Author Archive for Neil Clarkson

New fund, law change to ease cost burdens of neglect cases on SPCA
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New fund, law change to ease cost burdens of neglect cases on SPCA

“Fantastic” NZ response to new fund for cruelty probes and prosecutions.

Heigh-Ho, Heigh-Ho, it's off to WEG we go
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Heigh-Ho, Heigh-Ho, it’s off to WEG we go

Is putting Dopey in charge of anti-doping measures a good idea?

Image showing the seat of a saddle tipping back. The panels of the saddle have contact with the horse’s back at the front and the back but not under the middle of the saddle. This is called bridging and causes focal pressure under the front and back of the saddle.
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Ill-fitting saddles a factor in rider back pain – research

Sore back? British researchers link ill-fitting saddles to riders with back pain.

A merger between Mountains Animal Sanctuary, whose rescue centre is near sdfsdf in Scotland, and Redwings is just weeks away. Photo: Mountains Animal Sanctuary
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Charity Redwings in Scottish merger, eyes Welsh centre

Merger just weeks away for two charities.

Horseback journey proves to be the adventure of a lifetime
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Horseback journey proves to be the adventure of a lifetime

Tale of life on Pakistan’s north-western frontier is a real eye-opener.

Endurance controversy continues at breakneck speed
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Endurance controversy continues at breakneck speed

French event paints a grim picture and the trouble appears far from over.

US racing partnership offers up to $US100,000 for laminitis research
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US racing partnership offers up to $US100,000 for laminitis research

Starlight Racing partners says the money will be given in honor of Intense Holiday.

Hotspots for Hendra infection identified across eastern Australia
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Hotspots for Hendra infection identified across eastern Australia

Two bat species identified as posing greatest risk.

Equestrian sport: Keeping a finger in the Olympic pie
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Equestrian sport: Keeping a finger in the Olympic pie

The act of dividing up the Olympic pie is a telling affair

Is equestrian sport no longer feeling the love?
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Is equestrian sport no longer feeling the love?

Uncomfortable questions over the future of horse sports.

Mr G was depressed and refused to eat because he was missing his burro friend, Jellybean. Photo: Animal Place
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Grieving goat reunited with his burro mate

California charity reveals moving tale of Mr G and his burro friend, Jellybean.

Sarah Jenkins
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Big editorial changes at Horse & Hound in online push

Editor departs; replacement a content director.

Do horse owners become desensitized to signs of poor wellbeing?
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Do horse owners become desensitized to signs of poor wellbeing?

Caregivers limited in their abilities to spot signs of poor welfare.

FEI National Federations voted overwhelmingly in favour of allowing a third presidential term.
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Princess Haya signals intention to seek third presidential term

FEI’s maximum presidential term extended in sweeping vote.

A funny thing happened on the way to the Sports Forum
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A funny thing happened on the way to the Sports Forum

The FEI will be turning on quite a show in Lausanne, Switzerland, next week.

FEI President Princess Haya
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FEI presidency: Could Princess Haya be swayed to stay on?

Come December, will the Jordanian princess still lead the FEI?

HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum steered Madji du Pont to take individual gold at the Longines FEI World Endurance Championships 2012 staged at Euston Park (GBR) yesterday.
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Dubai’s ruler backs push for reforms within endurance

Prospects for successful reforms brighter as sheikh backs new task force.

Magnified 20,000X, this colorized scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a grouping of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria. See PHIL 617 for a black and white view of this image. These S. aureus bacteria are methicillin-resistant, and are from one of the first isolates in the U.S. that showed increased resistance to vancomycin as well. Note the increase in cell wall material seen as clumps on the organisms’ surface.
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Rise of MRSA strain in European horses described

Strain first identified in 2005 now most common form of MRSA in parts of Europe.

Is global unity still possible in the world of endurance?
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Is global unity still possible in the world of endurance?

The endurance controversy centred on the Middle East is both delicate and complex.

Could a breakaway endurance body succeed?
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Could a breakaway endurance body succeed?

Rumblings on both sides of the Atlantic raise the prospect of a breakaway group.

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