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Horse Groups Endorse AHC's Welfare Code of Practice

Ten additional organizations have recently supported the American Horse Council's code meant to "put the horse first." Read More

Fall Forage Transition Tips for Horse Owners

Here's how to help your horse make the switch from pasture to hay as easy and healthy as possible. Read More

Potomac Horse Fever: Know the Signs

Learn the clinical signs of Potomac horse fever and how you can protect your horse. Read More

Colorado VS: 42 Locations Quarantined in 14 Counties

Officials say prolonged warm temperatures in Colorado this fall have spurred vesicular stomatitis transmission. Read More

Grand Prix Horse Recovers from Heart Condition

International dressage horse Udon P is back in the ring after a successful heart treatment at the University of Florida. Read More

Foal Produced Via Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection Born

Lord Nelson, or "PICSI," was the first foal produced via intracytoplasmic sperm injection to be born at UC Davis. Read More

Equine Grass Sickness Shares Signs With Human Disease

Horses with grass sickness have similar signs of disease as people with Alzheimer's, a study has found. Read More

FEI to Review Dressage Training Methods

Stewarding, including monitoring precompetition training techniques, was debated at length at a recent meeting. Read More

Virginia Confirms Third Equine EEE Case of 2015

The 19-week-old Racking Horse filly from Chesapeake had not been vaccinated yet. She was euthanized Sept. 24. Read More

Keeneland Reaccredited By NTRA Safety & Integrity Alliance

Later this month Keeneland will host the two-day, $24.5 million Breeders' Cup World Championships for the first time. Read More

Keeneland to Host Make-A-Wish Day on Oct. 8

Several local farms and equine medical facilities will sponsor the participating wish kids. Read More

Functional Electrical Stimulation and Equine Muscle

Researchers found that functional electrical stimulation improved the density and distribution of muscle mitochondria. Read More

New Online Course on Horses Launches at UF

The course includes information on common health issues, the species' history, equine business and research, and more. Read More

Top Tips to Prepare Your Senior Horse for Winter

From monitoring his body condition to keeping his joints moving, here's how to get your old horse ready for winter. Read More

TIP Website Upgrade Enhances Performance Award Applications

The website redesign is designed to make the performance award application process quicker and more efficient. Read More

Maryland Urges Hurricane Preparedness Plans for Livestock

With Hurricane Joaquin's approach, authorities are encouraging owners to include livestock and horses in disaster plans. Read More

Uruguayan Endurance Horse Tests Positive for Guanabenz

LG Muneerah's sample was positive for guanabenz, a sedative with analgesic effects. Read More

Jackson County, Oregon, Horse Tests Positive for WNV

Despite cooler temperatures, officials are urging area owners to take steps to protect their horses from disease. Read More

Ellis Park, Turfway Park Support TAA

The Kentucky racetracks have both signed on to match contributions made by owners at their facilities. Read More

ARCI Compliance Committee Set, Will Begin Work Immediately

The committee will work state-by-state to advance the ARCI medication reforms. Read More

Events at 2015 AAEP Convention to Benefit Horse Welfare

A scramble-style golf tournament and the AAEP Foundation Celebration will both raise funds to improve horse welfare. Read More

Additional Cases of EEE Found in Michigan Horses

The unvaccinated horses from Calhoun and Van Buren counties have been euthanized. Read More

BLM Begins Emergency Wild Horse Gather in Nevada

Due to drought conditions the BLM began gathering and providing care for 80 to 100 wild horses on Sept. 25. Read More

Time to Ride Challenge Wraps Up Final Weekend of Contest

As of Sept. 25 more than 29,000 newcomers have been introduced to horses through challenge-hosted experiences. Read More

Applications for Merck/AAEP Foundation Scholarships Open

Five $5,000 scholarships are available through the new Merck Animal Health/AAEP Foundation Scholarship Program. Read More