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Police in bid to tackle animal-related motor accidents in England's New Forest
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Police in bid to tackle animal-related motor accidents in England’s New Forest

Police push to bring number of crashes down.

The rider of this motorcyclist was thrown into the path of oncoming traffic after colliding with a wild horse. Photo: Nevada Highway Patrol
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Motorcyclist in Nevada dies after colliding with wild horse

Motorcyclist thrown into path of oncoming traffic.

Acer at his cut-down stable door with best mate Demon the labrador.
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Meet tiny Acer: short on size but big on cute

Dwarf miniature a crowd magnet wherever he goes, including to the local pub.

First past the post: Aussie stamps depect racecourses
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First past the post: Aussie stamps depect racecourses

Four-stamp set to be issued on October 7.

Riddle Master
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Equine Canada seeks new chief operating officer

Position undergoes restructuring as Craig Andreas departs from leading horse sport role.

Save Your Horse - A Horse Owner's Guide to Large Animal Rescue
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Save Your Horse – A Horse Owner’s Guide to Large Animal Rescue

A must-read both for those involved in the rescue services, and for horse owners.

Rio 2016 Olympic equestrian ticket prices revealed
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Rio 2016 Olympic equestrian ticket prices revealed

Cross-country tickets just $US24, while $US217 gets the best seats for the jumping finals.

No horse meat in tested US pet food, but mislabeling found
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No horse meat in tested US pet food, but mislabeling found

Of 52 products for cats and dogs tested, 20 were found to be potentially mislabeled.

Lesley the Pony prances to stardom
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Lesley the Pony prances to stardom

Lesley the Pony’s A+ day turns bad for the pink equine in Merryville.

Work on the Olympic Village has passed the half-way stage, and will comprise 31 buildings that will house 18,000 people during the Games.
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Rio 2016 progress on track, says IOC

Olympic commission makes seventh visit to Brazil and is satisfied with host city’s progress.

Pictured at the conference are, from left, John McEwen, FEI 1st Vice-President and Chair of the FEI Veterinary Committee; Sheikh Khaled Bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, FEI Executive Board member and chairman of FEI Group VII; Dr Monique Eloit, deputy director general of the OIE; Dr Rashid Ahmed bin Fahed, Minister of Environment and Water for the United Arab Emirates; Mohamed Ahmed Abdel Aziz Al Shehhi, board member of the Emirates Racing Authority; and Dr Ghazi Yehia, OIE regional representative for the Middle East. Photo: Ministry of Environment and Water, United Arab Emirates.
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Conference backs push for easier global movement of elite sport horses

Meeting in Dubai brings global acceptance a step closer.

Scientists describe rare parasitic infection in horse
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Scientists describe rare parasitic infection in horse

Case diagnosed in Icelandic stallion, but treatment was unable to save his life.

Marie-Helen Lessard
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Accident claims tireless Canadian equestrian enthusiast

Marie-Helen Lessard and husband Steven Ratz among three dead in traffic accident.

Zoe Wilkinson and GHS Calvaruise.
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Young rider Zoe Wilkinson wins Mark Todd eventing scholarship

Scholarship includes coaching, feed, equestrian gear and mentoring.

The Deputy shows his colours
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High-level departures signal sea change at NZ’s equestrian body

Significant changes across national body.

Larry Bramlage
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American racing should give up race-day furosemide, says respected vet

“Racing survived 100 years without it; we can do it again.”

Wild horses in Wyoming.
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HSUS boss renews call for reform of wild horse management program

Call comes as hundreds of mustangs are targeted in Wyoming.

Cross-country action at Waregem.
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Germany continues Nations Cup eventing sweep

Fifth successive win for German side, who lead series with one event to go.

Agricultural lawyer David Kirwan, of law firm Kirwans, criticised Britain's Food Standards Agency over what he called a deeply flawed prosecution.
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British authorities to drop prosecution over horse passports

Lawyer calls Food Standards Agency probe over-zealous, bungling.

Showjumper Discreet Dancer is in training with Armand Leone.
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News archive for September 2014

Daily news archive for September, 2014.

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