Horse Illustrated Newswire


Equestrian Sport

Endurance event draws riders from 23 nations

Two notable horse races are being staged Wednesday in Lexington besides the Keeneland card: 100-mile and 75-mile races will be run at the Kentucky Horse Park and surrounding farmland as an official test event for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. From The Louisville Courier-Journal. Read more >>

U.S. rider leads endurance competition

Two-time world champion endurance rider Valerie Kanavy of Virginia dropped out of Wednesday’s event at the Kentucky Horse Park after the Arabian mare she was riding slipped on a rain-slicked driveway early in the race. From The Lexington Herald-Leader. Read more >>

Additional Dressage Developing Clinics Conducted by Olympians Announced

The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) Dressage Department is pleased to announce additional dressage clinic dates and locations for developing horse/rider combinations in the United States. From USEF. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Rescued Horses Get Helping Hand

A farm for rescued horses in Epping is getting a makeover with the help of Home Depot and a group of volunteers. From WMUR. Read more >>

In Other News

Equine seminar series offered

Henry County Farm Bureau® in conjunction with Bureau, Knox and Stark County Farm Bureaus, the University of Illinois Extension Bureau and Henry-Stark Units, as well as Black Hawk East, is coordinating a series of three equine seminars coming up in November. From Quad-Cities Online. Read more >>

Rescued wild horse finds home

“I have made this a passion of mine,” said Lisa Friday in a recent interview at her home near Rockville, as she talked about adopting “Rain,” a wild mustang from a herd living in the Pryors Mountains in Wyoming. From The Goochland Gazette. Read more >>

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