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Dover Saddlery's Stephen Day 2015 Galbreath Award Winner

The Galbreath Award is given annually to a person or persons who have created and led successful equine enterprises. Read More

Divers to Discuss Liver Disease During 2015 Milne Lecture

Thomas Divers, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, AVECC, will furnish a game plan to identify and treat diseases of the equine liver. Read More

Researchers Partner for Studies on Standardbreds

Rutgers and University of Minnesota researchers are studying genetic factors underlying musculoskeletal diseases. Read More

ARCI Committee to Complete Medication Reforms Implementation

The committee will begin work immediately and report to the ARCI Board of Directors in December. Read More

Lecture to Feature a Veterinarian's View of Horse Shows

Nikki Scherrer, DVM, will cover horse health issues related to shows, such as medications, emergencies, and regulations. Read More

Harmany Muzzles to Donate Muzzles to Horses in Need

Harmany Muzzles will donate 180 first-generation muzzles to rescues nationwide this month. Read More

N.C. Officials Stop Sale of Potentially Contaminated Alfalfa

Five horses that ate the alfalfa hay, which contained blister beetles, have died. Read More

Colorado Reports 11 Cases of Equine West Nile Virus

Affected horses are from Alamosa, Boulder, Broomfield, Conejos, Fremont, Jefferson, Larimer, Park, and Weld counties. Read More

Grayson-Jockey Club Launches EIPH Research Projects

The projects will investigate EIPH's pathophysiology and the effect of the medication furosemide on that condition. Read More

Diagnosis Prior to Treatment Critical to EPM Recovery

Many diseases cause signs similar to EPM, but won't respond to EPM treatment. Ensure you treat for the right condition. Read More

BEVA Addresses Injury Risks Posed to Horse Vets

A survey revealed that being a horse vet could carry the highest risk of injury of any civilian occupation in the U.K. Read More

Sargents Named 2015 Friends of UK Ag Equine Programs

Bennie and Cheryllee Sargent have been supporters of UK's equine program for nearly 20 years. Read More

Michigan Reports First Equine EEE Case for 2015

Officials say the unvaccinated Barry County horse was euthanized. Read More

2015 AAEP Convention in Las Vegas Flush With Opportunities

The 2015 convention will take place Dec. 5-9 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Read More

Colorado VS: 64 Locations in 16 Counties Quarantined

Officials say more than 150 vesicular stomatitis (VS) quarantines have been released thus far in Colorado. Read More

VS Confirmed in Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, Horse

The horse and other livestock on the affected farm have been placed under quarantine. Read More

Horohov Named to UK, Gluck Equine Research Center Positions

David Horohov, PhD, will serve as Department of Veterinary Science chair and Gluck Equine Research Center director. Read More

Prominent Racehorse Owners Donate $100,000 to New Vocations

Mike Repole, Starlight Racing, and StarLadies Racing become Foundation Donors of the program's capital campaign. Read More

OSU Opens New State-of-the-Art Equine Veterinary Facility

A $1 million gift helped fund the Oklahoma State University Gaylord Center for Excellence in Equine Health. Read More

Kentucky Reports Four EIA-Positive Horses in Marshall County

The four horses tested positive for equine infectious anemia during the past two weeks. Read More

BLM Releases Preliminary Analysis for Red Desert Gather

The 30-day comment period for the preliminary analysis runs from Sept. 8 through Oct. 8. Read More

Pine Nut Mountains HMA Draft Evaluation Released

The evaluation aims to assess the conditions to ensure the range is healthy for wildlife, livestock, and wild horses. Read More

BLM Plans Beaty Butte Wild Horse Gather

The BLM plans to gather 1,500 horses. Of those, 1,400 will be permanently removed and 100 will be returned to the range. Read More

BLM to Continue Emergency Wild Horse Gather in Nevada

Based on a vet's exam, 28 of 201 horses gathered last week were euthanized due to extremely emaciated body conditions. Read More

USEF: Phenibut Considered a Prohibited Substance

Phenibut, a derivative of gamma aminobutyric acid (or GABA), is found in some calming supplements. Read More