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Equestrian Sport

Tony Hansen appeals to CAS to keep Olympic bronze

Norwegian rider Tony Andre Hansen has made his case to sport’s highest court to keep his Olympic bronze medal in team jumping despite his horse failing a doping test. From USA Today. Read more >>

USEF Annuonces Dressage Youth/Pony Pilot Program

The United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (USEF) is pleased to announce the launch of the USEF Dressage Youth/Pony Pilot Program for Fall 2009. From USDF. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Wild horse debate gallops on

The Obama administration’s first try at resolving the debate over the wild horses of the West has not gone over well with some. From USA Today. Read more >>

In Other News

Equestrian champion, rescued horse form bond in Aiken

A man with a dominant run as the champion four-in hand driver in Germany for eight years between 1960 and 1970, and a horse who had been discarded on several occasions, have found a common bond and are working toward an objective. From The Aiken Standard. Read more >>

NMSU scientists to study horse saddles

New Mexico State University is using science to give cowboys and cowgirls a smoother ride. From Read more >>

Cavalia Highlights Power, Beauty of the Horse

A show that has charmed millions of people in other parts of the world is now playing in the United States. From Voice of America News. Read more >>

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