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Equestrian Sport

Sweden bids for 2018 WEGs
Earlier today Gothenburg, Sweden entered the running for the 2018 World Equestrian Games.  Goethenburg will be competing with Wellington, FL and whichever other cities enter their names for consideration over the next few months. From Eventing Nation. Read more >>

In Other News

A Horse of a Different Color: Equestrian “Circus” Comes to Town
New Yorkers may think they’ve seen everything, but they haven’t seen the pageantry, acrobatics and equestrian tricks of Cavalia, yet. From NBC New York. Read more >>

Cull delayed, but fate of 5000 brumbies in balance
Wild horse advocates welcome a delay to plans to truck up to 5000 animals from the Kimberley region to slaughter, but warn the fate of the horses is uncertain. From Horsetalk. Read more >>

Halter Meetings Lead to Positive Changes
On May 25, the World Conformation Horse Association announced improvements and changes to rules governing halter exhibitors, which are the result of a January 2010 meeting between the WCHA board of directors leaders from the American Quarter Horse Association. From AQHA. Read more >>

Horseback choreography
There’s a new dance team in town. Rather than performing on a stage on their own two feet, however, the venue of choice for this group is a grassy arena with more than a little help from their four-legged friends. From Read more >>

Tornado takes pair of horses on wild ride
You’ve no doubt heard the expression “when pigs fly.” Well there’s a new twist on the old saying after the tornado in Fulton County scooped a pair of horses out of their pasture and flung them into a neighbor’s swimming pool. From ABC Local. Read more >>

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