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Equine Welfare

Celebrities try their hand at drawing horses to support BHS campaign
Celebrity artwork is being auctioned to raise money for a British Horse Society (BHS) campaign to to stop the over breeding of horses in the UK. From Horse and Hound. Read more >>

Ky. horse group in drive to curb population boom
Publicity campaigns in Kentucky and elsewhere are urging owners of male horses to have them castrated as a way of reducing unwanted foals. From Mercury News. Read more >>

PETA Lobbies For SF Horse-Drawn Carriage Ban
PETA is lobbying San Francisco city leaders to ban horse-drawn carriages following a nearly fatal accident earlier in the week. From Read more >>

Judge rejects guilty plea in horse-killing
A judge has rejected a man’s guilty plea in the killing of a Belgian draft horse, saying the case should go to trial because the man deserves time behind bars. From The Chicago Tribune. Read more >>

In Other News

Horses help give foster children self-esteem
Twenty-one foster children Monday learned about horses, how to care for them, created horse crafts, and got to ride a horse at Horses with H.E.A.R.T. (Hands-on Equine Assisted Riding Therapy) stables at the Five M Ranch in Chino Valley. From The Daily Courier. Read more >>

Morgan Horse Photo Exhibit
Photographer Brett Simison of Middlebury, Vermont, will have a photograph display of images he took at the University of Vermont Morgan Horse Farm through the month of June at the Ilsley Public Library in Middlebury. From AMHA. Read more >>

Custome Crome Becomes a National Reining Horse Association Two Million Dollar Sire
Steve Simon’s Custom Crome is now among the very short list of National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Two Million Dollar Sires. From Performance Horse Registry. Read more >>

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