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Culver's Donates Nearly a Half-Million Dollars in Support of the American Farmer
Culver's Donates Nearly a Half-Million Dollars in Support of the American Farmer

Thank You Farmers continues to deliver after its first two years
PRAIRIE DU SAC, Wis. - January 27, 2015 - Culver's restaurants across the nation continue to build support for America's farm families as part of the chain's Thank You Farmers initiative. After the second year of the program, Culver's has connected with people all over the United States, spreading the Thank You Farmers message through efforts such as:

A larger-than-life Thank You Farmers corn maze in Tracy, Minn.
Three blue barns sharing a giant thank you to America's farmers
A nationwide coloring contest that gave young guests the chance to be featured in Culver's 2015 Thank You Farmers calendar
In-restaurant fundraising backed by the efforts of more than 380 restaurants
The results after two years? Nearly a half-million dollars raised in support of the National FFA Foundation, local FFA chapters and a variety of local agriculture organizations.

Jan 27, 2015, 11:38

National
National Day of the Cowboy Update
National Day of the Cowboy Update

The big news today is that on Friday, January 23, 2015, Virginia became the 9th state to pass the National Day of the Cowboy in perpetuity. This is the result of the work of a very recent NDOC volunteer, Darrell Wyatt of Amelia, Virginia. His sponsor for the bill was VA Delegate, Tommy Wright, so if you would, please take a moment to let Delegate Wright know you appreciate his support and that of the Virginia legislature which passed the bill unanimously.

On that same note, the community of Amelia, Virginia is hosting its first National Day of the Cowboy celebration on July 25, 2015. I am honored to be the Grand Marshal of their inaugural event and invite you to attend if you can make it.

Jan 27, 2015, 11:35

Arizona
February 2015 EVENTS
February 2015 EVENTS
Please join us for the array of events happening in the month of February!

For more details visit our website at www.westernmuseum.org or call at 928-684-2272.
Location of 21 N. Frontier Street, Wickenburg unless noted otherwise.

Desert Adventure Tour:

Dutch Oven Cooking at Boyd Ranch
February 3rd from 9am to 3pm,
$85 members/$110 non-members
Hop aboard for an informative journey highlighting
Wickenburg’s beginnings and central AZ historic
landmarks as we whisk guests away to Boyd Ranch,
where Mark “Dutch” Wilkins will teach proper Dutch
oven care, meal preparation and cooking techniques.
Transportation is provided and guests will dine on
their very own Dutch oven creations while sharing in
other fun activities while waiting for meals to cook.
DCWM Book Club ‘The Wrong Hill to Die On’ by Donis Casey
Museum volunteer Priscilla Fenner will be moderator

Jan 27, 2015, 11:28

Arizona
Truck Talk - with Nate Brekken
Truck Talk - with Nate Brekken

Had a great question recently from one of our loyal Bridle and Bit readers asking if you should let your diesel truck warm up in the driveway (3-20 minutes) before you drive it. Although there are many ways to look at it, and several systems on your truck to consider, the overall answer in my opinion is NO.
One thing has never changed with a diesel engine, at idle, they use more air than fuel during a cold engine startup. Your diesel engine uses (depending on make) glow plugs, or intake air heaters, or a mix of both, to help aid in starting in the morning or during cold ambient temperature startups.

Jan 27, 2015, 11:17

Arizona
On the Road................. with Justin Legler
On the Road................. with Justin Legler This month's column is trailer maintenance and up keep.

When was the last time you serviced your trailer or simply just repacked the bearings?? Yes serviced your trailer like you do your car according to the sticker reminder in your windshield. Some of you might be saying, I need to do that. The answer is YES. Don't feel bad because 60% of people neglect their trailer of service, flat forget, or didn't realize they needed to do until its too late. Ever see that rig when your leaving town on the side of the road with the tire missing, horses unloaded? Better yet, who's been there? That's caused by a burnt bearing that did not get a proper service before the adventure. Horrible feeling and usually a mood killer to say the least. I hate to even admit, I fell victim last month myself coming back from Flagstaff AZ so it happens to us all. Just hit Phoenix, I'm within 20 minutes from Imperial and in the mirror I see the dreaded blue smoke and a kind driver blowing his horn at me like the world is ending telling me I had a problem. Lo and behold, I too just smoked a bearing.. Luckily I seen it in time, was able to get off the road and I pulled the entire tire and hub off by hand.. Another mile it would have probably passed me on the road. When a bearing burns, the hub face separates from the hub assembly due to the bearing having failed. Caught in time like I did, it usually is an easy fix but the damage it does when you don't, well it can be costly.

