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Equine news headlines

Horse health experts issue advice on worm control Horse health experts issue advice on worm control
Equitape is to be discontinued from October 2018 Read More

New Equine Virus test launched

New Equine Virus test launched

Test to prevent misdiagnosis of often fatal...

New Equine Virus test launched

Horse microchipping to become mandatory
New rules aim to improve horse welfare Read More

EMA recommends stem cell veterinary medicine

EMA recommends stem cell veterinary medicine
Arti-cell Forte indicated for use in horses with lameness Read More


Equine charities welcome agreement with OIE

Equine charities welcome agreement with OIE
Agreement hailed as 'a great day for animal welfare' Read More

Concern over use of bits in royal horses’ mouths

Concern over use of bits in royal horses’ mouths
Horses showed signs of ‘oral discomfort’ at Royal Wedding, vet says Read More


Vigilance urged in France amid equine herpesvirus outbreaks

Vigilance urged in France amid equine herpesvirus outbreaks

Around 200 horses thought to have been affected


Promising new live vaccine for equine influenza

Promising new live vaccine for equine influenza

Scientists say progress is important for human and animal health

Statue dedicated to heroic war horse

Statue dedicated to heroic war horse
Korean War veterans to unveil statue of Sergeant Reckless Read More

Horses ‘read and remember’ human facial expressions

Horses ‘read and remember’ human facial expressions
Seeing angry faces in photos impacts horse behaviour - study Read More