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Britain's WEG eventers to get Aachen run
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Britain’s WEG eventers to get Aachen run

Top-line riders head to Aachen for fifth leg of eventing’s Nations Cup.

Mare and foal die in attack by bee swarm
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Mare and foal die in attack by bee swarm

Mare refused to leave the side of her ailing foal.

Dianne Tidball
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Canadian equestrian stalwart Diane Tidball dies at 81

Thunderbird developer dies only days after husband George.

Woman seriously hurt, three horses dead, in car smash
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Woman seriously hurt, three horses dead, in car smash

Pre-dawn crash near Melbourne leaves woman with serious head injuries.

Tommi Clark and Exupery, Grand Hunter Champions at the 2012 Pennsylvania National Horse Show.
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Cancer claims popular US hunter Expury

Owner, rider pay tribute to horse, whom “everybody loved”.

British Eventing now a registered charity
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British Eventing now a registered charity

British Eventing has been awarded charitable status, in a move that aims to increase participation opportunities in the sport.

Two dressage judges promoted to 5*
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Two dressage judges promoted to 5*

Hans-Christian Matthiesen and Mariette Sanders-Van Gansewinkel join top-tier judging ranks.

Hannah Gibson, third from left, is among several women who received grants from the Graduate Women Manawatu Charitable Trust this year. She is pictured with, from left, Tamyra Matthews, Nicole Steele, Vice-Chancellor Steve Maharey, Megan Gildersleve, Vicki Campbell, Jean Corbin-Thomas - Chair of the Graduate Women Manawatu Charitable Trust, Poppy Miller, and Amber Mellor.
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NZ student wins grant for equine therapy study

A postgraduate student from New Zealand’s Massey University has received a grant to study equine assisted development and counselling.

NZ names eventing team for World Equestrian Games
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NZ names eventing team for World Equestrian Games

Kiwi team members all four-star winners, with Todd, Nicholson, Paget and Price named.

Britain's Charlotte Dujardin after winning Olympic dressage gold on Valegro.
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Riding helmet discount scheme gains momentum

Retailer deadline extended to July 4 as manufacturers step up to join initiative.

Hamilton, in Scotland, has come alive with colourful Clydesdales. Photo: Ready Steady Gallop!
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Clydesdale horse sculptures adorn town in Scotland

Tourist trail created around 30 colourful life-sized Clydesale sculptures.

British Olympic gold medallist Charlotte Dujardin with her adopted foal, Santa. Photo: British RSPCA
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Britain’s rising tide of horse neglect prompts rehoming push

British RSPCA say equine rescue numbers have tripled in five years.

Torrential rain during Thursday’s final jumping test event before the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in August, gave organisers and athletes an opportunity to see how the footing in both the competition and training arenas at d’Ornano Stadium in Caen would perform in tough conditions.
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WEG stadium stands up to torrential rain; jumpers happy

Arena footing holds up to unexpected weather test.

British racing industry gets tougher on anabolic steroids
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British racing industry gets tougher on anabolic steroids

Minimum 14-month ban for horses testing positive for anabolic steroids.

Declining US equine industry predicted to plateau by 2017
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Declining US equine industry predicted to plateau by 2017

Report estimates 2013 US retail sales in industry at $US23.3 billion.

Two seriously hurt in collision between a van and a horse-and-trap
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Two seriously hurt in collision between a van and a horse-and-trap

Pair hospitalised following accident in Yorkshire, England.

'My Lovely Horse' pipped before Eurovision post
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‘My Lovely Horse’ pipped before Eurovision post

Father Ted song stumbles at first hurdle in shot at Eurovision glory.

Warning of multiple resistance to worm control drugs
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Warning of multiple resistance to worm control drugs

Indications of developing resistance found in British research.

He's on the move, but certainly not at 59kmh. Photo: City of Eppstein, Germany
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Pony snapped on speed camera at 59kmh

Pony’s rump intervenes to save German driver from a speeding fine.

Hubert Bourdy and Morgat competing at the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games where they were on the bronze-medal winning French team.
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Leading French showjumper Hubert Bourdy dies at 57

Passing of 1990 WEG team jumping champion and two-time Olympic medalist.

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