Edited Press Release

Articles by Press Release Edited

Whitfield-Cargile Named Past-Presidents' Research Fellow

Dr. Canaan Whitfield-Cargile is examining the role of microbiota in equine gastrointestinal healing. Read More

Vet Students Receive Merck/AAEP Foundation Scholarships

Five vet students committed to careers in equine medicine each received $5,000 scholarships. Read More

Dembek Receives EQUUS Foundation Research Fellow

Dr. Katarzyna Dembek is studying how hypothalamic, pituitary, and adrenal hormones relate to disease in newborn foals. Read More

TCA to Honor Banke, Backstretch Employee Service Team

Barbara Banke and the Backstretch Employee Service Team will be recognized for their work in the Thoroughbred industry. Read More

Equine Foundation of Canada Donates to AVC

The AVC used the funds for equipment to diagnose and treat equine lameness, cardiovascular, and gastrointestinal issues. Read More

Tail Hairs Reveal Gobi Desert Equids' Dietary Choices

Przewalski's and domestic horses feed exclusively on grass, while wild asses feed on grass along with shrubs in winter. Read More

Vets to Track Radiographic Abnormalities in Thoroughbreds

Researchers hope to track the progress and prevalence of radiographic abnormalities in yearling Thoroughbreds. Read More

LNJ Foxwoods to Sponsor 2017 TCA Stallion Season Auction

The Thoroughbred Charities of America Stallion Season Auction is the organization's largest annual fundraiser. Read More

Gulfstream Park Released From EHV-1 Quarantine

All horses in the high-risk barns tested negative and no additional cases were detected during the 14-day quarantine. Read More

TAA Accredits 27 Thoroughbred Aftercare Groups in 2016

The TAA now has 64 accredited organizations operating at more than 180 facilities across the United States and Canada. Read More

Iowa State Student to Receive $75,000 Veterinary Scholarship

Alaina Kringen will receive the $75,000 Coyote Rock Ranch Veterinary Scholarship from the AAEP Foundation. Read More

UC Davis' Equine PET Scanner Providing Results

Veterinarians have begun research, using the scanner in a clinical trial on client-owned horses. Read More

Where Rules Matter Most: Managing Your Horse's Medications

Work with your vet to find the best options for your horse that are within your breed or show association's drug rules. Read More

Rood & Riddle's New Florida Surgical Facility Taking Shape

The Wellington facility will open to clients on Nov. 18. The new surgical facility should be completed in early 2017. Read More

BLM, University of Wyoming to Study Wild Horse Movement

Radio collars will help researchers learn more about horses' seasonal land use, migration patterns, and herd movements. Read More

Help Your Senior Horse Weather the Winter

Ensure your golden oldie gets the care and support he needs, even if he's weathered previous winters without trouble. Read More

Need a New Bedding Choice? Consider Peat Moss

Though not often used in the United States, peat moss is a popular choice in other countries and for good reason. Read More

Research Sheds New Light on Equine Grass Sickness

Several new studies were published as a free special collection in the Equine Veterinary Journal this month. Read More

Arabian Mare Recovering from West Nile Virus in California

Only one of 21 California horses diagnosed with WNV in 2016 had a know vaccine histories. Seven of the horses have died. Read More

Researchers Find Molecular Mechanisms Behind PSSM1

This could allow improved treatments and management for the disorder, as well as improved welfare for affected horses. Read More

BLM Proposing Fence, Water Projects in Colorado

The BLM believes the projects will benefit the wild horses in the Piceance-East Douglas herd management area. Read More

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