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USC’s Boo Major Named 2014 National Collegiate Equestrian Coach of the Year

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USC’s Boo Major Named 2014 National Collegiate Equestrian Coach of the Year

She guided the Gamecocks to a 15-3 record this season and their second straight Southeastern Conference championship, becoming South Carolina’s first team to win back-to-back SEC titles. She was also voted SEC Coach of the Year for the second year in a row.

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NCEA Sportsmanship Award Goes to South Dakota State Equestrian Team

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NCEA Sportsmanship Award Goes to South Dakota State Equestrian Team

An example of the Jackrabbits sportsmanship this year was towards the University of South Carolina during the teams’ Nov. 23, 2013 competition in Brookings, S.D. Several Gamecock student-athletes and staff members still had missing luggage the morning of the meet, but South Dakota State’s student-athletes and coaches agreed to move back the competition and offered to provide the Gamecocks with competition attire for the meet until their luggage arrived.

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Upcoming Convention Will Focus on Decline in Breed Registration Numbers

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Upcoming Convention Will Focus on Decline in Breed Registration Numbers

“Every major equine breed registry has seen a dramatic drop in the number of registered horses over the last ten years. What are the reasons? Is this a function of the economy or a fundamental, permanent change in the industry? What will it mean for the industry, short and long-term? Are some breeds and activities affected more than others?” noted AHC president Jay Hickey.

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Marine Vet Becomes First to Receive APHF Scholarship for a Wounded Warrior

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Marine Vet Becomes First to Receive APHF Scholarship for a Wounded Warrior

Unable to work or return to school, Nick says he felt depressed, isolated, anxious and angry. Nick’s therapy included horseback riding at BraveHearts Therapeutic Riding and Educational Center in Poplar Grove, Illinois—it was there Nick discovered the impact horses can have on healing.

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May PHS Online Auction Will Include Partial Dispersal of Leading Breeder JMK Quarter Horses

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May PHS Online Auction Will Include Partial Dispersal of Leading Breeder JMK Quarter Horses

James Kifer, owner of JMK Quarter Horses, is offering breeders a chance to buy from the heart of the program that has earned him recognition as the AQHA ALL TIME LEADING Breeder of ROM Halter horses. The JMK program has produced numerous AQHA and PHBA World Champions. This offering of 21 horses includes…

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TCU Equestrian Signs 2013 ApHC Reserve Champ Kaitlyn Jenkerson

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TCU Equestrian Signs 2013 ApHC Reserve Champ Kaitlyn Jenkerson

Jenkerson, who hails from Cornelius, Ore., comes to TCU after claiming 2013 APHC Reserve World Championship and Novice High Point honors. She also earned 4X Reserve Champion accolades at the 2010 PTHA World Show.

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Grand Opening of New Texas A&M $32 Million Equine Complex

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Grand Opening of New Texas A&M $32 Million Equine Complex

Texas A&M celebrated the grand opening of the Thomas G. Hildebrand, DVM ’56 Equine Complex. This $32 million dollar facility is the first phase of a planned $80 million dollar project of the Equine Initiative.

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Hump Day Humor: Horses Beat the Heat With Kiddie Pool and Sprinklers

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Hump Day Humor: Horses Beat the Heat With Kiddie Pool and Sprinklers

What’s a horse to do when summer temperatures begin to rise? A few resourceful equines used two childhood favorites, an inflatable kiddie pool and running through the sprinklers, to help beat the heat. Another pair took a more laid back approach by resting in a pond and blowing bubbles. Click here to watch Duke play […]

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EC Foal Photo of the Day: At Last!

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EC Foal Photo of the Day: At Last!

Bradley nicknamed the filly “Etta” in honor of Etta James’ song At Last. She was born on March 29th at 3 am at 374 days, but she was well worth the wait!

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Priceless Reaction to a Sweet Sixteen Surprise…

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Priceless Reaction to a Sweet Sixteen Surprise…

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