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Prods force horses to buck at Tucson Rodeo
The annual Fiesta de los Vaqueros Rodeo has been a Tucson tradition since 1925, from KVOA. Read more >>

Queensland ends horse flu ‘red zones’
Queensland, Australia has moved a step closer to becoming free of horse flu with the end of the “red zone” from Wednesday, from Yahoo. Read more >>

Horses Left to Die Behind Texas Station
Two starving horses, abandoned, locked in a horse trailer and left for dead were discovered late last week on vacant property behind Texas Station in Las Vegas, from KLAS-TV. Read more >>

Horse industry backing on ballot
A referendum to extend the Horse Industry Promotion Assessment in North Carolina, which assesses $2 per ton of feed sold to fund programs administered by the Horse Council, will be held next month, from the News Observer. Read more >>

Western riding to receive extra support from the British Equestrian Federation
Western riders are being offered access to improved facilities and training via the British Equestrian Federation (BEF), putting them on an equal footing with disciplines such as dressage and show jumping. Read more >>

Thank You for the Coffee, Ma’am. Your Tip Is at the Stable.
As a widowed waitress struggling to make ends meet, A. D. Carrol has received some good tips over the years, from The New York Times. Read more >>

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