Utah State University Extension
Equine viral arteritis (EVA) is a serious viral disease of horses that can affect the respiratory system and/or the reproductive system. Its importance to the U.S. equine industry was highlighted during a 2006 breeding industry outbreak that was associated with venereal spread of the virus in semen. This fact sheet provides background information of EVA, including prevention and control.
Vanderwall, Dirk K.; Rood, Kerry A.; and King, Bruce L., "Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA)" (2013). All Current Publications. Paper 365.