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Do you have what it takes to train a rescue horse?
The Bluebonnet Rescue Horse Training Challenge showcases the talents of adoptable horses.


Carbs, fats or protein: What's most important for your horse's diet?
An equine nutritionist breaks down the elements of an equine athlete's nutritional needs.


2014 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event and Kentucky Reining Cup Broadcast Schedule
Can't make it to Kentucky? You can still catch North America's biggest three-day event online and on TV.


50 Miles of…um…Fun on Horseback
A dressage rider reconnects with the freedom of riding in an endurance experience.



Equine actor that played Shadowfax has been euthanized
Blanco, a striking Andalusian, played the majestic stallion in the Lord of the Rings movies.


Could joint supplements help senior horses?
A Dutch study examined how one combination of ingredients affected movement in older horses.


Stabling Horses and Increased Colic Risk
Research out of the United Kingdom suggests that moving horses from pasture to stable could increase colic risk.


Horse Illustrated Reader Wins Dream Trip to the 2014 Kentucky Derby
Horse Illustrated Magazine & Horse Health™ Products have announced the winner of the Ride to the Roses Sweepstakes


Horse Illustrated Announces Inaugural "Take Your Horse to Work Day"
This event is sure to spark a new trend in American workplaces.


Connecticut Supreme Court Issues Ruling on "Vicious Horses" Case
The ruling stops short of classifying horses as inherently dangerous, but reinforces horse owners' responsibilities.


Behind the Scenes at the Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center: A First Look
Meet some of the retired racehorses preparing for their second careers at the Secretariat Center.


Watch the Live Oak International CDE and Grand Prix online this weekend
The National Four-in-Hand Championship is a highlight of this week's event in Florida.


Wild Card Jim Anderson Wins Road to the Horse 2014
The Alberta, Canada based trainer beat some tough competition to be named World Champion.


Photoset: Road to the Horse 2014
See images from the first day of competition of this year's World Championship of Colt Starting.


Road to the Horse is Under Way in Lexington, Kentucky
Four trainers from four different countries give this year's "World Championship of Colt Starting" an international appeal.


Are you lucky enough to have a Thoroughbred in your life?
Celebrate your Thoroughbred in the "How Lucky Am I?" contest to benefit the Maker's Mark Secretariat Center.


ID bracelets for riders provide essential information in an emergency
Eventers can opt for bracelets in place of armbands this year, but the safety accessory is a good idea for all equestrians.


Time to Ride campaign aims to bring newcomers to the horse world
The 100 Day Challenge offers incentives to horse people offering entry level equine experiences.


Study shows ground pole work can improve joint motion in horses
Research out of Michigan State University suggests ground poles can be helpful for horses recovering from lameness.


Individual tickets now on sale for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy
This final phase of ticketing allows fans to pick the specific events that they want to experience.


Australian laminitis survey seeks input from horse owners world wide
The research aims to help discover more about what causes this debilitating disease.


British Charity Promotes Rescue Horses to Trainers and Advanced Owners
World Horse Welfare hopes that experienced trainers will step up to help "Project Horses and Ponies."


"Foal Cam" brings the excitment of a new equine life to viewers worldwide
The University of Pennsylvania will broadcast the birth of a foal live online.


AQHA Announces OnlineStable Service for Youth Equestrians
The new service is geared toward youth with the aim of keeping them engaged in horse and livestock activities.


Arabian Horse Show Season Kicks off in Scottsdale
The Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show is being broadcast for free online viewing.


Why We Love Horses
We appreciate horses every day, but this Valentine's Day, we're focusing on what we love about them.


Are horses vicious?
A court case in Connecticut suggest that horses are dangerous, but a new bill in the General Assembly states otherwise.


ASPCA Grants Assist Horses in Need
The organization's grant program supports rescue and rehabilitation groups.


Win $1,000 to further your equestrian education
Triple Crown Nutrition is giving away $100,000 worth of grants to educate riders and horse owners.


Clinician line-up announced for this week's Horse Expo Pomona
Experts in nearly every discipline will share their knowledge at this year's event.


Budweiser Clydesdales top 2014 USA Today Ad Meter poll
Always a fan favorite, the Clydesdales won the viewers' hearts during the 2014 Super Bowl.


Are You Ready for Some Clydesdales?
Go behind the scenes with the biggest Super Bowl stars—the Budweiser Clydesdales.


Gala of The Royal Horses celebrates Royal Spanish Horses
The North American tour of this equine show begins February 7.


Super Bowl ad to feature the iconic Budweiser Clydesdales and a puppy
The Clydesdales have been a beloved part of America's Super Bowl tradition for years.


Getting Ready for the Games: Endurance
What does it take to prepare for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy? A top endurance rider shares her story.


Crowdfunding a Show Jumper: Richard Spooner seeks support in acquiring his next top horse
The American rider has launched a campaign to fund his next grand prix prospect.


The Benefits of Yeast in Equine Nutrition
This unexpected ingredient can help horses in surprising ways.


Meet Thunder, the Denver Broncos' Mascot at the National Western Stock Show
The Arabian horse is a popular attraction at Broncos games, and fans will get to meet him up-close this week.


Cold Weather Tips for Horse Owners
Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center offers some reminders on keeping your horse healthy during a cold snap.


Olympic eventer Lionheart euthanized due to colic complications
A veteran of Great Britain's Olympic team, the horse had recently been transferred to American rider Allison Springer.


Horse Slaughter Ban Reinstated Under New Federal Budget
The spending bill passed by the U.S. Congress prevents funding of horse meat inspections.


You Can Support Innovation in Equine Parasite Control
Researchers at the University of Kentucky are looking for new ways to fight parasites, and they need horse owners' help.


Women Riders Are Unbeatable in Show Jumping's Battle of the Sexes
The women defeat the men again in one of the Winter Equestrian Festival's most popular events.


Hunter Derby Champion and Show Jumping Star Win USEF Horse of the Year Honors
The fans voted and chose hunter Brunello and jumper Simon as their favorite equine athletes of 2013.


Show Jumper Beezie Madden is Named 2013 USEF Equestrian of the Year
The Olympic veteran and fan favorite has won the title three times.


Where Do Retired Racehorses Go?
A survey by the Retired Racehorse Training Project examined how Thoroughbreds transition into second careers.


Breed organizations support AQHA in clone registration lawsuit
The world's largest horse breed organization hopes to preserve its right to bar cloned horses from registration.

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