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California
REO Speedwagon's Kevin Cronin To Join Hollywood Charity Horse Show With William Shatner
REO Speedwagon's Kevin Cronin To Join Hollywood Charity Horse Show With William Shatner

Elizabeth & William Shatner Personally Invite You to the Hollywood Charity Horse Show

Organizers for the 25th Anniversary of the William Shatner Priceline.com Hollywood Charity Horse Show, Sponsored by Wells Fargo, announced today that REO Speedwagon's Kevin Cronin accompanied by band mates Bryan Hitt and Dave Amato will perform live at the event to be held on April 25, 2015.

The Priceline.com Hollywood Charity Horse Show, Sponsored by Wells Fargo celebrates its 25th year of fundraising with a spectacular affair at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center, 480 Riverside Drive, Burbank, California. Guests will be treated to an exciting arena show and a world-class reining competition, followed by a western dinner catered by STONEFIRE Grill.

Proceeds from the event will benefit special-needs children’s charities across the city of Los Angeles including: AHEAD With Horses, Children's Hospital Los Angeles, Hollenbeck Police Activities League (PAL), St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, The Painted Turtle and others.

“Over the last 25 years, we have been able to help thousands of young Angelinos thanks to the support we receive from our generous sponsors and attendees,” commented William Shatner. “We are so fortunate to have the great talent of REO Speedwagon’s Kevin Cronin with band members Bryan Hitt and Dave Amato for our entertainment this year. They are absolutely terrific and generous with their time and support.”

WHEN: SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 2015
4:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. – Press ‘Meet & Greet’
5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. – Arena Show, which is free to the public
7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. – Western Dinner, Entertainment by REO Speedwagon’s Kevin Cronin with band members, Bryan Hitt & Dave Amato and Live Auction by William Shatner, Auctioneer.

WHERE: Los Angeles Equestrian Center, 480 Riverside Drive, Burbank, CA

Apr 25, 2015, 08:24

California
TALKING WITH HORSES-TOWER’S RUN
TALKING WITH HORSES-TOWER’S RUN
By Colin Dangaard

EVERY RIDER DESERVES ONE GREAT HORSE IN A LIFETIME.
Tower was mine!
Malibu, California, -- The first jump I take at a flat gallop, then head straight down a hill for several hundred yards. I just love galloping downhill. It reminds me of chasing cattle, as a kid in the Australian Outback.

The thought occurs to me, however. I shouldn't be here! My horse, Tower, is 25 years old and has been laid up for a year --a blown tendon. I am 70 years old and I've had so many crashes I should have been put down years ago!
We are here at the spectacular Zacharosa Ranch, in the Santa Monica Mountains of California. It's the first event of the West Hills Hunt Club's annual race meet.

We are on the point-to-point. Two miles, a dozen solid jumps, fastest time. We are racing against a team led by the celebrated Cynthia Shea, who has never lost this race. Her partner is Kathleen Lorden, also a solid rider. Her name appears twice on the winner's cup. Kathleen is on a fine mount, Geronimo, age 15.

Colin, Tower and Jimmy Duggan celebrating victory with the winning trophy cup

More bad reality. I outweigh Cynthia Shea by 60 pounds. Her horse, Artic, is 12 years younger than my horse, and I am 25 years older than Cynthia! But I am here because I told my good friend, Michael Zacha, who is hosting this event, that I would at least show up. I could always pull Tower if he didn't "feel" right. At least, that's what I told myself.

Apr 20, 2015, 12:53

California
The California Cowboy
The California Cowboy
-Cowboy Lawyers & Judges Association
by Jim Nichols

New tradition, plastic, glass, original copy and cowboy lawyer, oxymorons? The first three are.

He sat there looking at me over the top of his thick glasses. “I can give them one hundred thousand dollars to wrap this case up” I said. “It will take at least fifty thousand more than that Mr Nichols” he grumbled. “Wow”, I remarked gazing at a photograph of him under the glass on his desk in his nicely appointed chambers. “Is that your mule Judge?” I asked. “No I rented that one for the Desert Caballero Ride, I go on every year out of Wickenburg Arizona” he said. The picture was of his Honor is a dusty cowboy hat with a snake skin hat band, denim shirt, Levis, chaps boots and spurs. “He’s the real deal” I thought to myself. “Do you ride Mr. Nichols”? he asked. “Since I was nine Judge” I said. “I grew up on a ranch is Prescott Arizona” I volunteered. “I know a hand full of attorneys who have horses and ride” he said. “So do I” .....I replied. “Let’s give this law stuff a break and all go cowboying together” I suggested. “Good idea Jim” he said. I knew he was warming to me by calling me by my first name. Lawyers sense that stuff.

A few weeks after that Mandatory Settlement Conference in the Los Angeles Superior Court a handful of lawyers and judges met in my kitchen and started the Cowboy Lawyers Association. This year the Cowboy Lawyers are 26 years old. I was voted the first President and have been recycled. I am now serving as the current President which I consider a big honor.

The Cowboy Lawyers are a collection of men and women who love the West and all things western. We share a love of horses and Western History. We go on rides and camp outs several times a year. The last ride was in March 2015.
We have discovered the campfire is a wonderful place to relax and shake off the abrasions of stressful practices. Our membership includes prosecutors, criminal defense attorneys, plaintiff and civil defense attorneys, intellectual property attorneys, contract lawyers and real estate attorneys. Oh, almost forgot, we also have family law lawyers, wills and probate people, a tax attorney or two and over the years at least a dozen or more judges. A great mix and they all look fabulous when the fire is reflecting off their silver Cowboy Lawyer buckles which are issued when membership is granted.

