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2016-17 BEVA President Takes Reins

During her presidency Dr. Vicki Nicholls hopes to promote veterinarians' role in the field of equine dentistry. Read More

BEVA Honors High Achievers at Congress

The awards recognize significant accomplishments by vets and others involved in horse health and welfare. Read More

Vets: Help Complete BEVA's New Risk Assessment Guide

The association is asking for BEVA members' feedback to ensure the guide is as relevant and useful as possible. Read More

Take a Friend Riding Sweepstakes Attracts Celebrity Support

The sweepstakes is aimed at encouraging horse owners and riders introduce nonhorsey friends to horseback riding. Read More

Free Equine Dentistry Research Collection Published Online

The collection includes 10 studies on physiology, disease, diagnosis, and treatment techniques in equine dentistry. Read More

BEVA Trust Projects Inspire Vets to Volunteer

More than 45 BEVA members volunteered with challenging health-care and education initiatives both at home and abroad. Read More

Judy Lincoln Receives 2016 AHP Chris Brune Spirit Award

Judy Lincoln's can-do attitude and enthusiasm for AHP and its members shows she's got spirit. Read More

BEVA Unveils Online Support Network for Working Parents

MumsVet provides information and support for equine veterinary professionals who are balancing work with parenthood. Read More

BLM Conducting Wild Horse Gather in Stone Cabin HMA

Additionally, the BLM Nevada plans to hold an adoption event in conjunction with the Stone Cabin gather. Read More

Emergency Wild Horse Gather Underway in Nevada

The BLM said wild horses residing on private lands in the Wood Hills area, outside the Spruce-Pequop HMA boundary. Read More

Oregon Emergency Wild Horse Gather Concludes Successfully

In total 155 horses--33 foals, 55 mares, and 67 stallions--were gathered and transported to an adoption facility. Read More

Eye Drops, Irrigating Solutions Recalled

Kinetic Technologies and Kinetic Vet have voluntarily recalled specific lots of Hy-Optic, OptiVet, and Optimend. Read More

Equine Piroplasmosis Found in Wyoming Racehorses

Fourteen racehorses from Wyoming, along with one from Utah, have tested positive for equine piroplasmosis. Read More

BLM Concludes Outside Silver King, Triple B Horse Gathers

The BLM removed 105 horses from outside the Silver King HMA and 181 horses from in and around the Triple B HMA. Read More

Equine NSAID Best Practices

Your veterinarian will decide which NSAID is best for your horse. Always adhere to his or her administration guidelines. Read More

RRP to Host Bridges to Second Careers Roundtables

The roundtables will take place Oct. 27-28 at the Kentucky Horse Park during the Thoroughbred Makeover. Read More

Cornell Vet College to Host Donkey Health, Welfare Event

The event offers two tracks: one geared to veterinary professionals and the other to nonmedical donkey enthusiasts. Read More

Wisconsin Reports First Equine EEE Cases for 2016

A filly from Forest County and a Welsh Pony mare from Vilas County were euthanized after contracting EEE. Read More

Penn Vet Adds Animal Welfare Courses to Curriculum

Sue McDonnell, MS, PhD, will teach the equine welfare class. Read More

First Cases of WNV for 2016 Reported in Montana

One horse in Petroleum County has tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV). Read More

Kentucky Downs 2016 Research Day Sponsorships Sold Out

Funds from race sponsorships will support Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation equine research. Read More

New Jersey Horses Contract EEE

A 3-year-old Morris County gelding and a 1-year-old Ocean County mare were euthanized after testing positive for EEE. Read More

BLM Vale District Conducting Emergency Wild Horse Gather

The gather comes in response to the Cherry Road Wildfire, which has burned 90% of the area in which a herd resides. Read More

Washington State Diagnostic Lab Confirms 10 Equine WNV Cases

The recent cases are located farther north than detections in previous years, Washington State University reported. Read More

Kentucky Downs Schedules Day to Support Research

The third annual Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation Day is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 3. Read More