-Tipton and is open to both equine professionals and horse owners. Read More

Study Reveals Areas for Improvement in Practice Management

Equine vets can use the results to help identify the top areas to focus on for improving their practice's profitability. Read More

Should You Deworm After the First Frost?

There are two main parasites--bots and tapeworms--that should be your targets for fall or winter dewormings. Read More

Boise BLM Wild Horse Corrals Open to Public Oct. 29-30

The corrals will be open from 1 to 3 p.m. the public can view the wild horses gathered following the Soda Fire. Read More

BLM Cautions Drivers to Watch for Wild Burros on Highways

In the past, numerous wild horses and burros have been hit and killed or sustained injuries leading to euthanization. Read More

Mixed Pleasure Euthanized at Old Friends

The a 30-year-old son of Sucha Pleasure was euthanized the evening of Oct. 26 due to colic complications. Read More

Jockey Club of Canada Joins Horse Racing Integrity Coalition

The Jockey Club of Canada is the second international racing group to join the coalition. Read More

Antibiotic-Resistant Gene Discovered in R. equi

This finding is the first molecular characterization of resistance to three classes of antibiotics in R. equi. Read More

Breeders' Cup Champion Alphabet Soup to Old Friends

Alphabet Soup arrived at Old Friends on Oct. 26 from Adena Springs, where he stood since retiring from racing in 1998. Read More

AYHC Invites Proposals for 2016 Symposium Presentations

This event is an opportunity for adult and student leaders in the youth horse industry to come together and network. Read More

Australian Vet Studies Life After Racing for Thoroughbreds

Nearly half of Australian Thoroughbreds in one foal crop were rehomed to non-racing homes after their careers concluded. Read More

Jacobs to Discuss Synovial Joints During Free Lecture

Dr. Carrie Jacobs will discuss synovial structures, why they're important, what can go wrong, and how to treat them. Read More

BLM to Gather Remaining Horses at Sands Basin Following Fire

The BLM gathered 279 horses immediately following the Soda Fire, but 31 Sands Basin wild horses eluded capture. Read More

Wild Horse Bait Trap Gather Began in Water Canyon

The BLM will gather approximately 65 horses and 25 to 30 will be released back into the project area. Read More