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Quarantine Concerns Woodside Horse Park Boarders

Concerns over EHM Quarantine at California's Horse Park at Woodside

Horse owners frustrated by a lack of communication aired concerns about an equine disease quarantine at a busy San Mateo County Horse Park. ...
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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 horse slaughter. The state's law prohibits the possession or sale of horses with the intent...
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Traveling Sisterhood of Breeches - Kasper Sisters

Sisterhood of the Traveling Breeches

For the past three years, I've been ringside with my sister, McKenzie, coaching her at home and during show jumping competitions. So, how did we get here? ...
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Is your horse's feed safe?

Horse Feed Contaminated with Monensin: FDA Warning Letters

Two feed mills reportedly contaminated horse feed with monensin which led to at least six horses' deaths. The FDA issued both companies Warning Letters. Is your horse's feed safe? Get the full scoop. ...
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EIA in Alberta Canada

Equine Disease Alerts: October

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) confirms an Alberta horse is positive with Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA). ...
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Evan Coluccio Suspension USEF Horse Green Status

Evan Coluccio Gets USEF Suspension for Changing Horse's Identity

Virginia hunter/jumper professional Evan Coluccio must bid the rated horse show life adieu for six months. The U.S. Equestrian Federation states it suspended the EMC International Stables owner for the misrepresentati...
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American Horse Council Staff Member Ashley Furst is accused of stealing $588K

$588K+ Stolen from American Horse Council: Suit

The American Horse Council, Inc. and its Foundation filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of Colorado against its former communications director Ashley Furst and her husband, Christopher. ...
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So, is a second Weld County, Colorado EIA positive horse related to the kill pen's EIA positive horse? Find out at

EIA in Second Horse Leads to Another Colorado Quarantine

The Colorado state veterinarian confirms another Weld County horse tested positive for Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA). ...
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What are the symptoms of equine herpes myeloencephalopathy (EHM)?

Equine Disease Alerts: September

Get the latest equine disease alerts happening in September including the tracking of Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) after our recent Colorado kill pen EIA exclusive as well as EHM cases, and equine rabies!...
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How Mental Resilience Enhances Horse Riding Success

How Mental Resilience Leads to Horse Riding Success

Some riders (and horses) are more naturally talented and possess a mental resilience. Despite both, every equestrian has struggled with something along their horse riding journey....
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Oregon Horse Sues Former Animal Abuser for $100K

Oregon Judge Says WHOA to Horse's Lawsuit: Update

An Oregon judge dismissed a $100,000 lawsuit filed in the name of a formerly maltreated horse, finding that animals don't have the right to sue....
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Are you ready for horse ownership? 3 Questions

Are You Ready for Horse Ownership? 3 Considerations

There are a lot of moving parts to horse ownership. If your head doesn't join forces with your heart on this decision, it could end up being your worst nightmare instead of the realization of your fondest dream. ...
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Colorado Fabrizius Livestock aka Fabrizius Kill Pen Exposes 240 to EIA Positive Horse

240 Horses Exposed to Deadly EIA from Colorado Kill Pen, 100 Shipped Nationwide

Details emerge as Colorado investigates the location of 240 horses exposed to deadly EIA. Did you buy a horse or was it transported with a kill pen horse? Click for complete details. ...
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Jeanne Ryan MAX Jail Sentence and NO animal ownership for 15 years in New York animal cruelty case

Horses' Deaths Land Max Jail Sentence in New York Animal Cruelty Case

A New York Judge sentenced a Welsh Pony breeder to the maximum sentence of two years jail. It comes after the court found Jeanne Ryan, 52, of Goshen guilty of 20 counts of animal cruelty last month which stem from her...
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The friendly skies where the equine athlete's welfare, comfort, and well-being are top priorities. 

550 horses Fly to U.S. for Big Equestrian Competition

The friendly skies are where the equine athlete's welfare, comfort, and well-being are top priorities. That's because 550 of the world’s top equine athletes are arriving by air to small-town North Carolina for big-time c...
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Gilman Co-Op Creamery Minnesota - 6 Horse Deaths from Monensin Contaminated Feed: FDA

6 Horse Deaths from Monensin Contaminated Feed: FDA

A single farm took delivery of the custom horse feed in early June. One horse was unable to stand the same day the farm began feeding Gilman's custom ordered horse feed. Due to the horse's decline, the farm's veterinarian...
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Horsemen’s Tack Employee Guilty of Conspiracy to Distribute Misbranded RX Horse Drugs

Horsemen’s Tack Employee Guilty of Conspiracy to Distribute Misbranded RX Horse Drugs

An employee of Horsemen's Tack, Inc. pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute misbranded prescription horse drugs. ...
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Contacting your equine insurance company in an emergency is always a condition of coverage. Failure to report your horse's illness or injury can cause your horse's policy to become null and void. Notifying the insurance company of a problem does not force you to make a claim. It simply makes the insurance company aware of a potential problem.

Maintaining Your Equine Insurance Policy

Contacting your equine insurance company in an emergency is always a condition of coverage. Failure to report your horse's illness or injury can cause your horse's policy to become null and void. Notifying the insurance co...
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Horse & Rider: Go from Ordinary to Extraordinary

3 Commitments Every Great Horse Rider Makes

Most of my riding students may look like ordinary riders with ordinary horses. What makes them exceptional? And, how can you do the same? Find out here... ...
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Power of perception in horses

When you change the way you look at things...

American philosopher and self-help author Dr. Wayne Dyer said, "When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change." As midlife riders, a lot goes into how we look at things or mental power. ...
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Equine Microchip Look-up Tool Streamlining horse identification with microchipping look up tool

Universal Equine Microchip Look-Up Tool being Developed

Therefore, a universal look-up tool could streamline horse identification worldwide with equine industry cooperation. So, no matter where the horse originated or the horse's breed, a quick search would allow users to identi...
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Don't Trust, Verify with Certified Background Checks

Don't Trust, Verify Like a Boss

Ryerss Farm for Aged Equines knows the sting of losing more than $45,000 after a bad hire. The organization learned the hard way, choose the smart solution with due diligence using background checks. President Samuel Gri...
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Perfectly preserved 40,000-year-old horse found in Siberia, scientists say

40,000 Year Old Horse Preserved by Ice Age: Scientists

Scientists unearthed a baby horse that they say lived 40,000 years ago in Siberia. A joint expedition by scientists from Russia and Japan led to the treasure. Researchers estimate the foal was three-months-old when it d...
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Rita Crundwell stole $53 million from Dixon, IL and no one noticed.

Rita Crundwell Makes Netflix Debut

The documentary's filmmaker Kelly Richmond Pope, Ph.D., CPA, is a forensic accounting expert. She began interviewing people immediately after Crundwell’s April 2012 arrest and firing....
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Set goals then ride to victory

How to Enjoy Your Equestrian Journey [Even When it Sucks]

For us, as equestrians, we are challenged daily as students learning the art of equestrianism since we are never done learning. Although we may eventually become really good riders or horse trainers, there’s no such thing...
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