Soring Gaited Horses
October 28, 2006
According to an article on St. Louis' STLtoday.com, fireworks set off at Busch Stadium last night (Oct. 27) startled a police horse, causing it to buck off its rider. The celebratory fireworks were launched as the Cardinals game... Read More
October 05, 2006
The Equestrian Land Conservation Resource's (ELCR) leaders have decided to celebrate the organization's 10th anniversary by moving to the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington and by hiring their first chief executive officer to lead them into a new... Read More
September 20, 2006
In the wake of controversy over soring violations at the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration in Shelbyville, Tenn., in August, the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders and Exhibitors Association (TWHBEA) is aggressively pitching its plan to... Read More
August 30, 2006
News Channel 5 in Nashville, Tenn., reported on Saturday (Aug. 26) the postponement of the 68th annual Tennessee Walking Horse Celebration due to a soring controversy. The trainers' association suspended the celebration after federal inspectors... Read More
June 01, 2006
More than 26,000 wild horses and burros are currently housed in temporary Bureau of Land Management (BLM) holding sites, and Ford Motor Company is offering $200,000 to eligible rescue groups to reduce that number.
In May 2005, Ford... Read More
May 31, 2006
Friends of Sound Horses (FOSH) has analyzed data from over 2,800 suspensions imposed by the USDA and Horse Industry Organizations (HIOs) under the Horse Protection Operating Plans since 2002. ... Read More
April 18, 2006
Thirteen Michigan State University (MSU) students. Thirteen Arabian horses. One semester to put it all together.
Their hard work will pay off during the annual Spartan Spectacular Arabian Horse Auction, which will be held on... Read More
March 01, 2006
Horses have been an integral part of movies since The Great Train Robbery debuted in 1903 as a silent film. That pioneer production opened the floodgates for the western movie, and horses began galloping across the screen in waves until the late... Read More
April 05, 2004
The American Horse Council (AHC) has initiated efforts to update the National Economic Impact Study of the Horse Industry in the United States. The original study, completed in 1996 by Barents Group of Washington, D.C., established that... Read More
February 23, 2004
Twenty-five Quarter Horses were killed yesterday (Feb. 22) in a barn fire in Damascus, Md., according to an article in the online edition of The Baltimore Sun.
The... Read More
October 11, 2002
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is proposing to eliminate import requirements for canine and mule semen from anywhere in the world and for equine semen from Canada.
"We believe these changes are warranted because these imports pose n... Read More
October 16, 2001
Blood tests aren't magic, but they do have broad capability that ranges all the way from helping determine pregnancy to diagnosing rare diseases. So helpful are blood tests in making diagnoses that in most equine clinics and hospitals, they are... Read More
September 24, 1999
An Update From The American Veterinary Medical Association
Two Management Support Teams (MST) established by the National Disaster Medical System were discontinued Fri., Sept 17, 1999. Dr. Barry Kellogg and Dr.... Read More
February 01, 1999
For the protection of all American Quarter Horses and so American Quarter Horse owners better understand certain genetic diseases and prevent them being passed on to future generations, AQHA is making an effort by positively identifying all... Read More
April 03, 1998
The U.S. Department of Agriculture and Rob Biggers, a horse trainer in Columbus, Miss., have agreed to a consent decision and order regarding violations of the Horse Protection Act.
"Soring... Read More