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SPANA Launches Appeal to Tackle Diseases in Working Equids

The charity is raising the funds needed to vaccinate against and treat life-threatening diseases such as tetanus. Read More

Defra, BHS Work Together to Lead British Ragwort Debate

The BHS conducted a survey of the English equine population to assess levels of awareness and concern about ragwort. Read More

USEF Issues Joint Injection, Shock Wave Withdrawal Times

Joint injections have a four-day withdrawal time and shock wave has a three-day withdrawal time from competition. Read More

Funds Committed to Aftercare via Breeders' Cup Pledges

Thoroughbred owners and trainers have pledged more than $45,000 to racehorse aftercare. Read More

New Bolton Center Seeking Foal Sitters for NICU

Duties include assisting staff as they work with foals, milk mares, monitor equipment for alarms, and more. Read More

Colorado VS Case Count Holds Steady

Forty-four premises remain under quarantine; 320 previously affected premises have been released from quarantine. Read More

Santos Joins Virginia Tech as Surgery Instructor

Marcos Santos, DVM, MS, recently completed an equine surgery internship and residency at the University of Illinois. Read More

Second Call for Wild Horse Advisory Board Nominations

Nominees should represent the fields of wild horse and burro advocacy, veterinary medicine, or public interest. Read More

New Bolton Center to Host Imaging for Surgery Lecture

Surgeon Eric Parente, DVM, Dipl. ACVS, will discuss breakthroughs in imaging for large animal surgery. Read More

The Brooke Announces Newest U.S. Board Members

Paul Lunn, BVSc, MS, PhD, MRCVS, Dipl. ACVIM, and John Nicholson were installed Nov. 17. Read More

Number of VS Quarantines in Colorado Dropping

Forty-three Colorado premises remain under quarantine after animals tested positive for vesicular stomatitis (VS). Read More

World Horse Welfare Collaborates with Racehorse Charity

The groups will work together to retrain and rehome "vulnerable" former racehorses. Read More

Lloyd's of London, UK Partnership Continues

Lloyd's of London supports the University of Kentucky's publication of Equine Disease Quarterly. Read More

Long Island University Post Launches Equine Studies Program

The program has four areas of focus: equine management, equine education, equine health, and an interdisciplinary track. Read More

University of Kentucky Oncologist Receives Award

Jonathan Feddock, MD, received the award from the UK Markey Cancer Foundation and Hagyard Equine Medical Institute. Read More

KHC Annual Meeting Set for Nov. 16 at Shaker Village

The agenda includes a board of director's election, an equine industry update, and more. Read More

CSU Equine Repro Vets to Offer Short Course in Arizona

The Jan. 7, 2015, short course will offer lectures in the morning and hands-on experience in the afternoon. Read More

BEVA Issues Statement on Equine Dental Procedures

The organization issued a statement clarifying the regulations on equine dental procedures in Great Britain. Read More

Hosts Offered Grants to Fund Newcomer Horse Events

Time to Ride's new program offers stables, businesses, and organizations an incentive to connect new people to horses. Read More

Veterinarians Rood, Riddle are 2014 Galbreath Award Winners

Drs. Bill Rood and Tom Riddle will receive the award, which is given to persons who've led successful equine businesses. Read More

Vesicular Stomatitis Quarantines Remain in Colorado

Fifty-one Colorado premises remain under quarantine after horses and cows tested positive for vesicular stomatitis. Read More

Saddlers Support Saddle Research Trust Conference

The conference will focus on applying science to horses, saddles, and riders to help improve horses' health and welfare. Read More

Kentucky Horse Park to Honor Thoroughbred Champion Cigar

A public memorial service will be held at the Kentucky Horse Park's Hall of Champions on Nov. 14 at 2 p.m. Read More

TAHC to Test Brooks County Equids for Piroplasmosis

Officials designated Brooks County as high-risk for equine piroplasmosis exposure and will begin testing on Nov. 14. Read More

BLM: Watch for Wild Horses, Burros on Highways

Watch for wild horses and burros on roads, as daylight saving time's end brings earlier darkness and lower visibility. Read More