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Mine That Bird’s papers stolen
Trainer Chip Woolley got a rude awakening before leaving for New York on an early flight Tuesday. From ESPN. Read more >>

Hot to Trot
Empire City at Yonkers Raceway put their best hoof forward in its latest ad campaign. From The New York Post. Read more >>

In Other News

Record number of Kaimanawa horses mustered
A record number of Kaimanawa horses have been housed after the annual muster on the central plateau and unlike previous years there was no protest action. From TVNZ. Read more >>

Horse and buggy chase ends in suspect’s arrest
The driver of a horse and buggy led Cattaraugus County sheriff’s deputies on a three-mile pursuit through fields and woods early Monday morning, eventually abandoning the buggy and fleeing on foot. From The Buffalo News. Read more >>

The Kentucky Horse Council Snips Away Unwanted Horses
Indiscriminate breeding has widely been recognized as one contributing factor to the increasing numbers of unwanted horses. From The Kentucky Horse Park. Read more >>

USEF Forms Education Department: Greater Service to Members a Catalyst for Structural Change
As part of an ongoing series of structural changes designed to offer increased service to members while streamlining efficiency, the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) announces the creation of its new Education Department, effective June 1, 2009. From USEF. Read more >>

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