Jan 26, 2015, 14:50

Arizona
Food for Thought
Food for Thought
By Rocco Wachman

The weather this winter had been a nightmare for a big part of the Country so far this year and we have been in very pleasant place here in Arizona this first month of 2015. I look forward to more of the same and will enjoy all the events that are planned here before the weather turns warm again on us in late April. I am not one to leave the seclusion of the Ranch and the company of my dogs often but there is too much going on to try and ignore it all. You know for more that forty years Arizona has been a Mecca for many horse disciplines due to the fact you can ride on average, 340 days a year. The Barrett Jackson Car Auction, The Waste Management Open, Sun Circuit Quarter Horse Show, Scottsdale’s Arabian Horse Show will cause a quagmire of traffic and special event signs in the area of Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd and Pima Rd. Hmmmmm…….. I almost forgot to mention. The Parada Del Sol Rodeo Festival and Parade is coming also.

Jan 26, 2015, 14:11

California
California Chrome a Worthy Champion
California Chrome a Worthy Champion

The final chapter in another tumultuous year for the sport came to an end Saturday with a logical and satisfying conclusion. California Chrome was crowned as 2014's Horse of the Year at the Eclipse Award dinner, winning by a larger than expected margin and reminding us that the award does indeed cover the 12 months in a year rather than just the two days at the Breeders' Cup.

California Chrome, the Kentucky Derby/Preakness winner, racked up 143 HOY votes, which amounted to a substantially larger figure than the combined totals for the other two finalists, turf star Main Sequence (53) and Breeders' Cup Classic winner Bayern (36).

Given the quandary many voters faced over California Chrome's diminished form after the Preakness, Main Sequence's turf-only campaign and Bayer's weathering of a controversial stewards inquiry in the BC Classic, the abundance of flaws seemed destined to create a tight vote. Yet even if California Chrome won only one of his four races after June 1, he was still the year's brightest star -- apparently by far.


Benoit Photo
California Chrome won the Horse of the Year title on the strength of two Classic wins and a victory on turf.

Jan 25, 2015, 18:11

California
California Chrome is Horse of the Year
California Chrome is Horse of the Year

California Chrome's rags-to-riches story keeps getting better.
The winner of the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness last year picked up two Eclipse Awards at Gulfstream Park on Saturday night, including horse of the year — the biggest prize, one that would have figured to be unthinkable for the offspring of an $8,000 mare and $2,500 stallion.

California Chrome also won the Eclipse for 3-year-old males, getting more than three times the first-place nods that went to Breeders' Cup Classic champion Bayern.

"This has been an incredible journey," said Steve Coburn, California Chrome's co-owner.

California Chrome's bid to become the sport's first Triple Crown winner since 1978 was foiled in the Belmont Stakes when he finished tied for fourth, but his year was still an unmistakable success with just over $4 million in earnings and six wins in nine starts.

Jan 25, 2015, 18:09

California
57th Annual Golden Gate Arabian & Half-Arabian Horse Show
57th Annual Golden Gate Arabian & Half-Arabian Horse Show

March 27 - 29, 2015 Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Lyttle Cow Palace
24 Championship Buckle Classes
$500 Prize Pro-AM Class
$500 Prize Halter Class
Presentation of Sale Horses Event
Judge: Richard Petty
Sport Horse Judge: Beverly Jovais
Trail Course Designer: Michael Damianos
Show Secretary: Nancy Goertzen
Approved AHA and USEF - Region 3 Qualifier

Jan 25, 2015, 18:03

Horse Racing
Chrome right choice for Horse of the Year award
Chrome right choice for Horse of the Year award

EVEN before California Chrome won the Eclipse Award for Horse of the Year on Saturday people were complaining that the important US prize had become a popularity contest.

The legendary Zenyatta was crowned champ in 2010 after being beaten a nose in the Breeders' Cup Classic, while Havre De Grace took the 2011 title after running fourth in the Classic. Now California Chrome can be added to the list of people's favourites to grab the title after a defeat in the most important race in the US.

