Thursday, October 19 2017 by Editor
Edge Brewing Equestrian, the philanthropic arm of Edge Brewing Barcelona, has been ‘Saving Horses One Beer At a Time’ since 2015.
Last week, the Bureau of Land Management started another devastating helicopter round up of nearly 600 wild horses from open land in Wyoming. These horses became another statistic, added to the many thousands that have already lost their freedom due to mismanagement and poor policy by our government. We are writing you today to personally request your support
Optimum by Biostar EQ, The Only Organic and GMO-Free Vitamin and Mineral Supplement is Now Available in a Powder
Monday, July 15 2013 by Editor
(July 15, 2013) Gordonsville, VA – When you’re looking for a whole food sourced mineral and vitamin supplement, then look no further than Biostar’s Optimum EQ. Using gentle dehydration techniques and the freshest most nutrient rich foods, there is little than can compete with Biostar EQ’s products. Their ever popular Optimum EQ has been available up till now only in small bars for convenience feeding.
Friday, July 12 2013 by Editor
DALTON, OHIO (July 10, 2013) – Equine Science Society (ESS) recently honored Patricia Harris, Ph.D., director of science, Mars Horsecare, for her work as a scientist and equine nutrition specialist. Harris was presented with the Equine Nutrition Research Award, sponsored by the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA), during an annual ESS meeting in New Mexico in May. She is the first non-American to receive the prestigious award.
Friday, July 12 2013 by Editor
Historic Westchester Cup to Air on NBC Sports Network July 11, 2013 (Wellington, Fla.) – The U.S. will vie against England for the oldest and most prestigious trophy in international polo competition during the Westchester Cup on Sunday, July 28, at Guards Polo Club in England. Fans will get an up-close look at American polo played amidst the storied competition when NBC Sports Network broadcasts the championship on Sunday, Aug
Friday, July 05 2013 by Editor
The Polo Girls Society wants to wish everyone a safe and happy 4th of July! Enjoy the day by laying by the pool, grabbing some mallets for polo, grilling hotdogs and hamburgers, and watching fireworks. Also, we hope everyone remembers this day as Independence Day and honor the armed forces. This wonderful nation wouldn’t be here without them! We want to introduce our new Social Site at http://pologirlssociety.com/pologirlssocial/
Liz Halliday made the perfect start to her international 3-Day Eventing season at Barroca d’Alva in Portugal last weekend by winning the CIC* International with Blackie (Fernhill By Night). The event was marred by sadness however when experienced fellow rider Bruno Bouvier suffered a fatal accident when his horse had a rotational fall during Saturday’s CIC** Cross Country. Liz had known and competed against Bruno for many years and the following day dedicated her victory to a respected and much-loved member of the international eventing community.
Thursday, March 07 2013 by Editor
Bingen, WA—Keep your cool and stride out of the crowd with Kerrits’ new Pro Dot Riding Shirt, built for “pro-formance” with technical fabric that combines with Ice Fil® panels for enhanced breathability and flexibility.
Animal Welfare Groups, New Mexico Leaders Express Great Disappointment in USDA’s Decision to Process Application for Horse Slaughter Plant…
Sunday, March 03 2013 by Editor
WASHINGTON (March 1, 2013) – The Humane Society of the United States, the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), Front Range Equine Rescue and Animal Protection of New Mexico strongly criticized a decision by the Obama administration to process an application for inspecting horse slaughter at a New Mexico facility on the grounds that killing horses for human consumption is inhumane and creates a serious health risk to consumers. If the application is approved, Valley Meat Company LLC will be the first facility in the U.S. to slaughter horses for human consumption since 2007, when the few remaining plants closed after Congress chose to eliminate funding for horse meat inspections
Tuesday, February 26 2013 by Editor
West Palm Beach, FL – February 6, 2013 - The story of Harry de Leyer and Snowman is one that will be forever remembered in the hearts and minds of those who knew the “eighty-dollar champion.” “Man O’ War? Secretariat?