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Kentucky Derby Winner War Emblem to Old Friends

The winner of the 2002 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes is slated to return from Japan in September. Read More

Washington Confirms First Equine WNV Case of 2015

The unvaccinated 5-year-old Quarter Horse gelding from Kennewick is recovering. Read More

Swiss Jumping Horses Test Positive for Prohibited Substances

Codeine, oripavine, and morphine were found in samples from three jumping horses. Read More

It's Not Too Late to Vaccinate Horses Against EEE, WNV

There's still time to take steps to protect your horse from these two potentially deadly mosquito-borne diseases. Read More

BLM is Seeking Information on Utah Wild Horse Shooting

A 14-year-old palomino stallion was killed with a small caliber gun. Investigators are searching for those responsible. Read More

BLM Nevada Begins Wood Hills Area Water, Bait Trap Gather

The BLM said the wild horses are residing largely on private lands outside the herd management area boundary. Read More

TERF Announces $100,000 Commitment to Penn Vet

The TERF Opportunity Scholarship Fund will support students, with a preference for those interested in equine medicine. Read More

Grayson-Jockey Club Foundation Meets $100,000 Challenge Gift

The gift and the matching program honor Jack Robbins, VMD, who passed away at the age of 93 on Nov. 29, 2014. Read More

Rutgers Announces Equine Pasture Walk Workshop

Rutgers pasture experts will discuss grazing research comparing continuous and rotational grazing systems and more. Read More

Public Invited to Tour Oklahoma Wild Horse Pastures

The BLM is offering a free half-day public tour of a wild horse off-range pasture in Nowata, Oklahoma, on Aug. 1. Read More

Ruffian Equine Clinic Celebrates Successful First Year

Cornell Ruffian Equine Specialists, located next to Belmont Park, celebrated its first year in business on June 25. Read More

2015 International Helmet Awareness Day to Take Place Aug. 1

Riders can get discounts on helmets and take part in webinars on traumatic brain injuries, concussions, and more. Read More

ISES Plenary to Focus on Human Behavior and Show Horses

The annual equitation science conference will take place Aug. 5-8 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Read More

Time to Ride Hosts Prepare for National Meet-a-Horse Day

On July 25 people nationwide can meet a horse for the first time. Equestrians are urged to invite friends and family. Read More

Arena Maintenance: What to Remember

Here's how to prolong your arena footing's lifespan and maintain a safe and functional riding surface. Read More

What Horse Owners Need to Know About EPM

This neurologic condition can prove deadly for some horses, but others recover with treatment. Here's what to remember. Read More

Keep Horses, Livestock Away From Creeping Indigo

The plant was introduced into Florida in 1925 as a potential forage source but was found to be toxic to horses. Read More

South Carolina Reports First Equine EEE Case of 2015

An unvaccinated horse from Barnwell County died after contracting the mosquito-borne disease. Read More

Williams Receives 2015 Equine Science Award

Carey Williams, MS, PhD, provides statewide leadership in equine nutrition, pasture management, and horse care. Read More

Standardbred Trainer Suspended 10 Years for Blood Doping

Indiana racing officials suspended Bradley Moffitt following a positive drug test for darbepoetin alfa (DPO). Read More

Colorado VS: Four Counties Now Affected

As of July 15, 19 premises in four counties are quarantined after horses, mules, and one cattle herd tested positive. Read More

North Carolina Confirms First Equine EEE Case of 2015

An 8-year-old Quarter Horse from Cumberland County died despite veterinary treatment. Read More

Summit Examines Injury Databases, Post-Mortem Programs

The racehorse welfare and safety summit also covered racetrack surfaces, continuing education, and more. Read More

AAEP to Host Focus on Poor Performance Educational Event

The event is designed to help vets assess, diagnose, and treat a range of performance-limiting diseases and conditions. Read More

CSU Labs Authorized to Test for VS

The change is expected to provide a more timely response on local tests; previously samples were sent to an Iowa lab. Read More