The award used to be a rubber stamp for Classic winners to crown their status as the leading 1m2f performer, yet now different types of horse are winning; horses who were beaten in the Classic - horses who just so happen to also have the largest following.

On the face of it the critics appear to be right. The conventional male dirt champion over 1m2f has not won the award since Curlin in 2008 - and even he didn't win the Classic that year, finishing fourth to Raven's Pass on Santa Anita's short-lived Pro-Ride surface.

But the reason voters (mainly racing journalists from across America) have turned to these other types is not based on popularity alone. It's because the country hasn't had an outstanding 1m2f male dirt performer since Curlin.

In 2009 the leading females were beating the males left right and centre. Rachel Alexandra took the award for her flawless campaign and the following year the incomparable Zenyatta was crowned queen despite that defeat.

In 2011 a little known turf specialist called Wise Dan actually posted the best dirt performance of the year and after 20-1 shot Drosselmeyer plugged on past his rivals to take the Classic voters were again left with no conventional option. They went for another popular one in distaff champion Havre De Grace.

For the next two seasons we still couldn't find an outright dirt champion and turf star Wise Dan took the award. Then this year there was that horribly inconclusive, argy-bargy, pace-biased Breeders' Cup Classic won in controversial fashion by Bayern.

The favourite for that race, Shared Belief, had the potential to become the first conventional champion since Curlin, but after getting bumped at the start he failed to sparkle and finished fourth.

Faced with a shortlist of Bayern, California Chrome and Main Sequence the voters probably came down on the side of reason, not just popularity, in electing the bargain basement Californian as their Horse of the Year.

Speed figures legend Andy Beyer argued late last year that voters shouldn't over-think the award - that Bayern deserved it on merit - but many would also conclude that Bayern had already walked away with more than he deserved from 2014.

Ignoring US turf champion Main Sequence (RPR 118) for obvious reasons, the voters were left with California Chrome. He happens to be popular, but, as with all the recent Eclipse winner, he also had everything he needed in the form book.

Earlier in the year he looked the star of the three-year-old division, winning the Santa Anita Derby, Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes before coming within two-lengths of landing the triple crown when fourth in the Belmont Stakes despite picking up a hoof injury.

In the Breeders' Cup Classic he was probably the best horse on the day given the way the race panned out - he raced wide of the winner and runner-up throughout and kept on best against the pace-bias to be beaten a nose and a neck.

And, yes, he happened to be bred by an inexperienced team who refer to themselves as dumbasses and who bred the colt in one of the lowest profile matings of the year. And, yes, he happens to be trained by an affable 77-year-old in Art Sherman, but the back story is simply the icing on the cake.

Since 2007 Eclipse voters haven't had the option to rubber stamp a conventional champion. They have been forced to think outside the box. But in California Chrome they got it right again. The form book and the people are in harmony.

Jan 25, 2015, 17:59

Horse Health
SIU Research Looks to Solve Equine Colic Mystery
SIU Research Looks to Solve Equine Colic Mystery

Colic. It’s a grim word with dire meaning for horse owners. It kills backyard ponies and million-dollar race horses alike. The early signs can be subtle, easily missed. And by the time the signs are unmistakable, sometimes it’s too late.

Erin Venable, MS, PhD, assistant professor of equine science at Southern Illinois University (SIU) Carbondale and an equine nutrition authority, isn't the first researcher to want to find a cure. But she is one of a small number with access to one of the best research tools available: cannulated horses, eight of them.

A cannulated horse is one that's undergone a cecal cannulation procedure. That means the horse has a surgical portal through which researchers can access the section of the horse’s gastrointestinal tract called the cecum, which is the anterior portion of the large intestine, or the hindgut, which is where a horse does most of its digesting. The cecal cannulation makes it possible for researchers to sample intestinal contents in order to study nutritional or digestive physiology.

Jan 25, 2015, 17:57

World
California Chrome Voted 2014 Horse of the Year
California Chrome Voted 2014 Horse of the Year

Last year’s Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner California Chrome has been voted 2014 Horse of the Year at the 44th annual Eclipse Awards, presented on Saturday by Daily Racing Form, Breeders’ Cup and The Stronach Group. The Eclipse Awards, held at Gulfstream Park, honor excellence in Thoroughbred racing and are voted on by representatives of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association, Daily Racing Form (DRF) and the National Turf Writers And Broadcasters (NTWAB).

