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Tennessee Walking Horse Celebration CEO abruptly resigns
The head of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration has suddenly resigned his post a year after the event was engulfed in scandal, from the Tennessean. Read more >>

More controversy for Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration
The man who has led the premier event of the Tennessee Walking Horse world for the last two decades has left his post without explanation a year after the event was engulfed in scandal, from WBIR. >” href=”″ target=_blank href_cetemp=”″>Read more >>

Fate of Horse-Drawn Carriages in Balance
A fight over the fate of the city’s horse-drawn carriages, an enduring symbol of old New York, is descending on City Hall, with dueling bills bound for the City Council, from the New York Sun. Read more >>

Human Rights complaint filed over miniature horse
Patty Cooper “hates being inside” — so much, that the wheelchair-dependant woman has enlisted the help of a capable service animal, “Earl,” to help her get out. Earl is a yearling miniature pony that, according to Cooper, is easier to train than a dog, from The Valley Reporter. Read more >>

Excavation to start on China’s major horse-and-chariot burial
Chinese archaeologists will soon start excavations at the horse-and-chariot chamber of a tomb dating back 2,300 to 2,400 years, more than 100 years older than the tomb containing the terracotta army, from the People’s Daily Online. Read more >>

Welcome to Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
When international visitors to the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games come calling in 2010, they’ll be pleasantly surprised by a couple of things, from the FEI. Read more >>

In Memoriam: Ewen B. “Pip” Graham (CAN)
Ewen B. “Pip” Graham, who lived in Calgary, AB, and Hornby Island, BC and was a a founder and leader of equestrian sport in Canada—particularly eventing, passed away recently of natural causes, from the FEI. Read more >>

If you missed any of the reining or cutting action at the 2007 FedEx Open World Championship Show or just want to relive the championship experience, visit to see the finalists’ runs, from the AQHA. Read more >>

Created by Cecilia May Hylton in honor of her late 1982 sorrel western pleasure stallion, the Flashy Zipper Fund not only honors a great horse, but benefits the work of the American Quarter Horse Foundation, from the AQHA. Read more >>


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