Event presented by Great American Insurance will benefit the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation.
The American Veterinary Medical Association has approved Animal College of Animal Welfare as a specialty.
The KHC has contributed the remainder of its U.S. Equine Disaster Relief Fund to USEF’s disaster fund.
William Gilsenan joins the Virginia veterinary college as a clinical instructor of large animal medicine.
The EQUUS Foundation has granted the AAEP Foundation funds for graduate-level student scholarships.
Officials in Michigan confirmed Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) in a 17-year old grade mare.
Riders from 26 nations have qualified to participate in equestrian events during the 2012 London Paralympics.
The Kentucky Horse Council (KHC) is providing coordination for the U.S. Equine Disaster Relief Fund.
Recently, reports of the use of a product called “Carolina Gold” have been brought to the USEF Equine Drugs an
Livestock Investigation Training for county and state officials returns to Asbury University March 14-16, 2012
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