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Equestrian Sport

FEI World Cup™ Dressage 11 2008-2009
The FEI has taken some decisions on the Wild Cards considering the 24th FEI World Cup™ Final Dressage, taking place April 15-19 in Las Vegas. From FEI. Read more >>

USEA Now Accepting Nominees for the 2009 Eventing Hall of Fame
Not only is the USEA celebrating its 50th anniversary at our Annual Meeting and Convention in Reston, Virginia in December, but we will also be celebrating the induction of a select group of worthy candidates into the Eventing Hall of Fame. From USEA. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Video: Abuse of Tennessee Walking Horses
The Humane Society of the United States presented a new video exposing the cruel practice of soring at the second annual Sound Horse Conference in Gainesville, Fla. over the weekend, and hopes attendees will use the video to bring further awareness to soring as it’s used in the Tennessee Walking Horse industry. From The Tennesseean. Read more >>

Horse Racing Lacks Meaningful Safety Rules
Our Kentucky Derby contender list has a new No. 1: Mafaaz, the winner of the inaugural Kentucky Derby Challenge Stakes last week in Sunbury-on-Thames, England. From NY Times. Read more >>

In Other News

Helmet act in memory of young rider advances
Three years ago Gary Hornstein lost his daughter after she was thrown from her horse and took a deadly blow to the head. From Palm Beach Post. Read more >>

Appaloosa Horse Club Names 2008 Year-End Youth Champions
The Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) is proud to announce the Year-end High-point Youth Champions of 2008. From ApHC. Read more >>

In Memory of Ray Hunt
Ray Hunt was born August 31, 1929 in Paul Idaho to parents Joel Eugene Hunt and Zua Stella Shangle Hunt.  The family moved to Mountain Home, Idaho in 1933. From Read more >>

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