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California EHV Update: Two Additional Horses Isolated

Nine horses currently reside in quarantine at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center related to an EHV outbreak. Read More

Equine Regenerative Medicine Topic of Dec. 6 Lecture

Dr. Kyla Ortved will review the varying types of regenerative medicine and their applications in the equine athlete. Read More

BLM Plans Second South Steens Wild Horse Bait-Trap Gather

The agency hopes to gather and remove about 100 horses from the Oregon herd management area. Read More

West Nile, EEE Detected in Tennessee Horses

With unseasonably warm weather persisting into fall, mosquito-borne illnesses remain a serious equine health threat. Read More

BLM Begins Bait-Trapping Sand Wash Wild Horses

The BLM hopes to gather up to 50 wild horses from the Sand Wash Herd Management Area in northwestern Colorado. Read More

Show Smart: Be Aware of Virus Outbreaks

Take steps to prevent your horse from contracting potentially deadly diseases such as EHV or rabies during competitions. Read More

Arrogate Overtakes 'Chrome' to Win Breeders' Cup Classic

Arrogate ran down favorite California Chrome in deep stretch to win the 2016 Breeders' Cup Classic by a half-length. Read More

Beholder Wins Breeders' Cup Distaff by a Nose

The 6-year-old mare nipped the previously undefeated Songbird by a nose to win the 2016 Longines Breeders' Cup Distaff. Read More

Six Signs of Good-Quality Horse Hay

Use these six helpful tips when evaluating and choosing hay for your horse. Read More

Breeders' Cup Contenders Pledge Support to Aftercare Efforts

To date, 42 Breeders' Cup contenders have owners and/or trainers supporting New Vocations' pledge. Read More

North Carolina to Host 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games

The 2018 World Equestrian Games will be held Sept. 10-23 at the Tryon International Equestrian Center. Read More

Jockey Club TIP Introduces Recreational Riding Program

The program is designed for Thoroughbred owners who spend most of their time outside of the show ring. Read More

Breathing Heavy: Heaves in Horses

While we can't cure heaves, or equine asthma, we can help manage their signs of disease. Here's how. Read More

UC Davis Veterinary Hospital Welcomes New Farrier

Shane Westman, APF, is a lifelong horseman and has worked as a farrier for 23 years. Read More

2016 Thoroughbred Makeover Wraps Up

This year's America's Most Wanted Thoroughbred was Fairway King, trained and ridden by Lauren Turner. Read More

AAEP On Call Vets to Assist at 2016 Breeders' Cup Races

Drs. Scott Palmer and Alan Ruggles will provide timely health reports regarding the equine athletes in each race. Read More

Drivers: Watch for Wild Horses, Burros During Low Visibility

Wild horses and burros wandering into the road can create safety hazards as daylight saving time comes to an end. Read More

duPont Scott Equine Medical Center Gets High-Def CT Scanner

The new unit allows veterinarians to perform high-definition CT scans on standing or recumbent (lying down) horses. Read More

AVA Welcomes Hendra Vaccine Recommendations

The Queensland, Australia, parliament has determined that the Hendra vaccine is safe and effective. Read More

BLM to Gather Horses at Owyhee Complex Starting Nov. 1

The BLM will gather horses from the Owyhee, Little Owyhee, and Rock Creek herd management areas. Read More

Horse of the Year Charismatic Returning to United States

The 20-year-old will return from Japan's JBBA Shizunai Stallion Station, where he's stood since 2002, in November. Read More

Innovation Group to Update AHC 2017 Economic Impact Study

The horse industry had a $102 billion economic impact and supported 1.4 million full-time jobs, the 2005 study showed. Read More

University of Maryland Extension Hosting Farriery Workshop

Lectures will cover hoof anatomy and physiology, the basics of trimming, determining when shoes are necessary, and more. Read More

NTRA Approves Safety, Integrity Code of Standards Updates

Updates include a January 2019 deadline for total compliance with the National Uniform Medication Program. Read More

Church Honored as Averett University Distinguished Alumnus

Stephanie L. Church, editor-in-chief for The Horse and TheHorse.com, graduated from Averett in 1999. Read More