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Drought Prompts BLM to Gather Horses in Nevada

The BLM plans to gather about 150 wild horses threatened by lack of forage. Read More

2015 Application for TAA Accreditation Now Available Online

Equine aftercare organizations can apply for Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) accreditation through April 15. Read More

Reid Reappointed Principal of Royal Veterinary College

Dr. Stuart Reid, who has an equine background, has been reappointed principal for a second five-year term. Read More

CANTER, Retired Racehorse Project Join Forces

The groups will join forces to facilitate the sale of more Thoroughbred ex-racehorses to the equestrian market. Read More

HITS Thermal Names Official Veterinary Partner

Hagyard Equine Medical Institute veterinarians will be available for routine and emergency care through March 16. Read More

Two Arizona Horses Test Positive for Vesicular Stomatitis

Three premises in Santa Cruz County have been quarantined as a result of the positives. Read More

USDA Approves Vetera Vaccines for Use in Pregnant Mares

The USDA approved the label claim based on safety studies including a total of 446 pregnant mares. Read More

Hagyard to Have Vets at 2015 Winter Equestrian Festival

A team headed by Courtney Wittich, DVM, will be available in the Wellington, Florida, area from Jan. 4 to March 31. Read More

Murphy Named Director of New Bolton Center PADLS

Dr. Lisa Murphy takes the reins at the New Bolton Center's Pennsylvania Animal Diagnostic Laboratory System (PADLS). Read More

Arena Footing Basics 101: Your Arena's Foundation

The base is one of the most important part of an arena but is often overlooked during construction. Read More

UT Veterinary College Offers Conference for Horse Owners

Lecture topics will include hoof care, nutrition, emergency care, dentistry, eye diseases, behavior, and more. Read More

Memorial Wall Honors Horses, Facilitates Research Funding

The Animal Health Foundation wants to ensure that no horse or pony with laminitis is ever forgotten. Read More

AYHC Seeks Nominations for Youth Horse Industry Awards

The nomination period is open until Jan. 9 and awards will be presented at the 2015 AYHC Symposium. Read More

International Research Team to Map Disease Genes in Horses

Researchers from Kentucky and Denmark received a three-year, $155,000 grant from the Morris Animal Foundation. Read More

BLM to Gather Wild Horses from the Pine Nut Mountains

As many as 132 wild horses will be released back to the range following the gather. Read More

BLM Seeks Comments on Proposed Wild Horse Gather

The BLM is seeking comments on a proposed wild horse gather in the Fish Creek herd management area, in Nevada. Read More

CSU Receives $42.5 Million Gift for Regenerative Medicine

John and Leslie Malone committed $42.5 million to develop regenerative medical therapies for animals and people. Read More

BLM Nevada Announces 2015 Wild Horse Gathers

Some gathered mares will be treated with a fertility control vaccine before being released back to the range. Read More

University of Maryland to Host Hay and Pasture Conferences

The conferences are designed to show attendees how forage management can make a difference in a farm's bottom line. Read More

Diamond Anniversary Draws More than 5,500 to AAEP Convention

The convention featured 175 presentations across four days covering topics ranging from colic to regenerative therapies. Read More

Multiple Graded Stakes Winner Kiri's Clown Dead at 25

The 25-year-old Thoroughbred stallion was euthanized Dec. 22 due to complications following colic surgery. Read More

Could Your Horse Have Gastric Ulcers?

Studies have shown that a high percentage of performance and racehorses have gastric ulcers. Read More

Navicular Drug Receives FDA Approval

Tildren is approved to control clinical signs associated with navicular syndrome in horses. Read More

BLM Gathering Burros from Nevada's Pahrump Valley

The BLM says the burros pose a safety hazard on area roadways and have caused private property damage. Read More

No New VS Cases Reported in Colorado in Last Week

Twenty-six Colorado premises remain under quarantine after animals tested positive for vesicular stomatitis (VS). Read More