Apr 20, 2015, 12:19

Arizona
A Message from the ACMSA President by Mike Eastwood
A Message from the ACMSA President by Mike Eastwood

This past month for the ACMSA has been very busy; we have had 5 one day events on two different weekends. We started off with the Arizona Fish and Game Expo. This was a three day event from Friday-Sunday in the last weekend in March. The weather brought us record breaking heat but everyone was still had a great time out on the arena grounds. The Expo was a huge success with over 50,000 people in attendance. Friday was a warm up, fun shoot before the competitive weekend. Saturday was a three stage match with shotgun, riffle and eliminator. Sunday was the same format with a three stage match with shotgun, riffle and even a pony express. This shoot was also a fundraiser for the Ben Avery Development committee to help raise money to finish the announcing tower. Ben Avery’s next goal is to light up the arena and eventually we would like to add a shade cover to beat the hot Arizona sun. Ben Avery is the first ever arena designed specifically for Cowboy Mounted Shooting. The shooters team up every year to raise money through auctions. Both days we had a huge flag ceremony featuring our ACMSA competitors while Katryna Eastwood sang the National Anthem. In between stages we also awarded Barb Maggiore for 2014 Volunteer of the Year for the ACMSA. Thank you Barb for all of the hard work you put into the club in 2014!

Apr 20, 2015, 10:59

Arizona
Food for Thought by Rocco Wachman
Food for Thought
by Rocco Wachman

I have just returned to the Ranch from a Trail Dedication on the McDowell Sonoran Preserve at 136th street and Old Paint Rd. in what is now, I guess Scottsdale, Arizona. The dedication was for Barb`s Trail, to honor Barbara Hull trail rider, friend and inspiration to us all. Barbara is an avid, active trail rider who is well know for her love of being horseback. She and I rode together fifteen or so years ago to help her try and figure out a horse she had at the time and I came to envy her toughness about illness she was having to face, “Head On.”………

Why is she such an inspiration to all who know her? She catches, grooms and saddles and rides her horse while suffering the complications of a disease called “Scleroderma.” People, Barbara has lost both of her legs, the tips of most of her fingers, her teeth and a lung. It is a progressive and debilitating disease that about confines everyone who contracts it to the inside of a house as it progresses. But not Barbara! She seems to have ignored the fact that she should be confined to a wheel chair and spending her time watching TV. I guess nobody told her to give up! Her husband, who to me is probably the nicest, most caring, toughest man I have ever met has built a “System” that allows his wife to saddle, bridle and get on her horse herself, with no assistance if she wishes to. Of course, Barb can un-saddle, un-bridle and put her horse away herself also. I have told many people about Barbara of the years when they mention to me that they are not going to ride because they are sore, their back hurts, they are tired or just don't feel up to it. They should have only to watch Barbara mounted horseback to be embarrassed about how they felt about their aches and pains. I many times have considered not riding because my knees are sore and I get on knowing that Barb is probably out riding that day and enjoying ever step of it.

Apr 20, 2015, 10:50

Arizona
This Weekend - Car Show Fundraiser at Discount Tire
This Weekend - Car Show Fundraiser at Discount Tire
For the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society!


Where
Discount Tire  - 707 E. Carefree Highway, Phoenix  - 623-581-0180

When
Saturday, April 25, 2015  - 10:00am - 3:00pm

Three big chances to win!
• Yokohama Tire Raffle
• Vision Wheel Raffle
• 50/50 Raffle

Additional details
Tickets: $2 each or 3 for $5
Car entry fee: $30

Apr 20, 2015, 10:47

Arizona
Upcoming Events at Desert Caballeros Western Museum
Upcoming Events at Desert Caballeros Western Museum

May 18th – International Museum Day: Desert Caballeros Western Museum in historic downtown Wickenburg offers a full day of free admission on May 18th in honor of International Museum Day. Here the vast story of the West is told through a rarely seen mix of both art and history. Offering beautiful galleries that present hundreds of world renowned artworks in combination with desert frontier “time capsules”, a life-scale 1905 Wickenburg Street Scene, and rotating exhibitions about local mining history, Arizona minerals, American Indians of the Southwest, local guest ranches, and more - DCWM never fails to offer interest and excitement for all ages! Free use of the GuidePort headset tour system is always available to visitors.

Apr 20, 2015, 10:43

Arizona
Demo Horses Needed for Scottsdale Walkabout Tour
Demo Horses Needed for Scottsdale Walkabout Tour


Is your horse fearful, disrespectful or spooky? If so, he could be just the horse Clinton is looking to work with. We're looking for demo horses for our Scottsdale, Arizona Walkabout Tour being held May 2nd and 3rd at Westworld. At each tour, Clinton works with local horses to explain how to start his horsemanship method and how to correct common problems. Four horses are selected for a disrespectful groundwork and riding demo, a general lack of control demo, a spooky demo and a problem trailer loading demo. If you live in the area of the Walkabout Tour and your horse is 10 years of age or younger and you'd like Clinton to work with him, head over to the Walkabout Events website to learn more and submit an application. (Please note that you will only be contacted if your application is selected.)

Apr 20, 2015, 07:22

Arizona
Gone but not Forgotten - Scottish Bart
Gone but not Forgotten - Scottish Bart
Scottish Bart

It is with tremendous sorrow that we had to say goodbye to Scottish Bart today. It is the end of an era that will not to be forgotten by anyone who knew him.

"Somewhere in times own space, there must be some sweet pastured place, where creeks sing on and tall trees grow, some paradise where horses go.
For by the love that guides my pen, I know great horses live again.."

I would love for anyone that knew Scotch, bred to him or have raised his foals to please leave a comment for his memorial

Apr 20, 2015, 06:50

Reining
APHA investing big bucks in the Paint World Show
APHA investing big bucks in the Paint World Show

Provided by APHA Performance, April 2, 2015 - Nearly $80,000 has been added to reining, cutting and working cow horse classes at the 2015 APHA World Championship Show. When added to the existing $50,000 Farnam Pleasure Stakes payouts and more than $500,000 in additional cash and prizes, there are more reasons than ever to saddle up for the world’s premier Paint Horse show.

