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American Pharoah’s First Foal is Born
It’s a colt! The first offspring of 2015’s Triple Crown winner was born this week.


Featured Video: Getting in Shape with Vinnie the Mini
This charismatic horse will give you the inspiration you need to get started on your New Year’s resolution.


Winterize Your Horse
Seven tips to keep your horse happy and healthy this winter.


Fence Cut and Five Horses Missing from Farm Near Kansas City
The farm owner believes poachers cut the fence two weeks ago; five horses have been missing ever since.


Bureau of Land Management Seeks New Members of the Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board
The advisory board is tasked with providing advice on managing Mustangs and burros on public lands.


Fit Rider: Ride Frost-Free
Keep riding and fitness going through the winter with these tips.


It’s Lexington, Kentucky or Šamorín, Slovakia for the 2022 FEI World Equestrian Games
The Fédération Equestre Internationale has announced two cities as potential hosts for the championship event in 2022.


A New Program to Help Off-Track Thoroughbreds Heal
The Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center is seeking public donations to enroll more horses in its new Clean Start program.


Your Vote Counts for USEF Equestrian of the Year
Vote now to decide which equestrian athlete will win one of the sport's top honors.


Vote Now for USEF Horses of the Year
Your vote counts in selecting the equine athletes who will be recognized for their accomplishments in 2016.


Las Vegas Community Supports Gryff the Police Horse
The striking Friesian suffered a bout of severe colic shortly after joining the force, but his fellow officers didn’t give up on him.


Narcoleptic Horse Lands in Ditch; Is Rescued by Firefighters
A senior mare named Molly got stuck in the mud after a narcoleptic episode.


New Locations for the North American Junior/Young Rider Championships
Montana will host the eventing competition while jumping and dressage are expected to take place in New York.


How Horses Ask for Help
Researchers in Japan studied how horses’ behavior changed when they required assistance from a human.


Apps for Equine Welfare
Two apps developed at the University of Minnesota aim to help horse owners take better care of their equines.


Featured Video: The Last Horse at the Rescue
A holiday ad from Purina is probably going to make you cry; might also make you adopt.


Six Cloned Horses Take One Polo Player to Victory
Adolfo Cambiaso and six clones of his prized mare, Cuartetera, lead their team to a win at the Palermo Open.


Equestrian Fans Say Thank You to Valegro
The iconic dressage horse officially retires; fans around the world post #ThankYouValegro tributes.


USEF Names Junior Equestrian of the Year and Lifetime Achievement Award Winners
An up-and-coming rider/clincian and a longtime horse show official will be recognized at the United States Equestrian Federation convention next month.


Featured Video: Ponies and Donkeys Decorate the Christmas Tree
The residents of an equine rescue in England are creating some holiday cheer.


Girl and Horse Reunited After Being Separated by Tennessee Wildfire
A four-year-old girl with autism has been reunited with her therapy Mini Horse after catastrophic fires in Tennessee.


Equifest, a New Year’s Tradition, Canceled Due to EHV Outbreak
The annual horse show is run ahead of the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade, but an Equine Herpesvirus concerns caused the cancellation.


A Blind Horse with a Seeing-Eye Camel
Meet Dolly and Caesar, an unlikely pair of friends who reside in a small town in Maine.


AAEP Recognizes the Founder of Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Center
The equine vets’ association honored Michael Blowen for his work to provide a dignified retirement for racehorses.


Featured Video: A Cat Riding a Mini Horse Dressed up as a Reindeer
If you believe that the internet exists primarily for cute animal videos, you’ll appreciate this one.


Horse Community Rallies Around Iowa Stable After Fire
Maffitt Lake Farms suffered a devastating barn fire last week, and now friends from the horse community are doing what they can to help.


Help Horse Owners Displaced by Tennessee Wildfires
Groups from around the Southeast are banding together to help horse, pet, and livestock owners recover from the devastating fires.


New Treatment Offers Promise for Horses with Trigeminal Nerve Neuralgia.
The condition causes severe pain and often leads to headshaking, and presently there is no cure.


Twitching Horses: How Does It Work?
Researchers examined different methods of twitching horses during veterinary procedures to assess the effectiveness and side effects.


Featured Video: The Return of Tinker, the Bell-Ringing Mini Horse
Tinker is a star fundraiser for the Salvation Army during the holiday season.


Horse Owners Warned of Anaplasmosis Risk
The tick-borne illness can mimic the symptoms of other diseases, and proper diagnosis is the key to the cure.


Holiday Auction Benefits Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation
Shop for the Thoroughbred fan in your life and help out retired racers.


Seven Blind Mustang Stallions Find Sanctuary
This Old Horse, an equine sanctuary in Minnesota, is providing a home for some of the horses impounded in a massive neglect case.


Do Horse Herds Really Have a Leader?
Researchers analyzed the behavior of Przewalkski Horses to determine if herds had one horse who stood out as the herd leader.


Equisense Care: A New Way to Monitor Your Horse’s Health
A crowdfunded wearable device for horses will help owners better know their horses’ physical state.


Prep Your Senior Horse For Winter
Here are five things you need to assess in your senior horse before winter.


Ask The Vet: Cannon Bone Crud
What is the fungus horses get on the front of their cannon bones on their back legs and how can I get rid of it?


The Ocala Jockey Club International Three-Day Event Aims to Be a New Holiday Tradition
An inaugural event in Florida will close out the 2016 U.S. eventing season with a bang.


Scenes from the 2016 American Horse Association Beach Ride
Horses and riders traveled to Myrtle Beach for the 35th anniversary of the annual fundraising ride.


Product Test Report: Muck Boot Company’s Reign Supreme Tall Boots
These surprisingly attractive Muck Boots perform well in winter weather.


Camp Nelson National Cemetery Says Goodbye to Its Riderless Horse
Kosmios, an Arabian horse who was part of 180 funerals, was euthanized at age 17 due to a broken leg.


Kicking Off the Holidays with Horses at Southern Lights
The Kentucky Horse Park’s annual tradition will help get you in the holiday spirit.


3 Reasons To Adjust Your Horse’s Diet This Winter
The winter months are tough on your horse, so make some changes to their feed to help them cope.


Get Your Camera Ready for the Horses in Need Documentary Project
Equine Photographers Network hosts the annual project for professional and amateur photographers to spotlight equine organizations.


Saving Little Orphan Orchid
A rescue foal gets a second chance at life thanks to Days End Farm Horse Rescue.


More Lessons From Ruby
Life lessons continue as a beloved pony celebrates her 25th year.


Study Examines Empathy in the Veterinary Profession
Researchers looked at how different factors affect veterinarians’ empathy for their animal and human clients.


The REC Act Aims to Support Trail Riding and Other Outdoor Sports
Never heard of the REC Act? If you and your horse like to hit the trails, you should pay close attention.


Featured Video: A Tribute to Valegro
Friends and fans of the beloved dressage horse say goodbye ahead of his official retirement on December 14.


Dyna Does Dressage: A documentary about a mule at the U.S. Dressage Finals
A film following the story of Heart B Dyna’s journey to become the first mule to compete in dressage at the national level will be released in 2017.

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