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AHC Expands

  Washington DC – The American Horse Council has expanded the number of supporting organizations to their equine microchip lookup tool at  with the addition of AKC Reunite bringing the number of searchable microchipping equids to over one million! … Learn More

Palm Beach Auction Feb 13th

The horses have all settled in after arriving from Europe, tickets are being reserved, and The Palm Beach Auction is right around the corner! But if you are not in Wellington this season, don’t worry. The auction will be streamed in … Learn More

Kessler Will Not Seek Second Term As USEF President

By: Mollie Bailey, COTH U.S. Equestrian Federation President Murray Kessler announced  Jan. 20 that he will not seek a second term with the organization. “The reason is simple: my professional circumstances have changed,” he wrote in an email sent to … Learn More

HITS Ocala 2020 Winter Circuit

The 39th annual HITS Ocala Winter Circuit kicks off with the two week HITS Ocala Holiday Series, December 11-22 at Post Time Farm. Then we jump in to the ten week HITS Ocala Winter Circuit, January 14 – March 22. … Learn More

Chia Seeds And Equine Health

by Paulick Report Staff Chia seeds have risen in popularity as an additive to both horse and human diets. These very tiny seeds are high in fiber, protein, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, but they are best known for their omega … Learn More

U.S. Senate Passes Federal Anti-Cruelty Bill

by Animal Wellness Action Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act Headed to the President’s Desk Today, the U.S. Senate passed the Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture (PACT) Act by unanimous consent. The bill, led by U.S. Sens. Pat Toomey (R-PA) and … Learn More

USDA Issues Updated VS Outbreak Situation Report

Outbreaks have been confirmed in Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, and Wyoming in addition to a recent case in Tillman County, Oklahoma. Washington, D.C.-Vesicular stomatitis virus can cause blisters and sores in the mouth and on the tongue, muzzle, teats, or hooves … Learn More