Kimberly S. Brown

Kimberly S. Brown is the editor of EquiManagement/EquiManagement.com and the group publisher of the Equine Health Network at Equine Network LLC.

Articles by: Kimberly S. Brown

Contagious Equine Metritis: Culture and Diagnosis

One of the most difficult problems in diagnosing contagious equine metritis (CEM) is isolating the organism from heavily contaminated sites in the stallion and mare. CEM is caused by Taylorella equigenitalis, a Gram-negative bacterium,

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Therapeutic Riding Horse Needs Your Help

The 14-year-old Quarter Horse aptly named Pilot had only been at Hearts and Horses Therapeutic Riding Center near Loveland, Colo., for about six months, but he’d already become a star with his large size (16 hands), quiet and willing personality

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Winter Whoas

The two Miniature Horses and the Miniature Donkey came trotting through the early morning gloom from the frozen field into the spotlight of the barn for their morning hay. As they got closer, I noticed they were moving … funny. Not the ha-ha

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Freed! British Columbia Horses Trapped in Snow Rescued

Two horses trapped in the harsh winter snows of interior British Columbia since September were freed on Christmas Eve. It took more than a week for a large group of volunteers to dig out the horses, but the mare and gelding are expected to

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AAEP Racing Task Force Puts the Horse First

“We have a crisis in Thoroughbred racing,” stated Scott Palmer, VMD, of New Jersey, a past president of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) and head of the AAEP Racing Task Force.

The AAEP Racing Task Force was conceived

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Nearly 2,000 Wild Horses To be Rounded Up in Nevada

An Associated Press article from Friday, Dec. 12, stated that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) employees have begun removing 1,480 horses from Battle Mountain rangelands in Nevada, and the federal group in January will remove 450 mustangs fro

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Nevada Rodeo Group Helps Kids This Christmas

The Reno Rodeo Denim Drive is an annual community event to collect new denim clothing and cotton underwear and socks for abused and neglected infants, children, and teens who have been placed in protective custody and foster care. 

The 2008 Reno Rodeo Denim Drive runs through Saturday, Dec. 20, culminating with the “Denim Procession” on that final Saturday, when a mule-drawn

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Nevada Rodeo Group Helps Kids This Christmas

The Reno Rodeo Denim Drive is an annual community event to collect new denim clothing and cotton underwear and socks for abused and neglected infants, children, and teens who have been placed in protective custody and foster care. 

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Three-Toed Horse Fossil on Display in Wyoming

If you are anywhere near Kemmerer, Wyo., you might want to check out the cast of “the most complete fossilized ‘dawn horse’ ever found” at Jim Tynsky’s fossil shop starting Dec. 11. The replica is courtesy of the Field Museum of Chicago, Ill.,

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Free Horses?

The offer of a free horse today often makes longtime horse owners laugh, cringe, sigh, or all of the above. In the past couple of years as slaughter has left the United States, there have been more horses needing homes that are offered for free tha

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FEI Classifies Capsaicin as Doping, Not Medication

If the drug capsaicin is found in any future samples from equine atheletes in International Equestrian Federation (FEI)-sanctioned events, the results will be treated as doping, not medication, according to veterinary committee chairman John

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