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Farriers Play an Important Role in Horse Health

Farriers manage and provide protection for horse hooves. Here's a look at how they help maintain horses' health. Read More

University of Illinois Adds Farrier Service

The university is acquiring Middlefork Forge and the Midwest Horseshoeing School, both located in Illinois. Read More

The 2017 Time to Ride Challenge: More Ways to Win

The contest's fourth year will bring significant changes including additional cash prizes Read More

BLM to Begin Cedar Mountain Horse Gather, PZP Treatment

The BLM will remove 200-300 horses; 200 mares returned to the range will be treated with a fertility control vaccine. Read More

Illinois Lab Receives Interim RMTC Accreditation

The University of Illinois Analytical Forensic Testing Laboratory performs drug testing for the Illinois Racing Board. Read More

Sport Horse Practitioner Mitchell New AAEP Foundation Chair

Dr. Rick Mitchell cofounded and practices at Fairfield Equine Associates in Newtown, Connecticut. Read More

2017 Mid-Atlantic Nutrition Conference Takes Place April 5-6

Equine lecture topics will include feeding endocrine-challenged horses, allergies, equine aging, supplements, and more. Read More

FEI Addressing Endurance Horse Welfare Issues

The FEI requested immediate action following seven endurance horse deaths in the UAE in the last four weeks. Read More

2017 Thoroughbred Makeover Accepts Entries From 578 Trainers

Trainers will compete for their share of $100,000 in prize money when the event takes place Oct. 5-8.. Read More

BLM Concludes the Reveille HMA Wild Horse Gather

The BLM removed 81 horses and returned 68 to the range, including 30 mares treated with a fertility control vaccine. Read More

Time to Ride Partners with Equine Affaire for Riding Events

Time to Ride will provide horseback rides and information on how to get involved with local horse communities. Read More

Regulatory Policies to Undergo Review at April ARCI Meeting

Conference attendees will discuss what is and isn't working in racing regulation. Read More

ARCI Forms Integrity Compliance Certification Panel

Three former regulators will comprise the independent panel that will certify compliance with key integrity standards. Read More

OSRC to Focus on Medications, Drug Testing in 2017

Ohio's racing commission will review medications, out-of-competition drug testing, and RMTC and ARCI recommendations. Read More

BLM to Begin Reveille HMA Wild Horse Gather Jan. 30

The BLM will gather 140 to 160 horses, remove 80, and release 60-80 back to the range after fertility control treatment. Read More

Pegasus World Cup Connections Pledge to Support Aftercare

Connections of two contenders have pledged to support New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program. Read More

NTRA Safety, Integrity Alliance Reaccredits Gulfstream Park

The alliance is designed to establish standards and practices to promote safety and integrity in horse racing. Read More

NYSGC Releases Racehorse Aftercare Video

As of Feb. 1 owners and trainers seeking to race horses in New York must view the video for licensure. Read More

February KENA Meeting to Focus on EHV

Kenton Morgan, DVM, Dipl. ACT; Joe Lyman, DVM, MS; and Rusty Ford will each present on different aspects of EHV-1. Read More

Jockey Club TIP Increases Shows and Offerings in 2017

TIP will offer awards and classes for Thoroughbreds at more than 1,000 shows in 42 states and six Canadian provinces. Read More

FEI Announces Decision in Anti-Doping Case Involving Vet

The FEI Tribunal has suspended an Indian veterinarian in connection with a 2012 case involving an endurance horse. Read More

Fair Grounds EHV: Some Horses Could be Released Soon

The quarantine will phase out starting with the 42 barns where horses never showed clinical signs of disease. Read More

AHF Funds Arabian Horse Research Projects

The Arabian Horse Foundation is funding research on juvenile idiopathic epilepsy and occipitoatlantoaxial malformation. Read More

Fair Grounds EHV: Entire Facility Quarantined

The EDCC says at least 38 horses tested positive for non-neurologic EHV-1 and two tested positive for neurologic EHV-1. Read More

BLM to Begin Sulphur Wild Horse Gather, PZP Treatment

About 400 horses, including 100-150 mares treated with the contraceptive vaccine, will be released back to the range. Read More