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Equine Influenza Class Action

Published on 09.07.2012
Maurice Blackburn, with the assistance of Attwood Marshall Lawyers, intends to file a class action in the Federal Court of Australia. The class action will seek damages for individuals, clubs, businesses and not-for-profit organisations that suffered economic loss due to the outbreak of equine influenza in eastern Australia in August 2007....


Scamper Galloping in Greener Pastures

Published on 06.07.2012
The website of top barrel racer, Charmayne James, has reported the passing of her legendary barrel racing Quarter Horse, Gills Bay Boy, known the world over as 'Scamper'. The 1977 gelding went to greener pastures on 4 July, very appropriate for a horse that earned 10 World Championships in WPRA Barrel Racing, one of the USA's most popular horse sports. He was 35 years old....


Totilas Withdrawn from Competing at Aachen

Published on 06.07.2012
Horse & Hound have reported that German super horse Totilas will not be competing in the CHIO in Aachen this weekend (5-8 July). The record-breaking black stallion by Gribaldi has been withdrawn as his German rider Matthias Rath, has glandular fever....


Sweden to Show the Way at Aachen - FEI Nations Cup™ 2012

Published on 05.07.2012
The Swedish team will be pathfinders around Frank Rothenberger’s daunting course as the fifth leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ 2012 gets underway at the prestigious Soers Arena in Aachen, Germany. ...


Driving Position Available - John Smith Horse Transport

Published on 05.07.2012
John Smith Horse Transport is looking for a Sydney based driver for their top class horse transport company. The job will involve a regular run to Melbourne and through Victoria. ...


FEI Nations Cup™ Live from Aachen on FEI TV

Published on 04.07.2012
LIVE coverage of the FEI Nations Cup™ advances to leg five this week with all of the official action from Aachen available on FEI TV. Subscribe to FEI TV today and you can watch all of the exclusive show jumping from Aachen on Thursday plus coverage from the remainder of the series. ...


Johnstone Out of the Running

Published on 03.07.2012
New Zealand Olympic hopeful Clarke Johnstone is out of the running for London after Orient Express suffered a leg injury. The UK based team bronze medallist from the 2010 World Champs is "gutted", especially after such a promising run in the cross country at Barbury Castle International Horse Trials at the weekend. ...


Win a Nathan Horse Float in the Equestrian Queensland Raffle!

Published on 02.07.2012
Who wouldn't jump at the opportunity to win a brand new horse float for only $5.00? Don't miss out on your chance to possibly become the owner of a fantastic Nathan NSLXe900 Extended Horse Float (valued at $21,912), buy a ticket in the Equestrian Queensland raffle now!...


Two Clones of Dressage Stallion 'Jazz' Born in USA

Published on 02.07.2012
Two healthy chestnut colts, clones of top Dutch dressage stallion Jazz, have been born in the United States. Eric Palmer, ceo of Cryozootech, reported that the chestnut colts are now two months old. The foals will both move to Broere Stud, home of 21 year old Jazz, in coming months....


Hay List Undergoes Groundbreaking Procedure for Injured Knee

Published on 30.06.2012
Champion gelding Hay List has undergone a remarkable medical first in Australia for a racehorse, with fat sucked from his tail and injected into his injured knee, in a groundbreaking procedure that could turn injury rehabilitation for horses and humans on its head....


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