This year’s American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) summer education series will focus on strategies to tackle difficult performance-related cases.
An outbreak of African horse sickness is proving extremely lethal in Thailand, and the AAEP has release new guidelines about the disease.
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Equine health officials are urging veterinarians to do their part to keep Glanders, a disease eradicated in the United States but still present in other parts of the globe, from coming back into the United States.
The AAEP Foundation, which for 25 years has served as the charitable arm of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) to improve the welfare of horses, in December was renamed The Foundation for the Horse. “Our new name more clearly defines who we are and who we serve,” said Dr. Richard Mitchell, chair of […]
A Ph.D. student at Colorado State University recently received a $5,000 grant for research into new approaches to tendon injury rehabilitation in horses.
Three distinguished veterinary students working toward careers in equine medicine have been awarded Coyote Rock Ranch Veterinary Scholarships totaling $300,000.
Thirty-six veterinary students preparing for careers in equine medicine recently received a combined $54,000 in financial support through the 2019 Winner’s Circle Scholarship Program.
The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) is offering continuing education events focusing on horse respiratory disorders, ophthalmology and sports medicine.
Colic was listed as the most important equine health concern in a survey of veterinarians and horse owners. Several other diseases were listed as pressing concerns on the list, which officials hope will be used to establish equine research priorities.