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USEA Forms New Horse Health Education Partnership

USEA announces educational partnership with Virginia Tech, Michigan State, ISELP, and Capitol Productions TV. Read More

Reef to Speak on Ultrasound Examination of Fetal Well-Being

Reef will explain why ultrasound is critical to assessing foal viability during a high-risk pregnancy. Read More

Hendra Virus Survey Highlights Horse Owner Behavior

While most see hendra virus as a risk, many are not taking precautions to protect themselves or their horses. Read More

USEA Launches Equine Research Initiative

The USEA will make a $1.00 dollar per starter assessment to fund research that benefits sport horses. Read More

USA Equestrian Trust Awards Second Round of 2013 Grants

The USA Equestrian Trust has awarded $55,000 in grants to help fund four projects by equine nonprofits Read More

Key Land Conservation Incentive Set to Expire

The legislation provides enhanced tax incentive for landowners who retire development rights on their land. Read More

Kanara Honored with 2013 AAEP President’s Award

The award honors a member who has contributed time and expertise to benefit horse health and welfare. Read More

AAEP Foundation, Markel Award Scholarships to Vet Students

The program awards financial support to students who are advocates for equine welfare and academic achievers. Read More

Werner Receives AAEP Distinguished Service Award

The AAEP presented its 2013 Distinguished Service Award to Harry M. Werner, VMD. Read More

Franklin Named Distinguished AAEP Life Member

The AAEP presented Benjamin Franklin Jr., DVM, with the Distinguished Life Member Award. Read More

AAEP Presents Distinguished Educator Awards at Convention

Dr. Frank Nickels and Dr. Barrie Grand received Distinguished Educator Awards. Read More

2014 AAEP President, Vice President Installed

Dr. Jeff Blea takes the reins as president while Dr. Kathy Anderson takes over as vice president. Read More

New AAEP Board of Directors Members for 2014 Installed

Dr. Mark Baus and Dr. Stuart Brown have joined the AAEP board of directors. Read More

Welfare Charity Teams with Polo Team for Rowing Challenge

The beneficiaries of the challenge will be horses, donkeys, mules, and their owners in developing countries. Read More

Boehringer Ingelheim Announces Research Award Recipients

Each researcher will receive a grant of $15,000 to study equine infectious diseases during 2014. Read More

Nelson Receives AAEP Foundation Past Presidents' Fellow

Nelson is researching early arthritis detection. Read More

Researchers Receive 2013 EQUUS Foundation Research Fellows

Each received a $5,000 fellow to support their endeavors in equine research and a $500 travel stipend. Read More

British Racing Promotes Equine Welfare with New Campaign

"The Horse Comes First" is an promoting the welfare of horses throughout and after their careers in racing. Read More

Equine Guelph to Offer Online Course on the Equine Industry

The course will provide students with the opportunity to re-examine their knowledge regarding equine welfare. Read More

Thomason Elected AHC Trustee

Thomason is the president and chief executive officer of Keeneland Association in Lexington, Ky. Read More

Researchers Revise PPID Diagnostic Protocol Guidelines

Researchers in the Equine Endocrinology Group issued a new set of guidelines for PPID diagnostics. Read More

Cornell to Operate Ruffian Equine Specialists Hospital

Cornell has signed a lease-buy for the former Ruffian Equine Medical Center, located near Belmont Park. Read More

Rutgers Announces Seminar on Caring for the Equine Athlete

Lecture topics will include conditioning, saddle fitting, and hoof balance, among others. Read More

Drug to Treat Equine Joint Dysfunction Gains FDA Approval

The drug is designed to treat joint dysfunction in horses associated with equine osteoarthritis. Read More

KHC Elects New Directors, Honors Retiring Directors

The KHC welcomed returning and new board members following elections at the annual membership meeting. Read More