Details emerge as Colorado investigates the location of 240 horses exposed to deadly EIA. Did you buy a horse or was it transported with a kill pen horse? Click for complete details.
Veterinarians recommend vaccinating against EHV-1 to help prevent the virus. Although, there is no current vaccine that prevents the neurological manifestation of the infection.
Details still emerging
Oklahoma officials confirm an equine infectious anemia (EIA) disease investigation led to the euthanasia of a Bryan County horse.
The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture (ODAFF) has placed ...
Unrelated to EHV-1 at Culpeper farm
Virginia's state veterinarian confirms two King William County horses tested positive for the neurologic strain of the equine herpes virus (EHV-1) leading to their euthanasia.
A veterinarian euthanized six Kansas horses after they tested positive for equine infectious anemia (EIA).
The Kansas Department of Agriculture quarantined the Finney County equine facility where addit...
Culpeper quarantine extended
Virginia officials confirm a third Culpeper horse tested positive for the neurologic strain of the equine herpes virus (EHV-1).
The Virginia Department of Agricult...
Spread via fecal contamination
University of California, Davis lab results confirm six horses at a Nebraska therapeutic riding center are infected with the corona virus (ECoV). One horse has died.
The surviving hors...
Equine Herpes Myeloencephalopathy
New Jersey officials have quarantined horse facilities in Hunterdon and Somerset counties after a horse developed the highly infectious equine herpes myeloencephalopathy (EHM).
Texas officials confirm a horse in Denton County is positive for the neurologic strain of the equine herpes virus (EHV-1). The barrel racing horse traveled to area events prior to its diagnosis.
HITS Coachella Desert Circuit
update February 16, 2017
After the confirmation of a horse with the neurologic strain of EHV-1 was previously stabled at HITS Thermal, state officials say EHV-1 is circulating in ot...
Kentucky officials quarantined a second Oldham County stable due to the equine herpes virus (EHV-1).