The infected horse was stabled in Tent 7 at HITS Ocala.
Six days after a horse at HITS Ocala started showing neurological signs, Florida officials say there are no additional cases of the Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1) in the state.
The Division of Animal Industry is continuing the disease investigation and enacting precautions. Two additional locations were quarantined by the state today.
The locations include:
Tent 7 at HITS Showground – Ocala
Up Country Farm / Synergy Farm – Ocala
Montera Farm – Ocala
Flutterby Farm – Ocala
Foxwood Farms – Pinellas Park
Black Forest Farm – St. Augustine
Littlewood Farm – Wellington
Brookmore Farm – Oviedo
Kings Ridge Farm – Reddick
The 21-day quarantines do not necessarily affect the entire farm, but include the areas where the animals of concern are located.
One exposed horse has also been traced to another state and authorities say the appropriate actions are being taken. Additional movement requirements or restrictions have not been imposed by Florida or any other states at this time.
The infected horse remains in stable condition at the University of Florida.