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EIA Lethal for Oklahoma Horses

Update September 3, 2016 A second Oklahoma horse is dead after being euthanized due to testing positive for equine infectious anemia (EIA). Details are limited, but state officials said the Quarter Horse located i...
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EHV-1 Kills 4 Horses at Parx Racing

EHV-1 Kills 4 Horses at Parx Racing

The equine herpes virus (EHV-1) has claimed the lives of four horses at Parx Racing in Pennsylvania. If no additional horses test positive, the track will remain quarantined until May 5....
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Keeping Equine eastern equine encephalitis away from horses

Eastern Equine Encephalitis Fatal for New York Horse

A New York horse was euthanized last week after being diagnosed with eastern equine encephalitis. Some of the other states that have seen cases of EEE this year include New Jersey, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, ...
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FDA: Equine Ulcer Product Marketing Leads to Warnings for Horse Companies

Gastroade Xtra Recalled after FDA Warning

A recall has been issued for an equine ulcer product that was found sub-potent by the FDA. Cox Veterinary Labratory, Inc. is voluntary recalling Gastroade Xtra....
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Equine Disease and Health Alerts US and Canada

Online Horse Med Site Receives Warning Letter from FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration sent a warning letter to an online veterinary company for its marketing of new equine drugs that are unapproved. The FDA sent the letter regarding several products marketed under t...
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Two States Confirm EHV-1 after Nebraska Barrel Race

Two States Confirm EHV-1 after Nebraska Barrel Race

Two Midwest states are each reporting a new case of equine herpesvirus (EHV-1) after the horses traveled to a recent barrel racing event. Get the complete information at Rate My Horse PRO....
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Florida Horse Dies from Eastern Equine Encephalitis

Florida Horse Dies from Eastern Equine Encephalitis

EEE causes inflammation or swelling of the brain and spinal cord. The disease is also called "sleeping sickness". Clinical signs of EEE in horses include fever, depression, lack of appetite, facial paralysis, difficulty ...
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EHV-1 Confirmed in Broward County, Florida Horse

Gulfstream Park Quarantined Florida officials report a horse at Gulfstream Park in Broward County tested positive for the equine herpes virus (EHV-1). A private track veterinarian reported November 8 that a horse ...
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Contagious Viral Infection Affects Texas Horses

Vesicular Stomatitis Diagnosed in another Texas County

The Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) has confirmed a new case of Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) in a horse. The equine is located in Ward County....
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Kansas Confirms 2 More EIA Positive Horses

Update on EIA Affected Horses in Nebraska

Nebraska's state veterinarian is releasing new details regarding horses in the northwestern part of the state inflicted with equine infectious anemia....
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EHV-1 Confirmed at Los Angeles Equestrian Center in 5 Horses

A day after California officials reported two Saddlebreds tested positive for the equine herpes virus (EHV-1) the number of infected horses has risen to five. The sick horses are in isolation at the Los Angeles Equestr...
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LA Equestrian Center EHV-1 Outbreak 2016

UPDATE: 10 Horses Infected with EHV at Los Angeles Equestrian Center

7 EHM, 3 EHV-1 positives update November 14, 2016 California state officials confirm seven horses at Burbank's Los Angeles Equestrian Center tested positive for equine herpesvirus myeloencephalopathy (EHM). It i...
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3 California Horses EHM Positive in Inyo County

California officials report one horse in Inyo County is positive with a different strain of EHV-1 that causes EHM, the neuropathic form of the virus. ...
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EHV-1 Outbreak at LA Equestrian Center leads to cancellation of 2016 Equifest.

Update: New EHV-1 Cases Brings Count to 15 Horses at Los Angeles Equestrian Center

The outbreak has affected 14 horses and precipitated the cancellation of the Pasadena Tournament of Roses 2016 Equifest. The event, scheduled for December 30, was to happen at LAEC. Organizers said all Equifest ticket...
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EHV Exposes 56 Horses at California Boarding Stable

A veterinarian euthanized a 12-year-old Quarter Horse mare at Whispering Willow, in Glendale, due to the severity of her neurologic signs. Tests confirmed the mare was positive for the wild-type strain, although official...
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EHV-1 Cases Confirmed in Utah

EHV-1 Cases Confirmed in Utah

The Utah state veterinarian has issued quarantines in Cache County following the confirmation of four cases of the Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1.) The Cache County Fairgrounds horse arena has closed until further notice ...
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Utah: Eight Cases of EHV-1 Confirmed

Utah: Eight Cases of EHV-1 Confirmed

The Utah state veterinarian has issued new quarantines in Cache County following the confirmation of four additional cases of the Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1.) A total of eight horses tested positive for the virus....
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EHV-1: 9 Confirmed Cases in Utah

EHV-1: 9 Confirmed Cases in Utah

The Utah State Veterinarian has confirmed nine cases of the Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1) in the state. Four of the infected horses were euthanized....
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Vesicular Stomatitis Reported in 12th Texas Horse

Vesicular Stomatitis Confirmed in Mule, Horses in Utah and Arizona

Utah officials confirm a mule has tested positive for vesicular stomatitis (VS). An additional four horses showing symptoms of the virus are undergoing testing, according to the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food....
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Bartlett Milling Recalls Equine Feed

Horse Feed Recalled Due to Potential Rumensin Contamination

A horse feed company is issuing a recall of some horse feeds due to a possible Rumensin contamination. Bartlett Milling Company states the feed was distributed in North Carolina, South Carolina,...
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