equine industry

American Horse Council Develops COVID-19 Resource Center

In response to the hardships and challenges created by the pandemic, the American Horse Council has developed a COVID-19 Resource Center on our website to address human health, horse health and business health. The Center contains articles, news and, eventually, YouTube videos and other content to help horse owners, equine nonprofits, equine businesses and equine […]

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UK Ag Equine Programs To Host 9th Annual Equine Showcase

University of Kentucky Ag Equine Programs will host the 9th annual UK Equine Showcase Jan. 24-25 at the Fayette County Extension office, 1140 Harry Sykes Way in Lexington. The event will highlight the university’s equine programs and relevant industry findings with an emphasis on the foal, from birth to weaning. The event will span two […]

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Dr. Clare Card: Studying Early Embryonic Death In Horses

Dr. Claire Card, of the Western College of Veterinary Medicine Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences, has been searching her entire career for a means to avoid early embryonic death in horses. Card says that about 15 percent of equine pregnancies are lost very early on, which has a large economic impact on the equine […]

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KEEP Partners On Kentucky Talent Pipeline Management Project

The Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP), Kentucky’s equine economic advocate, announced today that it has partnered with the Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center’s statewide Talent Pipeline Management™ (TPM) initiative. As one of three state chambers of commerce chosen by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation to pilot this initiative, the Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center project will focus on […]

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Deadline Extended For Horse Industry Economic Impact Survey

The American Horse Council Foundation (AHCF) announced today that it will be extending the deadline to complete the horse owner and supplier survey to update the National Economic Impact Study to August 18, 2017. “The survey has been open since the beginning of June, and unfortunately we have only had around 9,000 responses,” said AHC President […]

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Equine Industry Poised For Growth According To American Horse Publications Survey

The equine industry has found stability and shows positive signs of growth, especially among young adult horse owners and event participants, according to results of a survey by American Horse Publications (AHP) sponsored by Zoetis. The survey included responses from over 10,662 horse owners. Among the highlights, the third online nationwide equine industry survey shows1: […]

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Pony Up: Tax Changes Could Deliver Big Punch to Horse Owners

Horse owners in Boone County, Ind., could have a nasty surprise waiting for them when they open their tax bills, if they haven’t already. The county’s tax assessor has started reclassifying land used for horse pasture from “agriculture” to “excess residential.” Indiana equine industry advocates say the editing of a few letters on a form […]

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Survey: Ocala’s Equine Industry Seeks Input From Local Businesses

The growth of the Thoroughbred industry and other horse businesses in Ocala, Fla., is undeniable.  Now, the industry and local officials want to quantify it. They’re asking members of the business community in Marion County to take a quick online survey in an effort to get answers about the impact of breeding, horse industry businesses […]

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Breeders’ Cup presents Fresh Faces: ‘A Reason Behind What We Do’

Katey Caddel is an assistant to trainer Bill Mott with his New York string. Caddel formerly worked at Juddmonte Farms in Lexington, Ky. where she did everything from foaling mares to breaking yearlings. Caddel also completed the Irish National Stud course. Her parents founded and operate the Caddel Equine Therapy Center in Georgetown, Ky., where […]

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