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Equestrian Sport

Qualifying Points for the 2010 Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show Approved

The qualifying season for the 2010 Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show is under way, and the recommendations for qualifying points have been approved. From AQHA. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Man accused of horse theft, abuse turns himself in

A Fort Pierre man accused of taking and mistreating a rodeo horse has turned himself in and been released after posting $5,000 bond. From The Argus Leader. Read more >>

Racing News

Visit Horse Destinations in Sweden: 2009 Sweden Equestrian Tour Announced

The Swedish Warmblood Association of North America (SWANA) is pleased to announce the 2009 Sweden Equestrian Tour. From Performanc Horse Registry. Read more >>

In Other News

Aspen Ranch to Present Distinctive Equine Therapy Model at IECA

Aspen Ranch, a licensed residential treatment center for struggling teens ages 13-17, has announced that Clinical Director Brandon Burr, Program Director Kevin Knutson and Equine Director Chad Lyman will present their Equine Companionship and Partnership Rituals (ECPR) model at IECA’s Fall Conference, November 11-14, in Charlotte, North Carolina. From Troubled Teen Help. Read more >>

Activists lobby Senate to protect wild horses

Wild-horse advocates from throughout the nation gathered Tuesday on Capitol Hill to lobby senators to protect wild mustangs and burros from being killed by federal officials seeking to reduce herd sizes. From Reno Gazette-Journal. Read more >>

Some Kentucky horse tracks say they’ll request fewer race dates in 2010

Year-round horse racing in Kentucky might be in jeopardy, with at least one racetrack planning to request fewer racing dates next year. From The Boston Herald. Read more >>

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