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Equestrian Sport

The Lake Placid Horse Show celebrates its 40th year
The Lake Placid Horse Show began in 1970 as a two-day Pony Club Show. From Lake Placid News. Read more >>

2009 Markel/USEF Young Horse Dressage Selection Trials Conclude in Raleigh
The Markel/United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) Young Horse Dressage Selection Trials concluded the 2009 qualifying season with competitions held across the country in Illinois, California and North Carolina to select the U.S. representatives for the 2009 FEI World Breeding Championships. From USEF. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Montana OKs equine slaughter plants, others may follow
Montana now allows horse-processing plants to be built within its borders, and a handful of other states soon may do likewise in response to increasing numbers of unwanted and neglected horses in the declining economy. From DVM360. Read more >>

In Other News

Md. Chiropractic Board Appears to Be a Tad Mulish Over Horse Massage
I know that in the grand scheme of things, a woman not being allowed to massage horses isn’t that big a deal. From The Washington Post. Read more >>

Mapping Britain on Horseback – the BHS needs you!
The British Horse Society (BHS) has invited equestrians throughout the UK to help them take their mapping strategy to the next level. From The British Horse Society. Read more >>

Nancy Hamill Winter Elected President of Equine Land Conservation Resource
Nancy Hamill Winter (IL), a life-long equestrian and conservationist was elected President of the Equine Land Conservation Resource at the April 27, 2009 meeting of the organization’s Board of Directors. From USEA. Read more >>

Morgan Idol Contest Underway
In an effort to identify unique Morgan representation at the 2010 World Equestrian Game (WEG) at the Kentucky Horse Park, AMHA, in conjunction with its ten regional shows, is holding a Morgan Idol contest. From AMHA. Read more >>

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