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    Equestrian Sport

    Relief, disbelief as jump races resume
    Cries of relief — and outraged disbelief — over yesterday’s decision to give a reprieve to jumps racing in Victoria will still be fresh when the first horses return to the track today. From The Age. Read more >>

    Equestrian team at Centenary No. 1
    For the first time in 30 years, Centenary College became the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Hunter Seat National Champion, receiving the Collegiate Cup sponsored by Weatherbeeta Collegiate recently at the competition in Murfreesboro, Tenn. From The Daily Record. Read more >>

    Equine Welfare

    I-Team: Progress Made on Wild Horse Plan
    The Bureau of Land Management’s perpetually-troubled wild horse program has struck a deal with the bureau’s most vocal critics. From Las Vegas Now. Read more >>

    In Other News

    Prisoners Teach Wild Nevada Mustangs How to Cope With Captivity
    Nostrils flared, ears pointed forward, a wild mustang eyes prisoner John Cadwell with suspicion as he walks slowly across the corral, framed by a watchtower and the snow-capped peaks of the Sierra Nevadas. From Read more >>

    Fort Worth barn fire kills seven horses, devastates prominent African-American riding club
    Tony Coleman hurried to the Circle L 5 arena Monday morning already grappling with the news from a friend that one of his four horses had been killed in a barn fire. From The Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Read more >>

    AQHA Releases New Western Pleasure DVD
    AQHA has released “Showing to Win: Western Pleasure,” an in-depth look at one of the most popular western show classes, geared for all western pleasure exhibitors, trainers and judges. From AQHA. Read more >>

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