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Galway Downs Three-Day Event Wrap-Up
Even though she had a comfortable lead going into the final phase at the Adequan United States Eventing Association Gold Cup Galway Downs CIC*** in Temecula, CA, Gina Miles wanted to give McKinlaigh a good solid round since their next event will be the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** at the end of April, from the USEF. Read more >>

Qualifying for 2008 Adequan/USEF National Open Reining Championship in Full Swing
Qualifying for the 2008 Adequan/USEF National Open Reining Championship presented by Equine Motorcoach is well under way, from the USEF. Read more >>

Reiners to Qualify for North American Junior/Young Rider Championships at NRHA Derby
U.S. Young Reining Riders are taking the first steps towards international competition, from the USEF. Read more >>

$400,000 Weekend of Jumpers and Hunters Draw Big Crowds to Winter Equestrian Festival
With more than $400,000 in prize money in 24 hours of jumping and hunter competition, huge crowds packed a celebration of the CN Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) presented by Zimmerman Advertising at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center, from the USEF. Read more >>

Collecting Gaits Farm/USEF Dressage Festival of Champions to host USEF Selection Trials for Dressage
Continuing the successful partnership that delivered a host of dressage championships last year for the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF), Collecting Gaits Farm renew their commitment to dressage as the title sponsor of the 2008 Collecting Gaits Farm/USEF Dressage Festival of Champions. To be held in San Juan Capistrano, CA on two separate weekends, June 20-22 and June 27-29, this year the Dressage Festival of Champions will also serve as the USEF Selection Trials for the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team in Dressage, from the USEF. Read more >>

Date set for Dutch event rider Madeleine Brugman’s FEI hearing
The case of the alleged abuse of the horse Sundancer 6 ridden by Madeleine Brugman at CCI 3* Barroca d’Alva Portugal in March this year is currently under investigation by the FEI Legal Department, from Horse and Hound. Read more >>

American Saddlebred Horse Association/United States Pony Club Awards Program Open to All Levels
The American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA) is pleased to sponsor the American Saddlebred Horse Association/United States Pony Club (USPC) Awards Program for Pony Club members who participate in Pony Club activities on their registered American Saddlebred or Half-Saddlebred horse, from the USEF. Read more >>

Battling to Retain a Touch of the 19th Century
Follow the faint odor of all things equine to the double set of garage doors at 522 West 45th Street, from The New York Times. Read more >>

‘Recognise it, report it’ call at National Equine Forum on African Horse Sickness
The forthcoming Olympics, plus the launch of the long-awaited National Equine Database (NED) – and even the Princess Royal – were highlights of the National Equine Forum, London – but it was the looming spectre of African Horse Sickness which dominated the discussions, from Farmers Guardian. Read more >>

City Forces Man To Get Rid Of Miniature Horse
A man is upset the city forced him to get rid of his miniature horse, from KMBC. Read more >>

Horse suits continue at Eastchester, N.Y., equestrian center over unlicensed vet
An equine owner says she was wronged by a California Road riding center that used unlicensed veterinarians to vaccinate and test horses for disease, from The Journal News. Read more >>

Horse Stranded on Cliff in Belmont County, Ohio
Belmont County officials have an unusual case on their hands, from The State Journal. Read more >>

Emergency Preparedness Seminars
A series of seminars on emergency preparedness for horse owners will be presented in May by the Virginia Cooperative Extension, local fire and rescue officials, and the Frederick County Equine Network, from The Winchester Star. Read more >>

Keeping the legend alive
They shared a strong bond with their four-legged friends both in war and peace more than 100 years ago, and today, the legacy of Australia’s Light Horse troops lives on in the Hawkesbury thanks to a keen horse-rider and history lover, from the Hawkesbury Gazette. Read more >>

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