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Equestrian Sport

AQHA Clarifies Progressive Working Hunter Eligibility
The American Quarter Horse Association show department wants to clarify the new progressive working hunter class eligibility, from the AQHA.  Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Stable Fire Kills 9 Horses, Ruled Arson
It was a sad day for the owners of several rodeo trail ride horses, from MyFoxHouston.  Read more >>

Horse owners mourn lost family members
The last time this group came together, they huddled and cried at the wreckage of a barn that had burned, killing all 15 horses inside, from The News Tribune.  Read more >>

Horse Rescue near the BC Alberta Border
At last word, a rescue was continuing today on the slopes of Mount Renshaw on the B-C/Alberta border just west of Jasper, as volunteers try to reach two horses trapped in heavy snow, from Energetic City.  Read more >>

PETA Asks Mayor To Ban ‘Cruel, Dangerous’ Horse-Drawn Carriages
PETA on Tuesday sent an urgent letter to St. Augustine, Fla., Mayor Joseph L. Boles urging him to push for legislation that would prohibit horse-drawn carriages within the city, from News4Jax.  Read more >>

Activists Object To Horse-Carriages
Two accidents happen during holiday festival, from WYFF4.  Read more >>

Human Interest

Stuffed horse causing a stir in Canton
A stuffed horse that is showing up on yards all around Canton, Mass., is causing a stir, from The Patriot Ledger.  Read more >>

The Luckiest Horse In Reno: A Christmas Story
When the men approached, the black foal might have been nursing. Or she might have been on her side, giving her wobbly legs a rest, leaning into her mother under the starry desert sky, from The Huffington Post.  Read more >>

Bones found at Kentucky Horse Park
Workers excavating around the new outdoor riding arena at the Kentucky Horse Park uncovered bones of two people, from the Lexington Herald-Leader.  Read more >>


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