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In Japan, draft-horse racing is peculiar to the island of Hokkaido. Draft horses were first imported to the area for farm work from Europe in the 19th century, but it was in 1946 that jockeys began driving them for...
The 2006 winner of the Arabian Horse Association (AHA) Distance Horse of the Year Award was presented to a 23-year-old Half-Arabian named Aron Moon. The horse is owned by Mike Tracy of Hollister, Calif. The horse, nicknamed “Moon” was...
American Quarter Horses take center stage at 1:30 p.m. EST Sunday for America’s Horse Championships, presented by Ford Trucks, on NBC Sports Television. This one-hour special is based on a portion of the FedEx Open competition at the American...
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The United States Equestrian Federation will be awarding its 2006 Pegasus Medal of Honor to three individuals this year during its Annual Meeting, Friday, Jan. 12, in Louisville, Ky. The award recognizes individuals who have exhibited outstanding service to...
Phillip Dutton was born in Australian, but he’s based in the United States. Recently he became an official U.S. citizen, and now he hopes he can represent his new country in international Three-Day Eventing competition. Dutton is one of...
Exhibitors competing in United States Equestrian Federation licensed events may need to double check their helmets. According to USEF, the GPA brand of helmets purchased in Europe, from online stores in Europe or possibly from eBay (if the helmets...
How about putting safety first in 2007? If you own a helmet, wear one on your trail rides. If you are the parent of a minor child, insist that they wear one. One family has learned that lesson through...
Stadium Jumping Inc., producer of the Winter Equestrian Festival, the nation’s largest and longest running equestrian series, has announced that a public forum to discuss the ongoing EHV outbreak in the South Florida region will take place at 11...
A recent outbreak of Equine Herpes Virus-type 1 (EHV-1) has shaken the Florida show horse world, along with the rest of the country. The outbreak started in mid December just as the start of the show-jumping season was about...
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