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Equine slaughter operation planned for Roswell, N.M.If approved, the plant would be the first to slaughter horses in the United States since 2007.
Safeguard American Food Exports Act proposed to ban horse slaughterThe act was proposed in response to the European horse-meat scandal and possibility of horse slaughter in America.
USEF to discuss show horse welfare at first in a series of town hall meetingsSeven meetings are scheduled throughout the year to cover topics of importance to the equestrian industry.
Equine herpes virus update from the American Association of Equine PractitionersSeveral recent cases around the country have brought attention to this highly contagious disease.
Celebrate the Appaloosa: Design the next Trail of Painted Ponies figurineA design contest has been launched to celebrate 75 years of the Appaloosa Horse Club.
U.S. show jumpers win Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup competition in FloridaThe U.S. team, which included three Olympic veterans, were successful in their first outing under new chef d'equipe Robert Ridland.
Official "Retired from Racing" designation created for registered ThoroughbredsAn amended rule will allow retired race horses to remain eligible for breeding, but prevent a return to the track.
Infographic explains details of the European horse meat scandalThe Australian Institute of Food Safety has compiled the data on this convoluted case.
Show Ring Stress: Are horses affected by an audience?Researchers in Vienna measured how horses and riders reacted to performing in front of spectators.
Horseback riding for fitness promoted in new British Equestrian Federation program"Trot to be Trim" aims to promote equestrianism for health and wellness.
Farriers Assistance Program helps hoofcare professionals in times of needThe program gives farriers the opportunity for networking and assistance in case of injury.
Treatment Options for Joint Inflammation
Horse tests positive for EHV-1 at Ocala, Fla. horse showSeveral Florida facilities have been placed under full or partial quarantine to reduce the risk of a larger outbreak.
How Horses Identify HumansResearch shows that horses recognize humans through a combination of sight and sound.
One-third of American horse owners consider their equines to be part of the familyA survey conducted by the American Veterinary Medical Association reveals trends in how people think of their animals.
Expanded helmet rules for U.S. Dressage riders take effect April 1.No more top hats for national competitors—all dressage riders will be required to wear helmets starting this season.
Watch the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show live onlineNearly every equestrian discipline is represented at the show which runs Feb. 14-24.
Racing legend Rachel Alexandra is in serious condition following foaling complicationsThe 2009 Horse of the Year gave birth to a filly earlier this week.
Horse meat in prepared foods leads to greater scrutiny of the food-supply chainSeveral beef products sold in European countries have been found to contain horse meat.
Video: Hunter riders cowboy up to win Who Reins Supreme? competition for charityThe annual event in Florida raised funds for the Equestrian Aid Foundation.
International three-day eventing community shares ideas for horse and rider safetyThe sixth annual Risk Management Seminar for eventing nations focused on improving riding and training methods for increased safety.
Grant money available for research on the therapeutic effects of horsesThe Horses and Humans Research Foundation has helped fund equine therapy research projects since 2006.
Competitive trail riders will help horses in need in 2013The Unwanted Horse Coalition and American Competitive Trail Horse Association have joined together in a new initiative.
Horse Illustrated magazine and HorseChannel.com acquired by I-5 PublishingNewly formed joint venture acquired the books, magazines and websites of BowTie Inc.
Rare Grevy's Zebra foal born at The Phoenix Zoo in ArizonaThe colt will be named in a public event on Wednesday, Feb. 6.
Noted Arabian breeder Ruth "Bazy" Tankersley dies at age 91Tankersley founded the legendary Al-Marah Arabians in Arizona in 1941.
Budweiser Clydsdale ad named Super Bowl's top commercial by USA TODAYThe heartstring-tugging ad earned the top spot in USA TODAY's Ad Meter.
Last Call for Equine Industry Vision Award NominationsThe annual award honors someone who has contributed to the growth of the equine industry.
Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event benefits equine land conservationThe Equine Land Conservation Resource has been a beneficiary of the Event since 2008.
Enter your horse photos in the 2013 Equine Ideal Online Photography ContestThe Equine Photographers' Network sponsors this annual contest to showcase the best in horse photography.
Charity event puts top hunter, jumper, dressage and polo riders in the reining penWho Reins Supreme? will put riders from English disciplines to the test to raise funds for the Equestrian Aid Foundation.
ACTHA’s Ride to Remember raises over $22,000 for Horses for Heroes-NM Inc.Competitive trail rides were held across the country to raise money for injured veterans.
Responsible Horse Breeders Council aims to improve equine welfareThe Council brings together horse breeders and animal welfare groups
Young reiners earn scholarships through National Reining Horse Youth Association
Unbranded documentary aims to educate Americans about Mustang adoptionA Kickstarter campaign has been set up to fund the production and release of the film.
Olympic show jumping duo and hunter-ring star win honors at USEF Annual MeetingThe National and International Horse of the Year and Equestrian of the Year titles were awarded last weekend.
Middle and high school students get a taste of intercollegiate equestrian competitionThe 3rd annual College Preparatory Invitational Horse Show takes place this weekend in Wellington, Fla.
Horses featured in Lifetime Network reality showDesigning Pet Spaces will feature horses at the Chattanooga Horse Trams stable.
HorseChannel.com is a 2013 Equestrian Social Media Awards finalist!Members of the equestrian public are invited to cast their vote in more than 30 categories.
Women win show jumping Battle of the Sexes for fifth consecutive yearThe event brought more than 3,500 fans to the opening night of the 2013 Winter Equestrian Festival.
Riders4Helmets announces fourth Helmet Safety Symposium for equestriansThe symposium will bring horse and safety experts together to discuss helmet use and related issues for all riders.
Top 10 Most-Read HorseChannel.com Articles in 2011Visitors to HorseChannel.com found the following 10 articles most interesting in 2011.
New BLM policy will restrict horse and burro salesThe policy may help reduce the risk of Mustangs being sold to foreign slaughterhouses.
Interscholastic Opportunities for Saddle Seat RidersThe Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) announced today the board approved extending the membership deadline for those who wish to compete in the saddle seat discipline to May 1, 2013.
Plan your winter trip to Horse Expo PomonaClinics, demos, equine art and more are part of this annual Southern California event.
New Year's Resolutions for Horse LoversHere are some of the goals HorseChannel.com visitors are setting for 2013.
In Memoriam: Horses and Riders Lost in 2012As the year winds down, take a moment to reflect on some of the members of the equestrian community who passed away this year.
HorseChannel.com's most-read news items of 2012What captured your attention in the world of horses this year?
Why don't horses have a gallbladder?The equine diet and eating habits require a different type of digestion than that of humans.
Nominations sought for 2013 Equine Industry Vision AwardThe award recognizes those who have had a positive impact on the horse industry.
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