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2022 Horse Management Seminar Recordings- Nutrition, Genetics, Medicine, and More

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2022 Horse Management Seminar Recordings- Nutrition, Genetics, Medicine, and More

“These experts have been able to join us from their offices in places like Florida or Kentucky, bringing with them an expertise in topics such as equine rehabilitation, genomics, and rotational grazing.” 

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The Foundation for the Horse Accepting Grant Proposals from Emerging Equine Researchers

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The Foundation for the Horse Accepting Grant Proposals from Emerging Equine Researchers

The Foundation for the Horse is accepting research grant proposals from up-and-coming equine researchers, including AAEP-member graduate students, fellows, and residents, for up to $20,000 in funding for the study of key diseases and disorders affecting equine health. In the program’s first three years, The Foundation has awarded a cumulative $326,398 to fund 17 projects at seven universities and institutions in support of exceptional science conducted by 15 emerging researchers.

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UF Veterinary College Appoints Two Associate Deans

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UF Veterinary College Appoints Two Associate Deans

A board-certified large animal medicine specialist, Sanchez’s specific interests include gastrointestinal diseases and neonatology. She heads the UF Hofmann Equine Neonatology Intensive Care Unit and her research in the area of gastric ulcerations in foals has changed the therapeutic approach in clinical care.
 

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Hens and Horses- Can They Coexist?

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Hens and Horses- Can They Coexist?

Horse owners can find multiple benefits in adding chickens to their operation. Not only are they fun to watch, but the chickens can serve a purpose!

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Rethinking the Horse Business 2022 – Succeeding in a Changed World

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Rethinking the Horse Business 2022 – Succeeding in a Changed World

“Rethinking the Horse Business” covers essential information about how the economy, horse industry trends, and the digital media marketplace are affecting horse business owners. Horse professionals will gain important insights and strategies to help them succeed in the current business climate and beyond.

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Foundation Announces Studies Focusing on Horse Behavior and Welfare

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Foundation Announces Studies Focusing on Horse Behavior and Welfare

Morris Animal Foundation, a leader in advancing animal health, recently announced the selection of five new equine behavior studies receiving funding in 2022. The studies will help veterinary scientists improve the well-being of horses. Dr. Wendy Koch, a veterinarian who has supported the Foundation for 30 years, provided funding for awarded grants. She noted that […]

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Beware of Supplemental Iron in Horses

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Beware of Supplemental Iron in Horses

Close to 70% of the body’s active — not stored — iron is in the red blood cell pigment hemoglobin where it functions to bind oxygen from the lungs and carry it to the tissues. Iron is also the active binding element of myoglobin, the pigment that makes muscle red and acts to temporarily store oxygen in muscle and deliver it to the aerobic metabolic pathways for generation of energy. Iron is an indispensable component of hundreds of other proteins and enzymes in the body.

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The Finer Points: Showmanship Cross-Over

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The Finer Points: Showmanship Cross-Over

Ah, the cross-over. It’s a crucial part of every Showmanship pattern. The judges’ inspection portion of this event provides each competitor with an opportunity to insert a little personal flair. It’s the time when the judges will see you up close and personal.

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Equine Non Profits Granted Nearly $110,000 by USA Equestrian Trust, 2022 Deadline is April 27th

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Equine Non Profits Granted Nearly $110,000 by USA Equestrian Trust, 2022 Deadline is April 27th

“USA Equestrian Trust’s support helped us fulfill the needs of our girls as well as our horses. We are so proud to have helped hundreds of girls over the years become successful, contributing members of society. All of the girls who have come through our program have graduated high school, and more than 95% have gone on to college, trade school or the military,” said Founder and Executive Director Mindy Morrow.

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Equine Law 101- Lunch and Learn With NSBA

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Equine Law 101- Lunch and Learn With NSBA

Navigating setting up an LLC can be confusing for even the most experienced business owners. Join equine attorney, Yvonne Ocrant, and the NSBA Foundation every Friday in March outside Ralph’s Burger and Sandwich Shop at the World Equestrian Center in Ocala, FL between 12:00pm – 1:00 pm for a complementary lunch and to ask the […]

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