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Equestrian Sport

Dressage Legend Jessica Ransehousen Named 2009 USEF Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient
For more than five decades, the name of Jessica Newberry Ransehousen has been synonymous with the United States dressage program. From USEF. Read more >>

United States Hunter Jumper Association’s Emerging Athletes Program National Training Session Announced
The inaugural United States Hunter Jumper Association’s (USHJA) Emerging Athletes Program National Training Session (level 3) will take place January 8-10, 2010, in Reno, NV. From USEF. Read more >>

Polo team hit by loss of horses returns to play
Just a few days after 21 polo horses died from an overdose of a common mineral before a championship match in Florida earlier this year, the Venezuelan-owned team remained devastated by the loss. From The Miami Herald. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Cannon County Rescued Horses Find New Homes
More than a month after 84 starving horses were rescued from a Cannon County farm, some are settling into permanent homes. From NewsChannel5. Read more >>

Donations Needed For Horses Found Neglected
Authorities are seeking help to feed and care for six horses found neglected at a Tate Township farm. From WLWT. Read more >>

In Other News

Nevada wild-horse roundup protested in S.F.
Mustang advocates staged a literal dog-and-pony show in San Francisco on Wednesday to protest a federal roundup of wild horses from a Nevada mountain range. From The San Francisco Chronicle. Read more >>

New laws set ‘steed’ limits
It’ll no longer be a dog’s life for the horses in Central Park. From The New York Post. Read more >>

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