Horse Illustrated Newswire


2010 World Equestrian Games

Georgetown equine expo to run during WEG
There will be hundreds of equine-related vendors, a nightly performance featuring a famous 3,000-pound buffalo, educational seminars and equine art at the new Equine Expo this fall in Georgetown. From The Lexington Herald-Leader. Read more >>

Equestrian Games a chance to showcase tourism
The World Equestrian Games may be set in Lexington, but tourism leaders in Richmond and Berea already are looking for ways to attract visitors to the area. From The Richmond Register. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Equestrian clinic in Wellington warns owners to check who is buying a horse
Treat your horse humanely. And if you don’t want it anymore, be responsible about where it ends up. From The Palm Beach Post. Read more >>

In Other News

After campaigning for Obama, Sheryl Crow at odds over his administration’s wild-horse plan
Sheryl Crow has spoken out against the war in Iraq and in support of embryonic stem-cell research and efforts to combat global warming. From The Canadian Press. Read more >>

Discovery of horse skeleton in West Marin starts quest for identity
It’s been more than 35 years, but Lesley-Ann Van Deren has never stopped thinking about the horse she lost while growing up in Mill Valley. From The Marin Independent Journal. Read more >>

Wild horse and burro adoption set
For qualified individuals, a unique opportunity to care for and own animals considered “living legends” of American history and the Old West is coming to Coffee County. From Read more >>

Expert on equine disaster situations to speak at UW-Madison
The University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine continuing education program will host the 21st annual seminar “Horse Emergencies: Being Prepared During Disaster Situations” on Saturday, Feb. 20. From The University of Wisconsin. Read more >>

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