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Equestrian Sport

Al Jaber Endurance Cup for Ladies on Friday
The Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club (ADEC) will host the Al Jaber Endurance Cup for Ladies at the Emirates International Endurance Village, Al Wathba, on Friday. From Khaleej Times. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Charity calls for horse breeder to be given life ban
A charity has called for a horse breeder to be banned from keeping animals for life after his neglect led to three ponies starving to death. From The Press and Journal. Read more >>

BLM Statement regarding Madeleine Pickens’ Wild Horse Sanctuary Proposal
The Bureau of Land Management is grateful to Madeleine Pickens for her interest in helping the BLM deal with the challenges of managing wild horses and burros, both on and off Western public rangelands. From Read more >>

Equine Health

New Research Demonstrates Phenylbutazone Risks
New research demonstrates that prolonged administration of phenylbutazone (bute) can cause some adverse effects in horses as soon as three days after initial treatment. From USEF. Read more >>

Racing News

Judge overturns suspensions of 3 jockeys in 2005 Derby
A Franklin Circuit Court judge overturned suspensions yesterday that were given to three jockeys for wearing unapproved advertisements during the 2005 Kentucky Derby. From Louisville Courier-Journal. Read more >>

In Other News

The green equine
People around the world have celebrated all things Irish on March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day – for generations. From The Shelbyville News. Read more >>

Donkeys of unknown origin could be putting UK’s Equines at risk
The number of donkeys being rescued and imported from Europe into the UK is at an all-time high, and, according to the Devon-based Donkey Sanctuary, any that are of unknown origin may potentially carry exotic diseases – posing a real risk to the UK’s equine population. From Horsesmart. Read more >>

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