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CBD Positives in Horses Will Result in Drug Penalties: USEF

Hay! CBD Not for Horses, USEF Warns

US Equestrian warns horse owners that CBD positives will result in equine drug violations this fall. ...
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22 horses die on Santa Anita racetrack

Los Angeles DA Investigates 22 Horse Deaths at Santa Anita Racetrack

Racing continues March 29 The Los Angeles District Attorney's Office is investigating 22 horse deaths at Santa Anita Park in Cal...
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wild horse adoption

Wild Horse Sales for Slaughter Breaks Law: California AG

California's top lawyer urges U.S. Forestry officials to rethink a decision that could put some wild horses at risk of going to hors...
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Did Tara Sanders shoot Platinum Ticket?

Platinum Ticket: 80K American Horses Shipped to Slaughter [VIDEO]

When the film begins, the gray Thoroughbred finds himself injured and emaciated, at a low-end auction, although the viewer gets insigh...
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Johnson & Johnson Heir Focus of USEF Investigation - VIDEO

UPDATE: Johnson & Johnson Heiress Suspended by USEF for Bad Behavior

USEF investigates Johnson & Johnson heiress Jazz Johnson-Merton. See the video of her attempt to kick her horse in the stomach du...
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Harvey Flood Horses Headed to Auction

Harvey Flood Horses Headed to Auction

How you can help Horses saved from rising floodwaters after Hurricane Harvey last month remain unclaimed by their owners. As a resu...
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Harvey Flood Horses Headed to Auction

Hurricane Harvey Horses Endure as Irma Eyes Florida

Horse farms accepting evacuees from Florida [click the link to see available stabling for Florida horses] may require a current nega...
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Tiny Horse Makes Big Recovery after Leg Amputation

Tiny Horse Makes Big Recovery after Leg Amputation

Destiny Pogo A tiny horse makes a remarkable recovery after a traumatic dog attack. The miniature horse Pogo completed his rehab...
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The United States Equestrian Association will not reinstate a member who kills a horse under new horse welfare penalty guidelines, whether it was intentional or not. The United States Equestrian Association will not reinstate a member who kills a horse under new horse welfare penalty guidelines, whether it was intentional or not.

'Horse Killing' Means No Reinstatement for USEF Members UPDATE

The United States Equestrian Association will not reinstate a member who kills a horse under new horse welfare penalty guidelines, w...
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Horse Helps Inmate's Hunger for Change

Horse Helps Inmate's Hunger for Change

A Mustang helps an inmate change his life by breaking the criminal cycle at the Wild Horse Program at Rio Cosumnes Correctional Ce...
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House Committee Approves Killing Wild Horses

The House Appropriations Committee voted to remove language banning the killing of healthy wild horses by 'humane euthanization'....
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The FEI is trying to determine the best way to help grooms while improving communication with them.

Horse Grooms Initiative: FEI Working Toward 'Official Relationship'

“I am super excited about the fact that the FEI want[s] to do things to help the grooms...," said dressage groom Alan Davies....
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House Panel Lifts Horse Slaughter Ban

A House panel voted to lift the ban on horse slaughter. While the barn door is open for horse slaughter in the U.S. the measure has ...
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The case involves the alleged use of Stanozolol, an anabolic steroid.

FEI Suspends Reiner after Texas Event for Anabolic Steroid

The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) suspends reining competitor Jessica Sternberg for a prohibited substance....
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The Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act (TSOAPA) requires national governing bodies (NGB) to provide athletes with due process prior to sanctions for misconduct.

USEF Hearing Committee Suspends Glefke, Farmer for GABA

The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) announces the suspension of Larry Glefke and Kelley Farmer for a GABA violation...
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Glefke, Farmer GABA Hearing Offers 'The Rest of the Story'

Glefke, Farmer GABA Hearing Offers 'The Rest of the Story'

Horse welfare, transparency, and tougher penalties for doping violators. The words sound great. A closer look may make some wonder if...
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A necropsy found Jaeda suffered from an acute diaphragmatic hernia.

Two Horses Die over Weekend Eventing

Two event horses - Jaeda and All Aboard - died at different North American competitions over the weekend, but not due to the courses...
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It comes after the 10-year-old Irish Sport Horse Flogas Sunset Cruise died in France last October at Cagnes-sur-Mer. Irishman Vinnie Duffy and Thornton owned the horse.

FEI Tribunal: Kevin Thornton Guilty of Horse Abuse

Excessive use of whip Update June 8, 2017 The Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI) Tribunal finds Irish show jumping rider...
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Anti-Doping Authority Introduced in Horseracing Integrity Act

No doping 24 hrs before racing Lawmakers introduced the Horseracing Integrity Act of 2017 (H.R. 2651) Thursday. It would create a...
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BLM Budget Proposal Seeks to Euthanize Wild Horses

If approved, it would allow the BLM to use "humane euthanasia and [the] unrestricted sale of certain excess animals". Congress barre...
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The AQHA Executive Committee approved several recommendations submitted by the AQHA Animal Welfare Commission.

AQHA Executive Committee Approves Animal Welfare Recommendations

The American Quarter Horse Association's Executive Committee approved recommendations aimed at supporting animal welfare....
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The FEI suspended Olympic dressage rider Adrienne Lyle and Horizon last month along with Kaitlin Blythe and Don Principe. The horses tested positive for ractopamine, a beta-agonist shown to improve growth performance in pigs.

CAS Lifts Suspensions on Dressage's Horizon, Don Principe

Final decision at later date The Court of Arbitration for Sport issued a stay Monday of the Fédération Equestre Internationale...
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Elisa Wallace and Simply Priceless Yellow Card for Abuse of the Horse

Elisa Wallace Yellow Carded at Badminton

Elisa Wallace was sanctioned with a yellow card at Badminton for abuse of her horse on cross country. Watch the video and see what yo...
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FEI lifts suspension of two US Dressage riders after supplement contamination

FEI Lifts US Dressage Suspensions Due to Supplement Contamination

Adrienne Lyle, Kaitlin Blythe A company's investigation confirming a horse supplement's contamination leads to the FEI lifting the...
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Cargill identified Progressive Nutrition Soothing Pink, a horse supplement advertised to prevent gastric upset, as the culprit.

FEI Suspends US Horses, Riders for Prohibited Substances

Prohibited Substances The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) announced the suspensions of three United States horse and ...
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