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Effort to Identify Horses in Seized Herd Continues


Last February, the seizure of 45 allegedly malnourished Arabian horses from a South Carolina family made national headlines. As court proceedings against defendants Hazelene, James, and Terry Trexler about to move forward, the effort

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CEM Rule Amended for Entertainment Horses

The USDA has amended its import rules to allow noncompetitive entertainment horses to be temporarily brought into the U.S. from countries affected with contagious equine metritis (CEM), a venereal disease of horses. The final rule, titled

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Trusts (Book Excerpt)

Various kinds of trusts can be valuable estate planning tools, although trusts probably are not the cure-all for probate problems they sometimes are advertised to be.

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Kentucky’s EIA Surveillance in 2007

During the 2007 calendar year, 128,912 serum samples were tested for equine infectious anemia (EIA) in Kentucky. Private testing accounted for 111,607 samples. These samples were collected and tested to comply with state regulations governing th

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Arkansas Horse Owners Face Floods

Despite rising river waters and extensive flooding throughout Northeast and Central Arkansas, Kay Jordan has not received a single call from horse owners with stranded animals.

“I would have heard from local humane societies if there was a

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Readers Respond: Just Ain’t Right

Nearly 2,000 readers of TheHorse.com responded to a poll asking, “ What do you do when your horse isn’t acting normal, but doesn’t show specific clinical signs?


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Jockey Club Now Selling Microchips

The Jockey Club is now offering microchips for sale to interested owners and breeders for use in Thoroughbreds residing within the United States, the organization announced March 12.

Microchips are not currently a requirement for Thoroughbred

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Paperwork for When You’re Not There

Horse paperwork–it’s not what you’re thinking. This is not about your horse standing in front of a schematic drawing making a checklist of plans on how to break into the grain room in the middle of the night. This is about those issues that requir

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Horse Rescue Receives Seal of Approval

Independent Charities of America has awarded Days End Farm Horse Rescue in Lisbon, Md., with the “Best In America” seal of approval for adhering to high standards of accountability and successfully managing the organization’s finances. For more

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