The American Horse Council Annual Equine Industry event features committee meetings and a National Issues Forum with industry thought leaders on a variety of subjects.
The winning proposal for up to $50,000 for research into effects horses have on humans experiencing trauma will have scientific merit, clinical significance, and relevance.
While the racetrack safety portion of the Horseracing Integrity Act goes into effect on July 1, we're anxiously awaiting selection of an agency to oversee the drug enforcement element of the law.
The list of obstacles on Roberts' Mountain Trail course is impressive in that this two acre horse course mimics a natural mountain trail.
SpiritHorse International's mission is to provide equine assisted therapy to help individuals with special needs in achieving their full potential.
Interesting trends are taking place in the horse industry and gaining insight into these trends provides a distinct competitive advantage in strategic business planning.
Back Country Horsemen of America and its allies have developed a Horse Camp Incident Report form for campsite users to capture and record incidents where parties without horses are occupying Forest Service equestrian campsites.
The Large Animal Scientific Advisory Board selected grant applications based on scientific merit and impact with the greatest potential to save lives, preserve health and advance veterinary care for horses with colic.
Dealing with Covid-19 highlighted the need for biosecurity procedures to reduce risk of infection; however, most horse owners are not aware of the threat to horses from endemic and foreign animal diseases. at home or when traveling.
Dr. Rocha had a challenging EPM case that led to the conclusion that answers needed in equine neurology would likely come from fundamental and translational research than from clinical practice.