The HorseChannel Newswire
Updated: 12-27-2007


1 of 3 crash victims was acclaimed horse trainer
One of the three people killed Sunday afternoon in a traffic accident on I-70 in eastern Hancock County, Ind., was a horse trainer who had more wins — 9,445 — than any other horse trainer in thoroughbred history, from the Indy Star. Read More >>

Horse flu headed for eradication

The equine flu epidemic should be eliminated altogether in Australia in 2008, according to federal Agriculture Minister Tony Burke, from the Herald Sun. Read More >>

Child Airlifted After Kick To Head From Family Horse

A Marion County, Fla., Fire Rescue official says a boy is in stable condition today after a horse kicked him in the head, from First Coast News. Read More >>

119th Rose Parade to Be Broadcast Live on Nine Networks in U.S.A.
USET Foundation Squad of Olympians are #47 out of 90 Parade Groups
The 119th Rose Parade in Pasadena, California, on January 1, 2008, will be broadcast live by nine networks in the United States: ABC, NBC, HGTV, Tribune, Univision, Telemundo, Travel Channel, Discovery HD Theater, and Sky Link TV, from Phelps Media Group. Read More >>

Archaeologists unearth ancient horse tooth, thousands of rare pieces in Yemen

Archaeologists have discovered an ancient horse tooth, apart from a thousand of rare pieces during excavations at the area of Khamis Bani Sa’ad in Tehama district of Hodeidah province, Yemen, from Yahoo. Read More >> Year End Dressage Awards Ballots Open Through December 31, 2007

Vote for Top Ranked U.S. Dressage Horses and Riders is pleased to announce that voting in the first annual Year End Awards for Dressage is now in progress, from Phelps Media Group. Read More >>

Boy learns perseverance as he fights for horse
We’re always told to never give up, and this Christmas, an 11-year-old boy is celebrating that life lesson as he campaigns for the right to keep a miniature horse on the family’s property, from KVOA. Read More >>

Review: ‘The Water Horse’ a heartwarming family movie

Even with its subtitle “Legend of the Deep,” the name is misleading, from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Read More >>


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