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Anky van Grunsven denied World Cup dressage ‘wild card’ for Las Vegas
The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has denied Dutch World Cup dressage titleholder Anky van Grunsven a wild card with last year’s winner Salinero for the final in Las Vegas (16-19 April). From Horse and Hound. Read more >>

Courtney King-Dye and Chris Hickey Trade Places after Day Two of Dressage at Equestrian Estates
Courtney King-Dye riding Bogner B and Chris Hickey with his partner Cabana Boy have been battling it out in Prix St. Georges and Intermediaire I competition at this year’s Dressage at Equestrian Estates. From DressageDaily. Read more >>

ASHA announces schedule for 2009 Junior Exhibitor Driving Challenge
The American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA) has announced the schedule for the 2009 ASHA Junior Exhibitor Driving Challenge. The events currently scheduled for 2009 range from March to November, and are set to be held at various shows across the country. From ASHA. Read more >>

In Other News

Big Blue Horse Statue Makes Big Impression
New York has the Statue of Liberty, Seattle the Space Needle. Will Lexington be known for a huge blue horse named Big Lex? From WKYT. Read more >>

An extreme makeover for wild mustangs
The only thing Katie Williams wanted when she first visited Tom Olive’s farm was a loaner horse to ride in exchange for doing some work around the barn. From Ocala.com. Read more >>

The American Quarter Horse Foundation begins campaign for therapeutic riding
The American Quarter Horse Foundation’s promotional campaign Because of a Horse is raising awareness and funds for America’s Horse Cares, a program supporting therapeutic riding. From AQHA. Read more >>

Update on Human Remains Uncovered at Kentucky Horse Park
What began as a simple backhoe procedure to install a fire vault for the new Outdoor Stadium at the Kentucky Horse Park has become a historical mystery as construction workers accidentally uncovered a lost cemetery. From Kentucky Horse Park. Read more >>

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