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Central Park Horse Show Won’t Run This Year

The Central Park Horse Show, established in 2014 and cancelled last year, will not run again this year either. But organizers say it will return in 2020.

By: Due South // Nancy Jaffer

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No U.S. Venue for 2022 Olympic and Para-Equestrian Qualifiers

The Kentucky Horse Park was not on the list for consideration as a host for the 2022 world championships, as the FEI announced bidders for those events.

By: Due South // Nancy Jaffer

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Equestrians, Brace Yourselves for Tough Talk from the Coroner

Coroner Derek Lee will put the deaths of young eventers Caitlyn Fischer and Olivia Inglis under a magnifying glass, revealing some harsh truths.

By: Cuckson Report // Pippa Cuckson

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Horse Industry Pros on What They Wish They’d Known Earlier

Canadian eventer Lesley Grant-Law asks fellow horse industry professionals what they wish they’d known sooner about horses, the business and the lifestyle.

By: Unfiltered Eventing

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USEF Takes Another Step Toward Keeping Young Equestrians Safe

USEF is implementing another protocol related to the SafeSport training program “committed to ending all forms of abuse in sport.”

By: Due South // Nancy Jaffer

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It’s Time for Equestrians to Get Clearer Rules About Rules

Most riders rely on equestrian judges and officials to know the rules, but with so many discipline, general and veterinary regulations, it gets confusing.

By: Cuckson Report // Pippa Cuckson

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Looking to the Future, New Eventing Prospects and All

Disappointed but not dissuaded after pulling out of Badminton, Selena looks to the future with Woody and tours barns in Ireland, looking for new mounts.

By: Team O'Hanlon

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Will the World Equestrian Games Return After All?

When the problem-plagued 2018 World Equestrian Games ended, it seemed the event’s death warrant had been signed. Could there be another one in the works?

By: Due South // Nancy Jaffer

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Selena’s Thrilled as Mark Todd Gives Woody a Try

Selena’s staying at Mark Todd’s yard in the lead up to Badminton, and this week she was thrilled that he had a chance to ride Woody.

By: Team O'Hanlon

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A Burnham Market Mix Up Despite Best Efforts to Stay on Course

Selena O’Hanlon and Woody take on the Burnham Market horse trials, but get lost on course thanks to some bad intel from an official.

By: Team O'Hanlon

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