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Indonesia is looking to New Zealand for thoroughbreds for its growing racing industry.
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Indonesia looks to NZ for racehorses

Success of Kiwi stallions may increase enthusiasm in Indonesia’s declining industry.

'Legends in equine veterinary medicine' to be honored
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‘Legends in equine veterinary medicine’ to be honored

Larry Bramlage, Ed Fallon and Gary Lavin to be honored guests at Thoroughbred Club of America’s Testimonial Dinner at Keeneland.

New degree in equine dentistry from British college
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New degree in equine dentistry from British college

Degree course is part-time over four years.

A horse with vesicular stomatitis shows blisters in the mouth area.
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Third Colorado property confirmed with vesicular stomatitis

Number of horses affected on latest property yet to be disclosed.

Baby boom expected in Year of the Horse
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Baby boom expected in Year of the Horse

China’s horse year baby boom expected to mirror that of dragon year’s peak in 2010.

FEI President Princess Haya receives the Prize of the City of Aachen from the Major of the City of Aachen Marcel Philipp (left) and ALRV President Carl Meulenbergh.
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FEI’s Princess Haya honored at Aachen

Haya says the Prize of the City of Aachen means “a great deal to me”.

AQHA Executive Vice President Don Treadway
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Quarter horse leader to step down

American Quarter Horse Association executive vice-president Don Treadway Jr is retiring next year.

IOC President Thomas Bach
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IOC considers Olympic TV channel

An Olympic television channel is under consideration by the International Olympic Committee, following its meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland, on Saturday.

Christian Ahlmann is Spruce Meadows bound as the contender for the Rolex Grand Slam.
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Dream ride wins Aachen GP for Christian Ahlmann

Germany’s Christian Ahlmann won his first Rolex Grand Prix at Aachen at the weekend, and is now the new live contender for the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping.

CCI** second placegetter, Tim Price and Wesko.
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Germany leads Aachen eventing; Kiwi poised in second

Strong team lead by home riders; NZ’s Tim Price second on Wesko.

Neue Schule Ambassador Danielle Goldstein and Carisma competing at the Thunderbird Horsepark.
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Israeli showjumper Danielle Goldstein qualifies for WEG

Pioneering Israeli equestrian aiming to secure a medal at the World Equestrian Games.

Canada's Eric Lamaze and Powerplay.
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Belgium claims Aachen Nations Cup jumping victory

Belgium has atoned for last year’s last-gasp defeat in the Mercedes-Benz Nations’ Cup at Aachen, finishing on six faults to win from the USA, with The Netherlands third and Canada fourth.

Keynote speakers for equitation science conference announced
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Keynote speakers for equitation science conference announced

Wide-ranging programme planned for annual conference in Denmark.

Andrew Nicholson and Nereo
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Kiwi eventers out in force at Aachen

New Zealanders aiming for strong showing before World Equestrian Games.

FEI Solidarity Ambassador and Paralympic star Laurentia Tan (SIN) has been elected as Athlete Representative for Para-Equestrian.
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Final three FEI Athlete representatives named

The three remaining Athlete Representatives that will form the FEI’s Athletes’ Committee and also serve on the respective Technical Committees have now been finalised following a second ballot.

Jay Hickey, left, presents Paul Briney with the Van Ness Award at the recent American Horse Council meeting.
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National recognition for Illinois horseman

Illinois equestrian poineer Paul Briney has been honored with the Van Ness Award by the American Horse Council for his service to the horse community in the state.

We did some "pole whispering" while doing the course walk. It worked!
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Passing of equine vet Doug Byars; jumping course designer Paul Duffy

Irish jumping course designer Paul Duffy and US veterinarian Doug Byars pass in recent weeks.

Free iPad for TB owner Conference delegates
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Free iPad for TB owner Conference delegates

Racehorse owners heading to October’s inaugural Thoroughbred Owner Conference in Lexington, Kentucky, are going high-tech and will receive a free iPad mini on arrival.

Brian Rolapp
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NFL boss to speak at Jockey Club conference

Medication reform, drug testing, safety and welfare initiatives also under discussion.

FEI delegation completes Angola inspection visit
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FEI delegation completes Angola inspection visit

Final decision on Angola’s affiliation status to be decided at FEI General Assembly in December.

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