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John Pearce Wins $50,000 EMO Grand Prix at HITS Thermal

John Pearce proved once again that he means business when he posted the fastest double-clear round aboard Forest View Farm’s Sun of a Gun in Sunday’s $50,000 EMO Grand Prix, presented by Pfizer Animal Health, to conclude the Desert Circuit

First Totilas Foal Born

The first foal by famed dressage stallion Totilas was born January 23rd, at the University Veterinary Clinic at Utrecht, in The Netherlands. The filly, called Moorlands Guinevere, was bred via embryo transfer. Her dam is the KWPN elite mare Sajouti

Ricoh Adds Name to Woodbine Mile

One of the world’s great turf races will be named the Ricoh Woodbine Mile after Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG) and Ricoh Canada Inc. reached an agreement on a two-year sponsorship. The ‘Mile,’ one of the shining gems on Woodbine’s thoroughbred

FEI Eventing Risk Management Action Plan on Target

The FEI Eventing Risk Management Action Plan, which was launched in January 2010, is on target, as shown by the steady decrease in the percentage of Cross-Country falls. National Safety Officers (NSOs) from 22 nations who attended the FEI’s annual

Ehning Makes it Five For Germany at Zurich

Marcus Ehning brought the German tally to five wins in the 2010/2011 Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping series with a convincing victory riding Noltes Kuchengirl at the ninth leg in Zurich, Switzerland today.  In an exciting seven-way jump-off against the

Germany’s Marcus Ehning, winner of today’s ninth leg of the 2010/2011 Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping series in Zurich, Switzerland is presented with a Rolex watch by Mr. Pedro Reiser, Market Manager Rolex Switzerland. Photo by Katja Stuppia/FEI

Fort Erie Racing

Sue Leslie, the President of the Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association of Ontario (HBPA)) would like to assure horse people that racing is going forward for 2011. “Rumours circulating regarding racing are simply not true”, said Leslie, “the Fort Erie

Piroplasmosis Import Update

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), which regulates all cross border shipment of animals from the U.S, has announced that all horses coming from Texas and New Mexico must be accompanied with an import permit. This move has been prompted