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On March 31, 2015 the Maryland Department of Agriculture issued a public equine herpes virus (EHV) announcement about a horse from Pennsylvania that had competed in Maryland.
No public announcement from Pennsylvania has been found, so, for your information, the Maryland announcement is posted here in its original language. Elsewhere, in the country, The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine is reminding horse owners in that state that there have been two recent cases of EHV in Ohio and one in Michigan. A horse from Pennsylvania that appeared in a Maryland horse show on March 15 has tested positive for the equine herpes virus (EHV); however, none of the horses that were in the Maryland show and none of the horses that live with the sick horse in Pennsylvania are currently exhibiting any signs of illness.
The horse that is sick did not exhibit any symptoms until March 22 and did not exhibit any signs of illness while in Maryland. As of right now, there is no indication that any other horses that had contact with the sick Pennsylvania horse are ill. Using strict biosecurity measures in day-to-day procedures, even when disease is not suspected, is a key strategy in preventing the introduction and spread of infectious diseases.
Fran Jurga keeps you up-to-date in this blog on news about horse health, care, equine science and research that affects horses. The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) has been notified of a confirmed case of Equine Herpes Myeloencephalopathy (EHM), caused by equine herpes virus 1 (EHV-1), in the Regional Municipality of Waterloo. Brain tissue from a horse with severe neurological signs tested positive for EHV-1 neuropathogenic strain. In 2014, there was one laboratory-confirmed case of EHM in Ontario due to the non-neuropathogenic strain. EHV-1 is not a federally reportable disease but is immediately notifiable by laboratories under the reporting regulation of the provincial Animal Health Act.

Because infected horses may show no clinical signs, but still shed the virus, the temperature of suspect animals should be monitored twice daily for 14 -21 days and any abnormalities discussed with a veterinarian. EHV-1 is easily spread by nose-to-nose or close contact with an infectious horse, by sharing contaminated equipment (bits, buckets, towels etc.) or by the clothing, hands or equipment of people who recently had contact with an infectious horse.
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One horse that was reported to the Maryland Department of Agriculture (MDA) with a fever on March 29 tested negative for EHV. The officials of the Maryland show have contacted all trainers of horses in the division that the sick horse was shown in to alert them of the risk and recommend they monitor their horses through April 5, which is the end of the 21 day incubation period for equine herpes. Owners should contact their private veterinarians to arrange for EVH testing if a horse exhibits significant temperature elevations or neurologic signs. The horse owner voluntarily placed the premises under a self-imposed quarantine to reduce the risk of viral spread. This is the first case diagnosed in Ontario this year; however, cases of EHM have been diagnosed in Texas, Virginia, Minnesota and New Jersey this month.
Neurological signs, if they develop, may include loss or balance, hind-limb weakness, recumbency, difficulty urinating, decreased tail tone and depression. This highlights the need for routine biosecurity measures (including hand hygiene and basic cleaning and disinfection practices) to be in place at all times to prevent a disease outbreak. It is important that a veterinarian assess suspect cases of EHM since it can be difficult to distinguish this from other serious neurological diseases, such as rabies.

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