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Overcoming Riding Fears

15th November 2003

BETA Outdoor Rug Guide And Advice
Looking to buy an outdoor rug for your horse or pony?
Help is on hand with the new BETA Rug guide.
BETA, (the British Equestrian Trade Association), represents most of the UK's equestrian manufacturers, distributors and retailers, and aims to raise standards of supply, retail and safety.

The association has re-launched its leaflet 'Guide to Purchasing your Outdoor Rug' which is full of valuable advice for horse owners and riders, and covers all aspects to consider when buying a rug for your horse or pony.
There are many different types of rugs manufactured to suit a variety of purposes, and choosing the correct one for your horse's needs can become quite difficult.
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horse British Horse Society Ragwort Bill enters final stage
Fears that conservations groups were prepared to wreck the British Horse Society (BHS) initiated Ragwort Control Bill thankfully proved unfounded in the House of Lords late last night (12 November). Amendments tabled prior to Report Stage were withdrawn during debate, enabling the Bill to move one stage closer to becoming law and provide for a code of practice with evidential status.
Amendment 1: Page 1, Line 5, leave out 'prevent the spread of' and insert 'reduce the risk of horses dying from eating [Ragwort]' tabled by the Lord Bishop of Hereford and in particular, Amendment 2: Leave out Clause 1, tabled by Lord Brooke of Sutton Mandeville would, if accepted, have effectively wrecked the Bill at almost the last stage. The amendments reflected concerns of the Wildlife & Countryside Link (Link), an umbrella group of 32 member organisations, on the effect a code of practice to control Ragwort would have on the plant's ecological status.
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Kurten Wins Young Horse Class At Berlin
CONFIRMING her recent return to form, Ireland's Jessica Kurten tonight (Friday) won the prestigious Audi Cup for Young Horses at the World Cup event in Berlin.
Riding the 7 yr old bay gelding <Laurus>, Kurten saw off a strong field of 24 starters, including such luminaries as Germany's Markus Beerbaum and former world champion Rodrigo Pessoa.
The World Cup competition at Berlin takes place on Sunday.
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Barry Capstick To Represent Ireland
BRITISH-born four-in-hand driver Barry Capstick will from now on represent Ireland at international carriage driving events and at World Driving Championships.
Capstick, a 46-year old professional driver from Stow-on-the-Wold in Great Britain, has been competing successfully in the horse pair and horse team classes since 1990. Capstick represented Great Britain at several major international events such as Aachen, Breda and Windsor and at the World Four-in-Hand Championships in Wolfsburg and Jerez de la Frontera.
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14th November 2003
horse New Release - Dressage For Jumping With Richard Davison, John and Robert Whitaker
Dressage for Jumping is an innovative training video in which international dressage rider and double Olympian, Richard Davison, is joined by show jumping legend John Whitaker and his son Robert. The result is 90 minutes of fascinating and comprehensive instruction on the flat and over jumps as Richard's dressage expertise is moulded with the Whitakers' jumping prowess.
During the programme, Richard takes viewers through the training session, covering suppleness, yielding to the leg and half halt. He is joined by John Whitaker to assess the young jumping horse and together they tackle some common problems. With John and Robert Whitaker, Richard looks at seeing a stride including arriving correctly at take-off, shortening and lengthening on the flat and between jumps before moving on to look at jumping a course. Finally there are advanced exercises on the flat to perfect the turn and jumping against the clock.
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horse New Full Length Riding Coat From Gumleaf
Gumleaf has launched the Carlisle full length riding coat which offers total protection whatever the weather.
“This coat is made in the UK on the lines of an Australian stock coat in a lightweight and supple dark brown wax,” says Gumleaf founder Alistair Paterson, who farms 1,000 acres in Norfolk.
“Cotton lined with a polyester drip band, leg straps and saddle gusset are standard and the coat can be snapped around the legs to convert to leggings in severe conditions.”
Both breathable and waterproof the Carlisle has an oiled nubuck padded leather collar and elbow patches and the cape can be removed to give a more “traditional English appearance”. The coat also benefits from hand warmer pockets for added user comfort.
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Federation Equestre Internationale News
FEI World Cup Dressage
Star riders in Berlin for the first Dressage World Cup of the Western European League
The Western European League of the FEI Dressage World Cup opens this weekend in Berlin, Germany . A star-studded cast will grace the Messegelande for the qualifying grand prix on Saturday 14th November, followed by the FEI World Cup Freestyle on Sunday morning.

