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Equestrian Sport

Swedish Warmblood Horse Inspection Tour Announced
The Swedish Warmblood Association of North America (SWANA) is pleased to announce their 2009 Inspection Tour. The international team of Swedish judges includes Jan-Ove Olsson of the Stallion Committee and Lasse Berglund, jumping judge. From Performance Horse Registry. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Reward increased to $12,500 in case of poisoned horses
The Humane Society of the United States has added $2,500 to the $10,000 reward being offered for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for poisoning 23 horses at a stable in Rancho Santa Fe. From LA Times. Read more >>

Panel Delays Decision On Walking Horse Breed
The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission is putting off until next month a decision on restoring funding for the Tennessee walking horse breed amid allegations some horses were intentionally harmed to change the way they walk. From WLKY. Read more >>

In Other News

Driver’s escape from horse
Amateur footage filmed by tourists on holiday in Israel shows a horse galloping over a car on a road in Galilee. From BBC News. Read more >>

Tennessee Equine Hospital to expand
The copper trotting horse weathervane isn’t just an obvious symbol atop the new Tennessee Equine Hospital expansion. From The Tennesseean. Read more >>

American Junior Paint Horse Association president spent a year changing lives
American Junior Paint Horse Association (AjPHA) member and current Past-President Banks Ready recently completed the Association’s most successful Presidential Service Project to date. From APHA. Read more >>

Churchill Downs Hit By Floodwaters
Flooding has left parts of Churchill Downs under water, and some horses stabled at the Louisville track were moved elsewhere due to high water. From Kentucky Post. Read more >>

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