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China: 600 horses had to die…

A massive investment in Beijing´s racetrack, with the hope of making more millions from a gambling-obsessed nation. But the Chinese government was never persuaded, and some of the losers had

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Jean-Claude van Geenberghe riding for Ukraine

Following in the footsteps of Gregory Wathelet, Jean-Claude Van Geenberghe will be riding for the Ukraine in the future. Alexandre Onischenko (UKR) has recruited his next top rider in the

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Lord´s Classic change of owners

The 8 year old mare, Lord´s Classics, ridden to much success by Marcus Ehning´s younger brother Johannes this year, has been travelling this past week. It looked like the talented

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Equus 2005 – International Horse Show

Following on the success of the previous edition, EXPONOR – Porto International Fair will organise the newest edition of EQUUS – International Horse Show, from 8th to 11th December, 2005.

Fairs & Events News

Golegã, a tribute to the Iberian Horse

With success the Golegã’s annual celebration of the horse – Golegã Horse Fair – a flamboyant festival for horse lovers ended last week. Besides its usual programme, this year coincided

Fairs & Events News

SICAB 2005 in Seville

The SICAB 2005, The International Horse Fair for the PRE horses (22-27th November), has reached international level both in its organization and capacity, with 150,000 visitors, 1,200 Purebred Spanish Horses

Horse Racing News

Carberry enters ´not guilty` plea

Irish jockey Paul Carberry one of the leading jockeys, has pleaded not guilty to breaching the peace on a flight from Spain to Dublin last month. Carberry, 31, who won

Horse Racing News

Sale of race horses in Deauville

The final European sale of the year begins in Deauville on December 3, with the start of the three-day Agence Francaise mixed sale of yearlings and horses in training. The

Animal Health News

Plea from a Town Councillor «Stop Horse Slaughter»

A Town Councillor from the Mourão Municipality in Brasil, Mr. Isidoro Moraes has appealed to the Federal Government, that the slaughter of horses be banned from the state. According to

Dressage News

Anky books her ´Passage` to Olympia

The line-up for this year’s Olympia World Cup Dressage Qualifier (13-19 Dec) just couldn’t get better with the news that the greatest dressage rider of this generation, Anky van Grunsven