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HorseCity.com Launches Exclusive DVD Club

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The award-winning teams behind “HorseCity.com TV” and “Extreme Cowboy Race” have created a DVD-based program for all equine enthusiasts. 


The HorseCity.com DVD Club pulls together the popular

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Alberto Downgraded to a Tropical Storm

According to a National Hurricane Center public advisory posted at 11:00 a.m., a hurricane warning had been downgraded to a tropical storm warning for the Gulf Coast of Florida from Bayport northward, and westward to the Ochlockonee River. All

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Drivers Test New Track at Florida Horse Park

A new marathon course with untested hazards, a new ring, incorporation of a “theme-park,” and jumpers, polo players, and trail riders zigzagging around? It could be a recipe for a disaster.


But it wasn’t a disaster. It was

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Giacomo Out for the Year

Giacomo, upset winner of the Kentucky Derby, will be sidelined for the remainder of the year with a bone chip in his left front fetlock that he suffered in the Belmont Stakes. Trainer John Shirreffs said the prognosis is excellent, and he is

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A Promising Future

When equine industry leaders gathered in Washington, D.C., on April 19 for the first Unwanted Horse Summit, it marked the start of an unprecedented effort by the horse community to address the care and fate of this country’s ?unwanted? horses. The

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Antibody Prevalence

Horses can get the potentially severe and fatal disease coccidioidomycosis from the fungus Coccidioides immitis, which grows in portions of California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah. However, researchers recently discovered that

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Noted Equine Researcher Jack Bryans Dead at 80

John T. Jack Bryans, MS, PhD, an equine researcher who developed numerous vaccines, died Saturday night from cancer at his home in Lexington. He was 80.

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John T. Jack Bryans, MS, PhD, an equine researcher who developed numerous vaccines, died Saturday night from cancer at his home in Lexington. He was 80.

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Horse Owners Sentenced For USDA Import Violations

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced that horse facility owners Emil and Anna Jung of Gehlenberg-Friesoythe, Germany, have been sentenced after pleading guilty to three counts each of false statements and mail fraud.

On

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Humane Care And Treatment Of Exhibition Animals Meeting Open To Public

The U.S. Department of Agriculture will hold a public meeting to discuss issues related to the humane care and treatment of exhibition animals covered under the Animal Welfare Act.

I’m looking forward to hearing what people will say”P>The U.S. Department of Agriculture will hold a pu

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USDA And Tenn. Horse Owner Settle HPA Charges

The U.S. Department of Agriculture and Bobbie Jo Garrison, a horse owner in Crossville, Tenn., have settled charges of Horse Protection Act (HPA) violations.

Soring is a cruel and abusive practice; it is not an acceptable method of”P>The U.S. Department of Agriculture and Bobbie Jo Garrison, a horse owne

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Equitana

Held June 15-18 at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky., Equitana featured around 800 demonstrations and educational seminars, the Mane Event, concerts, and hundreds of booths with equine products

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The Same, but Different

How many of you just spent a pretty big chunk of your weekend around horses? It amazes me in talking to other horse people just how many things can be done that involve everything from the Thelwell-sized ponies to upper level dressage horses to

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Equine Veterinary Books Available

The W.B. Saunders Company offers a catalog that features a variety of in-depth equine medicine and surgery books for veterinarians. In addition, W.B. Saunders invites professional authors to submit proposals for editorial evaluation.

The

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