Owned by Steve Coburn and Perry Martin, and trained by Art Sherman, California Chrome finished first in the Horse of the Year balloting with 143 votes, followed by Flaxman Holdings’ Main Sequence, the Older Male and Male Turf champion, with 53 votes; Kaleem Shah’s Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Bayern, with 36 votes; Jungle Racing and partners’ Shared Belief, with 12 votes; the champion 3-year-old filly Untapable with 11 votes and 2012 and 2013 Horse of the Year Wise Dan with six votes, among the leading vote recipients.

Jan 25, 2015, 17:52

Who's Who!
Famous Farrier to be Honored
Famous Farrier to be Honored

Designing a horseshoe for disabled horses was just one of the many accomplishments of W.M. Bill Jenkins.
Jenkins–Chickasha centenarian, master craftsman and celebrity farrier–had an expansive career.
"The Legacy of W.M. 'Bill' Jenkins the Farrier" will be the subject of the 6th Annual Storytelling and Soul Food Evening at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 7 at the University of Science and Art of Oklahoma.
The Storytelling and Soul Food Evening takes place every February and is presented by the Loretta Y. Jackson African American Historical Society.
The organization's founder, Loretta Y. Jackson, said Jenkins was an active member of the Chickasha community. He was the longest serving deacon of the First Baptist Church on Dakota Ave. Jenkins also owned four shops in Chickasha.

Jan 25, 2015, 17:47

California
Roll Out The Barrels For Big Bear
Roll Out The Barrels For Big Bear

Big Bear was well represented Jan. 3-4 at the National Barrel Horse Association California District 18 awards.
In the open class, Mikayla Carlson, riding Ima Rowdy Cowboy and sponsored by Carlson Custom Homes, took top honors in winning the 1D Champion title.
Christine Bennett, riding CR Prince and sponsored by All Mountain Feed, won the 1D Reserve Champion title, just three points behind Carlson. And Cathy Coogan, riding Doc and sponsored by Century 21 Bonnie Blue, took the top spot in 3D, winning 3D Champion.
In the youth class, Carlson, riding Cruizin Dooley and sponsored by Carlson Custom Homes, was third in 3D. Coogan, on Doc and sponsored by Steven H. Baker Construction, was third in 3D in the senior class.

Jan 25, 2015, 17:42

California
Firefighters Free Horse Trapped in California Sinkhole
Firefighters Free Horse Trapped in California Sinkhole

With the help of an excavator, San Luis Obispo county fire crews freed a horse after it became stuck in a sinkhole.

The crews, along with a veterinarian, responded to a report of a horse stuck in hole off of Noyes Rd in Arroyo Grande, California

Some two hours later it was reported that the horse was successfully removed from the hole.

Jan 25, 2015, 17:37

National
HORSE INDUSTRY PROVIDES 50K JOBS ANNUALLY
HORSE INDUSTRY PROVIDES 50K JOBS ANNUALLY


By Christina Sturgis
Kentucky is No. 1 when it comes to horses, with their sales totaling $179 million, according to data released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

In second place is Florida, where sales totaled $162 million, but the battle at the finish line has been contentious since the Ocala region of the Sunshine State started calling itself “the horse capital of the world” – a claim to fame also made by Lexington here in the Bluegrass State.

The sale of equines, which includes horses, ponies, mules, burros and donkeys, represents Kentucky’s sixth most valuable agricultural product, accounting for 3.5 percent of sales. The top five product groupings are: grains, oilseeds, dry beans and dry peas; poultry and eggs; cattle and calves; tobacco; and milk from cows.

The American Horse Council, a trade association based in Washington, D.C., presented the economic value of horses more broadly in its 2005 study: The Kentucky horse industry produces goods and services valued at $2.3 billion and directly provides 51,900 full-time equivalent jobs. It’s no wonder some are looking to move to the state.

The council states there are 320,200 horses in the Bluegrass State and more than 50 percent of them are involved in showing and recreation.

Florida beat Kentucky in the Horse Council 2005 study, with goods and services totaling $3.0 billion and directly provides 38,300 full-time equivalent jobs. The council said the Sunshine State has 500,000 horses and more than 60 percent of them are involved in showing and recreation.