Taking place November 4–14 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas, the APHA World Show features the largest single gathering of Paint Horses competing in more than 275 classes during the 10-day show. The additional $77,000 in added money represents an investment by the association to help magnetize reining, cutting and cow horse exhibitors to the show, segments of the industry that represent areas of potential growth for APHA.

Apr 19, 2015, 20:17

Arizona
Christy Leggett adoption coordinator for Triple R Horse Rescue
Christy Leggett adoption coordinator for Triple R Horse Rescue

Cave Creek, Arizona – Christy Leggett has been named adoption coordinator for the Triple R Horse Rescue’s board of directors. In this capacity, she is responsible for finding new homes for the organization’s horses and burros.

Apr 19, 2015, 20:10

National
USDA to Issue Disaster Assistance to Help Honeybee, Livestock and Farm-Raised Fish Producers
USDA to Issue Disaster Assistance to Help Honeybee, Livestock and Farm-Raised Fish Producers

Farm Bill Program Offers Producers Relief for 2014 Losses in more than 40 States
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Farm Service Agency today announced that nearly 2,700 applicants will begin receiving disaster assistance through the Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees and Farm-Raised Fish Program (ELAP) for losses experienced from Oct. 1, 2013, through Sept. 30, 2014.

The program, re-authorized by the 2014 Farm Bill, provides disaster relief to livestock, honeybee, and farm-raised fish producers not covered by other agricultural disaster assistance programs. Eligible losses may include excessive heat or winds, flooding, blizzards, hail, wildfires, lightning strikes, volcanic eruptions and diseases, or in the case of honeybees, losses due to colony collapse disorder. Beekeepers, most of whom suffered honeybee colony losses, represent more than half of ELAP recipients.

Apr 19, 2015, 20:09

California
Rousing Competitions Showcased at Western States Horse Expo
Rousing Competitions Showcased at Western States Horse Expo


Maybe it’s in our DNA. Or it’s just that we get an adrenalin rush from watching. Whatever the reason, competitions intrigue us — from cupcake wars, race cars flying around a track, or belly-to-the-ground barrel racing. Sometimes we root for the underdog, sometimes for the favorite. Whether the victorious outcome is decided by the tallying of judges’ cards, the wave of a checkered flag, or the last Roman chariot left with wheels still spinning, humans have loved competitions since the dawning of time.

And here’s an incredible opportunity to cheer for competitions that star our favorite animal — the horse. Expo audiences will explode with enthusiasm and applause at the contests slated for this year’s Western States Horse Expo at Cal Expo in Sacramento, California, June 5-7.

Apr 19, 2015, 20:04

Horse Health
Horse Health- Avert Laminitis
Horse Health- Avert Laminitis


If it wasn't such a debilitating and potentially life-threatening disease illness, we wouldn't keep writing about laminitis. But having lived through it twice, I can tell you that it is scarey, expensive and painful for your horse. So here are the facts again from our expert, Dr. Jennifer Smallwood:

Laminitis, sometimes called founder, is a painful condition caused by inflammation of the laminae, the tissues that secure the coffin bone to the hoof wall. This inflammation is caused by disruption of blood flow to the laminae and can lead to permanent disruption in the bond causing the coffin bone to rotate and or sink. Symptoms can be varied depending on the limbs affected and the degree of inflammation. It can strike in one, both front or all four legs.

Apr 19, 2015, 19:59

National
Barn & Stable Management-Stable Spring Cleaning
Now that spring weather has finally arrived (well, at least in some parts of the country....), it's a great time to start pring cleaning at your barn. Don't try to do it all in one weekend - prioritize what is most important and start there. Some things can be done in inclement weather (like cleaning the tack room) while others might be better when you can turn your horse outside for awhile (like updating his stall). Here are some ideas.

Stalls:
*Push all bedding to the sides or completely strip and check the floors or stall mats for holes or excessive wear. Disinfect flooring. Refill holes or replace mats as needed. Add fresh
bedding.
*Sweep cobwebs from rafters and around buckets and other places.
*If you do NOT like birds nesting in your barn, now is the time to take appropriate measures. Some people put a large plastic owl in the barn to scare off birds. Others swear that having a recording of bird sounds makes other birds think the barn is already occupied and they will look elsewhere.
*Check stall walls and doors for protruding nails, boards that need to be replaced or anything and loose door/window hinges. Check for evidence of rodents and eliminate access holes.
*Wash all feed and water buckets.
*Evaluate and start your fly prevention program. Eliminate standing water that can breed mosquitoes, spray to prevent wasp nests from forming, make sure you have plenty of fly spray.

Apr 19, 2015, 19:58

National
166 wild horses in Nevada given their freedom
166 wild horses in Nevada given their freedom


Hooves thundered and dust flew today as 166 wild horses were returned to their home range in Nevada.

The horses were among the 432 captured in February by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) from the 230,000-acre Fish Creek Herd Management Area in Eureka.

Authorities had intended to treat 102 mares with a long-acting birth control agent and release them back into the area along with 84 stallions.

However, before the horses could be released, Eureka County commissioners and local ranchers filed a legal challenge with the Interior Board of Land Appeals to stop their return.

They asserted that the federal government had no authority to release the horses, and demanded even more removals.

Two wild horse advocacy groups, Return to Freedom and Wild Horse Education, were granted status to intervene on behalf of the BLM’s management plan.

The board has now ruled against the county’s request to hold the wild horses in the facility until the underlying claim is decided. The authority of the BLM to return the wild horses has now been affirmed. Arguments in the case continue on the underlying claims.

Today, trucks and trailers rolled on to the range and the 166 wild horses ran free once more.

The advocacy groups said 183 horses had originally been trucked to holding facilities costing $US6335 a week in holding fees, which now total more than $US25,000. They said five mares died in holding and 12 gave birth. The mares and foals will be released at a later date.

