Monday, 23 September 2019
The Arabian Magazine

Survey Reveals Horse Owners Are Still Struggling with Worm Control

London, UK – May, 2, 2018 – Zoetis Inc. today announced that results from the latest National Equine Health Survey (NEHS) show that some horse owners are still not up to speed with best...

New senior research from SPILLERS®

New research, conducted in collaboration with SPILLERS® shows that even healthy older horses have increased insulin responses, compared to younger horses, in response to a starch rich or starch and sugar rich meal.

Equitopia Launches First in New Series: ‘Recognizing Subtle Lameness’

Equitopia Launches First in New Series: ‘Recognizing Subtle Lameness’Improve Your Eye for the Pain Your Horse Tries to Hide “Blaming the horse for the problem is a common scenario,” says world-renowned equine orthopaedics expert, Dr....

Cynthia Culbertson to follow Anna Bishop as Executive Director of The Pyramid Society

The Pyramid Society is pleased to announce that Cynthia Culbertson is assuming the position of Executive Director due to the retirement of the Society’s long-term Executive Director Anna Bishop in September of 2018.  An enthusiast,...

Darley Awards HOLLYWOOD 2018 Recognizes the World’s Best, Sets New Standards for Arabian Racing

The Darley Awards HOLLYWOOD 2018 once again reached new heights celebrating the best horses and individuals in Arabian racing from both the United States and abroad in a glittering three-day affair held April 6-8,...

EVJ explores the science and ethics of embryology

Embryology is a hotly contested subject across numerous species as it raises some difficult moral questions. The Equine Veterinary Journal (EVJ) aims to shed light on its role in equine reproduction with a special...
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