HorseChannel Newswire


Winterhaven horse death brings out the best in residents
A horse that died while pulling a wagon during the debut of the Winterhaven Festival of Lights proved something big, from the Tucson Citizen. Read more >>

Girl, 11, saves horse from slaughter house
Hunter has seen his share of bad days, from The Eagle-Tribune. Read more >>

New Arabian horse group reviving open barn parties
A new Arabian horse group is reviving a Scottsdale tradition: the open barn party, from Read more >>

Tracy, Calif., woman reports attack on mini horse
A sadistic Grinch has spoiled Diane Talent’s holiday spirit during what is supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year, from Read more >>

Hay price crisis worries farmers
They are young, energetic Morgans, bay and chestnut colored, who in summer spend most of the day running and foraging in a pasture here at the University of Massachusetts horse farm., from The Republican. Read more >>

Mid-Columbia, Md., farmers hungry for hay 
Quarter horse trainer Bill Hoburg is feeding 25 mouths right now, but by February his stable will include 50 young racehorses, from the Tri-City Herald. Read more >>

Carriage tours ride into sunset

Horse-drawn trips in Nevada City to end New Year’s Eve, from The Union. Read more >>

Making a difference…
FEI chief classifier, Dr. Chris Meaden (GBR), was recently presented with the prestigious “Disability Sports Events – Lifetime Achievement Award” at a national awards ceremony held at the iconic Manchester United football ground in Great Britain, from the FEI. Read more >>


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