HorseChannel Newswire


Intense’ horse sickness hits EC
Parts of the Eastern Cape in Africa are experiencing what a state vet has described as one of the most “intense” outbreaks of the often-fatal African Horse Sickness (AHS) virus, from the Dispatch Online. Read more >>

USEF Announces Rider/Horse Combinations to Compete at the H. H. President’s Cup CEI*** Endurance Competition
The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) recently received an invitation to name three of our best Rider/Horse Combinations as candidates for participation in the H. H. The President’s Cup 160km Endurance Competition scheduled for February 16, 2008 in Abu Dhabi, from the USEF. Read more >>

Volunteers step up for Lubbock, Texas, horse hurt in pit bull attack
Pepper Jack the miniature horse came home to a clean stable earlier this week, from Lubbock Online. Read more >>

Help needed to fund emergency surgery for rescued horse
A horse that was rescued by the California wild horse sanctuary Return to Freedom nearly a year ago has taken a turn for the worse and required life-saving surgery, from The Lompoc Record. Read more >>

Owners and city government address carriage safety in Charleston, S.C.
Two horse carriage accidents last month have led company managers to act quickly to make sure employees know standard procedures to prevent another incident, from the Charleston City Paper. Read more >>

Steffen Peters to Perform “Salute to America” Musical Freestyle in Opening Ceremonies at the 2008 Challenge of the Americas
Olympic Team Bronze Medalist Steffen Peters of San Diego, CA, will ride a musical freestyle for the Opening Ceremonies of the 2008 Challenge of the Americas on March 8, at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington, FL, from Phelps Media Group.  Read more >>

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