‘Ecosanctuary’ Plans for Wild Horses Add Tourism to the Mix
General Equestrian News Friday 16 March 2012
This was prime horse country once, in the old Western working way of bridles, bits and sweat. Leather tack from those days still hangs, cracked and preserved in the arid dust, on the wall of the 1...
HBO's 'Luck' canceled because racing deaths unacceptable
Eventing News Friday 16 March 2012
HBO’s "Luck" was canceled for the same reason real horse racing is fading away: nobody watches, and the modern American public won’t stand for the death of animals in a spect...
Training Tip Tuesday - What Do We Really Mean By “Forward”?
Dressage News Wednesday 14 March 2012
This week's Training Tip is brought to you by ShowChic (formerly Sho Clothes). OK, we all get told at some time that our horses are not Forward enough. I certainly did when I went to train wit...
Horse racing's Jockey Club ponies up with rebranded website
Celebrity/Rider News Wednesday 14 March 2012

Formatted and completed text.Thoroughbred racing has existed in this country since, well, long before it was even a country. Exactly 347 years, if you count from the es...

Riders4Helmets to Host 3rd Helmet Saftey Symposium
Celebrity/Rider News Monday 09 January 2012
The popular helmet awareness campaign Riders4Helmets will be hosting the 3nd Riders4Helmets Safety Symposium on January 14th, 2012, at the Hilton Airport Hotel, Australian Avenue, West Palm Beach,...
Potomac horse feverstill occurs in areas of the United States
Horse Welfare News Monday 09 January 2012
Potomac horse fever (PHF), or equine monocytic ehrlichiosis as it is currently termed, still occurs in areas of the United States. It can often pose a diagnostic challenge because of its varied cl...
Lease for New Jersey Track
Showing News Monday 09 January 2012
The New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority has approved a deal that ensures harness racing will continue at the Meadowlands. The deal gives Jeffrey Gural, who also owns Tioga Downs and Vernon ...
Lauren Sammis and Sagacious HF Prepare For The New Year and A New Show Season
Celebrity/Rider News Saturday 07 January 2012
Pan Am Gold Medalist Lauren Sammis and Sagacious HF, a KWPN gelding owned by Al Guden and Hyperion Farm, have arrived in Wellington and are looking forward to a great New Year as well as a fabulou...
World Dressage Masters Palm Beach Announces Change to Line-Up
Dressage News Friday 06 January 2012
Organizers of the World Dressage Masters presented by Axel Johnson Group have been informed that the stallion Totilas and his rider Matthias Rath of Germany will be unable to attend the WDM Palm B...
NRHyA Awards Varsity Reining Club Scholarships
Horse Welfare News Friday 06 January 2012
The National Reining Horse Youth Association (NRHyA) offers members an online program that rewards youth for leadership and community service activities outside of the show arena. The Varsity Rein...
Olympian Peter Leone Presents Soon to be Released Book to Annual Meeting of the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association in Orlando
Show Jumping News Friday 06 January 2012
Olympian Peter Leone joined members of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) Board of Directors at their annual meeting held in Orlando, FL to celebrate the launch of his new book, Pet...
Twelve Months of Excellence: 2011 USEF High Performance Year in Review
Cross Country News Monday 02 January 2012
Everyone will remember something different from 2011: exactly how long seven-hundredths of a second can be, the vast desolation of the Abu Dhabi desert, the joy of going undefeated or the nagging ...
ASPC/AMHR Crowns 2012 Registry Queen
Pony Club News Sunday 01 January 2012
The American Shetland Pony Club, Inc., crowned its 2012 all-registry Queen at its recent national convention. Miss Alyssa Palas of Ames, Iowa, will represent the ASPC as well as the American Minia...
Helping Wild Horses and Livestock Survive Extreme Weather in Gobi Desert
Horse Welfare News Thursday 29 December 2011
Winters in the Gobi desert are usually long and very cold but the winter of 2009/2010 was particularly severe, a condition Mongolians refer to as "dzud." Millions of livestock died in Mo...
FEI Award winners announced at General Assembly
Celebrity/Rider News Wednesday 16 November 2011
Five women were rewarded for their outstanding contribution to equestrianism at the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) Awards ceremony on Monday,  November 14 at Rio de Ja...
Horse Welfare News Wednesday 30 November -1

Winters in the Gobi desert are usually long and very cold but the winter of 2009/2010 was particularly severe, a condition Mongolians refer to as "dzud." Mill...

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