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Defending world champion Michael Jung with La Biosthetique Sam FBW, seen here en route to gold at the 2010 Games in Kentucky, will be bidding to retain his title and claim a team spot for Germany at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
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WEG eventing: Germans shapes up as hot favourites

Strong competition assured as record entry heads for Haras du Pin.

Horses are considered highly susceptible to the botulin toxin produced by a common soil bacteria, causing the potentially fatal disease, botulism.
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Botulism in horses: What are the chances of survival?

Horses that maintain ability to stand throughout illness have a much better prognosis – study.

Wanted: Someone to keep shop at the FEI
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Wanted: Someone to keep shop at the FEI

Who has what it takes to be the next FEI president?

Ears back could indicate pain or discomfort. Photo: The Brooke
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Burrowing into the traits of donkeys

“All donkeys expressed an extensive behavioural repertoire,” said researchers.

Polly shortly after her arrival at The Horse Trust.
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She’s a survivor: starved mare kicks up her heels

Rescued mare Polly was in the worst condition the Horse Trust had ever seen.

Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro, Olympic and European champions, will be aiming for world honours to complete the hat-trick at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy next week.
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WEG dressage: Will it be a Valegro v Totilas showdown?

A fascinating contest promises when the dressage competition starts on Monday.

Enriched lives help improve equine temperament, say French researchers
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Enriched lives help improve equine temperament, say French researchers

Temperaments and learning ability are scrutinized by scientists.

Friesian stallion Thys a dressage star in the making
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Friesian stallion Thys a dressage star in the making

Future bright for Thys after winning at Prix St Georges debut.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead: "We are not against having wild horses on the public lands but they need to be managed appropriately."
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Wyoming’s governor backs BLM’s checkerboard muster

Battle over fate of more than 800 mustangs intensifies.

Young Olympians capture the moment with IOC boss Thomas Bach
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Young Olympians capture the moment with IOC boss Thomas Bach

Youth Olympic Games kick off in Nanjing.

Where is Cecil? British police are seeking the public's help to reunite him with his mum.
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Police launch inquiry over theft of tiny foal from his mum

Where is Cecil? British police seek help to find him.

The spine of a horse. Photos: © Henri Granjean/ Inrap
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Unearthed Neanderthal site rich in horse bones

Site in France probably used to process hunted and scavenged animals.

Vesicular stomatitis cases in American horses stand at 277
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Vesicular stomatitis cases in American horses stand at 277

No signs of outbreak abating in Colorado and Texas.

Revamped rules are now in force for endurance. © FEI
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The hi-tech, high-stakes race for endurance gold

Prepare for the most scrutinised endurance race in history.

Wild horses in Wyoming.
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Wyoming wild horse muster delayed over court action by advocates

Bid to prevent roundup on Wyoming’s checkerboard lands.

FEI president Princess Haya at the final conference of the CSIO Barcelona.
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Princess Haya decides against seeking third presidential term

“I hope you will understand my decision,” she tells federations.

No laughing matter: Experts have successfully identified facial expressions in horses indicative of pain.
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Researchers seek innovative thinkers among horses

Germans plan study on horse intelligence.

Colorado Horse Park on the market
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Colorado Horse Park on the market

Largest horse park west of the Mississippi up for sale by founder Helen Krieble.

Bruce Goodin and Centina 10.
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NZ names sole showjumper for World Equestrian Games

Four-time Olympian Bruce Goodin to wear silver fern for first time at a World Champs.

Pictured at the launch of the World's Richest Young Horse Show Jumping Competition, the 2014 Irish Breeders Classic, Sky Sports presenter Rachel Wyse, with the 5 year old mare Ard Ginger Pop, winner of a 5 year old qualifier at the RDS and the Irish Sport Horse Studbook Final at Tattersalls. Ard Ginger Pop is one of several horses to be auctioned at the Goresbridge Select Show Jumpers Sale which will take place during the Irish Breeders Classic.
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Young Irish jumpers to vie for world’s richest prize pot

Irish Breeders Classic open to 5 and 6yo Irish-bred jumpers, with €45,000 prize fund.

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