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FDA warns serious health effects for people exposed to Regu-mate

FDA Warns: Health Risks for People Exposed to Altrenogest

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warns that exposure when treating a horse with synthetic progesterone may cause serious health risks. The drug, marketed as Regu-mate, may cause adverse events, some of which have ...
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USEF is also raising the drugs and medication charge per horse, per show to $15 from $8.

USEF Raises Cost of Joy in Horse Sports

The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) announced it is raising membership fees $25 to $80 - along with another fee increase....
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USOC Dismisses Glefke, Farmer Complaint Against USEF

USOC dismisses a complaint brought by Larry Glefke and Kelley Farmer against the USEF due to a procedural issue....
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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.

Glefke, Farmer File USOC Complaint against USEF in GABA Dispute

Attorneys for Larry Glefke and Kelley Farmer of Lane Change Farm in Lexington filed a United States Olympic Committee (USOC) Section 10 Complaint against USEF. It alleges multiple due process violations including...
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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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horse insurance killings

USEF CEO Out

The man desiring to build equestrian sport at the grassroots level is out of the United States Equestrian Federation. The Federation announced Tuesday that Chief Executive Officer Chris Welton is leaving his position....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

ARCHIBALD COX, III and MEREDITH MATEO, Petitioners, against UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION, INC., Respondent.

Brookway Stables owner Archie Cox, of California, is challenging USEF's GABA science in a New York court. The filing comes after the USEF Hearing Committee ruled in August 2015 that Cox and his client violated F...
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

THOMAS WRIGHT and JOHN & STEPHANIE INGRAM, LLC -against- UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION, INC.

The petitioners believe USEF's decision to hold them in violation of GR410 was arbitrary and capriocious and not supported by scientific evidence. The hunter/jumper trainer and owners are seeking the court to dismiss the...
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Court Upholds Brigid Colvin's GABA Suspension

NY Appeals Court Upholds Brigid Colvin's GABA Suspension

Brigid Colvin was one of two "horse trainers" suspended after Tori Colvin's mount Inclusive, owned by Betsee Parker, tested positive for gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) at the 2014 USHJA International Hunter Derby C...
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USEF Announces Warning Regarding Calming Supplements Containing Phenibut

USEF Announces Warning Regarding Calming Supplements Containing Phenibut

The United States Equestrian Federation announced this week that Phenibut (β-phenyl gamma aminobutyric acid) is now a forbidden substance....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

Brigid Colvin v. United States Equestrian Federation, Inc.

Tori Colvin's mother, Brigid Colvin is suing the United States Equestrian Federation after she was suspended for 7 months after the horse Inclusive was found to have GABA levels higher than allowed....
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USEF Temporarily Suspends NJ Jumper Trainer Devin Ryan

USEF Temporarily Suspends NJ Jumper Trainer Devin Ryan

A New Jersey jumper trainer was kicked out of the Hampton Classic Horse Show after being accused of horse abuse. National competitor Devin Ryan, of River Run Stables, was turned into stewards by an alert schooling sup...
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Is Faulty Science to Blame for USEF GABA Ban?

Is Faulty Science to Blame for USEF GABA Ban?

The Knych Study showed no evidence to support USEF's claims that GABA calms or produces any other effects that are likely to affect a horse's show performance. Read the complete GABA study....
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USEF Halts Federation-Generated Protest Measurements in 2015

USEF Halts Federation-Generated Protest Measurements in 2015

The United States Equestrian Federation has announced a moratorium on Federation-generated protest measurements for the 2015 competition year....
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Show Jumping’s Holger Hetzel Sued for $1M-plus for Fraud

Show Jumping’s Holger Hetzel Sued for $1M-plus for Fraud, Negligence

A Florida lawsuit accuses show jumping’s Holger Hetzel of fraud, civil theft, and professional negligence. The plaintiffs are seeking more than $1 million in damages and injunctive relief for the return of one of their ...
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USEF Appoints Chris Welton as CEO

USEF Appoints Chris Welton as CEO

The United States Equestrian Federation Board of Directors voted unanimously to appoint Chris Welton as Chief Executive Officer effective June 1, 2014....
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USEF Competition

USEF: Time to Do Right By Our Horses

"We all know things are going on. Lets deal with it," said US Eventing Team Coach David O'Connor. United States Equestrian Federation officials say we are at the beginning of taking a "honest, clear look at ourselves"...
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San Diego Horse Tests Positive for EHV-1

USEF Adds Interactive Broadcast to Town Hall

The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) announced Thursday that the next Town Hall Meeting will be a live and interactive broadcast to connect the greatest number of people....
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Robert Dover Selected as U.S. Dressage Team Chef d'Equipe

Robert Dover Selected as U.S. Dressage Team Chef d'Equipe

The United States Equestrian Federation announced the selection of Robert Dover as the U.S. Dressage Team's next Chef d' Equipe / Technical Advisor. Dover succeeds Anne Gribbons who left the post after a dismal show...
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Horse Show Judge Sues USEF

Horse Show Judge Sues USEF

The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has been added to a civil suit filed by a horse show judge. The amended complaint filed this month by plaintiff Debby Cain alleges the association was negligent due to the...
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