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It’s Never Just a Horse – The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame Reveals Exciting New Exhibits
August 5, 2019 – Courtesy of Abigail Boatwright with Horse Illustrated The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is a must-see destination in Fort Worth, Texas. Since its opening in 2002, just beside the historic Will Rogers Equestrian Center, the museum has paid tribute to the women who shaped our western heritage. On March […]
U.S. Reining Teams Collect Six Medals at 2019 SVAG FEI Reining World Championships for Young Riders & Juniors
July 13, 2019 – Courtesy of by Kathleen Landwehr, US Equestrian Communications Department Givrins, Switzerland – The U.S. Reining Teams had excellent performances at the 2019 SVAG FEI Reining World Championships for Young Riders & Juniors in Givrins, Switzerland. The talented U.S. combinations collected two team medals and four individual medals under the guidance of […]
June 5, 2019 – Courtesy of Andrew Towne Via Wyoming News Exchange Torrington Telegram TORRINGTON — According to the NoKidHungry.org website, one in six children in the United States lives with hunger, and Angela Wood wanted to do something about that glaring statistic. A truck driver, Wood saw kids sleeping on the streets and going […]
April 1, 2019 – Courtesy of BloodHorse Portland Meadows plans to close according to the Oregon Racing Commission executive director, Jack McGrail, meaning the meet that wrapped up in early February will be the last for the track that opened 74 years ago. The track’s closing was first reported by Portland Monthly March 29. The publication […]
February 23, 2019 – Courtesy of Maryse Zeidler CBC News It’s a chilly, sunny afternoon at Twin Oaks Farm in south Richmond, B.C., and Jeri Sparshu is putting away his tools while a tall horse named Pedro keeps an eye on him from a stall. Sparshu, 42, has just finished working on Pedro — taking off his horseshoes, […]
February 1, 2019 – Courtesy of Sheila Hagar with Union Bulletin They say horseshoes bring good luck, but Jeff Engler has to wonder. Engler has worked in the Walla Walla Community College farrier science program as lead instructor for 21 years. He recently learned the college intends to shut the horseshoeing program down in June, […]
December 12, 2018 – Courtesy of American Horse Council and Paulick Report As the countdown to close the 115th Congress heads to the final stretch, Congress on Wednesday passed the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (H.R. 2), sending the legislation to the president, who is expected to sign the bill into law this week, according […]
July 9, 2018 – Courtesy of King County Story A rabid bat was found near the arena seating at Hollywood Hills Equestrian Park in Woodinville, WA. The bat was noticed by multiple people on Sunday afternoon, June 24. They were able to safely capture the bat and contacted animal control. The bat was taken to […]
May 20, 2018 – Welcome to the Horses Count Project, an undertaking to better understand equestrian needs in Snohomish County. This effort is being pursued so that we can better provide recreation facilities to support your needs. Are you a trail rider? Do you use competition facilities? Is there a shortage of a specific type […]