July 29, 2008
Nebraska's ban on horse tripping for sport went into effect July 18, but even as that state's authorities gear up to enforce the measure, similar legislation died on Arizona's Senate floor .
"We had nearly unanimous support all the way... Read More
July 27, 2008
On Derby Day 2008 shock waves traveled through the Thoroughbred world. A talented filly named Eight Belles finished second in the Kentucky Derby but after the finish, the filly stumbled and was euthanized on the track in front of more than... Read More
July 23, 2008
Farnam has expanded its assortment of SuperMask Miniature Horse Fly Masks to include two new designs for 2008: an A size mask without ears and an A/B size with ears.Â
July 16, 2008
Animent has created its first animal care product, Scratch n All, a high-quality, silicone rubber scratching and grooming pad created to allow animals to safely satisfy the need to self-groom and scratch. The pads are designed for use in stables... Read More
June 25, 2008
June 21, 2008
The use of heavy-duty vehicles to transport horses consumes more energy than most passenger cars. However, horse owners can take several steps to maximize their fuel economy.
"Horse owners can do their part to reduce their fuel consumption wit... Read More
May 30, 2008
The Illinois Senate recently passed HB 5076, sending the bill into the hands of Governor Rod Blagojevich. The legislation contains "Good Samaritan" provisions to protect rescuers, including veterinarians, from being sued if they rescue... Read More
May 27, 2008
Authorities said two riders were injured when a pickup truck hit their horses from behind on Indiana 135 in Jackson County, Ind.
Jackson County Sheriff's Deputy Dustin Steward said the driver fell asleep while driving northbound on Indiana... Read More
April 22, 2008
At the recent Sound Horse Conference, leading animal welfare organizations joined with Tennessee Walking Horse industry groups to announce the formation of the new Alliance to End Soring. The conference took place April 11 and 12 in... Read More
March 27, 2008
The Ohio Veterinary Medical Licensing Board has approved the Sound Horse Conference for 9.75 hours of continuing education (CE) credit. The conference is being held at The Ohio State University April 11 and 12, 2008.
Soring is the... Read More
March 11, 2008
February 29, 2008
Dover Saddlery will open a new store in Alpharetta, Ga., in late summer 2008.
The new 10,000 square foot facility, located three miles north of the Alpharetta Horse Park, will service the area's growing equestrian market. From basic riding... Read More
February 20, 2008
The Equestrian Land Conservation Resource (ELCR) has joined the group One Percent For The Planet as part of its effort to raise awareness, provide useful information, and attract funding to help conserve land and preserve trail access for... Read More
February 15, 2008
Using a three-layer Hydroweave technology, Equine Koozie is an easy way to help minimize heat stress. It works by absorbing sweat and transferring heat from the horse through the fabric's inner core to the outer core, where it is evaporated, ... Read More
February 04, 2008
It was an epic battle of the creatures in the Super Bowl ads, ranging from the cute to the menacing to the inexplicably rhythmic. A band of lizard-like reptiles cutting the rug to Michael Jackson's "Thriller"? Hey, it's the Super Bowl.
Much... Read More
January 12, 2008
Organized gambling on horse races might return to China next year for the first time since the ruling Communist Party seized power in 1949, the official Xinhua News Agency said Friday.
The central government has approved regular horse... Read More
January 07, 2008
Horse owners can stave off winter-induced horse withdrawal and get some equine education through The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. The school will be hosting a series of classes to provide timely and practical updates on... Read More
November 29, 2007
The Board of Directors of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration recently announced that Chief Executive Officer and Show Manager Ron Thomas, will no longer serve in that position.
After an extensive career in the insurance... Read More
November 26, 2007
Nominations have opened for two-year membership appointments to the committee that advises the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture on actions necessary to prevent the introduction of foreign livestock and poultry diseases into the United States.... Read More
November 22, 2007
Seven decades after buying his first horse, an Idaho horseman who developed his own breed is selling more than half his herd.
77-year-old Neil Hinck planned to sell about 215 horses over the weekend in Caldwell.
He bought his firs... Read More
November 06, 2007
Authorities were investigating the killing and mutilation of an 11-year-old girl's pet horse in Central Minnesota.
Katie Symalla discovered her horse, Savannah, dead in the field by her family's farm in Long Prairie on Saturday.
She wa... Read More
October 30, 2007
Two endangered Mexican gray wolves have been targeted for removal from the Gila National Forest in southwestern New Mexico.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service authorized the trapping of the wolves, both part of the Aspen Pack, because the... Read More
October 28, 2007
October 28, 2007
A late-night fire swept through a northern Indiana barn Oct. 25 killing a man and 22 horses he was hired to care for, police said.
John Lesniak, 60, died in the barn, which was fully engulfed in flames when police and firefighters arrive... Read More
October 26, 2007
A public forum to discuss a new state law concerning the sale of horses in Florida will be held Oct. 29 in Tallahassee.