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Today's News - Thursday, December 08, 2016
Hot Topics in Hoof Care, Part 4: The Abnormal Horse Hoof
Hoof care experts discussed common equine foot issues, including club feet, underrun heels, and mismatched feet.
Spooky Objects: To Dwell or Not to Dwell
Should you let a horse dwell on a spooky object?
Influenza Challenges
Influenza continues to represent a serious infectious disease threat to humans and animals alike.
Applications Open for 2017 Thoroughbred Makeover
The event will take place Oct. 5-8, 2017 at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Authorities Say No Wounded Horses Roaming Wildfire Region
Tennessee authorities said investigations have revealed no evidence to support such claims made on social media.
Tuesday's Top Tweets from the 2016 AAEP Convention
Tweets and take-homes from sessions on lameness, rehabilitation, equine back issues, and more!
Former AHC President Receives AAEP George Stubbs Award
Jay Hickey was recognized for his contributions to the equine industry and support of equine health and welfare.
AAEP Lavin Cup Awarded to Michael Blowen
Michael Blowen is an advocate of Thoroughbred racehorse aftercare and founder of Old Friends Thoroughbred retirement center.
Six New Vets Receive AAEP Foundation Scholarships
Six veterinary graduates of 2016 committed to careers in equine medicine received $4,000 scholarships.
Fit for the Trail
Learn how recreational riders can condition and protect their equine weekend warriors.
Virginia Sport Horse Vet Installed as 2017 AAEP President
Dr. R. Reynolds Cowles Jr. focuses much of his practice on lameness in racehorses and performance horses.
Equine Ophthalmologist Named AAEP Distinguished Educator
Dr. Dennis Brooks is world-renowned for his contributions to equine ophthalmology.
Blodgett Named AAEP Distinguished Life Member
Dr. Glenn Blodgett is considered an authority in equine reproduction and implemented advanced reproductive techniques at the 6666 Ranch with enviable results.
Poll Recap: Enriching Your Horse's Environment
Of the 371 respondents, 172 (46%) said they provided their horses with enrichment items such as toys.
Monday's Top Tweets from the 2016 AAEP Convention
Tweets and take-homes from sessions on biosecurity, equine collapse, MRI, industry issues, and more!
Vaccines for all Ages
Horses at different life stages have a variety of immunization requirements, but they're not as complicated as they might seem.
Moyer Receives AAEP Distinguished Service Award
Dr. Bill Moyer’s advancements in treating equine foot disorders cemented his position as one of the foremost authorities on lameness issues.
Dembek Receives EQUUS Foundation Research Fellow
Dr. Katarzyna Dembek is studying how the dynamics of hypothalamic, pituitary, and adrenal hormones relate to severity of disease and mortality in newborn foals.
Vet Students Receive Merck/AAEP Foundation Scholarships
Five vet students committed to careers in equine medicine received $5,000 scholarships.
Whitfield-Cargile Named Past-Presidents' Research Fellow
Dr. Canaan Whitfield-Cargile received the 2016 AAEP Foundation Past Presidents' Research Fellow for his research examining the role of microbiota in equine gastrointestinal healing.
Can Fat Help Horses Gain Weight in Winter?
Find out how to safely feed horses fat and if it's a good weight-gain solution.
Sunday's Top Tweets from the 2016 AAEP Convention
Tweets from the Kester News Hour and other sessions on dental care, soft tissue injuries, saddle fit, and more.
Researchers Study Equine Influenza Vaccination Schedules
Longer vaccination dosage intervals were more likely to leave gaps in horses' immunity than shorter ones.
Water Access in Winter
Horses need access to fresh and unfrozen water during the winter months. Here's what to remember.
The Science Behind Equine Supplements
Manufacturers make many claims, but do supplements really work? We'll look at the research and answer your questions!
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