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Equine Welfare

Kentucky house approves Equine Health and Welfare Bill
The Kentucky House of Representatives approved the Equine Health and Welfare Bill, which and now awaits the signature of Gov. Steve Beshear. From Thoroughbred Times. Read more >>

Missouri lawmakers say yes to horse slaughterhouses but no to honoring Lewis and Clark’s dog
It may be the Show-Me state but Missouri representatives apparently saw too much email from activist Brenda Shoss and the group Kinship Circle. From LA Times. Read more >>

Judge rules search legal in horse abuse case
An Ottawa County judge has determined that a search of an Oak Harbor farm that revealed dozens of starving horses was, in fact, legal. From Toledo on the Move. Read more >>

In Other News

Equine Job Fair seeks participants
The Harness Racing museum, together with The United States Trotting Association, will hold the second annual Equine Job Fair from 5 to 8 p.m on Wednesday, April 28, at the museum. From The Chronicle. Read more >>

Blind horse makes splash in neighbor’s pool
It was not something a homeowner would expect to see in the swimming pool, even in Florida. From Florida Today. Read more >>

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