Following Kentucky and Florida in horse sales are Texas, $149 million; California, $62 million; and New York; $58 million. But even Philadelphia, the city that made Rocky a box office champ, has a horse story: Smarty Jones, who was stabled at Philadelphia Park, won the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, but lost the Belmont Stakes in 1994. He now resides at the Northview Stallion Station in Lancaster County, Penn.

The most recent Census of Agriculture was released in May but covers 2012. It states Kentucky’s Equine Inventory and Sales are concentrated in Fayette, Bourbon, Scott and Woodford Counties.

Jan 25, 2015, 17:35

California
Don’t put the bullet train through L.A. horse country
Don’t put the bullet train through L.A. horse country

By The Los Angeles News Group Editorial Board, The Pasadena Star-News
Artists rendering of the planned Bullet Train

If you’re not in favor of a project in the first place, do you still have the right to quibble about the details if that project were in fact to go forward?

Of course you do. In your opposition, you haven’t given up any rights about working to alter future possible realities. Even if the plan is a boneheaded one, as is the proposed bullet train to link Los Angeles and San Francisco, that doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t be less boneheaded in the event it were built.

The editorial board has long joined with many Californians who have been entirely skeptical of the boondoggle that is the current proposed rail line. In fact, it isn’t the idea itself that is just plain wrong. We recognize that very fast trains in other nations, from China to Japan to much of Western Europe, have high-speed rail lines that are efficient options for travel, especially in this age when airline travel has become so problematic.

But the California public was sold a bill of goods seven years ago when voters approved a bond measure for what seemed like the reasonable price of less than $10 billion to fund the construction of the train.

But, surprise, surprise, the construction budget has now ballooned to, in even conservative estimates, a whopping $68 billion. The proposed route, rather than efficiently going up the wide-open center of Interstate 5, winds all over the place in ways that seemingly have more to do with politics than propriety. It simply isn’t clear that there is any great demand among travelers who can now get by automobile from here to the Bay Area in less than six hours for an expensive ticket on a wildly expensive train. The billions would without a doubt be better spent on shoring up the already existing transit infrastructure, from potholed and gridlocked freeways to existing Amtrak rail lines, than on this train.

But if it were to be built, it’s quite clear that California doesn’t need to add to its already inflated costs by taking the train in a series of wildly expensive tunnels north of Los Angeles in the San Gabriel Mountains.

That’s why this very late proposal has drawn adamant opposition from area critics who call the route “the yellow banana.” That opposition was doubled when the California High-Speed Rail Authority revealed plans for a so-called East Corridor, with three alternative routes running directly through Lake View Terrace.

As Staff Writer Dana Bartholomew quoted one of the opponents in a story last week: “These new alternatives, from the yellow banana to the East Corridor, we got blindsided by them,” said David DePinto, a board member of the Shadow Hills Property Owners Association who helped form a group called SAFE, or Save Angeles Forest for Everyone, to battle a bullet train around or beneath Valley equestrian neighborhoods. “We feel like we were attacked. This came out of nowhere.

“This area has earned a reputation as the last intact equestrian community in the city of Los Angeles. It is now under threat.”

It’s amazing that a megalopolis such as Los Angeles still does have a middle-class neighborhood with horse country and semi-rural delights. Our Angeles National Forest is an extraordinary recreational resource that simply doesn’t need another intrusion of big infrastructure. Don’t build this bullet train — but if you do, stick to the route along Highway 14.

Jan 25, 2015, 17:32

National
Wild-horse activists kicked out of BLM meeting in Nevada
Wild-horse activists kicked out of BLM meeting in Nevada

Two employees of an international animal protection organization were escorted by police from a public meeting in northern Nevada after disrupting it to protest the U.S. Bureau of Land Management's handling of wild horses. After an agency official gave a brief presentation about the plan, Birnkrant grabbed the microphone, displayed a yellow strip of crime scene tape and shouted that the agency and ranchers have committed "crimes against wild horses.

Jan 25, 2015, 17:27

Arizona
13 mini horses arrive at Triple R Horse Rescue All search for forever homes for the new year
13 mini horses arrive at Triple R Horse Rescue
All search for forever homes for the new year

13 mini horses in a multitude of petite sizes and colors, made their way from Florida to Triple R Horse Rescue’s ranch in Cave Creek, Ariz. All of the tiny horses are anxious to find forever homes with loving families and horse lovers during the holiday season. With names like Tawny, Snowflake, Blaze, Jimmy Blue, Fancy, Bucky Girl and Biggatie, they all are ready to meet their future new owners.

