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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, whether it was intentional or not. ...
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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 the actions of The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) are above reproach. R...
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US Equestrian rule change depo provera - MPA

Focus on Depo-Provera and Horse Showing

What is best for the horse? Questions surrounding Depo-Provera remain after a workshop held by US Equestrian last week. The Federation is considering a possible rule change regarding the administration of compounded...
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USEF Considers Depo-Provera Rule Change

Depo-Provera Workshop The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) is considering a rule change surrounding Depo-Provera in show horses. The federation announced a workshop regarding the hormone's use for horses c...
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