Equine Welfare & Legislation
October 10, 2006
The owners of two horses and a mule that were shot in Henderson County, Tenn., last weekend are offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the shooter, reported the The Jackson Sun.
One Quarter... Read More
October 08, 2006
University of Maryland will be holding the 2nd Annual Maryland Horse Conference on Saturday, Nov. 18. The event will be held from 8a.m to 3:30p.m at Anne Arundel Community College.
Throughout the day various seminars on equine topics... Read More
October 07, 2006
Peter Webbon, DVM, has been appointed Chief Executive of the Animal Health Trust with effect from January 1, 2007. For the last five months Mark Vaudin, PhD, has been acting as Interim Chief Executive and will continue to do so until the end of... Read More
October 03, 2006
As the Animal Health and Welfare Act comes into effect Oct. 6, the British Horse Society Scotland (BHSS) stresses that the key to protecting animals from unnecessary suffering is education.
As Scotland's largest equine charity, BHSS has a... Read More
October 02, 2006
Riding Instructor magazine, the official publication of the American Riding Instructors Association (ARIA), has announced that as part of the magazine's commitment to promoting excellence in the teaching of riding and training of... Read More
October 01, 2006
The American Quarter Horse Association knows the importance of great leaders, which is the reason for Leadership AQHA. Approaching its third year of existence, Leadership AQHA was created to strengthen the American Quarter Horse industry through... Read More
October 01, 2006
What to do with unwanted horses? Unwanted by their owners for many reasons. Good, bad, old, lame, unmanageable, etc., all need new homes. Most find new owners with good, caring families, but some are taken to sales and are bought for under $300 by... Read More
September 28, 2006
Pack up the family and head for the horses October 27-29, 2006 at Richmond's Raceway Complex. The third-annual Virginia Equine Extravaganza offers activities for youth and equine entertainment the whole family can enjoy together at an affordable... Read More
September 26, 2006
Deborah T. Tatum has joined Morris Animal Foundation (MAF) as the director of an unprecedented, multi-institutional equine health initiative. In the role of director of the equine health initiative, Ms. Tatum will lead MAF's multimillion dollar... Read More
September 25, 2006
The British Horse Society, in partnership with The Home of Rest for Horses, held its second Equine Welfare Conference yesterday (Sept. 24) at Bailbrook House, Bath.
The packed conference, entitled A Horse for Life, focused on many aspects... Read More
September 23, 2006
Mosquito season is still ongoing in Maryland. Following a summer of below average mosquito populations in most areas of the state, changes in weather to a wet pattern caused by Tropical Storm Ernesto and rains since the early September storm hav... Read More
September 22, 2006
The largest Tennessee walking horse organization says it will hold a new event in November to name a grand champion, after the breed's annual show ended in controversy amid federal inspections for animal abuse.
The Tennessee Walking Horse... Read More
September 21, 2006
With plans to expand and open its doors to more needy Thoroughbred horses, ReRun, Inc. has named Barbara Luna executive director. Established in 1996 in Kentucky, the non-profit has anticipated the increase in unwanted horses and the need to... Read More
September 21, 2006
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is calling for all horse-drawn carriages in New York to be shut down.
The move comes after a horse named Juliet died in Central Park last week. Owner Antonio Provenzano said he called a... Read More
September 17, 2006
In response to massive demand, The British Horse Society, in partnership with The Home of Rest for Horses, is staging a second equine welfare conference on 24 September 2006, at Bailbrook House, Bath.
The conference, entitled A Horse... Read More
September 16, 2006
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is conducting an inquiry into the death of a carriage horse whose collapse in Central Park was witnessed by a distraught crowd.
The horse, named Juliet, fell ill in the park... Read More
September 13, 2006
The Italian Association of Equine Veterinarians (SIVE - Società Italiana Veterinari per Equini) is pleased to announce that the 13th SIVE CONGRESS will be held on January 26-28, 2007, in Bologna, Italy. Authors are invited to submit... Read More
September 12, 2006
A suspicious fire at a St. Clair County, Mich., barn in Clyde Township has left 18 horses dead and might be linked to a series of other fires that have been set in the area in recent weeks, authorities said.
The fire at the Classic... Read More
September 11, 2006
The National Walking Horse Association (NWHA), an organization established to promote the naturally gaited Walking Horse, is pleased to announce its recent move to Lexington, Ky., the horse capitol of the world. Along with the move is... Read More
September 08, 2006
Richard W. Wilcke has been named the director of the University of Louisville Equine Industry Program. Wilcke, a faculty member since 1995, succeeds Robert Lawrence, who recently retired after 18 years as head of the program.
Since the... Read More
September 01, 2006
The Appaloosa Horse Club is offering members an opportunity to register eligible Appaloosas over two years of age for the reduced rate of... Read More
September 01, 2006
The horse industry across Canada for the past couple of years has been a bit like a ship in stormy seas. It has been buffeted about, with some of the waves splashing over to its neighbor to the south, but it is now finding itself in calmer... Read More
September 01, 2006
Because protecting the health and welfare of the horse is one of the American Association of Equine Practitioner's (AAEP) core missions, the association has a standing committee of equine veterinarians dedicated to continuously monitoring issues... Read More
August 29, 2006
The HorseTV Channel is set to introduce its new broadband channel, HorseTV Access, with a free six-day special presentation featuring the network’s 2006 FEI World Equestrian Games coverage beginning September 4. The WEG presentation is a “Free... Read More
August 16, 2006
The world's oldest known Przewalski horse, a mare called Cilka whose ancestors lived in the grasslands of central Asia, has died in the Prague zoo in the Czech Republic.
Cilka was euthanatized Saturday, zoo spokesman Vit Kahle said. The... Read More
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