Return to Freedom, which runs a national wild horse conservation and advocacy organization, operates a large sanctuary in Lompoc, California with nearly 400 formerly wild horses.

Its president, Neda DeMayo, said the method of fertility control employed at Fish Creek had been used by the sanctuary for more than 15 years.

She said she was thrilled over the return of the Fish Creek horses to their home range. “This is a good day!”

She continued: “Now is the time to move forward with innovative management that makes sense, keeping wild horses on their range and saving millions of tax dollars in the long term.

“It is time for a new direction, instead of wasting time and money obstructing positive solutions that will benefit the horses, wildlife, ranchers and the range.”

Wild Horse Education president Laura Leigh witnessed the entire roundup, saw the horses in holding, and was present at the release.

“I cannot even begin to describe the feeling of relief,” she said.

“The real work begins as this plan moves forward to create sound management over the next decade. The first step toward changing outdated habits can be the hardest. Today was one heck of a ‘leap’ toward kicking those bad habits into the past where they belong.”

Leigh, who monitors wild horses roundups across the west, has documented these particular wild horses for years, including their capture and captivity.

A special stallion named Sarge was one of the stallions released back to the range. More than 5000 people signed a letter to use in the fight to return Sarge and the other Fish Creek horses.

“I saw Sarge in the pen at the facility and promised him we would get him free,” said a tearful Leigh.

“Today we fulfilled that promise. I know there is a lot of work ahead but I am going to let myself celebrate tonight. I will never forget this true return to freedom.”

Apr 19, 2015, 19:53

National
Answering Tough Ag Questions
Answering Tough Ag Questions
By Cyndie Sirekis

Through social media, America’s farmers and ranchers explain why they do certain things when raising animals for food. This communication is not just one way. Facebook posts from the farm, tweets from the tractor seat and blogs from the “back 40” allow members of the non-farming public to ask questions on everything from how today’s food is grown to how it is processed and eventually brought to market.

Apr 19, 2015, 19:50

Horse Health
Five Tips for a Successful Spring Turnout
Five Tips for a Successful Spring Turnout

Courtesy:Purina Horse Health
Shoreview, Minn. ­— After a long, snowy winter in many parts of the country, people and horses alike are eager to get out and enjoy spring warmth and sunshine. Pastures are greening up, and it’s time for horse owners to open the barn and let their horses dine al fresco.

“It’s tempting to just let horses out and allow them to graze for as long as they want,” said Dr. Karen Davison, equine nutritionist, Purina Animal Nutrition. “But it’s important to introduce horses to pasture grass in a way that doesn’t invite issues like gastrointestinal upset, laminitis or weight gain in already-overweight horses.”

Dr. Davison shares five tips for horse owners to help ensure a successful and healthy spring turnout.

Apr 19, 2015, 19:47

California
Myron Mixon Interview: Winningest Man in BBQ and Norco 'Horse Town' Brew n' Que
Myron Mixon Interview: Winningest Man in BBQ and Norco 'Horse Town' Brew n' Que


Courtesy: www.examiner.com
We spoke to Myron Mixon spoke to the Examiner about barbeque. Myron Mixon is the winningest man in competition barbeque and the star of Destination America TV's BBQ Pitmasters and BBQ Pit Wars. On Friday, May 29, he'll be coming to California to participate in the in Norco. Norco, the Inland Empire town known as 'Horse Town USA', is hosting a top-flight barbeque contest and Myron will be sharing his insight along with Big Moe Cason at Friday's VIP event, the 'Meat and Greet'. Myron is looking forward to the event and said, “I've never done a contest in California. I've always wanted to, but I've had schedule issues and I won't be able to cook on my own rig---I'd have to figure out a way to get it out there. This will be my first time, not competing but actually going to a contest in California”.

Myron, who is and always been a Georgia boy at heart, believes in family and barbeque. Talking about his team and his company, Jack's Old South, he said, “Jack's Old South is most assuredly family. My dad taught me how to barbeque, his dad taught him and his dad taught him; I mean the Mixons have been doing barbeque for generations. When I started Jack's Old South, both the team and the brand that we sell a lot of our products under, it was started and named after my dad. We began the team to promote our family barbeque sauce business. So it's all based around family”.

Apr 19, 2015, 19:42

National
Equine disease outbreaks for 4th quarter of 2014 listed
Equine disease outbreaks for 4th quarter of 2014 listed

The following equine disease outbreaks were reported around the world for the fourth quarter* of 2014. The list, published in the latest issue of Equine Disease Quarterly, is based on data gathered by the England-based International Collating Centre and other sources:

Outbreaks of African horse sickness were reported in four provinces in South Africa in which the disease is considered endemic.
The United States recorded continued vesicular stomatitis activity, all involving the New Jersey serotype of the virus. The disease was confirmed on an additional 68 premises including 60 in Colorado, seven in Texas, and one in Nebraska. In 2014, 17 counties were affected in Colorado, 13 in Texas and one in Nebraska, with infection confirmed in 584 equines and 60 bovines on 433 premises.

France, Germany, Ireland, Switzerland, and the US recorded outbreaks of strangles. A total of 23 outbreaks were confirmed in 18 regions in France. Isolated cases were reported in three regions in Germany; Ireland confirmed 14 cases between the provinces of Leinster and Munster. Two outbreaks were recorded in Switzerland, one involving 50 of 100 at-risk horses. The disease is endemic in the US, with 41 cases confirmed on 22 premises in seven states.
Equine influenza outbreaks were reported by France, Britain and the US. France confirmed four outbreaks. Some 18 outbreaks were confirmed in 15 counties in Britain (horses, ponies and donkeys), many involving unvaccinated animals. It is endemic in the US, with outbreaks recorded in Florida, Kentucky, Oregon, and Washington.

