HorseChannel Newswire


    Australians Request $1.5m from Local Government to Save Bid for Gold
    The gold medal chances of Australia’s Olympic three-day-event team for Beijing rest in the hands of rookie federal Sports Minister Kate Ellis in the wake of the equine influenza crisis, from USEA. Read more >>

    Equestrienne dies Sat. from collision that killed her horse Thurs.
    A Southeast Side, Ariz., woman struck by a pickup Thursday as she rode a horse across South Harrison Road has died, a Tucson police spokesman said Monday, from the Tucson Citizen. Read more >>

    Save our horses (SOHO) fund established in Kentucky
    In an effort to support the needs of unwanted, abused, and neglected horses the Kentucky Horse Council (KHC) announced today a new way to donate funds to promote the health and welfare of all horses in Kentucky, from the Kentucky Horse Park. Read more >>

    Horse owners face almost 10% jump in cost of hay
    The drought has made it tough enough to find hay at a good price, from WBIR. Read more >>

    Plaintiffs seek auction of partial ownership of Curlin
    More than 400 people want to cash in on Curlin in a move that could put partial ownership of the Preakness and Breeders’ Cup Classic Champion on the sheriff’s auction block, from USAToday. Read more >>

    AQHA’S Educational Judging Seminar
    Make plans now to attend the annual AQHA Judging Seminar, March 24-26, 2008, to learn about the latest judging techniques, review new and updated rules and ask your showing questions to the top industry professionals representing all show segments, from the AQHA. Read more >>

    Herdsmen show off horse skills
    Herdsmen round up horses during a show as part of the Horse Cultural Festival held on the Xi Ujimqin grassland in Xilin Gol, North China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, January 7, 2008, from China Daily. Read more >>


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