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Ride an American Quarter Horse, Tour AQHA Hall of Fame, and More During National Day of the Cowboy July 27th in Amarillo

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Ride an American Quarter Horse, Tour AQHA Hall of Fame, and More During National Day of the Cowboy July 27th in Amarillo

The National Day of the Cowboy is an event that is celebrated around the country, including right here in Amarillo. Local groups have joined forces to teach, entertain and celebrate the eighth annual National Day of the Cowboy with the public. The celebration takes place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 27 at the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum. This free event will provide entertainment for the whole family.

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Potomac Horse Fever Surfaces in Virginia

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This summer, several cases of Potomac Horse Fever (PHF) were reported in central Virginia.1 Although the disease is not contagious, it can be fatal and the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services made horse owners aware of the threat. Megan Green, DVM, manager, Merial’s Large Animal Veterinary Services, advises horse owners, especially those in […]

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Search Warrants Executed at Teskey’s Saddle Shops in Texas

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According to a piece by the Weatherford Democrat, federal law enforcement officers executed search warrants at two Teskey’s retail locations in Weatherford and Fort Worth, Texas today. Click here to read more. A notice posted on Teskey’s official Facebook page indicates the temporary store closing is to “investigate alleged marking violations on products of import.”  

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AQHA Announces Reaction to Final Judgment in Cloning Case and Their Plan Moving Forward

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AQHA will file a motion to stay the enforcement of the judgment pending the outcome of the appellate process. In the interim, AQHA has started the process of incorporating the court’s rules to accept the registration of horses produced by cloning as set forth in the final judgment.

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Outrage in Salt Lake City After Horse Collapses During Carriage Ride, Expected to Recover

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According to a piece in the New York Daily News, animal rights activists are up in arms over an event that occurred this week in Salt Lake City where a 13-year-old carriage horse collapsed mid-ride. Thankfully, “Jerry” is expected to recover. As a cautionary note, the images within the article might be considered as disturbing […]

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Cruelty Charges Against TN Trainer Dropped Due to “Sequester Rule” Violation

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Aggravated animal cruelty charges against a Tennessee Walking Horse trainer accused of violating the Horse Protection Act (HPA) by soring horses were dropped last week, but the case could still be far from over. Soring is the deliberate injury to a horse’s feet and legs to achieve an exaggerated high-stepping gait. On the federal level, […]

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Judge Orders AQHA to Pay Plaintiffs $900,000 in Cloning Case Legal Fees

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According to the Amarillo Globe-News, earlier this week a U.S. District judge ordered AQHA to pay approximately $900,000 in legal fees involved in the current cloning case. The Association has indicated they plan to continue to move forward with appeal efforts if/when the judge enters a court order that they must register clones. Click here […]

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FOX News Picks up Topic of AQHA Cloning Case With “Seabiscuit 2? World’s Largest Horse Registry Forced to Include Cloned Horses”

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FOX News recently picked up the topic of the AQHA cloning conundrum and published a piece today entitled, “Seabiscuit 2? World’s Largest Horse Registry Forced to Include Cloned Horses.” The article cites AQHA spokesman, Tom Persechino; participant in the lawsuit, Jason Abraham; Villanova University’s Angela DiBenedetto; owner of clone Royal Blue Boon, Elaine Hall; and […]

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California Eases Equine Coggins Requirements From Six Months to One Year

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California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law Aug. 17 that changes the requirement for a negative Coggins test for horses coming into the state from six months to one year. “This means less money spent by horsemen,” said Bob Fox, legislative analyst for the California Horse Council, sponsors of AB 1388, in a […]

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Carol Rose Quarter Horses Dispersal Sale is Posting Impressive Numbers: A Shiner Named Sioux Sells For $850,000

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A historic event is currently taking place in Gainesville, Texas at a ranch belonging to AQHA Hall of Fame breeder and all-time leading breeder of performance horses, Carol Rose. Rose’s complete dispersal sale began early this morning, and by the looks of the numbers thus far this event will be one for the record books. According […]

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