One case involved the neurologic form in a mare, while another mare lost her late-gestation foal; both horses are recovering.
Annika Axelsson (SWE) has published a long letter to the FEI citing management mistakes when her horse fell ill on the Spanish Sunshine Tour.
A horse in Tent #17 on the grounds of Palm Beach International Equestrian Center has had a nasal swab test positive and is under quarantine.
Protocols are aimed at minimizing risks associated with restarting competitions in Europe on April 12th and increasing biosecurity knowledge.
The group was formed to monitor the EHV-1 outbreak in Europe and provide specialist advice on its management and future preventive measures.
Further casualties include 5 aborted foals; hundreds more horses blocked from competing as a third Spanish venue is linked with cases.
Hopes that the virus had not spread south from Valencia have been dashed with news of positives related to second jumping venue in Spain.
The FEI has issued a detailed timeline of events amid widespread criticism over the handling of the neurological form of EHV-1 in Spain.
While there have been no positive cases at WEC Ocala, out of an abundance of caution no new ship-in horses will be allowed on the property.
The FEI has provided the latest information on the outbreak of EHV-1 in Valencia (ESP), and an update on the GCT/GCL event in Doha (QAT).