As COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, all equestrians have a responsibility to ensure their horses return to an appropriate fitness level before competing.
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Workplace Safety & Prevention Services has released some guidelines for the agricultural industry to minimize the risk of exposure to the coronavirus.
The Blade out of Toledo reports that over 21,000 Ohioans with medicine-related licenses have indicated that they would be willing to help out at hospitals.
An anti-parasitic drug used in horse dewormer has Australian scientists "cautiously optimistic" it could be a possible weapon against SARS-CoV-2.
In order to better understand the impact of the pandemic and to potentially help owners and horse welfare, you are invited to complete a short survey.
The next Equestrian Canada National Equine Disease and Welfare Surveillance Call is March 25, 2020, at 12 p.m. ET. and will deal with COVID-19.
Ontario Equestrian's insurance provider answers some frequently asked questions from horse owners, boarding barns, and riding schools.
EC and the PTSOs recommend that all facilities that host equestrian-related activities cease public-facing and non-essential activities.
The European Equestrian Federation and IJRC calls on all National Equestrian Federations both in and outside Europe to stop all competitions.