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Saturday night marked the final social event of the United States Equestrian Federation’s annual meeting and the announcement of the Farnam/Platform USEF Horse of the Year in Louisville, Ky.  Five horses were up for the prestigious award, but it...
Eight new city slickers pony up for the adventure of a lifetime as Cowboy U returns to Country Music Television with an all new season. The next round of watching wannabe cow hands endure their trials on a real...

She Rides a Land Rover?

In the World Equestrian Games last summer, Britain’s Zara Phillips rode her horse Toytown to an individual gold medal in three-day eventing, and helped Britain win a team silver medal. Now the 25-year-old daughter of Princess Anne is appearing...
The Bureau of Land Management’s roundup of wild horses and burros in Nevada began as scheduled Jan. 3 in the Spring Mountains near Las Vegas. According to the BLM, the area has become overpopulated and the roundup is a...
Edward Norton claims he’s fine now. Surgery wasn’t required. Rest, massages and swimming are helping him recover. Like many civilians who ride, celebrities also take a tumble now and then from their mounts. In 2006 both Madonna and Matthew Broderick...

Brumbies Face Round-up

It isn’t just the Mustangs of the western United States who face an uncertain fate. A herd of feral horses in Australia, where a wild horse is referred to as a “Brumby,” is about to be rounded up and...
With the New Year came changes for the Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC). On Jan. 1, the ApHC began issuing Performance Permits to ApHC-registered, non-characteristic Appaloosas. The permits, which eliminate the current Certified Pedigree Option (CPO) program, allow all non-characteristic...
The 2006 United States Equestrian Federation Horse of the Year, sponsored by Farnam, will be announced Jan. 13, at the USEF annual meeting. This prestigious title is given each year to the nation’s most exceptional horse.  The decision is...
In order to better represent and serve the horse industry in Washington, the American Horse Council (AHC) and member organizations are initiating a direct grassroots effort dubbed the Congressional Cavalry Program. The program’s aim is to have at least one...
In response to the recent EHV-1 virus outbreak in Florida, the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has approved the implementation of precautionary health restrictions for entry into show grounds holding USEF-licensed competitions in the State of Florida. This is...
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