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Jury Deliberations in AQHA Cloning Case That Were Put On Hold Last Week Resume Today

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According to local news station, Amarillo Globe-News, jury deliberations will resume today in the AQHA cloning case after they were put on hold after closing arguments and two hour deliberations on Friday. Click here to read more.

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Virginia Police Officer Facing Animal Cruelty Charges

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A Virginia police officer is facing animal cruelty charges in connection with the alleged maltreatment of a former service horse. City of Suffolk spokeswoman Diana Klink said that on May 22 the adoptive owners of a retired service horse said that the animal was in poor condition at the time of its adoption. The animal […]

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OSU Vet Hospital Only Accepting Emergency Cases Following Equine Influenza Outbreak

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The Oregon State University (OSU) Veterinary Teaching Hospital will not accept horses for anything but emergency services until at least Tuesday, July 30, due to an outbreak of equine influenza virus at the hospital, the school announced July 23. Three horses at OSU are known to be infected with this virus and others could be, officials say. […]

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12 Cases of Equine Rabies Already Reported in 2013

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With 12 cases of equine rabies already confirmed in 2013,1 horse owners should be vigilant about vaccinating their horses against this fatal disease. Those equine cases are among the hundreds of cases discovered this year in other species, including: bats, cats, dogs, cows, foxes, raccoons and skunks.1 “In 2011, which is the last year for which […]

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Hendra Virus Confirmed in Dog After Horse Died on Same Property

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Hendra virus has been confirmed in a dog on an infected property near Macksville, New South Wales (NSW), Australia. “This follows the death of a horse from the virus on the same property on July 4, 2013,” NSW Chief Veterinary Officer Ian Roth said. “Samples from the dog were sent to the Department of Primary Industries’ Elizabeth […]

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Horses Hit by Lightning in Wisconsin, Two Riders Injured

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According to local Waukesha County news station, WISN, a group of horses and riders out on a trail ride in the Kettle Moraine State Forest in Eagle, Wisconsin were hit by lightning yesterday. Click here to read more.

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More Than a Dozen EEE Cases Reported in Florida This Year

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Florida Department of Health Officials have received reports of more than a dozen Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) cases among horses so far this year, according to the agency’s weekly arbovirus surveillance reports. In total, 16 Florida horses have tested positive for the virus since the first case confirmation in early January in Levy County; all […]

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Wild Horses in Government Care Need Relief From Heat

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Approximately 1,800 wild horses are in a potentially dangerous situation at a facility operated by the Bureau of Land Management near Reno, Nev., where temperatures have been reaching record highs exceeding 100 degrees this month. There is no shelter for the horses at the Palomino Valley National Adoption Center, despite the fact that BLM requires […]

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Opening Statements Heard in AQHA Cloning Case

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According to the Amarillo Globe-News, the cloning antitrust case involving AQHA began yesterday in Amarillo, Texas with plaintiffs Jason Abraham and Gregg Veneklasen seeking more than $6 million in damages. Click here to read more.

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Do You Have a Fire Extinguisher in Your Barn? Find Out Why 21 Horses at a Washington Show Barn are Glad There Were Two On Hand

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“I was giving oxygen to one of the horses via an oxygen mask that’s in my own personal kit,” Perciful says. “Then, the vets arrived and gave fluids and medication. I was pretty concerned because there were blisters on this one horse’s nose, which meant that it got pretty hot.”

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