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USEF Names Four to U.S. Paralympic Equestrian Team

Story Via: United States Equestrian Federation

The United States Equestrian Federation has named the team for the 2012 Paralympic Games. The four athletes representing the U.S. in London turned heads at the Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championship and Selection Trial held in Gladstone, NJ in June.

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Washington International Horse Show Prize List Now Available

The Washington International Horse Show (WIHS), is pleased to announce the 2012 WIHS Prize List, which includes several exciting changes to the show program, is now available online. The country's leading metropolitan indoor equestrian event, now in its 54th year, will take place October 23-28, 2012, at Verizon Center in downtown Washington, D.C.

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USDF Sport Horse Seminar to be Held in Florida in August

Story Via: Kim Sodt

The United States Dressage Federation (USDF) is pleased to announce that the annual USDF Sport Horse Seminar will be held August 31 - September 2, 2012 at Pennock Point Sport Horses in Reddick, FL.  Comprised of both classroom lecture portions and hands-on evaluations, the sessions will provide valuable insight into four major areas: ideal movement and conformation of a sport horse, considerations when selecting breeding stock, and show ring strategies, as well as competition rules and judging guidelines.  Noted USEF 'S' and DSHB 'R' Judge Kristi Wysocki will be the seminar instructor at this great educational event. She has a long list of judging credentials and will impart her vast knowledge in this personalized format.

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Usain Colt An Homage To Sprinter

Story Via & Photo: www.msn.foxsports.com

The 3-year-old thoroughbred named after the world's fastest man is being lined up for several races in Britain this summer, and his owners hope Usain Bolt will meet his equine namesake while he is in London for the Olympics.

Trying to schedule an appointment with the three-time Olympic champion is proving difficult, however, with the opening ceremony for London Games set for Friday.

Bolt has been training in seclusion on a track at the University of Birmingham, a facility surrounded by thick bushes and patrolled by security.

"Usain Bolt is not the easiest person to get a hold of these days, but I'd like to hope that Usain Colt's chance to meet him after the Olympics would be boosted if the horse wins a race this summer," said Jake Warren, one of the horse's handlers. Read Full Story

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