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USEF Adds Autofill to Online MPA Disclosure Form

Equestrians must report MPA (or Depo-Provera) administration within 90 days before a USEF-licensed competition. Read More

Selenium and Cribbing: Is There a Relationship?

Researchers found that the cribbers in their study were deficient in selenium. Read More

Asiatic Wild Ass Returns to Kazakhstan's Central Steppes

For the first time in more than a century kulan (or Asiatic wild asses) are residing on Kazakhstan's central steppes. Read More

WinStar, Grayson-Jockey Club Partner for Giving Tuesday

WinStar will sponsor of the WinStar-Grayson #GivingTuesday Challenge, to be held on Nov. 28. Read More

CCTV to be Added to All English Slaughterhouses in 2018

The goal is to ensure welfare standards for animals--including horses, ponies, and other equids--are met and enforced. Read More

Weiss Named Vice-President of ASPCA Equine Welfare Program

Emily Weiss, PhD, Cert. AAB, will oversee the strategic direction of the equine welfare program. Read More

ISES 2017 Down Under: Let the Show Begin

The International Society for Equitation Science event will take place Nov. 22-25, in New South Wales, Australia. Read More

BLM, University of Wyoming Continue Horse Movement Study

Researchers are now tracking 30 collared mares' movement throughout the Adobe Town herd management area. Read More

Equine Research Could Keep Humans From Getting Hoarse

A technique developed to investigate strangles helped scientists understand the bacteria behind human sore throats. Read More

BLM to Conduct Emergency Gather in Wildfire-Ravaged HMA

Forage and water sources are scarce after Nevada's Fox and Lake Range Herd Management Area was burned by wildfire. Read More

Oregon State Treating Horse for Neurotrophic EHV-1

The horse is from the Coos Bay, Oregon, area and became acutely affected with weakness and staggering on Nov. 4. Read More

New Dairy Donkey Management, Welfare Guidelines Published

Researchers from The Donkey Sanctuary and the University of Milan developed the guidelines during a two-year study. Read More

All 2017 Breeders' Cup Drug Tests Clean

The out-of-competition tests from all horses preparing for the Breeders' Cup were clear, as well. Read More

FDA Withdraws Draft Guidance on Animal Drug Compounding

The FDA said it will develop and issue a new draft guidance, which should be available in early 2018 for public comment. Read More

U.S. Can Again Export Horses to China

In 2015 China placed a hold on the importation of live U.S. horses due to concerns about equine infectious anemia. Read More

Time to Ride Celebrates 2017 Challenge Winners

Stables, clubs, and businesses expanding access to horses received $100,000 in cash and prizes. Read More

Stirk Receives Outstanding Veterinary Achievement Award

Due to Dr. Anthony Stirk's data collection and analysis, equine racing fatalities dropped by a third over 20 years Read More

Gun Runner Closes 2017 Breeders' Cup With Classic Romp

The 4-year-old son of Candy Ride set blistering fractions throughout the race before pulling away in the stretch. Read More

BEVA Congress Attendance Increases by 20% Over 2016

Nearly 1,200 veterinarians and vet techs/nurses attended this year's Congress. Read More

Forever Unbridled Sparkles in 2017 Breeders' Cup Distaff

Charles Fipke's 5-year-old homebred mare scored a half-length victory over Abel Tasman in the Breeders' Cup Distaff. Read More

Cold Weather Challenges for Horses With Osteoarthritis

Plunging temperatures, snow, and freezing rain can trigger joint discomfort. Here's how to keep your horse comfortable. Read More

Dr. Kathryn Wulster to Speak on Advanced Imaging Innovations

The equine imaging lecture will take place Nov. 7 at the New Bolton Center, in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. Read More

IFHA Reaffirms Anti-Doping Commitment

The IFHA chairman received authority to work with relevant racing jurisdictions the anti-doping policy's implementation. Read More

November KENA Lecture Focuses on Funding

The dinner and lecture will take place Nov. 14 at Fasig-Tipton in Lexington, Kentucky. Read More

N.C. Horse Owners Urged to Vaccinate After EEE Cases

A pony mare in Bladen County and an American Quarter Horse gelding in Camden County tested positive. Read More