This amazingly large group of minis is eager to get settled as soon as possible. Each mini horse is available for adoption at Triple R Horse Rescue, which is located at 6206 East Rockaway Hills Drive in Cave Creek, Ariz. Persons interested in adopting the tiny horses can make an appointment by calling Christy at 480-243-2154.

Jan 25, 2015, 17:14

Who's Who!
A Horse, Of Course-World’s Greatest Harness Horse
A Horse, Of Course-World’s Greatest Harness Horse

By Don Blazer

Albatross started life as a small cold out of an unproven mare. No one wanted him. As if that wasn’t bad enough, he had that awful name. He wasn’t a big, web-footed bird. A group of five men got together to purchase the mare, Voodoo Hanover, and have her bred to Meadow Skipper. The result was Albatross—basically a cull (not a gull). The mare was bred again. This time she had a filly. Nothing much to brag about. So, the mare and her two foals were sold for $11,000.

Jan 25, 2015, 17:07


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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
IEA Hunter Jumper Show in Queen Creek
AHJA Finals To Return To Scottsdale Again In 2014
English Riding
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
Español
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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
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
GET READY FOR FOALING SEASON WITH PRESENTATION BY COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY REPRODUCTIVE EXPERTS
Hemp Seeds Rival Soybeans in Protein Quality
Stalling Young Horses Alters Normal Bone Growth
Dr. Getty urges: “Don’t let your horse develop an ulcer!”
Prepare for Spring Deworming with Superior Results
Arthur Andrew Medical Introduces New Products to REALLY Help Your Animals
Handheld Blood Test for Horses
Veterinarian Wins Go With the Gold Sweepstakes Merial Awards Trip to Las Vegas
Does that “hay belly” really mean your horse is fat?
Colorado State University equine reproduction experts offer foaling course in Arizona
Sand Colic
Antibiotics, Antifungals, Antivirals for Horses
Ebola and pets: "It’s time to be cautious, but no time for panic”
The unshod horse: A competitive disadvantage in dressage?
Dr. Getty’s Tip: Reduce Risk of Infection When Traveling
Horse Racing
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
CALIFORNIA-BRED RED OUTLAW ULTRA IMPRESSIVE IN WINNING $75,000 UNIFORMITY STAKES
"Ship And Win" In Place Once More For Del Mar November Meet
Im Beau Brown Takes Zoetis Starter Allowance
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
THE BEN AVERY MOUNTED SHOOTING CENTER DEVELOPMENT
National
Culver's Donates Nearly a Half-Million Dollars in Support of the American Farmer
National Day of the Cowboy Update
HORSE INDUSTRY PROVIDES 50K JOBS ANNUALLY
Wild-horse activists kicked out of BLM meeting in Nevada
Barn & Stable Management 5 Time Management Tips For Getting Barn Chores Done
USEF Announces Protocol Regarding Helmet Cameras
The Rising Role of Women in Agriculture
Horse owners learn latest in research at Purina Animal Nutrition equine VIP events
Horse owners learn latest in research at Purina Animal Nutrition equine VIP events
Kiefer Manufacturing Distributes Top Sales Awards to Dealers
Thirteenth Annual Pennsylvania Horse World Expo Features Trail Champions Challenge, Equi-Tainment, Top Clinicians, Theatre Equus
ARK DEVELOPMENT, LLC SIGNS 30-YEAR LEASE WITH THE PORT AUTHORITY Of NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY TO DEVELOP AND OVERSEE THE ARK AT JFK
Location and Quality Driving Current Land Values Supply and Demand Supporting the Land Market
PRCA Rodeo & Epic Night of the Horse™ Tickets Now Available!
Ranch Sorting National Champions
Central Park Horse Show Releases Exciting New Highlight Video
Thoroughbred Makeover Open For Entries with $100,000 Incentive
"You Can Be the Difference" Forage Donation
Start the New Year off right for you and your horse! Enter the giveaway for a chance to win FREE Standlee Product and a Clinton Anderson DVD or book.
America’s Newest Equestrian Destination for Summer Shows.
Paint & Color Breeds
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
News and notes from the rodeo trail, Oct.20
Around the World Show: Ton of Success
PBRIP Barrel Burners
