11 EHV Horse Deaths, 75 Confirmed Cases in western outbreak–Latest US Govt Report

9 years ago admin Comments Off on 11 EHV Horse Deaths, 75 Confirmed Cases in western outbreak–Latest US Govt Report
Eleven horses have died or been euthanized in the equine herpes virus outbreak in the western United States and 75 cases have been confirmed in nine states, according to the latest U.S. Department of Agriculture report released Friday, a sharp increase over a week ago Read More

EHV Horse Deaths Rise to 9, More Confirmed Cases in western USA

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Deaths from the outbreak of equine herpes virus rose to nine on Thursday, the latest in Oregon, that also reported four new cases while Idaho confirmed five new infections of horses to raise the total to 53 verified cases in the western United States. Read More

Tom Dvorak & Corrigan Brilliant at Bromont

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Tom Dvorak and the 11-year-old Corrigan won both small tour classes at Dressage at Bromont CDI* in another step toward the Canadian trials to select a team for the Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico in October Read More

2 New Equine Herpes Virus Cases in Nevada, Appears Easing Elsewhere in western USA

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Two new cases of equine herpes virus were reported in Nevada Wednesday, the only state posting additional confirmed infections, while New Mexico said movement of horses should not return to normal for up to another 10 days to contain the outbreak that has led to the deaths of eight horses in the western United States Read More

Equine Herpes Virus Appears Abating in Western USA

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A single new confirmed case of equine herpes virus was reported Tuesday among horses infected in the outbreak that has led to the deaths of eight horses in the western U.S. All official cutting horse competitions were canceled through June 5 "in a nationwide show of precaution and solidarity to help stop the spread of the contagious and potentially deadly" virus Read More

Betsy Juliano Gift to USET Foundation Enables Elite Dressage Clinics

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GLADSTONE, New Jersey, May 23--As a result of a gift from dressage horse owner Betsy Juliano, the U.S. Equestrian Team Foundation is funding four clinics--two on the West Coast and two on the East Coast--for Elite High Performance combinations this fall to be administered by the U.S. Equestrian Federation Read More

More EHV-1 Cases, Deaths Rise to 8, 2nd Cutting Horse Show Cited

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The number of horses that have died or been euthanized in the equine herpes virus outbreak has risen to eight with confirmed new cases reported Sunday, including one that competed only at a California show and not the Cutting Horse championships in Utah early this month that previously had been identified as the sole source of the outbreak Read More

Emily Wagner & Wakeup Win 1st of 3 USA Young Horse Selection Trials for Verden

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Emily Wagner completed her final college exams just hours before leaving her home in rural Kansas for the Midwest young horse selection trials to ride her homebred Wakeup to victory Sunday in the six-year-old finale, the first of three events to decide USA representatives at the FEI World Breeding Championships in Verden, Germany, Aug. 3-7 Read More