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Grayson-Jockey Club Offers Free Online Courses

The Advanced Horsemanship Program's first modules focus on EHV-1, the hoof, and the National Uniform Medication Program. Read More

FEI Bureau Hears United Arab Emirates Endurance Proposals

The FEI Bureau provisionally suspended the national federation due to horse welfare and other issues in endurance. Read More

Time to Ride Challenge Kicks Off with 40% Increase in Hosts

This year 992 hosts from 49 states are planning events to welcome new people to riding and other horse activities. Read More

American Pharoah Trainer Bob Baffert Donates to Old Friends

The Triple Crown winning trainer pledged a $50,000 donation to the farm that's home to three of his former trainees. Read More

Horse Owners: Consult Your Vets Regarding Vaccinations

Following floods, Texas animal health officials say mosquito-borne disease incidence could increase. Read More

Racing Conference Concludes with Medication Reform Messages

The Pan American Conference featured a variety of speakers who focused on anti-doping, marketing, and more. Read More

The Brooke Helps Horses in Nepal Following Earthquake

The Brooke is working to rescue and treat hundreds of equids trapped by landslides and injured by falling rocks. Read More

TCA Elects McCauley to Board of Directors

The organization helps to provide better lives for Thoroughbreds by supporting retirement, rescue, and research. Read More

American Pharoah Wins Triple Crown

American Pharoah romped home in the June 6 Belmont Stakes to become the first Triple Crown winner in 37 years. Read More

Hurricane Preparation Tips for Horse Owners

Hurricane season is upon us, so horse owners should ready themselves in advance for evacuation. Read More

Vaccinate Australian Horses Against Hendra Virus Now

Veterinarians say vaccination is the most effective way to protect people and their horses from the deadly hendra virus. Read More

Horse Racing Integrity Coalition Formed

The group will advocate for uniform medication standards for American Thoroughbred racing. Read More

Purdue Approves Equine Surgery Center, Ag Sciences Facility

The $8.8 million Centaur Regional Equine Diagnostic and Surgical Center will be located near Indiana Downs. Read More

American Pharoah Bids for Triple Crown in Belmont Stakes

American Pharoah will seek to become the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978 in Saturday's Belmont Stakes. Read More

New Equine Herpesvirus Case Reported in Oregon

The Marion County gelding has tested positive for both the wild type and the more serious neuropathogenic form of EHV-1. Read More

Breeders' Cup Announces Safety, Security Initiatives

Breeders' Cup has expanded its out-of-competition drug testing program, increased security at barns, and more. Read More

Triple Crown Connections Hopeful for American Pharoah's Bid

American Pharoah will try to win the Belmont Stakes and become horse racing's 12th Triple Crown champion on June 6. Read More

Be Bullish Arrives at Old Friends at Cabin Creek

The 10-year-old gray gelding was claimed and retired May 17 following a win in his 87th start. Read More

Practical Management of Strangles Outbreaks in Horses

Strangles outbreaks can be devastating, but the damage can be minimized or prevented through practical control plans. Read More

New Vocations to Build New Racehorse Retraining Facility

The new facility will include two 15-stall barns, indoor and outdoor arenas, and multiple pastures and paddocks. Read More

TAHC: Prepare to Protect Animals Before Disaster Strikes

Proper planning and preparedness are key in preventing or minimizing the loss of horses, livestock, and pets. Read More

Conference to Explore 'Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges'

The 2015 International Equitation Science Conference will focus on promoting ethical equitation for all disciplines. Read More

Ensure Horses are Vaccinated Against EEE, WNV, and Rabies

Timely vaccination has been shown to decrease disease incidence drastically. Read More

VS Confirmed in Reeves County, Texas, Horses

Earlier this month three horses in Pecos County, Texas, tested positive for vesicular stomatitis (VS), as well. Read More

Researchers Find New Method for Monitoring Horses' Body Fat

The new body condition index is designed to enhance the value of traditional body condition scoring. Read More