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Kraut and Cedric Remain Untouchable in USEF Selection Trials for Show Jumping
As Cedric and Laura Kraut jumped the final fence of the fifth leg of the USEF Selection Trials for Show Jumping they cleared another hurdle toward the USEF Short List for Show Jumping which is one step closer to a trip to the 2008 Olympic Games, from the USEF. Read more >>

Hay prices contributing to horse caretakers’ lack of means
Equine groups say many factors have combined to put horse owners in a financial bind in many parts of the country this winter, from Read more >>

Horse community torn over reports of neglect
Lori Neagle, executive director of the Kentucky Equine Humane Center, a horse rescue facility in Nicholasville, Ky., got a call from a man desperately seeking a home for 50 Appaloosa horses that he couldn’t afford to feed anymore, from The Philadelphia Inquirer. Read more >>

U.S Riders Romp in the $75,000 FEI Nations Cup presented by CN
Nine teams contested the $75,000 FEI Nations Cup CSIO 5**** presented by CN on March 7 at a festive Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington, FL, from the USEF. Read more >>

Horse owner may face ban
Starving animals bring international attention, from CNews/Canada.

Barn fire likely caused by lightning kills 5 horses
Lightning from a passing thunderstorm was suspected of igniting a barn fire south of Dallas, Texas, that killed five horses Monday, from The Dallas Morning News. Read more >>

Manure Disposal a Large Problem for Horse Stables across L.A.
San Fernando Valley stable owners once were able to send horse manure to local nurseries or compost yards, from MyFoxLA. Read more >>

3-Year-Old Recovering After Horse Kick
Doctors implant 4 metal plates, 120 screws in boy’s head, from WYFF4. Read more >>

Durham man seeking zoning change for horse crematory
A Durham, Ct., man is seeking a zoning change to build a horse crematory in the town’s industrial park, from The Boston Globe. Read more >>


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