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2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games

Do you have a Horse for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Your Barn?
The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) will field a Para-Equestrian Dressage Team for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG), and for the first time this world championship will be run concurrently with the seven other FEI disciplines. From USEF. Read more >>

Fund shortfall for Equestrian Games
With the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky only seven months away, national federations in several countries are feeling stress over trying to fund the riders qualified to attend. From Weekly Times Now. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Augusta Veterinarians Caring For Horses
Veterinarians call it one of the worst abuse cases they’ve seen. From NBC29. Read more >>

Clinton Horse Farm Comes Under State Scrutiny
A horse farm in Clinton is attracting attention from neighbors, members of Maine’s horse and rider community and state animal welfare agents, who say they are working with the owners on a plan to ensure adequate care. From MPBN. Read more >>

Horse Protection Bill Advances
A Kentucky House committee has approved a bill aimed at creating a state board to oversee health and safety issues for the many breeds of horses in Kentucky. From WJTV. Read more >>

In Other News

Horse protest planned for Obama visit
Wild horse advocates plan a protest this week during a visit by US President Barack Obama to Nevada. From Horsetalk. Read more >>

Horse owners try to corral Oklahoma lawmakers on dental care
About 100 horse owners and ranchers fanned out through the state Capitol halls Tuesday to urge legislators to support legislation that would allow them to choose who provides dental care to their horses. From The Oklahoman. Read more >>

BLM hosting wild horse adoption event
The federal Bureau of Land Management says it plans to allow people to adopt wild horses at reduced fees at an event in Carson City. From The Las Vegas Sun. Read more >>

DSU Sued Over Decision To Cut Equestrian Team
A Canadian teenager who signed a letter of intent with Delaware State University is suing over the school’s decision to eliminate its women’s equestrian team. From WJZ. Read more >>

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