Equine herpesvirus (EHV)-1 related diseases were reported by France, Germany, Japan, South Africa, Switzerland, Britain and the US. Respiratory disease was confirmed in France (six outbreaks), Germany (two outbreaks), Switzerland (one case), Britain (three outbreaks all involving donkeys) and the US. Cases of abortion were diagnosed in Japan (isolated cases on five premises, all in vaccinated thoroughbreds), South Africa (one case) and the US (two cases). One outbreak of EHV-1 myeloencephalopathy involving two horses was confirmed in Idaho, in the US. Outbreaks of EHV-4 respiratory disease were reported by France (11 outbreaks in five regions), Germany (single cases on two premises), and Britain (one outbreak involving three thoroughbred yearlings). Multiple cases of EHV-2 and -5 infections were confirmed in Texas and Kentucky in the US.

Apr 19, 2015, 19:39


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William Shatner’s $30 Billion Kickstarter Campaign to Save California Drought
EVACUATIONS LIFTED FOR HOMES NEAR 300-ACRE FIRE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEAR NORCO
Girl Rescued By CHP Helicopter After Being Kicked In Head By Horse
UC Davis Ranked #1 Veterinary School in United States
Cutting
Bamacat and Woody Be Lucky top Houston NCHA Mercuria Finals March 1st, 2015
Super Stakes Program Update
Cutters Prepare to Jazz it up in Jackson
Cutters Prepare to Jazz it up in Jackson
NCHA Members Hall of Fame Nominations
NCHA Super Stakes Program Update
NCHA VP candidates announced
Eastern and Western National Championships
NCHA Medication - Know Before You Show Document Updated
Family-Owned Horse Rule
A Classy win for Hanson
NCHA Futurity 2-Year-old Sale breaks all records
Little Rey Whirlacat in $15K Novice
Blakley Colgrove scores 222 points for Amateur Futurity win
NCHA Medication - Know Before You Show
Eastern and Western National Championships
New NCHA Senior World Tour Presented by Horizon Yachts, Inc.
NCHA is supporting neglected horses
2014 NCHA World Championship Futurity Tickets
World Champions win at Congress
Dressage
Talented U.S. Hopefuls Gain Valuable Knowledge at USEF/USET Foundation Dressage Pipeline Clinic
Driving
World Champion Driver Suzy Stafford secures a Driving Sport Predicate Title for the Dutch Friesian mare Ivanka Nicole
FEI World Cup™ Driving: Koos de Ronde flies to victory in Leipzig
FEI World Cup™ Driving: Exell scores third win of the season in Switzerland
Chester Weber Lands Individual Silver at 2014 Alltech World Equestrian Games
USEF Names Team for 2014 FEI World Driving Championships for Singles
USEF Names Combinations for 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games U.S. Driving Team
U.S. Para-Driving Team Selected for 2014 FEI World Para-Equestrian Driving Championships
World Champion Driver Suzy Stafford Guides the Young Gelding “Demi- Mer” to the Win At The Grand Oaks Classic.
FEI World Cup™ Driving 2013/2014 Final: Boyd is best in breathtaking Bordeaux finale
English
Interagro Lusitanos Celebrates Stellar Season
Colorado Horse Park to Host "Summer in the Rockies" Hunter/Jumper Competitions
Ian Millar and Baranus Win $25,000 Equiline Holiday I Grand Prix
Ian Millar and Star Power Top $25,000 ESP Holiday II Grand Prix
USET Foundation Receives $1.5 Million Gift: Naming Hamilton Farm Rotunda "The Joan and Corwith Hamill Rotunda"
International Show Jumping Comes To Vegas - Three Thrilling Evenings and So Much More
Hunter Jumper Las Vegas Nationals
Hutchins With a Win in the Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Finals West
Jessica Springsteen and Vindicat W Victorious in $200,000 American Gold Cup CSI4*-W
U.S. Wraps Up Strong Performances with Three Medals in Week Two of 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games
Superstar Riders Announced for Central Park Dressage Challenge
The Sanctuary Equine Sports Therapy & Rehabilitation Center's Lori Shifflett Lends World Class Support to World Endurance Team
Liz Austin and Friesian Stallion Thys Capture FEI High Score at Vermont Dressage Days
USEF Names Combinations for 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games U.S. Vaulting Team
The „White Ballet“ of the Spanish Riding School dances into the new autumn season
SEVENTH EDITION OF ALLTECH FEI WORLD EQUESTRIAN GAMES™ PROMISES A FABULOUS FEAST OF EQUESTRIAN SPORT
ANGEL HORSE IMAGE WINS FEI SOLIDARITY WORLD PHOTO GRAND PRIX
CNN TO FEATURE MASSIVELY INCREASED COVERAGE OF WORLD'S PREMIER EQUESTRIAN EVENTS
USEF Names 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games U.S. Endurance Team
USEF Names Hermès U.S. Show Jumping Team for the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games
English Riding
Hermes U.S. Show Jumping Team Jumps to Second Place in Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup presented by Edge Brewing Barcelona at CSIO4* Ocala
Miami's South Beach Welcomes Longines Global Champions Tour
Laura Kraut and Cedric Capture $125,000 Trump Invitational Grand Prix
Ian Millar and Dixson Win $50,000 Wellington Equestrian Realty Grand Prix CSI 2*
USEF Names 2015 Eventing High Performance Training Lists
The Jonathan Wentz Memorial Challenge for High Performance Para Dressage Needs Your Support
American Hunter Jumper Foundation Announces 2005 Activity
Fans of Olympic Silver Medalist Royal Kaliber Keep His Memory Alive by Donating to the United States Equestrian Team Foundation
