HorseChannel Newswire


Horse and Buggy Goes Wild Causing Fatal Crash At Local Event
As six people were taking a horse and buggy ride around the Victorian Christmas festival in Thomasville, Fla., the horse suddenly became spooked bucking the driver off, from WCTV. Read more >>

Unbridled ‘bribery’
The owner of a carriage horse that died in a bizarre accident in Central Park has been arrested on charges of paying $100 to an undercover investigator to overlook violations at his stable, authorities said yesterday, from the New York Post. Read more >>

124th National Horse Show and Family Festival Wrap-Up
The 124th National Horse Show and Family Festival held hunter, jumper and dressage competition this year from December 5-9, 2007, at the Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Center in Wellington, Fla., from the USEF. Read more >>

Provost Wins Inaugural 2008 United States Hunter Jumper Association International Hunter Derby Class
Tammy Provost of Zionsville, IN, won the inaugural 2008 United States Hunter Jumper Association (USHJA) International Hunter Derby Class on Friday, December 7, at the Lake St. Louis Holiday Series, in Lake St. Louis, MO, managed by Tommy McIntyre, from the USEF. Read more >>

Green class changes
The AQHA Executive Committee has to make difficult decisions to balance the needs of owners, breeders and exhibitors against the long-term future of the American Quarter Horse, from the AQHA. Read more >>

NickerNetwork Announces Initial Channel and Program LineUp for December 15th Launch
Nicker Communications has set the initial program lineup for the December 15th launch of its online, on-demand equestrian television network, from American Horse Publications. Read  more >>

“Water Horse” a surprise winner
Family films that won’t make adults gag are always in short supply, so a pleasing British fantasy, “The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep,” is a welcome addition to the holiday season, from Yahoo. Read more >>

Horse Show Couple Receives Help From Competitors
A family who was the victim of that fire destroyed its horse show business is being helped by the community in a few creative ways, from WSMV. Read more >>

Peers ride to the rescue for horse-loving woman
Paula Coddington was caring for a friend’s sick horse when it kicked her in the head, shattering the right side of her face, from the Herald Tribune. Read more >>




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