Horse Illustrated Newswire


Equestrian Sport

American Endurance Ride Conference Names Hall of Fame, Pard’Ners Winners
Amid the hoopla of its annual convention last month in Reno, NV, the American Endurance Ride Conference’s (AERC) Dave Rabe was inducted into the nonprofit organization’s Hall of Fame, along with Tulip, the ultra-long distance half-Arabian gelding owned by Dr. Les Carr. From USEF. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

Senate panel backs horse welfare bill
The Senate Agriculture Committee approved a bill Thursday that would create a state board to study horse welfare issues and assist in dealing with unwanted horses in Kentucky. From The Louisville Courier-Journal. Read more >>

In Other News

Video: Horses Run Free On Highway
A wild scene in Chula Vista, California Wednesday evening (3-24-10) as nearly a dozen horses got loose and got everyone’s attention. From WKRG. Read more >>

Equestrian Vaulting Gains Fans in the Northeast
Back in 2005, when Miranda Marcantuno was 5, she attended a 4-H show here with her mother. From The NY Times. Read more >>

Horses speed healing for soldiers at NM ranch
On a ranch south of Santa Fe, Andres Lazo showed some friends the rips in a cloth cover he was wearing over his combat helmet when shrapnel from an EFP, or explosively formed projectile, tore through and hit hard enough to dent the helmet. From Las Cruces Sun-News. Read more >>

Online Survey Seeks Input Regarding Equine Infectious Disease Issues
The Department of Clinical Sciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University is conducting a study entitled Equine Infectious Disease Issues, and is seeking input from members of the equine industry. From ASHA. Read more >>

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