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Equestrian Sport

France’s Cadre Noir honours equestrian George Morris
US Show Jumping Chef d’Equipe George Morris was celebrated in a special presentation in Saumur, France, last month at Saumur’s Cadre Noir, the French National Equitation School. From Horsetalk.co.nz. Read more >>

Updates on Some of the WEG Test Events at the Kentucky Horse Park
The Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games are little more than a year away, and a sneak preview will be available this summer when Kentucky Cup Reining and Kentucky Cup Vaulting –the official test events for the disciplines of Reining and Vaulting—arrive to the new indoor arena at the Kentucky Horse Park this July. From The Kentucky Horse Park. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Court bails neglect horse trader
A horse trader jailed after dozens of animals at a farm suffered neglect has been released after serving just four days of a six-month sentence. From BBC News. Read more >>

In Other News

Horse’s tail cut and set on fire
Horse owners in Tayside have been warned to be on the alert after one of the animals had its tail cut off and was almost set on fire. From BBC News. Read more >>

National trail day meant conflict and controversy for Los Angeles equestrians
While June 6th was National Trail Day, a day devoted to celebrating outdoor trails every where, it brought only uncertainty and fear for Los Angele’s equestrians. From The LA Examiner. Read more >>

Rules tightened for livestock from Texas
South Dakota animal health officials have tightened rules on livestock coming into the state from Texas because of a confirmed case of a pesky, although not fatal, animal disease in that state. From The Rapid City Journal. Read more >>

BLM schedules wild horse adoption near Wheatland
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has scheduled a wild horse adoption in the Wheatland area later this month. From Local News 8. Read more >>

Kentucky Horse Council Seeks to Expand Awareness of Equine Industry Careers Through Education Fair
Job seekers in the equine industry will have a unique opportunity to learn more about educational options at an equine education fair sponsored by the Kentucky Horse Council (KHC). From USEF. Read more >>

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