German riders are out in force, led by European team gold medallist Heike Kemmer, who has a head start of 20 points gained from her win at the Central European league show in Zaposvar, Hungary. She is joined by, among others, former World Cup and Olympic champion Isabell Werth and Olympian Ann Kathrin Linsenhoff.
British rider Emma Hindle, who led her team to bronze medal at this summer's European Championships, is starting her first serious World Cup in Berlin. She has 22 points already from the Central league, thanks to a second place behind Kemmer in Hungary and an early season place in Zsiaz, Poland.
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Parelli Natural Horsemanship Methods Presented to Her Majesty the Queen and Other Distinguished Guests
On the 5th November 2003, Pat Parelli together with Neil Pye, David Stuart, Charlotte Dennis, Inge Sainsbury and Silke Vallentin presented Parelli Natural Horsemanship methods to Her Majesty the Queen and other distinguished guests. Guests included the US Ambassador to the UK, Head of the Cavalry, Head of the Kings Troop, Head of the Metropolitan Police Mounted Division, The Queens Equerry, Head of the Ceremonial Horses, Lord Vesty together with over 100 other guests. The 3 hour presentation took place at the Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace.
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Debbie McDonald Named Champion of 2003 Dressage World Cup Final
Gladstone, New Jersey—November 13, 2003—Debbie McDonald of Hailey, ID, has become the first U.S. rider to hold the title of Dressage World Cup Champion. McDonald, who originally placed second to German rider Ulla Salzgeber in the 2003 World Cup Dressage Final in Gothenburg, Sweden last March riding Mrs. Peggy C. Thomas’s Brentina, became the 2003 World Cup champion when Salzgeber was disqualified from the championship by the FEI (International Equestrian Federation) Judicial Committee after it determined that her horse, Rusty 47, had been given Testoterone Propionate.
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horse Sheehy's Mayfly Lands Grand Prix on Debut
Last weekend saw the second leg take place of the Inaugural Leinster Indoor Show-jumping Championship Series. This time it was the ponies turn to take centre stage in the Kathleen Flannelly Memorial Arena at Kill International Equestrian Centre. With over 650 pre-entries made from all round the country for the show it promised to be busy weekend, with a lot of good jumping in store as the five members of the European Bronze Medal winning team were competing.
Saturday saw competitors ease into the groove and familiarise themselves and their ponies to the impressive new complex with customary D, CD and ABC classes for each height categories. Familiar faces who popped up in the winning line up on a number of occasions on Saturday morning in the 128cms classes included Joseph Sweeney (Theo Lite and Rags to Riches), Gerard Clarke (Jo's Dancer and Drishogue Brandy), Bertram Allen (She's Pretty) and Lucy Bowler (She's Pretty). However, the 128 that caught the eye was the impressive combination of Daniel Mullins and I'm Otto who won the 128cms ABC with over two seconds to spare from Jenny Brennan taking both second and third on Sprinter's Magic and Woodlouse respectively.
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CSI**** Stuttgart (Ger) 19 - 23 November 2003
Nick Skelton From Shrewley, WARWICKSHIRE, Michael Whitaker From Whatton, NOTTS, John Whitaker From Huddersfield, WEST YORKS, Robert Smith From Shrewley, WARWICKSHIRE have been invited and authorised to compete at the above mentioned show Please click here for further details


