Horse Illustrated Newswire


Equestrian Sport

British showjumping seeks new performance manager
British showjumping is advertising for a new squad performance manager following the GB team’s poor showing last year. From BBC Sport. Read more >>

Bloomberg wins opener at Equestrian Winter Festival
Winning the first jumper event of the FTI Winter Equestrian Festival was a confidence builder for Georgina Bloomberg. From The Sun-Sentinel. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

At home on the range
Since Spanish conquistadors brought horses to the American continent four centuries ago, the majestic animals that once roamed wild on our nation’s great prairies have endured dramatic changes in the American landscape. From The LA Times. Read more >>

Racing News

First foal for Curlin, twice U.S. horse of the year, born in Kentucky
Curlin, twice the horse of the year in the U.S., has produced his first foal. From The Canadian Press. Read more >>

In Other News

Saddle-trained horses up for adoption
The Bureau of Land Management, the Nevada Department of Agriculture and the Nevada Department of Corrections invite horse lovers and the general public to a special horse adoption event in Carson City on Feb. 13. From The Nevada Appeal. Read more >>

Delaware State equestrian team may ride to court
There is a place for a women’s equestrian team at Delaware State University, its members said Thursday, one day after the school announced it was eliminating the program to cut costs. From Delaware Online. Read more >>

Equine club aims to conserve the Sindhi horse
In a move to conserve the indigenous Sindhi horse breed that is on the verge of becoming endangered, the ‘Sindhi Horse Lovers Club’ has been formed by the Indus Foundation, a non-governmental organisation working in Tando Allah Yar. From The International News. Read more >>

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