Equestria World News

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Meet the yoga guru who performs body-bending poses on her horse

by | 15 April 2016

A devoted yogi has combined her passion for yoga and horses by practicing her complicated stretches and poses while balanced on the back of her beloved Appaloosa. Angela Nunez, a 27-year-old yoga teacher from Middleburg,

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Fire crews to the rescue after horse becomes stuck in a ditch

by | 24 August 2016

Fire crews in South Yorkshire have successfully rescued a horse that had become stuck in a ditch. Crews from Birley Moor and Tankersley fire stations were called to the incident on Chapel Street in Mosbrough,

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Texas horse shelter finds mother and baby with toxins in their bodies

by | 24 August 2016

An East Texas sheriff’s department recently called out a horse rescue shelter to an area where its workers found two horses on the brink of death living in unlivable conditions. Safe Haven Equine Rescue received

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Horse Rescued on Eve of Notorious Trainer’s Hall of Fame Induction

by | 14 August 2016

In the run-up to notorious horse trainer Steve Asmussen’s induction into the Horse Racing Hall of Fame—which comes just nine months after the New York State Gaming Commission fined him $10,000 for violations uncovered in

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What to expect – 2016 Olympics equestrian’s jumping competition

by | 14 August 2016

Today (Sunday 14th Aug) kicks off Equestrian’s third and final Olympic event, jumping. Horse and rider combinations will jump fences consisting of poles inside the Olympic Equestrian Centre, with penalties for knock-downs, refusals, falls, and

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Rio Olympics 2016: Great Britain win team dressage silver, Germany take gold

by | 14 August 2016

Defending champions Great Britain won silver in the Olympic team dressage, as world champions Germany claimed gold. The British quartet – Spencer Wilton, Fiona Bigwood, Carl Hester and Charlotte Dujardin – were beaten into second

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