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Young Mares In Demand At Inglis Scone Broodmare Sale

Published on 25.08.2012
The 2012 Inglis Scone Broodmare Sale was conducted at White Park on Friday, with young commercial mares demanding the day’s highest prices. The one-day sale recorded a clearance rate of 84%, as the highest price of $36,000 was recorded for five-year-old mare North Pole Dancer ....

 

Join the ESMA Expert Panel!

Published on 24.08.2012
Are you a budding marketing student with an interest in horses, or an equine student who’s played a part in marketing an event or competition? The PagePlay Equestrian Social Media Awards (ESMAs) is running a global competition to select one promising student to take a place on the 2013 Expert Panel....

 

Australia’s Top Endurance Riders Set to Take on the World’s Best

Published on 24.08.2012
Four Australians are among the 153 riders set to compete at the 2012 FEI World Endurance Championships. When the 160 kilometre event gets underway this Saturday, among the line-up will be two of Australia’s most seasoned Endurance riders and two riders making their World Championships debut....

 

Scone Broodmare Sale This Friday

Published on 23.08.2012
The annual Inglis Scone Broodmare Sale will be held at White Park this coming Friday 24 August, right on the edge of the 2012 southern hemisphere breeding season. Supplementary entries have taken the number of fillies and mares catalogued for the timely sale to 115. The complete catalogue is available online at www.inglis.com.au...

 

Have You Checked Out the New Sydney Equestrian Supplies Website Yet?

Published on 23.08.2012
Have you had a chance to check out the new Sydney Equestrian Supplies website yet? It has everything for you and your horse, with a huge range of products, fantastic specials and personal service, plus a mail order service that delivers anywhere. Great Rugs Special! Are your winter horse rugs looking a little worse for wear after the colder months? Then check out these great rug specials currently on offer:...

 

Property Identification Codes (PICs) Required in NSW from 1 September 2012

Published on 22.08.2012
NSW Department of Primary Industries has advised that from 1 September 2012, anyone who keeps livestock in NSW will be required to obtain a PIC for the land on which the livestock are kept. The expanded requirements also include deer, bison, buffalo, camelids, equines (ie: horses and donkeys), 100 or more poultry birds or 10 or more emus or ostriches....

 

Snap Up A Stallion Service and Support Lee Mannix

Published on 20.08.2012
Appaloosa breeder and western showing competitor Lee Mannix and her husband Brent, recently experienced a terrible tragedy. Brent was critically injured when his trail bike collided with a kangaroo at their small farm in Robinvale, Victoria. He suffered many injuries, including the fracturing of T 4,5 and 6 vertebrae, meaning that he will be a paraplegic. He is 42....

 

Kiwis Strong for World University Equestrian Championships

Published on 20.08.2012
New Zealand riders are expected to make quite a debut at the 10th World University Equestrian Championships in Aachen, Germany, this week. Rachael Bentall, Chloe Akers (pictured) and Helen Bruce will be the first ever Kiwi representatives at the biennial German event, but trainer John Cottle is picking they will do well. “It’s a new competition for us, but these girls are all great team members, good riders and will be excellent ambassadors for the country,” he said....

 

Rare Equine Art Closing Down Sale

Published on 17.08.2012
The owner, well known horseman Pete Trothe, has dedicated the last 30 years to the horse Industry, providing trophies and gifts as well as horse watching services for many of Australia's leading trainers, Horse Studs and Horse Sales Complexes....

 

Australian Tourists Hurt During New York Carriage Ride

Published on 17.08.2012
The New York Daily News have reported that a runaway carriage horse wreaked havoc during the start of rush hour on Thursday afternoon ,after breaking free and running off before hitting a parked car near Columbus Circle. Australian tourists Nathan and Kelly Thompson were enjoying a ride around the popular tourist spot around 4.20 pm when driver Mehmet Dundar tried to merge into traffic at the circle, witnesses and law enforcement sources said....

 

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