Horse Illustrated Newswire


Equestrian Sport

F.A.C.E Vaulters Dominate USEF Selection Trial
The race is on! For the first time this year, the five vaulting teams declared for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games met in competition. From USEF. Read more >>

Equine Welfare

An Offer for Stable’s Horses, but Not the Stable
As a family-operated carriage-horse stable in Hell’s Kitchen scrambled to fend off eviction from the city, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and another nonprofit stepped forward to offer to find homes for the horses — outside of the horse-carriage industry. From The New York Times. Read more >>

In Other News

Callers report a horse on the loose on North Street
Danbury police say they received two calls Thursday afternoon from people saying there was a horse “roaming loose” on North Street, a typically busy artery leading to Main Street. From News Times. Read more >>

Horse owners’ goal: A stable experience
A stable in West Glenville wants to show visitors how horses can help them discover more about themselves. From The Times Union. Read more >>

For animals, an adjustment
Both hands planted firmly on Jude’s hindquarters, Matthew Cooper applied pressure to the horse’s pelvic region, a chiropractic technique known as motion palpation. From The Boston Globe. Read more >>

Breyer® to Unveil New “Sapphire” Model Horse at Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Shows
Breyer Animal Creations® is excited to announce that it will be unveiling its newest creation, a portrait model of the Belgian show jumper mare Sapphire at the 2010 Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Shows. From Breyer Horses. Read more >>

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