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Equine Welfare

A Burden Unsaddled
A new state law aimed at helping horse boarding operations deal with fiscally abandoned animals is “going to allow people in the boarding business to stay in business and to be more profitable,” according to Ginny Grulke, director of the Kentucky Horse Council. From Business Lexington. Read more >>

Shock as horses gunned down
Three wild horses – including a pregnant mare – have been felled by gunshots, the latest in a string of unsolved equine killings in central Alberta. From Edmonton Sun. Read more >>

House panel approves wild horses bill
A House committee has passed legislation that would prohibit the killing of healthy wild horses and burros to control their populations on federally managed lands. From Read more >>

In Other News

Zara Phillips to design own range of Musto clothing
Zara Phillips is going to be designing her own range of Musto equestrian clothing in her new role as brand ambassador for the company. From Horse and Hound. Read more >>

Dressage rider sought for Mary King’s King Solomon III
Mary King’s Olympic silver medal-winning horse King Solomon III is in need of a rider this summer. From Horse and Hound. Read more >>

Madge’s Equestrian Demands
Madonna is reportedly house hunting in the Hamptons for a home this summer, but some of her equestrian demands are rubbing the residents the wrong way. From OK Magazine. Read more >>

‘It was like this light went on’
Children with autism and other disabilities are finding help on horseback through a Gurnee equine therapy program. From Lake County News-Sun. Read more >>

250 attend memorial for Alysheba
It turned out to be a chance for his breeder, his trainer and his jockey to remember the wonder horse that none took credit for shaping. From The Lexington Herald-Leader. Read more >>

LEONA LEWIS Injuries from horse headbutt
Leona Lewis suffered facial injuries after being headbutted by her horse. From Read more >>

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