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Eventing
Neue Schule Ambassador Buck Davidson and Ballynoe Castle
USET Foundation Awards Jacqueline B. Mars Training Grant to Matthew Brown
Gaited Horse
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Gift Guide
“MY HORSE RIDING MAKEOVER”:
Holiday
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Horse Health
Horse Health- Avert Laminitis
Five Tips for a Successful Spring Turnout
Equine Immunization Support Guarantee Expands to Include Equine Herpesvirus Types 1 and 4
Swear BY Your Axles or Swear AT Them?
Innovacyn Introduces New Vetericyn Plus
Natural Stride Joint Supplement: Four-Footed Pain Relief
Merial Adds More Horsepower with Acquisition of Two Equine Health Care Products
Zoetis Partners with Customers to Support FFA, AABP, AAEP Students in 2015
Misconceptions In Selecting Forage For Horses:
Managing Thrush with Protection and Sole Support
New life at Colorado State University's Equine Reproduction Laboratory
Receive Notification of Confirmed Disease Outbreaks Sign up today to keep updated this show season
Dr. Getty’s Tip: Calculating with PPM in Two Easy Steps
News from the Texas Animal Health Commission
Equine Insurance Center
SIU Research Looks to Solve Equine Colic Mystery
Aromatherapy for Horses
Using Weight Tapes on Horses
Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. Receives Pregnant Mare Label Claim for Vetera® Vaccines
Feeding a Young Horse a Senior or Complete Feed
Horse Racing
Owner defends decision to send Chrome to Ascot
Phone Wagering Comes To Turf Paradise
Wiener Dog Races Return To Turf Paradise March 14th 2/16/2015
Chrome right choice for Horse of the Year award
Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Farm and Kentucky Downs Announce Partnership for 2015
Old Friends Retiree Escapedfromnewyork Dead at 10
Turf Paradise Admission & Seating
Arizona Thoroughbred Breeders' Fall Festival a Success
Del Mar's Inaugural "Bing Crosby Season" A Solid Success
Thanksgiving Weekend at Turf Paradise: Get Off The Couch And Get To The Track
SANTA ANITA WINTER MEET STAKES SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED - OPENING DAY DEC. 26; PRESTIGIOUS SANTA ANITA HANDICAP AND SANTA ANITA DERBY TO BOTH OFFER $1 MILLION PURSES
XPRESSBET, GIDDY APPS EXTEND AGREEMENT FOR THREE YEARS
Racing's Unsung Heroes: Starter Jay Slender and His Crew
Bing Crosby Season Continues To Sing A Positive Racing Song
California Chrome Nominated To Run In Del Mar's Hollywood Derby
Sherman Considering Two Del Mar Possibilities For 'Chrome'
Thanksgiving Weekend at Turf Paradise: Get Off The Couch And Get To The Track
Longshots Dominate ATBA Sales Stakes
SANTA ANITA’S 25-DAY AUTUMN MEET FINISHES STRONG AS TWO-DAY BREEDERS’ CUP GENERATES TREMENDOUS NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL INTEREST
Hollywood Feel Shines As 'Crosby Season' Breaks From Gate
Horse Shows
South Point Arena Upcoming Events
Boarding at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center
Gambling on Horse Racing
Welcome to the Pacific Coast Horse Shows Association
Definite Entries Being Confirmed for Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™
South Point Calendar
Judges Named for 2014 Level 1 (Novice) Championships
Vegas 2014! The Feria del Caballo Español National & Andalusian World Cup Show,
Fiesta Charity Spectacular has a New Year’s Offer for you!
Mini & Pony
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Mounted Shooting
NATIONAL COLLEGIATE EQUESTRIAN ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES NATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD TO SUPPORT COLLEGIATE EQUESTRIAN PROGRAMS
THE BEN AVERY MOUNTED SHOOTING CENTER DEVELOPMENT
National
USDA to Issue Disaster Assistance to Help Honeybee, Livestock and Farm-Raised Fish Producers
Barn & Stable Management-Stable Spring Cleaning
166 wild horses in Nevada given their freedom
Answering Tough Ag Questions
Equine disease outbreaks for 4th quarter of 2014 listed
When This Multi-Talented Police Horse Isn’t Helping Fight Crime, He’s Painting
Makers Mark Whiskey Presents - Sips ‘N Saddles Cookout benefiting the MMSC in their dedication to re-schooling off the track Thoroughbreds for a second career
USDA Invests in Critical Dam Rehabilitation and Assessment Projects in 23 States
Spring Cleaning Around the Barn- Tackle five major cleanup zones with these tips.
When was the first mail delivered via the Pony Express? 155 years ago
MICHELIN OFFERS TIPS FOR REDUCING SOIL COMPACTION
AGCO Launches AGCOstore.com A new way to purchase specialty products unveiled
Agriculture: Sustaining Future Generations
Google doodle honors the Pony Express
In Loving Memory Tallanny 1974 - 2015
National Horse Racing Organization Teams Up With Ranch Cowboy for Chance at $100,000 Prize
Only horse flagged in NCAA game, Rutgers' Lord Nelson, dies
Wild horse advocates disagree on contraceptives for mustangs
Be ready, be wise
Horses and Humans Research Foundation now accepting LOI’s for Innovation Research Grant up to $10,000
Paint & Color Breeds
APHA Open-Amateur World Show dates to change in 2017
Registering cropout horses with APHA is easier than ever
9 groundwork tips help develop partnership with your Paint
“Special” start to the Mercuria NCHA World Series
Incoming President Ron Shelly prepared to lead APHA in 2015
Seminars highlight industry education at APHA Convention
Score big with scholarships from the APHF
Positive numbers for APHA in 2014
