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Scholarships Helps Alleviate Vet Education Cost

The Winner's Circle Scholarship Program has provided assistance to 27 fourth-year veterinary students. Read More

CHRB Denies Horses from Turf Paradise Due to VS Concerns

The California Department of Food and Agriculture determined that a Turf Paradise horse had vesicular stomatitis (VS). Read More

Two Additional Oregon Horses Show Neurologic Signs of EHV

Eight Oregon farms are currently under quarantine: six in Marion County and two in Polk County. Read More

Study: Magnesium Could Have Calming Effects

A recent study showed that magnesium supplementation can significantly slow horses' reaction speed responses. Read More

BLM Extends Deadline for New Off-Range Pasture Bids

The BLM extended to June 2 the deadline for proposals for off-range pasture facilities to care for gathered wild horses. Read More

BLM Seeks Comment on Pryor Mountain Environmental Assessment

Input is sought on a preliminary environmental assessment for a horse gather on the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range. Read More

22 Equine Ophthalmology Studies Available Free Online

Study topics include keratitis, corneal surgery, corneal neoplasia, uveitis, glaucoma, and more. Read More

Marean Elected AHC Trustee

Donald G. Marean is a member of the Maine House of Representative member and Standardbred racehorse owner. Read More

Veterinarians Discuss Medication Rules at Ohio Meeting

Five vets shared their views on racehorse testing and medication issues an Ohio State Racing Commission meeting. Read More

Oregon EHV-1: Case Count Rises to Four

Facilities in Marion and Polk counties are now under quarantine. Read More

NTRA Safety and Integrity Alliance Reaccredits Finger Lakes

The New York track received "best practice" grading in the area of aftercare and transition of retired racehorses. Read More

Michigan EHV-1: Some Quarantines Released

Four Michigan facilities remain quarantined due to equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1). Read More

European Equestrian Federation signs MOU with FEI

The European Equestrian Federation is focused on maximizing the potential and development of equestrian sport. Read More

Groups Urge Congress to Help Maintain Trails

Organizations encouraged Congress to pass the bipartisan National Forest Trails System Stewardship Act. Read More

Tips for Managing Horses on Spring Pastures

Here are some tips to remember to help your horse stay happy and healthy when consuming this spring's lush pasture. Read More

Equine Infectious Anemia Reported in West Tennessee

There are currently four confirmed cases of equine infectious anemia in the western part of the state. Read More

Vesicular Stomatitis Confirmed in New Mexico Horses

Officials are managing two vesicular stomatitis cases: one in a Grant County horse and one in an Otero County horse. Read More

EHV-1 Detected in Marion County, Oregon, Horse

The affected horse began showing acute neurologic signs on April 28 and the positive EHV-1 diagnosis was made April 29. Read More

Hullinger Named Director of UC Davis Large Animal Clinic

Dr. Pam Hullinger's appointment took effect April 27. Read More

2015 National Issues Forum Scheduled

The theme for this year's AHC National Issues Forum is "Protecting and Promoting the Horse." Read More

AQHA Announces Rule Changes

The board approved stronger penalties for animal welfare rule violators, barred lip chain use in show horses, and more. Read More

On Call Program to Support Kentucky Derby and Oaks Telecasts

Dr. Keith Latson will represent the AAEP On Call program during this weekend's live telecasts from Churchill Downs. Read More

Cobalt Policy Adopted by Racing Regulators

Regulators adopted a new policy making it illegal to administer cobalt to a racehorse. Read More

Horse Owners: Vaccinate Against WNV, EEE

Owners are encouraged to vaccinate their horses prior to the onset of peak mosquito season. Read More

Hearing on BLM Helicopter, Motorized Vehicle Use Scheduled

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Wyoming's hearing will take place on May 5 at 5:30 p.m. Read More