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New Mayor Vows to Ban Carriage Horses in New York City
The NYC carriage industry has been the center of controversy for years, but that debate may end soon.


You Tell Us: Horsey New Year's Resolutions for 2014
Get some inspiration for a better 2014 from our readers' New Year's Resolutions.


Rose Parade Kicks off the New Year with Equestrian Extravagance
A variety of horse entries are featured in the traditional New Year's Day parade.


2013: The Year in Horses
From Rolex to dressage records and new research in equine science, here are the most popular stories from 2013.


Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro Take Dressage Grand Prix Freestyle World Record
The young British rider completed her trio of world records with a new high score in grand prix freestyle.


Reining Team Selection Trial for 2014 WEG Scheduled for April in Kentucky
The national team will be chosen at the Kentucky Reining Cup, held in conjunction with the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event.


Temporary horse-slaughter ban overturned in appeals court
An injunction to prohibit horse slaughter has been lifted, but the legal battle will continue.


USEF Announces 2013 Equestrians of Honor
All members of the horse community are invited to vote for Equestrian of the Year.


West Virginia Horse Rescue Wins Feed a Horse in Need Contest
Nutrena and Horse Illustrated have teamed up to provide feed for a rescue horse for one year.


Celebrate National Day of the Horse
Horse Illustrated's Facebook fans told us what horses mean to them in honor of National Day of the Horse.


Vote now for the 2013 USEF Horse of the Year
The USEF will honor two horses from the national and international levels of competition.


Riders asked to help fight for equine land conservation
Tax incentives to encourage land owners to preserve open space could expire at the end of 2013.


Historic equestrian sport receives United Nations recognition
The game of Chovqan has been added to the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding.


United States Equestrian Federation announces award winners for 2013
A rising star in the hunter/jumper ranks and a veteran Saddlebred trainer are among the honorees.


Weighing the Risks of Joint Injections
New research examines the risk of infection in horses after joint injections.


Photography Project Sheds Light on Equine Welfare
The Equine Photographers Network announces its annual Horses in Need project.


Grief counseling for horse and pet owners now available
A new University of Missouri program offers counseling for people who have lost a companion animal.


Is There Help for Crooked Riders?
A study looked at whether physiotherapy could help riders who sit crookedly on their horses.


Para-reining makes its debut at the 2013 AQHA World Show
Competitors from the para-dressage world gave western riding a spin at this month's show.


Why do horses crib?
Research suggests that when it comes to fixing stable vices, we've been doing it all wrong.


2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games tickets go on sale on Monday
This round of ticket sales will offer package deals for different events at next summer's games in Normandy, France.


Safe autumn grazing for horses
Cool temperatures can increase the risk of laminitis and other problems for some horses.


American Quarter Horse Association World Show is under way in Oklahoma
This celebration of the world's most popular horse breed is celebrating 40 years in 2013.


U.S. Dressage Finals under way in Kentucky
The inaugural event drew top horses and riders of all levels to compete at the Kentucky Horse Park.


Equine Affaire begins today in West Springfield, Mass.
The popular horse expo features big name clinicians from nearly every equestrian discipline.


A Horse Owner's Survival Guide to Fall and Winter
Winter stinks, but it doesn't have to wreck your riding. Here's how to stay sane through the darkest days of the year.


Scenes from the 2013 Alltech National Horse Show
Check out some images from the hunter, jumper and American Saddlebred competition that took place in Kentucky last week.


Hunters, jumpers and Saddlebreds share the spotlight at the Alltech National Horse Show
A former showcase event at Madison Square Garden, the show is now in its third year at the Kentucky Horse Park.


2018 FEI World Equestrian Games will be hosted in North America
Great Britain has withdrawn its bid to host the games. Only bids from the U.S. and Canada remain on the table.


Is Halloween candy safe for horses?
An equine nutrition expert explains how to decide what's safe for your horse.


Are you and your horse ready for Halloween?
Carve horsey pumpkins, create a great horse-and-rider costume and more.


Help horses in need on National Make a Difference Day
Saturday, Oct. 26 is designated as a day of volunteer service in America.


Washington International Horse Show begins today
The historic urban horse show takes place in the heart of the nation's capital.


Equine charity seeks support during Animal Planet's ROAR campaign
The EQUUS Foundation helps unwanted horses and supports equine-facilitated therapies.


Eight things to know about the U.S. Arabian and half-Arabian National Horse Show
The show is available to watch via live webcast through Oct. 26.


Keep your horse safe during a natural disaster
The Homes for Horses coalition offers advice for horse owners to prepare for emergencies.


Watch the Morgan Grand National and World Championship live
The versatile breed celebrates its most prestigious show in Oklahoma City this week.


Steffen Peters breaks records with his seventh national grand prix championship
Peters and Legolas 92 earned their winning score on Saturday night at the Kentucky Horse Park.


Cowboy Mounted Shooting World Championship begins on Wednesday
Admission is free for spectators to watch the best riders in this growing equestrian sport.


America's best dressage riders compete at the Festival of Champions this week
The competition is under way at the Kentucky Horse Park and runs through Saturday evening.


All-American Quarter Horse Congress is under way in Ohio
The world's largest single-breed show takes over the Ohio Expo Center Oct. 4-27.


HI Spy: What's on your holiday wish list?
The holiday season is on its way. What are you hoping to unwrap this year?


Protect your horses from fire this Fire Prevention Week
The National Fire Protection Association highlights fire safety from Oct. 6-12.


October 4th is World Animal Day
Celebrate your horse and other animal companions on this worldwide day of celebration.


Will the World Equestrian Games return to Kentucky?
Lexington, Ky. and Wellington, Fla. have submitted bids to host the 2018 games.


10th annual Friesian World and Grand National Championship Horse Show begins today
The American community of Friesian horse enthusiasts celebrates its breed through Oct 6.


Watch the Paso Fino Grand National live online this week
The U.S. championships for this unique breed are taking place at the Kentucky Horse Park.


September 28 is World Rabies Day
The disease is 100% fatal in horses but preventable through vaccination.


Watch Dressage at Devon live starting today
The popular and historic dressage competition features horses of all breeds and riders of all levels.


American Eventing Championships begins today in Texas
The national championship for the sport of three-day eventing will continue through Sunday, Sept. 29.

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