Revised qualification requirements announced for 2015 APHA World Show
18 Paints earn 2014 Running Champion titles
APHA brings fresh eyes to association programs
5 keys to boosting your reining score with The Game Plan
APHA announces expanded Paint Horse Championship shows for 2015
Lenas Painted Jewel tops ACHA year-end standings
The 2014 World Show was all good for All Rise, and he captures the High-Point English Horse title
Last year’s High-Point Exhibitor, Jack Wright returned to claim the title once more at the 2014 APHA World Championship Show
Gay Bar Lucky Jac took his new age division—and two high-point titles—in stride
MJ Watch Yer Six tops the Super Gelding standings with two world champion titles at the 2014 APHA World Championship Show
Rolex Bar Twister ropes in his second All-Around Horse Title
All-Around Masters Amateur
Polo
U.S. Polo Association Comments on Decision to Compel Arbitration of Polo Ralph Lauren Claims
USPA Wins Motion to Dismiss Ralph Lauren Lawsuit
U.S. Trust Team's Kampsen, Ganzi and Finlayson Win Inaugural U.S. Polo Assn. Central Park Polo Challenge
Two Months To Go. Best Seats Going. New Surprises
Polo champion Carlos Gracida, who taught Princes William and Harry, is killed during match
Julia Smith Selected for Team USPA!
Goshen Defeats Henley House 11-10 in OT
High-Goal Polo Season Continues with Joe Barry Cup at International Polo Club Palm Beach
Products
Equine Motorcoach™ Adds Equine Carriage Trailer To Its Lineup
MAHINDRA USA NEW 1500 SERIES TRACTORS NOW AVAILABLE
Club Car Improves the Hunting Experience with New Limited Slip Differentials for XRT™800 and XRT850 Utility Vehicles
What’s Behind Jennifer Aniston And Kim Kardashian’s Glossy Manes? Horse Shampoo!
Kiefer Introduces Wide Deluxe II Trailer for Horse and Livestock
Featherlite Trailers unveils new “Legend Edition” horse trailers
Minds + Machines welcomes Parelli Natural Horsemanship as a Pioneer for .horse, the new web address for everything equine
Justin Boots Launches English Collection
Revolutionary Alpha Sheath Shield
DID YOU KNOW?
HORZE-EQUESTRIAN $100 GIVEAWAY
Exclusive USEF Savings on Multi Radiance ACTIVet Laser and Accessories
Bobcat M-Series excavator instrumentation improves functionality
Bobcat M-Series excavators advance to Tier 4 with non-DPF emissions solution
Quarter Horse
2016 Hall of Fame Inductees Announced - Including Az's Own Parker’s Trouble
AQHA Youth Excellence Seminar
New AQHA Executive Committee
AQHA Names Professionals of the Year
AQHA Presents New Horse Game For Kids
Youth World Cup
Time to Ride Challenge Returns in 2015 with $100,000 Cash and Prizes
Three Days of the Horse
Markel AQHA Cowtown Showdown
AQHA Unveils 2015 Events
Facebook Sweepstakes Winners
AQHA Congratulates Show Leaders
AQHA Executive Vice President Named
New Event Location Announced
New Horse Game For Kids
Celebrating 75 Years
"Breeding A Legacy" Exhibit
Genetic Testing Form Online
AQHA Prevails in Cloning Lawsuit
Markel AQHA Cowtown Showdown
Reining
APHA investing big bucks in the Paint World Show
The 2015 National Reining Horse Association European Open Futurity Has an Excellent Start
$100,000 Time to Ride Challenge Now Open for Registration
National Reining Horse Association Concludes Winter Meeting
What is Green Reining?
NRHA Announces Award Recipients
National Reining Horse Association Concludes Winter Meeting
2015 NRHA Derby and 2015 NRHA Futurity Condition Updates
Win Kentucky Reining Cup Tickets
Jordan Larson Hits a New Milestone
NRHA Sire & Dam Program Congratulates Stallions and Their Owners
Inaugural World Para Reining Event
NRHA Welcomes Newly-Elected Board and Executive Committee Members
Nominate Your Horse Now & Win A New Pair of Boots!
Reining Expert Aaron Ralston Will Slide Into Madison for the 2015 Midwest Horse Fair!
RK3DE Cross-Country & KRC World Championship Freestyle Reining Super Saturday Is The Place To Be In April
NRHA Welcomes Santa Hill Ranch as Ranch Partner
Shine N Spook & ARC Gunnabeabigstar: NRHA Open Futurity Co-Champions
Asumussen and Blue Berry Jac: NRHA Non Pro Champions
National Reining Horse Association Expands Medications Testing for 2015
Rodeos
Polaris RANGER Becomes National Sponsor of PRCA ProRodeo
Bownds takes down defending champ by $123
News & notes from the rodeo trail
Wood rock solid in San Antonio
Learmont earns career-defining win in San Antonio
Sundell breaks arena record to win San Angelo
California Rodeo News
News & notes from the rodeo trail, Feb.9
Silcox taking southern route back to WNFR
News & notes from the rodeo trail, Feb. 17
Breding widens his world standings lead
Sanderson, Bertus weekend’s top earners
Sanderson, Bertus weekend’s top earners
Mote returns to top in Denver after 12-year wait
Something old, something new a perfect match
FORD TRUCKS SIGNS MULTI-YEAR AGREEMENT WITH THE PBR LEADING 10 OTHER PARTNERSHIP RENEWALS IN 2015
GAY, PALERMO TRYING TO SNAP OUT OF EARLY STRUGGLES
ALVES' RECORD STREAK COMES TO AN END
Smith raises a little cain at Fort Worth Xtreme Bulls
MARCHI BACK ON TOP AFTER GOING 4-FOR-4
Roping
Smith Shoots to Top of Standings with Wildfire Roping Success
USTRC Lasso del Sol Roping Championship
WPRA Crowns 2014 Roping World Champions
Josh peaks at Mountain States finale
AQHA Teams Up with USTRC
NFSR relocates to Kansas
Southwest USTRC Finals July 31 – August 3rd
Showgrounds
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Style
