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Danielle Farnsworth performs with great credit at 2008 HOYS
Danielle just failed in her quest to win the Young Riders Championship of Great Britain at the 2008 Horse of the Year show in the NEC Birmingham. Danielle, riding Orlof Wisbecq, jumped a superb clear in the first round to be only one of six in the jump-off over what was a very technical and big track set by the International track designer. Danielle started off the jump-off in very determined mood and having flown the big oxar in the middle of th
Palmar Angles Effect on Laminitic Horse Hooves
Veterinarians and researchers around the world have been seeking a cure for laminitis for decades. While a cure remains elusive at present, several treatment options have been developed to help make laminitic horses more comfortable despite their condition. A team of researchers from New Zealand recently put one of the most common treatment methods to the test, however, and found that it might not be as effective in treating the clinical signs of
Max Routledg takes the Grand Prix win at Addington
Last week saw hundreds of riders descend upon Addington Manor for the second Winter Premier Show of the season. The major class was the Winter Grand Prix which took place on the final day of the show (Saturday) and saw some of Britain's top riders contest the 1.45m course. However it was young rider Max Routledge from Godalming in Surrey who secured the win riding his mother's (Margaret) 11yr old bay stallion Typhoon S. The pair managed to fend o
Huddersfield showjumper George Whitaker achieves double win in Austria
HUDDERSFIELD showjumper George Whitaker is celebrating a terrific double after scooping two wins in Austria.
Nineteen-year-old George, who is on the British Equestrian Federation’s UK Sport funded World Class Development Programme, won the CSI2 Grand Prix riding Sally McSharry’s 11-year-old chestnut mare Tubana.
And he backed that up by walking away with the prize for the highest placed Under 25 rider.
“I was away for nearly
Salix Among National HBPA Convention Discussion Topics
The National Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association (HBPA) will tackle several issues, including the use of furosemide on race day during its winter convention Jan. 12-16 in Hollywood Beach, Fla. Furosemide, known as Salix or Lasix, will be discussed Jan. 14 during the National HBPA Medication Committee forum. The organization said the "scientific case" for use of the drug to control exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhaging (EIPH) will b
Pfizer Participates in the 2011 AAEP Annual Convention
Pfizer Animal Health colleagues recently attended the 57th Annual Convention of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) to focus on continuing education for veterinarians and veterinary students. Pfizer Animal Health participates as a sponsor of the AAEP Foundation Celebration and various table topics during the convention. Other programs that Pfizer Animal Health sponsors include Good Works for Horses, the AAEP Student Chapter Sh
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Melbourne Cup: Dunaden beats Red Cadeaux in thrilling finish
French raider Dunaden denied Britain a first Melbourne Cup victory by beating the Ed Dunlop-trained Red Cadeaux in a photo finish at Flemington. The five-year-old, saddled by Mikel Delzangles and ridden by Christophe Lemaire, got home by a nose to win 'the race that stops a nation'.
Lucas Cranach was third in the $6m (£4m) two-mile event watched by 100,000 people at the Australian racecourse. Last year's winner Americain was a fast-finishi
Breeders` Cup: Veitch Defends Actions in Life At Ten Case
John Veitch, the chief state steward for Kentucky Thoroughbred racing, defended his actions June 28 in the first day of a hearing in connection with Life At Ten's participation in the Breeders' Cup Ladies' Classic at Churchill Downs, located in Louisville, last Nov. 5. Prior to the race, jockey John Velazquez, interviewed while aboard Life At Ten as a rider on a lead pony held a microphone rode alongside, told ESPN commentator Jerry Bailey that t
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