A free report published recently by the University of California Davis Center for Equine Health addresses commonly asked questions about the vaccines and vaccination programs.
B.W. Pickett, one of the nation’s pioneers in equine reproductive science, died on Feb. 27 in Fort Collins, Colorado, at age 89. Lung cancer was the cause, according to his notice of death, which described him as a scientist, philosopher, poet, cowboy and a world-class storyteller. A planned memorial at the eponymous B. W. Pickett […]
Cade Shepard thought he knew which one of his three finalists had the best shot in the Augusta Futurity 4-Year-Old Non-Pro. Fortunately, he didn’t share his guess with a mare named Lite Headed.
Somethingtobelievein sure must like it in Augusta.
Jordan Vaughn and Juan In A Million have been a great team in recent years. In Augusta, the Georgia rider and his gelded son of Spots Hot went to the pay window once again.
The human relationship with the horse, including the Quarter Horse, will be featured in an upcoming two-part miniseries on PBS.
Horses will not classified as pets under federal law, but instead given a separate designation, according to the Farm Bill signed into law this week.
The Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association (PCCHA) recently changed its Cutting Stakes, Stallion Auction and Foal Nomination incentive programs. Officials say the changes are designed to make the programs more affordable, increase participation and boost payouts.
Tears filled Tulsa Beck’s eyes after she finished her run in the second round of the $2,000 Limit/Rider World Finals. After two round-topping rides aboard a horse called Jet, the rider from Arizona, was the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Finals Show Champion.
The American Quarter Horse Foundation (AQHF) is raising money for a ranching internship program for college students interested in careers in horses and/or cattle.