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Texas
Texas Animal Health Commission Awarded Outstanding Achievement Award for Horseback Team
Texas SB1522 National Day of the Cowboy update
GEORGE DUCAS PENS EXCLUSIVE THEME SONG FOR THE HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW AND RODEO™
Celebrate AQHA's 75th anniversary at the 2015 AQHA Convention in Fort Worth.
Ranch Rally 2015
Learn the Method at the Ranch with Clinton! 2015 Clinics announced!
Wounded Warrior Shares the Healing Power of the Human-Animal Bond
Texas A&M University Veterinary Student Awarded Scholarship
Dr. Dee Ellis Receives 2014 International Association of Emergency Managers - USA Career Excellence Award
TAHC Releases All Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) Quarantines in Texas
Carol Rose Purchases 2014 Legacy Breeders Sale High Seller
Famous Cutting Stallion and Brood Mares Found Starving
Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) in Texas Update
TAHC Receives Excellence in Emergency Management Award
RFD-TV’S THE AMERICAN SEMIFINALS PAYS OUT BIG MONEY TO CONTESTANTS, WHO NOW HAVE A SHOT AT TWO MILLION DOLLARS
2014 Region 9 AHA Championship Show May 28 – May 31, 2014
Trail Riding
A True Dark Horse Wins!
Swiss Mocha, NATRC’s Tenth Horse Hall of Fame Inductee
National Forest Trail Bill Introduced
AERC Job Opportunity in Marketing
Kriel's Guide to Wickenburg Horse Trails, second edition is now available!
USEF Names Short List for the 2014 Alltech FEI WorldEquestrian Games U.S. Endurance Team
Time to Ride “100 Day Horse Challenge” to launch June 1
Join ACTHA for fun, friends and memories...
LONE RANGERS SINGLES RIDING CLUB
Glendale Equestrian Club Ride Schedule
Trail Tips
National recognition for your trail project
YOU Motivate Me!
Western
MAKE ROOM FOR A HORSE IN YOUR HEART!
Snaffle Bit Futurity Finals Tickets Available Now
Hoof-Hearted Awareness Western Dressage Association of America
Who's Who!
AQHA Recognizes Outstanding Volunteer
AQHA President Recognized by State of Texas
Two for two: Colorado State University veterinary leaders land national honors
Linda Parelli and Dr. Jenny Susser Join Forces for ShowChic’s February Shop Talk
TALKING WITH HORSES
South Point Arena and Equestrian Center Hires Liam MacCall as Events Manager
Stallions and the Concept of Horsenality Peppy’s Journey
Rodes to Manage Santa Fe Summer Series Horse Show
USET Foundation Elects New Officers and Trustees
THE ART OF HORSEMANSHIP
Pozzi's Rookie Champion Lances Ugly Boy Laid To Rest at 28
Famous Farrier to be Honored
A Horse, Of Course-World’s Greatest Harness Horse
Winter 2014
In Memoriam: Richard Meade (GBR), 1938-2015
Colin’s Story
Sabrina Zeender appointed FEI Secretary General
Country Music’s Vince Gill Joins Frontier Communications, DISH Network and CoBank to Announce Investment in Rural America
Meet the Judges for Road to the Horse 2015
Debut Author Wins Praise for First Book in Romantic Equestrian Trilogy
Cowhorse-Cutting
$10,000 Added Smart Boons Fence Challenge at NRCHA Stakes
Corey Cushing Wins 2015 World's Greatest Horseman Title
FEI appoints Endurance Independent Governance Advisors
NRCHA Board of Directors Election Results
The National Reined Cow Horse Association joins Alliance Partner AQHA in the Cowtown Showdown
NRCHA $2 Million Rider Todd Crawford offers free reined cow horse clinic for National High School Rodeo youth
Members: NRCHA Board of Directors Nomination Forms Coming Soon!
Free Clinic with NRCHA Hall of Fame horseman Bobby Ingersoll
Ranching Heritage Challenge in Amarillo
Grasping the Two-Rein
NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Begins Monday, Sept. 22 Entries up 30% over 2013
More Cow Horse Champions Crowned
NRCHA - AFFILIATE EVENTS
AQHA Cattle Novice Championship Update
Boyd Rice wins 2014 NRCHA World's Greatest Horseman Championship aboard Oh Cay N Short
News from the NRCHA Celebration of Champions
National High School Rodeo Association adds reined cow horse to its event lineup in 2014
Kalpowar Quarter Horses Returns to the NRCHA as the 2014 World's Greatest Horseman Sponsor
News from the National Reined Cow Horse Association Celebration of Champions
World
Dial Named U.S. Endurance Chef d’Equipe/Technical Advisor
Riding high - Liverpool Plains horsewoman takes on the bright lights of American trick riding
An Invitation to Attend the USEF Town Hall Meeting May 18, 2015 - 3:00-6:00 p.m. ET
Ariat signs exclusive licensing and sponsorship agreement with the FEI
Leone Equestrian Law Launches EquestrianCounsel.com
11th International Equitation Science Conference Ethical Equitation for all Equestrian Disciplines
Quest Finds Success with Micaela Love and Parelli Natural Horsemanship
Paralympic stars and experts headline first FEI Para-Equestrian Forum
California Chrome Voted 2014 Horse of the Year
Heather Reynolds Leads U.S. Riders at Dubai Endurance Cup
A COACH FROM THE ROYAL BRITISH MEWS OFFERED AT BONHAMS SALE
2015 AMERICANA promotes the best of our Sport
2015 AMERICANA promotes the best of our Sport
IMAGE OF ICONIC EAST LONDON BREWING COMPANY TO SELL AT BONHAMS
Equestrian IT workshop held in Lausanne
WINTER HIGHLIGHTS AT THE LIPIZZANER STUD PIBER
PRECIOUS CHRISTMAS GIFTS FROM THE SPANISH RIDING SCHOOL
Staff changes at FEI Headquarters
HM Queen Elizabeth II receives inaugural FEI Lifetime Achievement award
FEI Classics™ 2014/15 - Adelaide: Third time lucky for Manson
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