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Equestrian Sport

It’s an Orange-Wash in the Freestyle – and Gal does the Record Again
It seemed impossible that the record-breaking week at the Alltech FEI European Jumping and Dressage Championships at Windsor, Great Britain, could get any better, but for The Netherlands’ Edward Gal and Moorlands Totilas the impossible is just all in a days work. From FEI. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Lawsuit filed in Federal Court in Washington
The Cloud Foundation and Front Range Equine Rescue have filed a lawsuit and a request for an injunction in Federal Court in Washington, DC to prohibit the Bureau of Land Management from removing horses from the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range. From Harnesslink. Read more >>

Equine Health

Seven Colorado horses are infected with West Nile
Seven Colorado horses have been infected with the West Nile virus in the north, northeast and southeast parts of the state, the Colorado Department of Agriculture reported Saturday. From The Fence Post. Read more >>

In Other News

Eric wins his first rosette at Mirfield Show
The National Coal Mining Museum for England is proud to announce that Eric, one of its rescued Welsh ponies, has won two rosettes and a trophy at the Mirfield Show on Sunday 24 August. From the National Coal Mining Museum. Read more >>

Gallery: Therapeutic horses changes lives
From The Detroit Free Press.

Horse leads tourists on wild ride through downtown Salt Lake City
An Idaho Falls family visiting Salt Lake City entered an unexpected carriage racing derby Saturday night, when a planned leisurely ride through downtown turned into a case of a runaway horse. From The Salt Lake Tribune. Read more >>

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