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2010 World Equestrian Games

The Equestrian Games want you
About 195 Franklin countians have registered as volunteers for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington ” expected to have a $150 million statewide economic impact. From The State-Journal. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Saving horses a passion for Brown
Alex Brown likes to ride horses and write about horses, but is passionate about saving horses. From Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Read more >>

Hollywood’s Appaloosa wins praise for horse treatment
As the world waits to see which movies will win a coveted Academy Award on Sunday night, the American Humane Society says the new film Appaloosa deserves special mention for its treatment of horses. From Read more >>

The legacy of Wild Horse Annie
Velma Johnston was born in Nevada, where she and her husband ranched and she worked as a legal secretary. In 1950, driving to Reno along Highway 395, Velma was behind a truck. Blood leaked out from the van and stained the road. From Sun-Sentinel. Read more >>

Horse Industry

Equestrian professionals invited to the National Equine Forum
A limited number of tickets for the National Equine Forum are available to equestrian professionals and trade delegates. From Horse and Hound. Read more >>

USEF Accepting Photography Bids for 2009 North American Junior/Young Rider Championships
The United States Equestrian Federation® is now accepting bids from photographers who would like to be named “Official Photographers for the 2009 North American Junior/Young Rider Championships.” From USEF. Read more >>

In Other News

Video: French army horse runs away
Garibaldi, a normally highly-disciplined chestnut stallion aged 15, charged along the Right Bank of the River Seine after shaking of his Republican Guard rider. From The Sun. Read more >>

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