The HorseChannel Newswire
Updated: 12/28/2007

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Miniature Horse Attacked with Darts in Tracy
A miniature horse in Tracy, Calif., is recovering after what’s being described as animal cruelty at its worst, from CBS13. Read More >>

Stewart Home School in Kentucky Vows to Restart Horse Program
Her whiskers were slightly curled, her mane short from being singed, but Tia Marie was an uplifting sight for students who lost seven other therapy horses in a fire, from the
Lexington Herald-Leader. Read More >>

Horse Shot in Harrisburg, Mo., is No Accident
A Boone County, Mo., horse was shot late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning and authorities say it was no accident, from KRCG Online.  Read More >>

Horse Quarantined After Raccoon Bite
A Standardbred racehorse was under quarantine at White Birch Farm in New Jersey on Wednesday after being bitten that morning by an apparently rabid raccoon, according to the local animal control officer, from APP.com. Read More >>

Horse ‘left in agony’
A Dingee, Australia, horse owner says she was devastated after being told a vet could not be sent to help her struggling pregnant mare without being given a credit card number, from The Advertiser. Read More >>

2008 ASPCA Maclay National Championship Will Stay at the Syracuse Invitational Sporthorse Tournament
The National Horse Show Association of America is pleased to announce that the 2008 ASPCA Maclay National Championship will be held at the 2008 Syracuse Invitational Sporthorse Tournament in Syracuse, N.Y., from Phelps Media Group. Read More >>

Horse Racing in Ocala, Fla., Should Be Big Business
The Florida Horse Park could one day have an annual economic impact as high as $63 million if it develops its facility and expands its equine schedule, from the Herald Tribune. Read More >>

Toddler Trampled by Horse Recovers at Hospital
A 3-year-old is recovering at the hospital after getting trampled by a horse, from WSVN. Read More >>

Partners Make Taste-Tested Horse Treats Online
Anney Daugherty did not like the treats with carbohydrates, starches and sugars she saw at horse feed stores, from Contra Costa Times. Read More >>

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