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Equestrian Sport

USEF Names George Morris and Phillip Dutton 2009 Coaches of the Year

Their names are synonymous with excellence in their respective disciplines and the United States Equestrian Federation has honored two legends for their commitment to coaching and developing Equestrian Sport. From USEF. Read more >>

In Other News

Champion American Quarter Horse Be A Bono Moves to Kentucky Horse Park

American Quarter Horse Racing World Champion Be A Bono has moved to the Kentucky Horse Park’s Hall of Champions. From AQHA. Read more >>

Horse Used to Spook in Own Stall, Now a Trick Star

Lukas was all bite, buck and bitterness before Karen Murdock adopted him six years ago and made him an Internet star. From ABC News. Read more >>

Missing cowboy’s palomino found

A riderless palomino — snared in underbrush with floodwaters inching up its neck — was the last sign of a missing Liberty County cowboy that anyone had discovered before darkness fell Monday. From The Houston Chronicle. Read more >>

How dangerous is horse riding?

There are dangers associated with horse riding. Anybody who has ever ridden will know that. From BBC News. Read more >>

Saving police horses (not just in Baltimore)

The embattled Baltimore Police horse unit is hanging on but still needs more money. From The Baltimore Sun. Read more >>

United States Equestrian Federation Announces Details for 2010 Annual Meeting in January

The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) is pleased to announce that Louisville, KY, will once again play host to the USEF Annual Meeting. From USEF. Read more >>

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