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Equestrian Sport

Lamaze makes mark
Eric Lamaze is one of the hardest-working Olympic gold medalists at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. From Sun-Sentinel. Read more >>

Equestrian masters from around globe converge on Wellington for dressage Grand Prix
The horse trots across the sandy surface, later crossing back legs, lifting front hooves. Its rider sits erect, looking straight ahead. Exchanges between the two, invisible. From Palm Beach Post. Read more >>

Horse Industry

Dover Saddlery to Present at Roth Capital 21st Annual Growth Stock Conference
Dover Saddlery, Inc. (NASDAQ: DOVR), the leading multichannel retailer of equestrian products, will present at the Roth Capital 21st Annual Growth Stock Conference. From MSNBC. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

A Packed House for a Fight About Horses
There’s not much like a fight over horses to get New Yorkers out to City Hall. At the start of a Council hearing on a proposed bill to ban the carriage horse industry, a collection of about 20 people stood outside the gates in consternation. From The New York Observer. Read more >>

In Other News

Mustangs: Spirit of the shrinking west
In the winter of 2005 Nelson Quispe, new from Peru to North America, was hired to herd sheep in Wyoming’s Red Desert. His sheep-rancher boss, Pat O’Toole, gave him a six-year-old mustang to help him cover the long miles over snow whales and sagebrush to open range. From National Geographic. Read more >>

Mustang photo gallery
From National Geographic.

Hendry twin horses celebrate first birthday
Generally, the guests of honor at first birthday parties are just learning to walk. But the Hendry County twins being honored Saturday can not only walk; they can trot, gallop – even buck a little, when the spirit moves them. From News-Press. Read more >>

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