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Burros Face Roundup

True, they’re not horses. But think of burros as our horses smaller, fuzzier, longer-eared distant cousins. Right now a herd of them in Southern California are facing relocation. As many as 150 wild burros roam the scraggly foothills of...
Despite hoopla and hysteria brewing on the Internet, claims that the United States government would implement a mandatory identification system for livestock, including horses, appear to be untrue. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is emphasizing that the National Animal...
Brazo County, Texas, is rural horse country and it's often a wellspring of unusual horsey news stories. A case in point is the recent shooting of a Miniature Horse that had gotten loose from his own pasture and invaded...
The United States Equestrian Federation has announced the nomination criteria for its Heroes for Horses Award, to be presented at the 2007 Pegasus Awards, Jan. 12, in Louisville, Ky. It is the second year that the prestigious award will...
It is the horse that binds all equestrians, and it is with sadness that the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) announced the passing of one of the country's most admired competition horses that not only inspired countless fans of...
Just this month, Heidi Courneya was casually surfing the Internet when she made a startling discovery. She came upon www.netposse.com, the Internet website for Stolen Horse International (SHI), an organization for stolen and missing horses. Imagine her shock when...
Is the gift-giving season galloping up on you? Here's a fun, easy gift to make for your horse-owning friends. If you're a creative type you can embellish it as much as you desire.  Visit your favorite craft store and...

Beware of EVA in Horses

Equine Viral Arteritis is nothing for horse owners to sneeze at, especially as breeding season is just around the corner. In particular, Texas equine producers, veterinarians and livestock health officials have become increasingly concerned about Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA),...
Tevis Cup

The Tevis Cup

Stories of settling the West are filled with images of resilient horses crossing the desert plains. It was these legends that began to spur discussion among 59-year-old Wendell Robie and some friends. In the 1950s, few people believed that...
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