Horse Illustrated Newswire


Equestrian Sport

You Can Ride Down the Center Line at the 35th Anniversary of Dressage at Devon
Dressage riders! 2010 is the year to make dreams come true at Dressage at Devon. From USEF. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Call to Ban Carriage Horses, Close Stable
This past Saturday was the Horses Without Carriages International Day, which in New York had around 30 activists protesting outside the West Side Livery stable (pictured). From Gothamist. Read more >>

In Other News

First Mississippian Crowned Miss Rodeo America
For the first time, a Mississippian won the Miss Rodeo America pageant. From WAPT. Read more >>

A little Christmas horse sense
Defying the neigh-sayers, a formerly abused gelding found himself hot to trot despite the wintry conditions yesterday while on display at the Animal Rescue League of Boston’s “Giving Tree” open house. From The Boston Herald. Read more >>

Students herd together, help abused horses
Students from MTSU’s Equestrian Team have been volunteering to help 84 abused and neglected horses, mules and donkeys rescued from a Cannon County farm on Nov 24. From MTSU Sidelines. Read more >>

Mich. rocker Kid Rock shows some good horse sense
Animals may not have any concept of holidays, but if they did, some local animals might find themselves thanking Kid Rock this holiday season. From USA Today. Read more >>

Nominations Due February 1, 2010 for the 9th Annual Equine Industry Vision Award
The deadline date for nominations for the 9th annual Equine Industry Vision Award is on or before February 1, 2010. From USEF. Read more >>

Arabian Art and History Exhibit to Open at the Kentucky Horse Park in May 2010
The largest and most comprehensive collection of exotic Arabian equine art and artifacts ever assembled will be on view to group tours when A Gift from the Desert: The Art, History and Culture of the Arabian Horse is presented next summer. From USEF. Read more >>

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