CSI* Pontedera (Ita) 21 - 23 November 2003
Anna Rees From Pombia, ITALY has been authorised to compete at the above mentioned show
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13th November 2003
horse British Horse Society comments on passport regulations
The British Horse Society, having studied the finalised Horse Passports (England) Regulations 2003 published by Defra yesterday, has the following comment to make.
The BHS is pleased that at long last the equestrian world has sight of the regulations relating to horse passports, which come into force on 30 November. It welcomes the fact that several issues raised by equine organisations have been accepted by Defra and implemented in the final document, particularly in relation to extending the deadline six months to 30 June 2004 and the movement of foals when the dam is moved to or from stud.
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Demand Forces Extra Day For Trailblazers Championships
The championship meeting for the 2004 South Essex Insurance Brokers/PSOA Trailblazer series has been extended to four days (August 5-8)
"This will be the fourth year of the series, and the numbers going forward to the final have steadily increased," said Permanent Show Organiser Association (PSOA) chairman Norman Bargh. "Last year about 58,000 riders competed in first rounds, from which about 1,950 qualified for the three day final - which left us very tight for time."
In the 2003-2004 series, a total of 44 PSOA centres - six more than in the previous year - are holding first round showjumping and dressage qualifiers and rider registrations are up by about 800.
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horse Feed for the Older Horse this Winter
Specially formulated to help keep old horses looking younger, Old Faithful's Special Blend is a firm favourite for owners of veteran horses and this Allen & Page feed really does help keep the condition on through the colder months. The must-have stock for retailers everywhere this winter, this feed has a great reputation for keeping older horses feeling and looking well.
Popular with horse owners for its ability to avoid the problem of winter weight-loss in older horses, Old Faithful's Special Blend also provides higher levels of digestible energy sources and good quality protein. Vitamins and minerals are carefully balanced to suit older horses.
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horse Wylye mounted games team - guests of honour at new Superstore
What a year for the Wylye Pony Club Mounted Games team! Two months ago they were presented to HRH Princess Royal at the Horse of the Year Show and then made history last weekend by opening the new Robinsons' Equestrian Superstore at Ashton-in-Makerfield, Lancashire, situated just off junction 23 of the M6.
The Wylye team members were: James Stark from Stanton Drew, Chris Clinton from Chewton Mendip, Hannah Seabourne from Faulkland Bath, Tayah Barrs from Freshford and Mary Chivers from Stratton on the Fosse. Maria Gibson trained the team and Jim Morgan is Team Manager. Wylye won not only the Robinsons' Trophy but also the prestigious Prince Philip Cup in the national finals of The Pony Club Mounted Games competition held at the Horse of the Year Show in September. Robinsons, who have sponsored both of these competitions for the last two years, are the largest equestrian mail order company in the country and did have, until September 2002, the biggest equestrian retail store in the country until it was totally destroyed by fire.
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Federation Equestre Internationale News
12 November 2003
The Judicial Committee of the FEI has today issued its decision in the medication control case involving the horse Rusty 47 and the rider, Ulla Salzgeber (GER) (the "PR"), submitted to the Judicial Committee for decision on October 23 2003.
Germany's Lars Nieberg stood on the winners podium at the third leg of the FEI World Cup series in Verona today after a perfectly-measured victory with Loreana earned him the maximum 20 points. However Belgium's Jos Lansink, who slotted into third place with a double-clear from AK Caridor Z, is now stalking league leader Eric Van der Vleuten as he lies just one point behind on the leaderboard.

The International Show Jumping of Paris, one of France's only two four-star indoor Jumping events, will take place from 28 to 30 November. Some 110 horses and riders representing some 12 nations will gather in the French capital to take part in Against the Clock, Two-Phase, Gradual Difficulties and Grand Prix competitions the prize-money for which is no less than EUR 182 940.
The first World Cup Dressage of the Western European League will take place this week-end in Berlin (GER).
Poland's Andrzej Pasek, 29, won the opening leg of the FEI Eventing World Cup's second season riding the 9-year old chestnut gelding Redan (owned by Erika Ratti).
1000-day countdown. On 26 November, the 1000-day countdown will start for the 2006 FEI World Equestrian Games in Aachen (GER) which will take place from 22 August to 3 September 2006.
The Moroccan Magazine "Maroc Equestre" is organising a Gala evening on 19 November 2003 at the Hotel Hilton of Rabat (MAR).

