On March 25, 2020, Governor Stitt amended the Fourth Amended Executive Order 2020-07 (EO 2020-07) via a memorandum designating horse management facilities as critical infrastructure businesses. With the critical infrastructure designation, it is imperative that horse management facilities now work to mitigate risks associated with operating during the COVID-19 pandemic. Facilities must balance public health … More Horse Management Facilities: Mitigating risk during COVID-19.
CRITICAL UPDATE! Caring for horses during a public health crisis: are your workers a critical workforce? In Oklahoma, YES! … More CRITICAL UPDATE! Caring for horses during a public health crisis: are your workers a critical workforce? In Oklahoma, YES!
How are the executive orders and proclamations for the COVID-19 crisis impacting the horse industry? … More Caring for horses during a public health crisis: are your workers a critical workforce?
USEF Announces Positive Tests of Cannabinoids (CBD) Will Result in GR4 Violations as of September 1, 2019 | US Equestrian — Read on http://www.usef.org/media/press-releases/usef-announces-positive-tests-of-cannabinoids
Our gorgeous, healthy Morgan stallion, Desi, is clearly not abused or neglected as this blog post photo clearly shows, but I am sad to report calls to my law practice for advice on how to report suspected equine abuse and neglect is on the rise. These concerned citizens are looking for legal advice on how … More Reporting Suspected Equine Abuse and Neglect
The “National Equine Health Plan” represents a public and private effort to ensure a vibrant and prosperous equine industry. This “road map” was developed by state and federal agencies to include the USDA, the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) and the American Horse Council (AHC). This collaborative’s larger stated mission is to enhance “the … More National Equine Health Plan Published