Equine Herpes Virus
The Colorado Department of Agriculture has canceled a quarantine placed on a Douglas County ranch after a horse was found with a potentially fatal horse virus.
All the hold and quarantine orders issued to prevent the spread of a potentially fatal horse virus have been lifted in Colorado.
Some Colorado counties are lifting temporary horse bans at county facilities prompted by an outbreak of equine herpes virus.
More horses in Colorado are coming down with a potentially deadly virus. There are now nine confirmed cases of equine herpes virus.