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Win a trip to the Alltech National Horse ShowExplain in one tweet why you want to come to Kentucky, and Rood & Riddle Veterinary Hospital could make your dream come true.
Trail Riding EtiquetteAs fall trail rides beckon, keep these guidelines in mind to enjoy a safe, fun season.
Share your favorite trail story with the American Endurance Ride ConferenceTell the AERC about your favorite place to ride in its upcoming essay contest.
Nominate your favorite equestrian for USEF honorsThe USEF is now accepting nominations for its Lifetime Achievement and Pegasus Medal of Honor awards.
Volunteering at the World Equestrian GamesVolunteers are an imporant part of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games team.
Tokyo wins 2020 Olympic bidThe equestrian events will be held on the manmade island of Yumenoshima in Tokyo Bay.
Burghley Horse Trials concludes with a new contender for the Grand Slam of EventingAfter his win last weekend, New Zealand's Jonathan Paget has only the 2014 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event left to win.
Scholarship and trophy established to honor American para-dressage riderThe Jonathan Wentz Memorial Scholarship and Trophy carry on the legacy of a promising young equestrian.
Horse and Rider Safety: Does reflective gear provide safety benefits for equestrians on the road?A survey from the U.K. looked at the effect of wearing brightly colored clothing, reflective gear and lights while riding on roads.
American Miniature Horse Registry National Championship celebrates 25th anniversaryFrom Sept. 5-15, Tulsa, Okla. will be home to the world's largest all-mini show.
Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association to hold championship competition this weekAdmission is free for spectators to watch this unique and growing equestrian sport.
Equine nutrition expert offers free consultations to horse ownersAppointments with Dr. Joan Norton can be reserved throughout the month of September 2013.
Does using a whip result in better show jumping rounds?Whip use has been scrutinized in racing, and a study from the U.K. surveyed trends in another equestrian arena.
Spruce Meadows Masters Tournament kicks off next weekThe world's top show jumpers will compete in Calgary from Sept. 4-8.
Chester Weber wins Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games combined driving test eventAmerica's most successful competitive driver won by a comfortable margin with his team of Dutch Warmbloods.
Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro set a new record in grand prix dressageThe Olympic gold medalist topped her own previous high score to raise the bar in the dressage arena.
75th Anniversary of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration is under wayNew, stiffer penalties for violators of the Horse Protection Act have been enacted for this year's show.
Help launch "The Idaho Project" to share the story of a horse theft in AmericaStolen Horse International is seeking help in funding a documentary about the horse who inspired the organization.
Watch the American Saddlebred World's Championship Horse Show this weekHeld in conjunction with the Kentucky State Fair, the show is a crowning jewel of the Saddlebred show season.
2014 World Equestrian Games test events begin with endurance raceWith just over a year to go, WEG preparations took off in the village of Sartilly, France.
New award for Thoroughbreds recognizes success off the trackA Performance Award from the Thoroughbred Incentive Program rewards a successful competition season.
Is your horse's noseband too tight?Researchers sought to find out if noseband pressure could be doing damage to horses.
Watch the Canadian National Arabian Championship Horse Show live onlineThe second leg of the Arabian Triple Crown is under way in Manitoba this week.
New York passes stricter helmet laws for youth equestriansRiders under age 18 must wear helmets when riding a horse on public roads or trails.
USEF Pony Finals under way at the Kentucky Horse ParkThe annual championship for hunter and jumper ponies is a highlight of the season for many young riders.
How do horses respond to different human voices?A study was intended to find out if pitch and tone made a difference in horse behavior.
Calling all artists: Create a tribute to the military horseAn art contest honors the relationship between horses and the American military.
Is grooming better than treats for bonding with your horse?Researchers from Europe studied the differences in touch and food as rewards and training tools.
American Quarter Horse Association Youth World Championship begins todayOne of the biggest shows for the world's most popular breed will run through Aug. 10 in Oklahoma.
New laminitis treatment shows promise in testsAn injectable drug for this devastating equine illness could be on the market by the end of the year.
What's your horse's colic risk?A free online tool from the University of Guelph shows owners their horse's colic danger.
United States Equestrian Federation announces mid-year rule changesMajor rule-book updates include horse welfare changes and recognition of the sport of Western Dressage.
Proposed budget amendment would strip government funding of the Recreational Trail ProgramThe American Horse Council is asking trail users to help prevent the passage of this amendment.
Equine Advocates honors advocates for equine welfare in New YorkThe organization will hold its annual awards dinner during the 150th racing season in Saratoga Springs.
Equine soldier to be honored at the National Museum of the Marine CorpsSgt. Reckless was a small Mongolian mare who became a hero for the U.S. during the Korean War.
Build the best diet for your horse: Start with a hay analysis
BreyerFest is under way at the Kentucky Horse ParkReining star Smart and Shiney will be at the park and honored as an exclusive new Breyer model.
Watch the 2013 North American Junior/Young Rider Championships online this SaturdayFive equestrian sports are represented in this prestigious event for up-and-coming equestrians.
Potomac Horse Fever Alert for mid-Atlantic areaSeveral cases of the disease, which spreads through snails and insects, have been reported this year.
Operation Gelding helps horse health and reduces overbreedingThe Unwanted Horse Coalition's program has gelded more than 750 stallions.
Veterans and families ride free at Cheyenne Frontier DaysThe experience extends to active duty military personnel and first responders, courtesy of Horses4Heroes.
Slideshow: 2012 North American Junior and Young Rider Championships
Do Horses Enjoy Jumping?Recently published research tested whether horses would choose to jump if given the choice.
Young Arabian Horse exhibitors are prepping for their national showArabian Youth Nationals will take place in Albuquerque this month.
Emergency fundraiser will help rehabilitate two rescued Paint HorsesThe horses were recently found locked in makeshift stalls near Miami, Fla.
American Shetland Pony Congress begins tomorrowMore than 500 ponies will compete for titles this week in Iowa.
Therapeutic horsemanship group wins 2013 Equine Industry Vision AwardPATH Int'l was recognized at the American Horse Publications seminar in June.
Discount registration offered for older Arabian and half-Arabian horsesThe reduced registration cost is inteded to help both the Arabian Horse Association and the horses it registers.
New Mexico horse slaughterhouse receives approval to begin operationsThe USDA is legally obligated to perform horsemeat inspections unless a slaughter ban is reinstated.
New guidelines help horse owners and equine vets diagnose and manage Pigeon FeverThe bacterial infection has become a growing concern in Midwestern and Western regions of the U.S.
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