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AQHA: Download Free Conformation Chart

AQHA: Download Free Conformation Chart

Do you know a crest from a croup? Elbows from hocks? This free downloadable chart is perfect for any horseman or -woman learning horse conformation or anyone wanting to brush up on their knowledge.

Equine Vaccines Topic of Spring UC Davis Horse Report

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Equine Vaccines Topic of Spring UC Davis Horse Report

Spring is vaccine season! UC Davis equine clinician and infectious disease expert Dr. Nicola Pusterla shares the latest on this important topic in the spring issue of the UC Davis Center for Equine Health’s Horse Report. The issue answers common questions about equine vaccines, including:

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Researchers Say New Test Can Detect Presence of Gene Doping in Equine Athletes

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Researchers Say New Test Can Detect Presence of Gene Doping in Equine Athletes

“The science is closing in on those who seek to use these advancements for wrongful means; the more we learn with each study, the harder it will be for individuals who seek to cheat the system using gene doping strategies.”

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Equine Assisted Services for Veterans with PTSD Research Project Moves into Recruitment Phase

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Equine Assisted Services for Veterans with PTSD Research Project Moves into Recruitment Phase

She will examine the horse-human interaction, and how EAS affects both humans and horses during these types of interventions. The population that Ms. Rankins is currently recruiting are male combat veterans who served in the Iraq or Afghanistan theaters of operation. This group has been selected in order to reduce variability in the measured variables, which include hormones that differ between males and females, and selecting the most recent theaters of operation in order to remove variables that come with the passage of time.

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Rutgers University Scholarship For Females Majoring in Equine Science

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Rutgers University Scholarship For Females Majoring in Equine Science

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – The Equine Science Center at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is pleased to notify undergraduate students and incoming freshman of the Doris C. Murphy scholarship application deadline extension. In order to make sure that more applicants have the time and ability to apply, the Center has extended the typical […]

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AAEP Publishes Epizootic Lymphangitis Guidelines

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AAEP Publishes Epizootic Lymphangitis Guidelines

AAEP The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) has published on its website comprehensive guidelines to assist practitioners and regulatory agencies with identification, diagnosis and control of epizootic lymphangitis, a contagious, chronic granulomatous disease of the skin, lymphatic vessels and nodes of the limbs, neck and chest of horses and other equid species.

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Run/Walk Club Returns to KY Horse Park

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Run/Walk Club Returns to KY Horse Park

Presented by the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation, the Kentucky Horse Park Run/Walk Club is a free event that invites the community to run or walk on the park’s 1.5- or 3-mile marked route. The event has taken place at the park since 2015 but was canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic.   

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Educational Equine Wellness Series

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Educational Equine Wellness Series

Animal Wellness Action The New York-based Equine Collaborative International (ECI), Animal Wellness Action, the Animal Wellness Foundation, Monty Roberts, Dr. Maria Katsamasis, Frank Lovato, Jr., and Bernice Ende have teamed up to produce an equine educational webinar series. Each year including 2020, ECI has held an in-person March Meet-Up in Western New York to raise […]

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AAEP Publishes Equine Parvovirus-Hepatitis Virus Guidelines

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AAEP Publishes Equine Parvovirus-Hepatitis Virus Guidelines

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) has published on its website comprehensive guidelines to educate practitioners about transmission, risk factors, clinical signs and other considerations pertaining to equine parvovirus-hepatitis virus (EqPV-H), a recently discovered virus capable of causing hepatitis in infected horses. Two distinct etiologies of EqPV-H infection are recognized: biologic transmission and non-biologic […]

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Training Young Horses- Science Behind the Benefits

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Training Young Horses- Science Behind the Benefits

“Short-term dynamic exercise as an adolescent can lead to beneficial changes in bone morphology, increased fracture force, and reduced fracture risk at maturity… Knowledge of bone modeling and remodeling justifies that exercise during growth is beneficial, if done properly.” 

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