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New Zealand's Jonelle Price and Faerie Dianimo.

Tweaks to FEI Nations Cup eventing firmed up

Competitions for 2015 must have a minimum of three teams.

FEI signs six-year broadcast deal with Sky Mexico

FEI signs six-year broadcast deal with Sky Mexico

Deal follows renewal of partnership with European Broadcasting Union and IMG earlier this week.

$50,000 grant for equine therapy for combat veterans

$50,000 grant for equine therapy for combat veterans

Baylor University benefits from Horses and Humans Research Foundation grant.

Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro, Olympic and European champions, will be aiming for world honours to complete the hat-trick at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy next week.

Valegro, Big Star inducted into BHS Hall of Fame

Jane Holderness-Roddam and William Funnell also added to equestrian honours board.

Spanish imperial eagle

Warning over environmental contamination by vet drug

Ban on common veterinary drug urged in Europe to protect bird life.

A still from the undercover video.

European authorities to ban horsemeat shipments from Mexico

Ongoing concerns around traceability spark ban from March 1.

Deborah Meaden from the TV show Dragons' Den, is also a keen equestrian.

Dragons Den guru to visit equestrian businesses

Deborah Meaden to meet key equestrian industry players at BETA International trade show.

Sharn Wordley and Hickstead's Axel.

Kiwi claims major year-end Florida Grand Prix

Sharn Wordley rides Hickstead’s Axel to victory in $25,000 event at Palm Beach.

Classical Riding with George Morris

Classical Riding with George Morris

More words of wisdom from the master himself.

A jubilant Emily Fraser celebrates her victory on Exilio.

NZ young horse jumping champs this weekend

Championships for 4-6yo jumpers, and Australia-New Zealand young rider contest.

Wild horses in Wyoming.

State of Wyoming sues feds over wild horse management

BLM does not have the resources to manage wild horses effectively, says state governor.

Working animals are crucial to the livelihoods of an estimated 600 million people. Photo: The Brooke

Three research papers address welfare issues for millions of working animals

Studies available as part of new collection of free research articles.

FEI President HRH Princess Haya received the Trophy of the International Olympic Committee from IOC President Thomas Bach at the 127th Session of IOC in Monaco on Tuesday.

Olympic honour for FEI’s Princess Haya

FEI president receives the Trophy of the International Olympic Committee from Thomas Bach.

Mike Etherington-Smith

Mike Etherington-Smith takes on Adelaide 3DE design role

British-based Olympic course designer takes over from Wayne Copping, who leaves after 7 years.

Overwhelming backing for Olympic reform programme

Overwhelming backing for Olympic reform programme

Forty-point reform package gets unanimous support from IOC members.

Dr Jonathan Feddock works on LB in a pioneering operation for horses.

Pioneering radiation procedure for American horse

Radioactive seed therapy used to tackle eyelid tumor.

Chester in the clear after an unpleasant time in the slurry pit.

Chester’s nightmare tumble into a slurry pit

Chester is hauled clear and his dignity restored with a bath.

Leopard coat patterns in horses have gone in and out of popularity throughout the ages, new research suggests.

Complex leopard spotting not always the height of fashion

Striking coal colour went in and out of fashion, researchers found.

Jonathan "Jock" Paget

Jock Paget to make NZ competition return

NZ’s Horse of the Year show to welcome popular Kiwi rider back home.

Steve Guerdat and Nino des Buissonnets.

Video preview: Geneva wraps up international season

Grand Prix winner will be leading contender for Rolex Grand Slam of Jumping.

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