Documentary – “What About the Horse?” Questions Public Awareness
Voluntary Instinct Productions’ documentary entitled “What About the Horse?” explores Land Development and the fate and exploitation of wild and domestic Horses in North America, from PRWeb. Read more >>

Mark Todd in bid for Beijing Olympics
Eight years after retiring as the most successful individual eventer in equestrian history, New Zealand’s Mark Todd is poised for a return to the three-day international arena, from Horse Talk. Read more >>

USEF Names Capt. Mark Phillips and Melanie Smith-Taylor 2007 Coaches of the Year
Two important individuals made huge contributions to the success of the United States Equestrian Federation’s international riders in 2007, from the USEF. Read more >>

Winsome Adante to be Honored in Official Retirement Ceremony at the 2008 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event Presented by Farnam
The only three-time winner of the CCI**** at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, Eventing legend Winsome Adante will grace the Sheila C. Johnson Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington one final time, from the USEF. Read more >>

European endurance champion loses title for medication offence
Open European endurance champion Mubarak Khalifa bin Shafya has been stripped of his title after his horse Zakah Zahara tested positive for a banned substance at the championships in Portugal last September, from Horse and Hound. Read more >>

Horse Owners Hit Back At Pink
Pop star Pink has been accusing New York carriage drivers of abusing their horses, from Soundbuzz. Read more >>

Cutting Horse Rider Battling Breast Cancer
When Linda Blackmon chose to compete at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, she had no idea what she would be going through or how much of an inspiration she’d become to others, from CBS11TV. Read more >>

Milford, N.H., barn fire believed to be electrical
A fire on Monday night that killed a horse and destroyed a barn was likely “electrical in nature,” said lead fire department investigator, Capt. Jason Smedick, from The Nashua Telegraph. Read more >>

Judge Refuses To Order Horse’s Auction
A judge refused to force an auction of an ownership stake in Horse of the Year Curlin, saying the request had been made too soon, from WLWT. Read more >>

Living Legend and Show Jumping Trainer Extraordinaire George Morris Joins Equestrian Idol Judging Panel on February 9th
Regarded among the smallest circle of individuals who have had (and continues to have) an immeasurable impact on the equestrian sport, U.S. Show Jumping Chef d’ Equipe George H. Morris will join the Equestrian Idol Judging Panel as Celebrity Judge on February 9, 2008 at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Florida, from Phelps Media Group. Read more >>

A horse for sale among ‘good things to eat’? Nay!
Kristen DeGroat wants to make one thing clear: Her horse is not on the menu, from the Saginaw News. Read more >>


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