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Investigation into allegations that eventer used spiked boots at Barocca d’Alva
The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has launched an investigation into allegations that Dutch eventer Madeleine Brugman used spiked boots in the warm-up to the show jumping phase at Barocca d’Alva in Portugal last week, from Horse and Hound. Read more >>

National Horse Show moving to Syracuse; new show for Wellington
After six years in town, the National Horse Show — which kicks off the Wellington, Fla., equestrian season — is leaving, from the Sun-Sentinel. Read more >>

John Henry’s legend celebrated
As John Henry’s fans remembered him yesterday with unabashed emotion, it was almost as if the great racehorse were still alive and well at the Kentucky Horse Park, from the Lexington Herald-Leader. Read more >>

Storm damages horse shelter
Fierce winds Saturday night blew off part of a barn roof sheltering two elderly, blind horses living at a horse rescue, from the FrederickNewsPost. Read more >>

Dead Horse Odor Angers Neighbors
It was hard to see the rotting carcass at first, from TBO.com. Read more >>

Topless club lends hand to help horses
A horse rescue charity and a topless club join forces this weekend in an unusual pairing aimed at raising money to care for horses, from AZCentral.com. Read more >>

History of the Triple Crown video on ThoroughbredTimes.com
An eight-minute online video documentary chronicling the rich history of the Triple Crown and the 11 champions that have laid claim to racing’s most prized jewel is now available on ThoroughbredTimes.com, from AHP. Read more >>

Lexington, KY, Spa at Griffin Gate Resort Features Packages Perfect for Horse Lovers Headed to Keeneland’s 2008 Spring Meet
New spa at Kentucky resort offers three packages created for equine enthusiasts in need of a little rest, relaxation, and rejuvenation, from Hospitality.net. Read more >>

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