Boehringer Ingelheim releases a soothing music track for horses, along with advice to help horse owners manage equine moments of stress.
“Going for Gold: Setting the Standard for Equine Athletes” will offer a glimpse at the top-ranked veterinary school's future facilities and educational offerings
All samples, from humans and horses, have tested negative for detectable banned substances.
The University of Florida will partner with the center to provide state-of-the-art care in a new 40,000 square-foot facility.
The Wild Beauty Foundation launches 2021 “Wild Horse” creative writing competition; submissions close on September 30.
The “Trails Are Common Ground,” initiative elevates the importance of respectful, inclusive, safe and enjoyable experiences for all trail users.
Required blood concentrations for any potential efficacy would require a lethal dose for humans, experts say.
A decade after the last survey, officials in Kentucky seek to learn more about current conditions in the equine industry of the Bluegrass State.
New California program will coordinate training and responses statewide to better aid domestic animals and livestock during emergencies.
Coming on the heels of the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Horse Publications survey can serve as an important benchmark in the health of the equine industry now and in the future.
The scorecard uses a point system, similar to ones used by farm bureaus, to identify which lawmakers are supporting legislation that benefit the equine industry.
Officials say a one-year delay will provide a more accurate picture of the industry.
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The three-day course will cover topics ranging from water rescues to barn fires.
Appropriations bill will set aside $11 million in dedicated funding to pursue safe and reversible fertility control options.
Entries for the contest, sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim, close August 20, 2021.
EQUITANA USA launches ticket sales for long-awaited October 2021 event in ‘Horse Capital of the World’
Sponsored by State Line Tack and Equine Dental Providers of America, the winner will receive a book and $100 gift certificate; Essays are due July 15.
The act would ban the use of double-deck trailers to haul horses for interstate commerce; Vote by full chamber expected later this summer
This event is slated to take place August 12–14 at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Industry advocates and congressional staff will be available to hear thoughts, suggestions, opinions and feedback from attendees.
Organization will award $3,000 to students pursuing equine careers.
Click through to watch a video highlighting the achievements of the Fédération Equestre Internationale over the past century.
The newly formed group plans to hold town-hall style meetings to include more of the community in discussions about inclusion and equity.
Researchers seeks to further understand management of horses or ponies with Cushing’s disease.
The course is one of three online short courses that comprise their Equine Facility Management Certificate.
Funds raised will help keep working animals in remote communities healthy so they can contribute to the immediate and long-term recovery efforts of their owners.
Attend the American Horse Council webinar highlighting resources for helping at-risk horses.
The anti-soring rule, initially passed in 2017, was suspended by the previous administration.
Items include racing memorabilia, private tours and unique experience, a proceeds benefit charities that support better lives for Thoroughbred racehorses.
Survey to be developed with the hopes it can help owners better identify changes in a horse's comfort level.
The Equine Emergency Preparedness Certificate requires completion of two online short courses.
Following an investigation, the organization found that Andrew Kocher used the spurs on horses in eight events.
Bidding opens the morning of April 29 and runs through the evening of May 1; items include racing memorabilia, private tours and unique experiences.
Video posted online last year shows Leandro Aparecido Da Silva riding and disciplining daughter's small pony.
The May 7-8 event will feature 110 horses and burros that once roamed free on public lands; applications will be reviewed on site and only qualified adopters approved.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore is partnering with City Ranch and the UM BioPark to bring a youth horseback riding program to surrounding community.
The formulation, called KetoMed, contains the same active ingredient in the same concentrations as the brand name product.
A fourth webinar from Equine Guelph has been added to accommodate first responders, veterinarians, horse owners and others who want to learn more about the topic of rescue equipment and techniques.
The new virus strain is undetectable with current diagnostic tests and appears different than the type controlled by available vaccines; role in current outbreak is still unclear
The fund is intended to provide financial support to riders and owners who accrued veterinary expenses resulting directly from the EHV-1 outbreaks in Spain.
Officials hope to gather data on the equine segment of the state's livestock industry.
International competition is slated to begin again on April 12, following a shut down to control disease spread.
The new exhibit space is just under 930 square feet, which is more than 20 times larger than the previous exhibit space; Greg Harbut and Ray Daniels, the owners of Necker Island, are newly featured.
During the five-year program, each participating fourth grader will receive a copy of "The Black Stallion" and the opportunity to interact with a horse.
A significant increase in cases has affected some farms, but there has been no recognized rise in associated mortality.
Students who complete an Associates Degree at Scottsdale Community College can transfer 67 credits to the university towards a Bachelor of Science degree.
The hour-long, interactive event on April 14 will focus on strategies and guidelines for feeding.
Renovation will honor the history of horses in Maryland, while looking to the future to serve as a hub for learning and collaboration.
The shutdown is extended until April 11 in an effort to minimize the spread of a very aggressive strain of a neurological form of the virus.