Horse Illustrated Newswire


Equestrian Sport

Caledon equestrian community gets games 
On Friday afternoon, at approximately 5:15 p.m. Caledon’s equestrian community listened intently as Toronto received a major announcement. From The Caledon Enterprise. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Health officials confiscate 19 horses from arabbers
Baltimore officials confiscated 19 horses Tuesday owned by arabbers, the street vendors who sell produce from horse-drawn carts in the city, saying their animals were living in “unsafe and inhumane” conditions in tents under the Monroe Street bridge. From The Baltimore Sun. Read more >>

Racing News

Drug tests on Breeders’ Cup horses are clean
None of the horses that ran in the Breeders’ Cup World Championships tested positive for TCO2 or any prohibited substances, the California Horse Racing Board announced on Tuesday. Thoroughbred Times. Read more >>

In Other News

Ban fireworks – upset horse owner
A Cambridge woman is starting a petition for a ban on the private sale and display of fireworks after her horse suffered a massive gash to his side after being spooked on Saturday night. Waikato Times. Read more >>

4 retired horses have new home, thanks to inmates
Four retired racehorses from Suffolk Downs moved into their new home on Tuesday, stepping into sawdust-covered stalls built for them by prison inmates at a 90-acre farm not far from the rocky coastline where the Pilgrims first stepped ashore. From Fox Sports. Read more >>

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