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Oldest DNA from Domesticated American Horse Lends Credence to Shipwreck Folklore

Oldest DNA from Domesticated American Horse Lends Credence to Shipwreck Folklore

July 27, 2022 Florida Museum of Natural History Source: Nicolas Delsol, ndelsol@ufl.edu Writer: Jerald Pinson, jpinson@flmnh.ufl.edu, 352-294-0452 GAINESVILLE, Fla. — An abandoned Caribbean colony unearthed centuries after it had been forgotten and a case of mistaken identity in the archaeological record have conspired to rewrite the history of a barrier island off the Virginia and Maryland coasts. […]

Participate in Exciting Programs at Equine Affaire in Massachusetts

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Participate in Exciting Programs at Equine Affaire in Massachusetts

Apply today to Ride with a Pro or compete in the Versatile Horse & Rider Competition! Are you ready to take the next step in your relationship with your horse? In the horse industry, learning is a lifelong endeavor, and that’s especially true when it comes to horseback riding. No matter what discipline you participate […]

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AAEP Creates Commission to Alleviate Equine Veterinarian Shortage

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AAEP Creates Commission to Alleviate Equine Veterinarian Shortage

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) has formed the Commission on Equine Veterinary Sustainability to develop strategies to retain and recruit more veterinarians to equine practice. Many areas of the United States and beyond currently face a shortage of equine practitioners to provide veterinary care to horses and other equids. This equine welfare issue will further […]

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Free Museum Family Days

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Free Museum Family Days

AQHA Join the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum for Free Museum Family Days this summer. The American Quarter Horse Foundation is excited to host free Family Fun Days at the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum in Amarillo. Everyone is invited to experience the Hall of Fame & Museum free of admission for […]

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Free Barn Fire Seminar Hosted in Indiana

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Free Barn Fire Seminar Hosted in Indiana

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), 326 deadly barn fires occurred during the period 2013-2017. In 2022, a devastating fire hurt the Indiana Thoroughbred breeding industry when one Indiana farm burned to the ground. Broodmares carrying the dreams of breeders were lost in the fire and the dreams of owners were crushed. A […]

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U.S. House Committee Advances Permanent Ban on Horse Slaughter and Legislation to End Soring of Tennessee Walking Horses

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U.S. House Committee Advances Permanent Ban on Horse Slaughter and Legislation to End Soring of Tennessee Walking Horses

Marty Irby, Animal Wellness Action June 24, 2022 U.S. House Committee Advances Permanent Ban on Horse Slaughter and Legislation to End Soring of Tennessee Walking Horses Move Follows Animal Wellness Action’s Submission of More than 330 Pages of Written Testimony and Collateral Material on PAST and SAFE Acts Last Month Yesterday, Animal Wellness Action and […]

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EC TV – How to Hang Up A Western Bridle Properly

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EC TV – How to Hang Up A Western Bridle Properly

In our second installment of our regularly featured “How-to” videos, Trainer Erica Owen of Scottsdale, Arizona, demonstrates how to hang up a bridle to keep the reins from crimping and twisting! Watch Erica demonstrate this quickly and efficiently from where she trains, the beautiful back drop of the legendary Almosta Ranch, also the home base […]

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Genetic analysis identifies novel mutation in Standardbred horse

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Genetic analysis identifies novel mutation in Standardbred horse

By Liza Gershony, UC Davis Veterinary Medicine The field of genetics has enabled us to predict susceptibility to heritable diseases and map the genome of many species. Now, modern genetics and the birth of a unique foal in New Zealand has provided a successful example of tracking a mutation at its origin. Today, the journal Animal Genetics, released a […]

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Signs of Moxidectin Resistance

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Signs of Moxidectin Resistance

By Mark Andrews, Equine Science Update Experts have been warning for some time of the danger of ending up with no effective anthelmintics (dewormers). All the available classes of anthelmintic have shown declining efficacy as worms, particularly the cyathostomins (small redworms), become resistant. Moxidectin, a more recent addition to the arsenal is particularly useful for […]

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April Dubbed Vaccination Education Month by Equine Guelph

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April Dubbed Vaccination Education Month by Equine Guelph

Jackie Bellamy-Zions, Equine Guelph Just one horse with an infectious disease diagnosis can close a stable or event facility.  Vaccination is the best way to lower risk of loss of use, high treatment costs and unnecessary suffering for the horse.  Tailoring your annual immunization plan to each equid in your care is the best way […]

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