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by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Apr 10, 2019
Experts share information about the steps needed to identify PSSM, how to distinguish between the types, and recommendations for managing affected horses.
by Angela Pelzel-McCluskey, DVM | Mar 26, 2019
Dr. Angela Pelzel-McCluskey explains why certain populations, such as racing Quarter Horses, might have a higher risk for contracting equine infectious anemia.
by Katie Navarra | Aug 29, 2017
Veterinarians and researchers are on an ongoing mission to reduce the number of racehorse injuries and deaths during racing and training.
by Ernie Bailey, MS, PhD | Aug 24, 2017
Dr. Ernest Bailey shares information about genetic diseases that related to specific breeds.
by Edited Press Release | Jun 9, 2017
The Animal Welfare Commission will review the proposed furosemide ban for show horses set to take effect Jan. 1, 2018.
by Edited Press Release | May 18, 2017
Recommendations include adding to the forbidden drugs or substances list, creating educational efforts, and more.
by Edited Press Release | Dec 10, 2015
The committee approved the use of a lip cord in amateur and open halter classes for stallions aged 1 year and older.
by Pat Raia | Nov 2, 2015
The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the AQHA in a long-running case involving the registration of clones.
by Pat Raia | Aug 5, 2015
The Quarter Horse trainer is facing charges after two horses allegedly died and another was injured while in his care.
by Pat Raia | Jul 24, 2015
The commission suspended clenbuterol use in Quarter Horses and Thoroughbreds racing that state though July 2016.
by World Equine Veterinary Association | Jun 4, 2015
Anhidrotic horses don’t sweat well or at all, which can be dangerous in warm climates. Here’s what to watch for.
by Edited Press Release | Apr 29, 2015
The board approved stronger penalties for animal welfare rule violators, barred lip chain use in show horses, and more.