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Equine Welfare

Slow Improvement Seen in Regulation of Horse Carriages
City oversight over horse-drawn carriages has improved since an audit two years ago  by the city comptroller’s office, but the two agencies that oversee the business have acted too slowly in putting reforms into effect, a new report has found. From The New York Times. Read more >>

2nd teen arrested in North Miami-Dade horse killings
Police arrested a second teen Tuesday in connection with the recent North Miami-Dade horse killings believed to be fueled by a market for equine meat. From The Miami Herald. Read more >>

In Other News

Bear mauls horse in metro area
Kim Keck says her daughter’s horse is usually the protective kind. She says he was doing his job when he had an encounter you rarely hear about. From 9News Colorado. Read more >>

First Ever $100,000.00 Challenge ‘Give Away’ For Horse Lovers, through the ride away with $100K challenge is giving horse enthusiasts the chance to win $100,000.00 in sponsor contracts for the 2010 season. From PRWeb. Read more >>

Veterans’ wife says riding horses ‘helps him so much’
As Loren Carrell rode a horse around the arena at Double H Ranch for the first time without assistance, his wife, Nicole, marveled at his progress. From The Mail Tribune. Read more >>

New coat of chalk for white horse
The south-facing Alton Barnes white horse stares out over the Vale of Pewsey from Milk Hill. From BBC News. Read more >>

Corolla Horse Study
A study set to begin early next year could resolve debate over the effect of Corolla’s wild horses on North Carolina’s maritime forests, marshland and wet meadows. From WITN. Read more >>

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