There are a potential dozen cases of equine influenza, including confirmed cases in four horses that traveled to a show in New York from Providence County, Rhode Island.
Middlesex, Essex and Hampshire Counties in Massachusetts were involved in confirmed equine disease reports.
The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship reported confirmed cases of equine infectious anemia (EIA) and piroplasmosis on the same facility in Polk County.
In Episode 54 we learn more about the Merck Equine Respiratory Biosurveillance Program with data and tips from Dr. Duane Chappell.
The Washington State Veterinary Office confirmed a case of equine influenza at a boarding facility in Thurston County.
Florida's 18th confirmed case of equine strangles was reported in Santa Rose County at a private facility.
A yearling Friesian colt was euthanized due to Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) in Levy County, Florida.
This is the 17th confirmed case of equine strangles in Florida this year.
A weanling at a horse farm in Nassau County, Florida, was confirmed with Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) and was euthanized.
Two horses on a premises in Morris County, New Jersey, tested positive for neurologic equine herpesvirus (also known as equine herpesvirus myeloencephalopathy or EHM).
A property in Snohomish County, Washington, reported a confirmed case of equine strangles with eight horses exposed.
The following Update from the Kentucky Department of Agriculture was posted on the Equine Disease Communication Center on April 17, 2021
A Quarter Horse gelding in Clackamas County, Oregon, was confirmed positive for equine influenza in April 2021.
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Horses in Barn A at Blackwood Training Center in Woodford County, Kentucky, have been released after testing and quarantine due to equine herpesvirus.
An aged mare in Nothumberland County, Ontario, was confirmed with neurologic equine herpesvirus.
The Office of the Kentucky State Veterinarian has established a protocol for horses arriving from Pimlico Race Course that will remain in effect through the first week of May.
Seventy horses at the Suffolk Equestrian Academy were considered exposed to equine strangles when one horse was confirmed with the disease.
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services confirmed an equine strangles case in Marion County, the 16th for the year in the state.
Read the Maryland State Veterinarian's response to Kentucky's concerns with testing protocols for the current EHV-1 outbreak at Laurel Park and Pimlico racetracks.
The quarantine for respiratory equine herpesvirus at the Florida Winter Equestrian Festival should spark biosecurity measures for transported horses from that location.
A horse at the Winter Equestrian Festival became febrile, was diagnosed with EHV-1, but has not exhibited neurologic signs.
There is one confirmed case of neurologic equine herpesvirus on a premises in Duval County, Florida, where another horse tested positive for EHV-1.
These are the fifth and sixth reported cases of neurologic equine herpesvirus in Ontario this year.
Pigeon fever was confirmed in King and Spokane Counties in Washington state in late March.
A horse at a private facility in Spokane County, Washington, was confirmed with pigeon fever.
Horses at a boarding facility in Martin County and a private facility in Marion County are undergoing testing for equine strangles.
An aged Quarter Horse mare was confirmed positive for neurologic herpesvirus in Santa Clara County, California.
A pony in Martin County, Florida, was the 11th confirmed equine strangles case reported in Florida so far this year.
A Warmblood mare in Providence County, Rhode Island, was confirmed with equine strangles in early March.
More horses at Laurel Park Racetrack in Maryland have tested positive for EHV-1, one of which was euthanized due to neurologic signs.
Two Paint geldings on a private facility in Clackamas, Oregon, were confirmed positive with equine influenza, with two others suspected and four others exposed.