Latest Horse Articles & News

Horse Owners Ensuring An Emergency Response
July 17, 2010

EADRA UPDATE: There has been a lot of activity in the last 12 days and things will only get busier to achieve the DECEMBER 1 deadline, set by Government, for a submission supported by the majority of Australian Horse Industry on being a signatory to EADRA and agreeing to one or more levy mechnanisms.

China’s Horse Sports Industry Has Huge Development Potential
June 22, 2010

China’s Professional Equestrian and Horse Sports and Leisure Industries have huge development potential says Mr. Cheng Qing, Secretary General of the Chinese Equestrian Association (CEA).

Venue Change for Iconic Endurance Event
June 22, 2010

The South Australia's Tom Quilty committee has announced a change of venue and date for the 2011 Tom Quilty Gold Cup. This year's event, now known as the Barossa Ranges Tom Quilty Gold Cup, will provide a challenging new course for participants.

Hoof Abscesses In Horses
June 22, 2010

It is that time of year, when constant wet ground and mud seems to lead to a spate of hoof abscesses.

Revised AUSVETPLAN Disease Strategy For EI
June 17, 2010

Animal Health Australia is the custodian of AUSVETPLAN, the Australian Veterinary Emergency Plan. AUSVETPLAN is the national contingency planning framework for the management of emergency animal disease (EAD) incidents in Australia. The purpose of AUSVETPLAN is to ensure coherent operations and procedures among national, state and territory animal health authorities and emergency management organisations, in the management of an EAD incident.

Veterinary Researchers Achieve Cloning First
June 15, 2010

COLLEGE STATION, TX – Researchers at Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences have achieved another cloning first with the successful delivery of a foal using oocytes from a live mare, the first such clone in the world.

Track To Trail A Personal Mission For Natalie
June 7, 2010

Natalie Newman is on a mission to save as many OTT horses as she can to repay the animals who saved her and her daughter’s lives.

High In The Saddle – At 80
June 3, 2010

At the age of 70, most people start to slow down and unwind. But 10 years ago, at that age, Wynsome Reed took up horse riding and has never looked back.

Riding For Hard Cash
June 3, 2010

Rideability Victoria Doveton Centre held its annual ‘Ride-a-Thon’ week last week to raise money for the maintenance of the horses.

The 2010 China International Equestrian And Horse Industry Fair
May 31, 2010

The China Horse Fair, being held in Beijing, China in October 2010, offers Australian Horse Businesses the ultimate gateway to the regional Chinese and SE Asian Horse Markets.