Some horses will need additional health documentation in order to attend the 2019 Lucas Oil American Quarter Horse Association World Show in Oklahoma. Officials say the rules are to prevent the spread of vesicular stomatitis.
Horses from counties where vesicular stomatitis (VSV) has been found may now be able to enter the state of Ohio for next month's All American Quarter Horse Congress. The change comes from new rules announced this week.
Horses from counties with positive cases of Vesicular Stomatitis (VSV) — including several with a large number of Western performance horses — will not be allowed to compete at next month's All American Quarter Horse Congress in Ohio, officials say.
Officials with the Tulsa Reining Classic have placed additional health certification requirements on equine competitors in the wake of recent outbreaks of vesicular stomatitis in central and southwest regions of the United States. Livestock or horses traveling from a state and county that have had vesicular stomatitis diagnosed within the past 30 days, or a […]
The Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) has updated the Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) count in Texas, as of July 30, with 14 new cases of VS in horses and cows. The area of infection is in South and Central Texas, with 12 new quarantined premises located in Bastrop County. The TAHC stressed that there is no […]