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NEW YORK STATE: New York regulations require that all equines be covered by official interstate health certificates, issued by a licensed veterinarian, showing that the animals are free from any symptoms of any infectious or communicable disease. The certificate shall include the name of the owner and address, destination in NY, number of horses examined, the name, registration number(s), if any, tattoo, if any, sex, age, rectal temperature, color, and markings of each animal listed. Health certificates will become void after 30 days from issue. Health certificates must show animals to be negative to an equine infectious anemia test within the past 12 months. Equine Influenza vaccines EHV 1 and EHV 4: within 6 months (180 days) of each show: Date of test and approved laboratory must be shown on health certificate.