Horse Illustrated Newswire


Equestrian Sport

Sylvia Rzepka wins first 2010 CRI** in Germany
The 23rd Euroclassics Pferdesport Festival 2010 (International Western Horse Show) in Bremen, Germany, included the first CRI** in Germany this year – the first important step towards the 2010 World Equestrian Games in Kentucky. From NRHA. Read more >>

Canada dominates equestrian’s Nations Cup
Canada takes pride in its mounted police, and its show jumping team did the Mounties proud Friday night in winning the $75,000 FEI Nations Cup for the fourth time in the past five years. From The Sun-Sentinel. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Not all the pretty horses come home
Spread over a couple of hundred acres here, a bucolic mix of pasture and woodland forms a picturesque home for a century-old family business that provides horses and saddlery to families, summer camps, and riding schools. From The Boston Globe. Read more >>

Racing News

Several people to face criminal charges in horse race fixing scheme
Several people are expected to face criminal charges after a investigation into an alleged scheme to fix the results of horse races at Sports Creek Raceway, Hazel Park Harness Raceway and Northville Downs. From MLive. Read more >>

In Other News

Animals teach abducted Jaycee to trust again
The young woman held captive in a garden shed in California for 18 years until last summer has been receiving therapy with horses to help her recover from her ordeal. From The Times Online. Read more >>

Guest riders can help round up horses in Three Forks, Mont.
“Plug the holes!” I hear top hand Bill Haugland bellow to the other cowboys and the 20 guest riders. From Dallas News. Read more >>

Wild-horse controversy headed to federal court on April 30
Americans were outraged two years ago when federal officials threatened to kill more than 10,000 wild mustangs running free throughout the West. From The Reno Gazette-Journal. Read more >>

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