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BreyerFest 2017 Tickets Available Now
Celebrate the equines of India at this summer’s festival of real and model horses.


Make Your Own Stall Sign
Give your horse's stall a unique, personalized touch.


Horse Protection Act Reports Removed from USDA Website
The information purge, which also included reports related to the Animal Welfare Act, happened unexpectedly last week.


The Budweiser Clydesdales’ Super Bowl Party
Why weren’t the Clydesdales in the commercials? They were too busy planning their own shindig.


Featured Video: Eventing Showcase Helmet Cam
Eventer Elisa Wallace takes us along as she and Simply Priceless compete in this unique event.


Upcoming Study Will Research Seasonal Movement of Wild Horses
Scientists at the University of Wyoming will track Mustang migration in Southern Wyoming.


Rare White Thoroughbred Sold at New Zealand Sale
The unusual yearling is the second big seller out of The Opera House, another famous white Thoroughbred.


No Budweiser Clydesdales in the 2017 Super Bowl Commercials
The iconic horses have been relegated to a cameo, but viewers are likely to see horses in other ad spots.


Ask the Vet: Horse Health for Long Distance Trailering
What should I do to keep my horse healthy before, during and after a long-distance move?


Vet Adventures: Pony Problems
One pony’s fortunes rise and fall.


Ride, a New Nickelodeon Series, Brings Horses to the Small Screen
The new show for kids centers around the students at an elite equestrian boarding school.


New Guide Aims to Make Horse Farm Work Safer
A bilingual, illustrated guide is the product of research into worker safety at Thoroughbred farms.


Racehorse Owners in New York Now Required to Learn About Aftercare
A short video provides information about giving horses a good life after retirement from racing.


California Chrome Named Thoroughbred Racing’s Horse of the Year
This is the second time the chestnut stallion has earned the top title at the Eclipse Awards.


Barn Aisle Training with Julie Goodnight
When it’s too cold to ride, you and your horse can benefit from barn-aisle training to keep your relationship strong all winter long.


5 Tips for Western Saddle Fit
Here’s what to look for to make sure your western saddle is a perfect fit for you and your horse.


New Glamping Option Lets Equestrian Fans Attend Rolex in Style
It’s like having a vacation home where some of the world’s best equine athletes gallop through your front yard.


Horses in the Inaugural Parade
The United States has a long tradition of horsepower in the presidential inauguration.


Taking the Reins Program Brings City Kids to the Stables
Girls from low-income neighborhoods in Los Angeles learn farming, riding, and life skills thanks to this program.


My Horse, My Teacher
Sometimes your horse’s actions speak louder than words.


5 English Saddle Fit Mistakes
Before you take home that new (or used) saddle, get familiar with these essential fit checkpoints.


Nominations Sought for the 2017 Equine Industry Vision Award
The award recognizes visionaries in the horse industry, and nominations are accepted through February 6.


Featured Video: Boyd Martin Gets Run Over by a Horse
The Olympic eventer took one for the team while teaching a clinic in Texas.


Changes to the Horse Protection Act Make Strides to End Soring
The industry will no longer be allowed to self-police, and some of the devices used in training "big lick” horses will be banned.


Meet Your 2016 Horses and Equestrian of the Year
Event horse Mighty Nice, show hunter Catch Me, and Olympic eventer Phillip Dutton won the big honors from US Equestrian.


USEF is Now Called US Equestrian; New Member Benefits Announced
The organization’s rebrand aims to be more inclusive of equestrians from varied backgrounds.


Horse with Rubber Chicken Causes Everyone to Lose Their Cool
Even news anchors can’t handle the ridiculousness of a viral video featuring a playful horse with his toy.


Amateur Sport Horse Owners Asked to Complete a Research Survey
An Otterbein University student wants input from dressage, show jumping, and eventing riders, and participants could win a SmartPak gift card.


How to Clean and Care for Country Boots
Keep your favorite boots in good shape so they’ll be around for many course walks, days at the barn, and jaunts around town to come.


Are You Adjusting Your Horse’s Noseband Correctly?
A survey found that most riders tightened the noseband of their bridle tighter than the standard recommendation, with potential implications for horse welfare.


New Film Shines the Spotlight on Horses as Guide Animals
Apple of My Eye is the story of a horse-loving girl and the Mini Horse who helps her adjust to vision loss.


Careers in the Horse Industry: Equine Extension Specialist
Learning something new about horses every day is part of the job as an Extension Specialist.


Careers in the Horse Industry: Physical Therapist Specializing in Hippotherapy
Work with horses to help people in this rewarding career.


Featured Video: Horses and Dolphins
Horses and riders meet some new friends on a visit to the beach.


Putting an End to Bullying in the Horse World
Champion sidesaddle rider Susan Oakes shared some of her own experiences with bullies as part of an anti-bullying campaign in Great Britain.


Riding Destination: Rocky Mountain Ride
Dreams of dashing through the snow become reality.


The Rescue of Bubbles the Horse
An elderly equine destined for slaughter found a path to freedom with a herd of mini donkeys.


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.

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