Horse Illustrated Newswire


Equine Welfare

Some gray mares find happy trails
An old gray mare named Keystone Wallis is living quietly and happily at Fair Winds Farm in Cream Ridge, N.J. From The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Read more >>

31 starving horses rescued near Oak Harbor
Even with the blankets on, it’s clear the horses are in rough shape. From The Sandusky Register. Read more >>

New requirements set to bite American horse slaughter trade
America’s horse slaughter trade faces a massive hurdle as Canada takes the first steps in complying with tough new European Union rules, effective from July 31. From Horsetalk. Read more >>

In Other News

EquiFest of Kansas 2010: Equine entertainment, education and excitement
Exhilarating equine entertainment, a terrific trade show and first-class clinicians, will highlight EquiFest of Kansas 2010. From The High Plains Journal. Read more >>

Will Super Bowl Spot Become a Horse of a Different Color?
The maker of Budweiser beer is having second thoughts about a decision to run commercials during Super Bowl XLIV that would not feature the brand’s familiar Clydesdales. From The New York Times. Read more >>

Autistic girl to get another round of horse therapy
Ten-year-old Alexis Diaz cannot talk, bathe or feed herself because of her severe autism. From The Dallas News. Read more >>

Cash-strapped San Diego set to sell police horses and tack
The police horses that have patrolled San Diego’s Balboa Park are being sold at an online auction. From The Los Angeles Times. Read more >>

Saddle up for the Equine Affaire
Hey, horse fans, there’s an event coming up that might be worth galloping over to and checking out. From The San Bernadino Sun. Read more >>

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