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Aqueduct Reaccredited by NTRA Safety, Integrity Alliance

Certification standards address injury prevention, uniform medication testing and penalties, safety research, and more. Read More

How to Choose Hay for Your Horse

It's important for your horse to have good-quality hay, but how do you choose it? Start with these tips. Read More

Racehorse Breeder Donates to CSU for Regenerative Research

The anonymous breeder donated $20 million toward a new state-of-the-art regenerative medicine research facility. Read More

TIP Announces 2015 Performance Awards Winners

The awards recognize Thoroughbreds accumulating the most points at shows in 12 award categories throughout the year. Read More

Fauquier County, Virginia, Training Facility Quarantined

The facility was quarantined after a horse previously residing there tested positive for EHV-1 in Florida. Read More

BEVA Trust Helps Veterinarian Train Students in West Africa

Dr. Alfonso Martin provided basic training to University of Senegal students and to veterinary teams in Mauritania. Read More

Request AAEP Foundation Grant Funding by April 1

The group funds organizations, universities, and others developing and implementing programs to improve horse welfare. Read More

Illinois to Host Stallion Reproduction Symposium

The International Symposium on Stallion Reproduction will take place Aug. 27-29 at the University of Illinois. Read More

RMTC Board Approves Recommend Drug Thresholds

The board also voted in support of an expanded and more comprehensive out-of-competition drug testing rule. Read More

Nevada Officials: Use Caution Driving in Virginia Range Area

Two wild horses died in separate collisions on Highway 50 near Dayton in the early morning hours of Feb. 25. Read More

Panel Examines Possible Research Paths for EIPH Treatment

The AAEP released a list of research topics identified by a panel as central to the goal of understanding EIPH. Read More

Toxin Associated With C. perfringens Identified

Researchers recently identified the NetF toxin in foals in Kentucky. Read More

Owners of Kentucky Derby Hopefuls Pledge Research Support

So far three owners have pledge a percentage of earnings from wins on the Kentucky Derby trail to equine research. Read More

EHV-1 Confirmed in Two Texas Horses

The El Paso County horses are now two of 74 linked to an equine herpesvirus outbreak at Sunland Park in New Mexico. Read More

Varner Honored With Lifetime Achievement Award

Dr. Dickson Varner will receive the David E. Bartlett Lifetime Achievement Award at the SFT/ACT conference in July. Read More

Equine Lameness Basics

Whether you've had horses all your life or are new to the industry, you're bound to deal with lameness at some point. Read More

Time to Ride Challenge to Return with New Incentives in 2016

The grassroots competition grew by more than 60% in 2015. Read More

Arizona Lifts Turf Paradise Racetrack Quarantine

The Arizona Department of Agriculture lifted its quarantine of Turf Paradise Racetrack, in Phoenix, on Feb. 18, 2016. Read More

New Guidelines for Assessing Welfare of Equids for Transport

The European Commission supported the development of the guidelines on assessing equids' fitness for transport. Read More

Jockey Club TIP Creates Youth Ambassador Program

The Youth Ambassador Program is designed to expand awareness of the TIP and the versatility of the Thoroughbred. Read More

2016 Thoroughbred Makeover Attracts Top Trainers

Trainers from the U.S., Canada, and England will acquire and train a recently retired racehorse for this year's event. Read More

FEI, EEF Agree to Endurance Measures for 2016 Season

The 12 approved measures will be applied for the rest of the United Arab Emirates' endurance season. Read More

Texas A&M's Dr. Josie Coverdale Dies After Car Accident

The associate professor in equine science passed away Feb. 13 from injuries sustained in a car accident. Read More

Rood & Riddle Expands Veterinary Services in Florida

Rood & Riddle will offer hospital services as well as expanded ambulatory services in Wellington. Read More

Tauber Elected to AHC Board

Chrystine Tauber also currently serves as president of the United States Equestrian Federation. Read More