Silver Linings at the 2014 Farnam Breeders Trust Select Sale
Around the World Show: Destined for Greatness
Paints earn big checks in Farnam Pleasure Stakes classes
Around the World Show: Parental Pride
APHA and USTRC team up for Cowtown Shootout
Shoot for cash at the CMSA World Championship
Polo
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
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
Celebrating 75 Years
"Breeding A Legacy" Exhibit
Genetic Testing Form Online
AQHA Prevails in Cloning Lawsuit
Markel AQHA Cowtown Showdown
AQHYA Members Pair Up With Yearlings
AQHA One Million Fans Celebration
NRHA Sire & Dam Online Auction Closing Soon!
Qualifying for the 2015 AQHA World Shows
75th Anniversary Membership Cards
American Quarter Horse Stallion Directory
America's Horse in Art
Competition Licenses Are Expiring
Stallion Nomination Deadline Extended
STEP Program Grant Recipients Named
STEP Program Grant Recipients Named
Records Shattered at 2014 AQHA World Show
AQHA Performance Bonus Awarded at USTRC National Finals
WCHA Classes Wrap Up at AQHA World Show
Lauren DeVoe wins the collegiate challenge at the 2014 AQHA World Show
Reining
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
Fonck wins his first IRHA/IRHBA/NRHA Futurity on Lil Ruf Whiz N Tag
Cody Sapergia becomes NRHA’s Newest Million Dollar Rider
Lucas Oil Becomes Presenting Sponsor of Level 4 Open
Cody Sapergia becomes NRHA’s Newest Million Dollar Rider
2014 IRHA/IRHBA/NRHA Futurity & Italian Championship Manerbio, November 8-15th
NRHA Expands Medications Testing for 2015
NRHA Expands Medications Testing for 2015
NRHA Futurity News & Schedule
Schmersals Relocate to Arizona
Spooks Delta Dude shows his colors at Canadian Supreme
Rodeos
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
Erickson wins RMCFR title for third year in row
PBR RING OF HONOR LEGENDS RETURN TO COMPETITION IN “UNFINISHED BUSINESS” PAY-PER-VIEW EVENT
Frost fever rides again
Foss rides momentum to hot start in 2015
News & notes from the rodeo trail, Jan. 20
Bareback rider Colletti may miss 2015 season
News & notes from the rodeo trail, Jan. 12
John Walter, July 3, 1942 – Jan. 3, 2015
Taylor Wins First WPRA Barrel Racing World Title
Lyndal Hurst and Brad Vogele did Double Duty at the NFR
It’s a Tough Job, but Someone Has to Do It
The Magnitude of the National Finals Rodeo: Beyond the Thomas & Mack
Miss Rodeo America title in good hands going forward
Legends abound at Wrangler NFR’s 30th reunion
Money increase in 2015 could be game-changer
Roping
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
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
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!
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
Developing a Strong Bond with Your Horse
Developing a Strong Bond with Your Horse
Madden Makes History Winning USEF Equestrian of the Year Title for Fourth Time at 2014 Pegasus Awards
Donald Laws, Oct. 19, 1936 – Jan. 17, 2015
Mildred Janowitz Dies
AGCO founder Robert J. Ratliff inducted into AEM Hall of Fame Ratliff celebrated as leader in the equipment industry
Boehringer Ingelheim Announces Annual Equine Research Award Winners Five recipients selected receive $15,000 each
Equestrian Heroes Celebrated at FEI Awards Gala 2014 presented by Longines, Collier Wins Against All Odds Award
Tom's first appearance at Prescott's Frontier Days Rodeo came in 1909
2015 Miss Rodeo America Pageant: Saturday, December 6 at the MGM Grand Hollywood Theatre
Anne Von Rosen Greets Fans And Friends At Turf Paradise As She Recovers From Injuries Suffered Last Year
Cowhorse-Cutting
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
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
2015 AMERICANA offers Europe’s Leading Bronze Trophy Open:
Equine disease outbreaks for the second quarter of 2014 listed
2015 AMERICANA: Cutting World Cup Open
Embedding Equitation Science into teaching and practice of equestrian professionals
Draw of tickets for the Final 4 of the Jumping and the closing ceremony : registration starts on April 24
Draw of tickets for the Final 4 of the Jumping and the closing ceremony : registration starts on April 24
Centuries-Old Sport Comes to Life in Rural Afghanistan
Team USA wins FEI Young Rider Nations Cup
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