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Selena O'Hanlon (Canada) and Foxwood High.
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News archive for August 2014

Daily news archive for August, 2014.

British Dressage notes sport's growing popularity
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British Dressage notes sport’s growing popularity

British Dressage reaches total membership base of 52,000, and 11,000 registered horses.

Nicola Wilson warming up One Two Many before the dressage at Blair Castle.
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Nicola Wilson wins Scottish open horse trials champs

Winning run at Blair Castle for rider before WEG eventing.

On the winner’s podium at the FEI European Jumping Championships for Veterans 2014 at Hoogboom-Kapellen in Belgium, L-R: Germany (silver), Belgium (gold) and Great Britain (bronze).
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Belgian riders dominate European veteran jumping champs

Host nation Belgium swept the gold medals at the FEI European Jumping Championships for Veterans, winning both Team and Individual gold at Hoogboom-Kapellen.

New scheme to help combat saddle problems
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New scheme to help combat saddle problems

Scheme aims to refer cases to an equine orthopaedic specialist at an affordable cost.

Weights and chains on a walking horse's legs.
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Close loopholes over soring suspensions, says HSUS

Horse ownership being transferred to thwart intent of the penalty, says American charity.

Three inductees to Equine Research Hall of Fame, including a New Zealander
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Three inductees to Equine Research Hall of Fame, including a New Zealander

University of Auckland professor Elwyn Firth among those honored.

Jacques Schoufour
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Dutch equestrian figure Jacques Schoufour dies at 86

Dutch equestrian pioneer Jacques Schoufour has died at the age of 86 after a short illness.

Nabab de Reve, sire of London 2012 Olympic medalist London.
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Sport horse embryos to be auctioned online

ET Auction says embryos offer rare chance to acquire leading sport horse bloodlines.

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