The Center for Equine Health is open and accepting horses for CEM quarantine and layup services. We are following all state and university directives and our staff are practicing social distancing. Updates will be provided on our website, as well as on our Facebook (@ucdavis.ceh) and Instagram (ucdavis_ceh) accounts. Please contact us ((530) 752-6433, firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) has provided a COVID 19 resource document for equestrian facilities in California.
"The Center for Equine Health is truly a world class equine facility. Simply stated, our horses are thriving and happy."
– Susan Gray, Trustee, Yvonne LeMaitre Trust
The Center for Equine Health Horse Report is an award-winning quarterly magazine that provides the most current information on a variety of equine health issues. It is available in print and digital editions.Learn more
The expertise available through the Center for Equine Health spans the breadth of clinical and basic science disciplines that apply to the horse. Current studies include the Pioneer 100 Horse Health Project.Learn more
Our Center has serves as the USDA's California quarantine and treatment station for contagious equine metritis (CEM) to prevent the introduction of this potentially devastating disease into the U.S. horse population.Learn more