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PETA urges Laden’s son to cancel horse race
The head of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) on Monday urged Omar Osama bin Laden, the estranged son of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, to cancel plans for a gruelling horse race across the Sahara desert as a way to promote peace, from the Khaleej Times. Read more >>

Riders sue man over horse trail
Historic use establishes public access, groups say, from The Herald. Read more >>

Horse doc in drug flap
A veterinarian who performed medical procedures on horses at a Westchester stable has lost his license following a state probe into allegations he failed to disclose his drug abuse, from the New York Post. Read more >>

With so many horses, Pennsylvania makes more hay
Just as New Jersey grows less, rising equine population is pushing up demand, from The Morning Call. Read more >>

Successful Florida Winter Shows
Gulf Coast, Gold Coast and Fox Lea Farm circuits saw great turn out, from the AQHA. Read more >>

Noble war horse noted
Bob MacAvoy has scoured New Jersey cemeteries and pages of history to document graves of Civil War soldiers, from The Star-Ledger. Read more >>

Exhibitions West opening reception at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum – February 8, 2008
Exhibitions West will open during a reception held on February 8, 2008 from 6 pm – 8 pm, at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum® in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, from the National Cowboy Museum. Read more >>

Cowboys prize highly regarded steer wrestling horse
The cowboys like to talk about his skills, his competitive nature and his intelligence, from The Express-News. Read more >>


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