Monthly Archives: March 2012

Finalists Named at NRCHA Stakes

QUEEN, Arizona (NRCHA) – On Friday, March 23, the finalists were determined for the 2012 National Reined Cow Horse Association Stakes. The Stakes, held at the beautiful Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre in Queen Creek, Arizona, is open for 4-…

Texas Commission to Address Active Track License Issue at Next Meeting

TRC RULES COMMITTEE TO ADDRESS ‘ACTIVE/INACTIVE’ LICENSE DEFINITION By David Hooper, Texas Thoroughbred Association AUSTIN, (TTA) – The Texas Racing Commission Rules Committee will meet Tuesday afternoon in Austin at 1:30pm with the most important item being the continuing effort…

American Paint Horse breaks record at NCHA Eastern National Championships

FORT WORTH, (APHA) – With more than $80,000 in National Cutting Horse Association lifetime earnings, American Paint Horse A Cat Named Sue broke a record while winning three championships at the NCHA Eastern Nationals, map 2 of reverse search which…

Show Jumping Competition Continues at Wellington in Olympic Qualifier

WELLINGTON, (USEF) – – Two rounds of jumping for the USEF National Show Jumping Championships took place on Thursday at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center – and for the 30 horses returning for the penultimate round, there was also…

Crawford and Bergen Tie for Preliminary Rein Work High Score at NRCHA Stakes

OKLAHOMA CITY, (NRCHA) – National Reined Cow Horse Association Million Dollar Riders Todd Bergen and Todd Crawford dominated the rein work of the NRCHA Stakes preliminaries. Bergen piloted two horses – The One Time and Shiners Dun Juan – to…

20th Annual Live Oak International is Underway in Ocala

OCALA, (USEF) – The 20th Annual Live Oak International got underway today on the serene grounds of Live Oak Plantation, also home to leading Thoroughbred breeding and training facility, Live Oak Stud in Ocala Florida. The Live Oak International represents…

Your Horse and Spring Thunderstorms

COLLEGE ATATION, (TAMU) – Severe weather can be a troubling event, especially when there are animals whose welfare and comfort is of concern as well. Small pets can usually take cover with their owners, but what precautions can an owner…

Kentucky Racehorse Rescue Adds Another Laural

OLD FRIENDS EARNS VERIFIED STATUS FROM THE GLOBAL FEDERATION OF ANIMAL SANCTARIES GEORGETOWN, KY – MARCH 22, 2012 – Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement Center in Georgetown, KY, is happy to announce that the non-profit organization has achieved “Verified Status”…

Small Town Politics Could Be High Stakes for Horses at Equine Hotspot,Wellington

Wellington Citizens File Suit to Ensure Votes Fairly Counted Voting Glitch Leaves Citizens Disenfranchised WELLINGTON, (Phelps)  – Today, seven Wellington citizens filed a lawsuit against the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections, Susan Bucher, the Village of Wellington Canvassing Board…