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AAEP Publishes Contagious Equine Metritis Guidelines 

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AAEP Publishes Contagious Equine Metritis Guidelines 

Six outbreaks of CEM have occurred in the U.S. in the past 15 years, including a significant outbreak in 2008-2010 in which over 1,000 exposed horses in 48 states were required to be tested, resulting in 23 contaminated stallions and five infected mares ultimately identified and treated.

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The Great Back Number Debate

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The Great Back Number Debate

Everyone has a different method for pinning on back numbers. Some use traditional safety pins for security, while others prefer magnets for the “no hole” approach. Some like to secure the number on the top and bottom, while others attach on the sides. The placement of the number on an exhibitor’s back is another topic entirely. But one thing is for certain, there are a lot of differing opinions when it comes to this horse show staple. 

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Equine Surgeons and Ophthalmologists Help Return Champion to Winner’s Circle

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Equine Surgeons and Ophthalmologists Help Return Champion to Winner’s Circle

“In many instances like this injury, the eye is removed, and the socket sewn closed,” said Dr. Bridget Nottle, an equine surgery resident, commenting on the severity of the injury. “Camino Del Paraiso is fortunate to have an owner who would go to such lengths to save the eye.”

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Contact Your Members of Congress to Join the House Congressional Horse Caucus

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Contact Your Members of Congress to Join the House Congressional Horse Caucus

The horse industry has a wonderful story to tell in terms of its positive economic impact on local, state, and national economies, job creation, equine therapy, equine rescue & sanctuaries, the racing sector, and land management. Lawmakers are eager to understand more about the industry and its benefits, and it is important that they receive responsible, comprehensive information in order to make decision impacting the horse industry.

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AQHA Quality Samples Program

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AQHA Quality Samples Program

What do Slovenia and Denmark have in common? Not only are the European countries rich in historic culture, but they will also be the locations where AQHA International will host technical educational seminars on artificial insemination with frozen semen.

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Winter Weather- A Guide to Blanketing Horses

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Winter Weather- A Guide to Blanketing Horses

Do you know the degree of blanket warmth your horse may need and when? Refer to this easy-to-reference chart to help as a guide. But keep in mind, a 50° winter day will feel much different to a Miami horse vs. a Milwaukee horse, so blanket accordingly as needed.

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Breakthrough Laminitis Research Shows Promise For the Future

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Breakthrough Laminitis Research Shows Promise For the Future

A horse’s hoof has a tough job. It must support a heavy animal which can move faster than 40 mph. Laminitis occurs when inflammation and damage of the tissue takes place between the hoof and coffin bone. It causes lameness, a diminished quality of life and often results in euthanasia.

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Set Your Horses Up for Success When Leaving Your Farm For the Holidays

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Set Your Horses Up for Success When Leaving Your Farm For the Holidays

An opportunity to take a break from your beloved horses and horse farm for the holidays probably doesn’t pop up very often, but when it does the decision to step away from home is often fraught with anxiety. When horse owners contemplate relinquishing control over their precious equines’ care and custody to others, for even a limited period of time, it is inevitable that a certain amount of apprehension will exist.

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Chronic Pain Assessment in Horses is Topic of New Podcast Episode

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Chronic Pain Assessment in Horses is Topic of New Podcast Episode

Recognizing and monitoring chronic pain in horses can be difficult, but researchers at Utrecht University are developing a tool that could make this easier for both horse owners and veterinarians. Learn more in this month’s episode of Morris Animal Foundation’s Fresh Scoop podcast, available now for streaming and download. Host Dr. Kelly Diehl, the Foundation’s Senior Director of […]

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5 Tips on Horse Buying From an Equine Lawyer

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5 Tips on Horse Buying From an Equine Lawyer

Use a Contract. Even if not required in your state, it is always a good idea to have a written sales contract, signed by both parties, stating the rights and duties of the buyer and seller. The contract allows the parties to have a written record of the horse that was agreed upon. 

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