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Equine news headlines

Equine viral arteritis confirmed in Devon Equine viral arteritis confirmed in Devon
Mares and stallions ‘should be tested before breeding’ Read More

Calls to better protect donkey welfare

Calls to better protect donkey welfare

Legal and illegal trade in donkey skins is...

Calls to better protect donkey welfare

Horse racing body changes flu vaccination rules
Eight months to become the new standard for vaccine renewal Read More

<em>Hyalomma</em> tick confirmed in untravelled UK horse

Hyalomma tick confirmed in untravelled UK horse
Finding highlights importance of tick surveillance to public health Read More


Study confirms value of Ridden-Horse-Ethogram

Study confirms value of Ridden-Horse-Ethogram
Tool could help vets communicate more effectively Read More

Symposium calls for collaborative approach to strangles

Symposium calls for collaborative approach to strangles
Experts debate how to better manage the disease Read More


First stem cell-based veterinary medicine approved

First stem cell-based veterinary medicine approved

Arti-Cell Forte for equine lameness available...


First outbreak of equine viral arteritis since 2012

First outbreak of equine viral arteritis since 2012

Breeding restrictions placed on affected animals in Dorset

New insights on rider weight and horse welfare

New insights on rider weight and horse welfare
Horses can suffer transient lameness if rider weight is too high Read More

Weight gain in horses more than doubles laminitis risk - study

Weight gain in horses more than doubles laminitis risk - study
Findings underscore the importance of regular weight monitoring Read More