STILLWATER, Okla. (KFOR) – While the COVID-19 pandemic has caused many Oklahomans to stay at home, officials with Oklahoma State University Extension say that horse owners should have plans in place to ensure the proper care of their animals in case they become ill. “Create a short list of people who can feed, water and…
Equine Disease Communication Center publishes resource for horse owners on Equine Coronavirus and Covid19. Coronavirus Resouces | Equine Disease Communication Center — Read on equinediseasecc.org/coronavirus-resources
On August 14, 2019, the Oklahoma Horse Racing Commission published the unofficial “Rules of Racing” on its website. Significant changes were made to Chapter 45 which is titled “Prohibited Practices and Equine Testing.” To avoid penalty, Trainers and Owners must review these changes carefully and ensure compliance.
American Horse Council Seeks Equine Business Sector Input on Trades & Tariffs - TAPinto — Read on http://www.tapinto.net/sections/horses/articles/american-horse-council-seeks-equine-business-sector-input-on-trades-tariffs
Vesicular Stomatitis Virus (VSV) case confirmed in Oklahoma | Center For Veterinary Health Sciences | Oklahoma State University — Read on cvhs.okstate.edu/announcements/vesicular-stomatitis-virus-confirmed-in-ok.html
This is why I breed Morgan Horses - America's First Breed. Morgans have been right there settling the country from plowing the granite fields of Vermont, pulling wagons West, serving as US Army cavalry mounts, pulling the Pony Express, working cattle and founding other great American breeds such as the American Quarter Horse. Love my…
Joe Landers turned his lifelong love for horses into a lucrative business, first by breeding them on his Texas ranch and then running a pharmacy... — Read on http://www.dallasnews.com/news/crime/2019/07/05/pharmacy-owner-whose-drugs-led-doped-racehorses-admits-peddling-unsafe-equine-drugs
USEF Says "No" To The Use Of Cannabinoids In Show Horses - TAPinto — Read on http://www.tapinto.net/articles/usef-says-no-to-the-use-of-cannabinoids-in-show-horses