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Another operating mode for the Pegaso.
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Launch of CT scanner designed for horses

Device opens up new possibilities for equine diagnostic imaging.

Long, hot summer: Keeping horses happy when drought hits
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Long, hot summer: Keeping horses happy when drought hits

Keeping horses healthy during dry conditions isn’t a matter of luck.

The EHV-1 virus
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Study to delve into equine herpesvirus infection in NZ

Researchers hope for fresh insights into dangerous neurological form of EHV-1.

Hamlet shares the love during a hospital visit.
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Pint-sized Hamlet steals photo contest glory

Three-year-old miniature horse beats 3400 equine beauties to become the face of Horse.com.

Good horse behaviour starts with your behaviour
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Good horse behaviour starts with your behaviour

It’s pointless to blame your horse if he doesn’t respond as your theory predicts.

NZ breeder brings new attention to foundation appaloosa bloodlines
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NZ breeder brings new attention to foundation appaloosa bloodlines

The “true appaloosa” is more than just a spotted horse.

Polo study finds helmet appearance outranks safety in buying decisions
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Polo study finds helmet appearance outranks safety in buying decisions

British study delves into falls and injuries among players.

New movie to feature showjumping's Cinderella horse Snowman
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New movie to feature showjumping’s Cinderella horse Snowman

MGM film based on the book “Eighty Dollar Champion” in development.

Briana Bartlett and her own Chromed Tejon winning Reserve Champion at the NRHA Futurity Para Reining class in December 2014.
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World-first para-reining series kicks off in US this month

Arizona to host first competition in new World Para Reining (WPR) series for para-equestrians.

The tongue of a horse with vesicular stomatitis.
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Major vesicular stomatitis outbreak no evidence of disease on the rise

2014 outbreak likely a result of good conditions for virus-carrying insects.

Horse training: spare the rod and the whip
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Horse training: spare the rod and the whip

Don’t get stuck in the past and try to emulate the old Classical Masters.

Are zebra stripes part of a fancy cooling system?
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Are zebra stripes part of a fancy cooling system?

New study tackles age-old question of the reason for those striking stripes.

Food for thought: Review explores rangeland grazing
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Food for thought: Review explores rangeland grazing

Greatest potential dietary conflict between wild horses and cattle, review finds.

Did ancient butchering tools give evolutionary edge to human communication?
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Did ancient butchering tools give evolutionary edge to human communication?

African butchering technology may have nurtured language, teaching.

This Private European Road Coach was built around 1895 and carries a pre-auction estimate of up to £100,000. The coachwork was build by Guiet & Co. of Paris.
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Valuable collection of Victorian carriages to be auctioned in Britain

One coach alone expected to fetch up to £300,000.

Gravity and the art of the horse's back
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Gravity and the art of the horse’s back

The horse’s physique is a masterpiece which deserves true masters.

Florida equestrian estate for sale for $US24.9 million
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Florida equestrian estate for sale for $US24.9 million

Forty-acre estate right in the heart of Wellington’s horse country.

British eventing legend Richard Meade dies at 76
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British eventing legend Richard Meade dies at 76

Meade was the outstanding rider of his time and British team lynchpin for 21 years.

Duncan the donkey, Hattie the horse and Clarence the camel are waiting to be created.
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Twiggy says ‘get knitting’ to help working horses

New SPANA project aims to help vets treat injured donkeys, horses and camels.

The pit where 28 chariots were unearthed in China's Hubei Province. Photo: China Central TV
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Remains of chariots, horses unearthed at site of Chinese tombs

Archaeologists unearth 28 chariots and 49 pairs of horses.

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