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North American League Finals Cap Off Exciting 2003 Season
Annville, PA—November 4, 2003—The 2003 North American League (NAL) Finals capped off an exciting NAL season when they were held at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show in Harrisburg.
The Finals had an exciting start with Jennifer Waxman winning the NAL Pony Jumper Final on opening day at the riding her bay mare, Just Have Fun. The pair put in a faultless performance to edge out the competition in a time of 29.448 seconds. Julianna Fischer and Indigo came in second with a double clear in a time of 30.729. Caroline Woods on Longacre Lavender just missed the Reserve spot to finish in third with a time of 30.869.
The field of 21 yielded eight for the jump-off with the first seven going clear and very little time separating the top two. The pressure was on for Waxman who, as the top qualifier, was the last to go in the first round, which put her in the final slot for the jump-off.
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CSI* Bois Le Roi (Fra) 21 - 23 November 2003
David McPherson From Maidstone, KENT, Grace Barton From Royston, HERTS, Lynne Van Heyningen From Westerham, KENT have been authorised to compete at the above-mentioned show Please click here for further details


Irish Participation In International Equestrian Events
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CSI**** Paris Porte De Versailles (Fra) 21 - 23 November 2003
Tim Stockdale From Roade, NORTHANTS, Richard Davenport From Knutsford, CHESHIRE, Damien Charles From Westerham, KENT have been invited and authorised to compete at the above mentioned show
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12th November 2003
horse Local children shine through in British Horse Society Equitation Competition
Children from all across Scotland converged on Gleneagles Equestrian Centre at Auchterader in Perthshire recently for The British Horse Society's Equitation Competition, sponsored by the Elise Pilkington Trust. Successful in the 13 years and under group was Michelle Arnott from Windygates Equestrian Centre in Torrance, Glasgow, with Ellie Wagstaff from Gleneagles coming second, while in the 17 years and under group, Anne Marie Chalmers from Knockandhu Riding Centre in Craigellachie took the honours from Eve Brown, again from Gleneagles.
The competition comprised a short dressage test, a small but challenging show jumping course and a multiple-choice test paper on horse welfare. Marks were gained for accuracy, balance, suppleness and riding ability. The winners received a £50 training voucher, a cup and a place at the BHS Equitation Competition Final next year. The winning children's riding instructors also won a plaque for best riding instructor.
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Federation Equestre Internationale News
FEI Eventing World Cup
Polish Rider Andrzej Pasek wins first leg of FEI Eventing World Cup's new season at Nichelino (ITA)
Poland's Andrzej Pasek, 29, won the opening leg of the FEI Eventing World Cup's second season riding the 9-year old chestnut gelding Redan (owned by Erika Ratti). Despite the heavy rain, deep mud and generally appalling weather conditions, he took the lead from the very beginning scoring a remarkable 39.10 points (73.91%) after Dressage. He went clear in Jumping and had neither fence nor time penalties in the Cross Country. This performance is all the more remarkable as Pasek placed 2nd in the two-star event riding Bujwid delle Ombre. Andrzej, who currently trains in Italy preparing for next year's Olympic Games in Athens, is a regular visitor at Nichelino, where he competed last year placing 18th in the World Cup class and winning the two-star competition.
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New BETA Award at Gala Dinner
A new award will be included at the BETA Gala Dinner held on the first evening of BETA International.
The BETA Riders Award will go to the sponsored rider who has been nominated by their sponsor, a retailer or associate for being a good ambassador for the industry and under the following criteria:

" Level of commitment to the company
" Product support and knowledge
" Attendance at events and exhibitions
" Promotion and sales awareness
Those companies who do not sponsor a rider are still eligible to nominate someone who they have had dealings with and feel put something back into the industry and sport.
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Equine Vision And The Blood-Horse Announce Cooperative Venture: 2004 Virtual Stallion Guide
LEXINGTON, KY - The Blood-Horse, the industry's most widely-read news and information magazine for Thoroughbred racing and breeding, and Equine Vision, a groundbreaking, new marketing resource that harnesses the latest advances in digital imagery and global communications, announce the release of a new cooperative venture: the 2004 Virtual Stallion Guide. The 2004 Virtual Stallion Guide is a CD-ROM and Internet marketing tool for Thoroughbred stallions, and features digital imagery, including Equine Vision's proprietary 360-degree photography, conformation (walking) video, conformation still photography, and race footage.
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11th November 2003

British Riding Clubs Horse Welfare Advisers' Conference 2003
Sponsored by EQUEST

The annual British Riding Clubs (BRC) Horse Welfare Advisers' Conference took place on Sunday 26 October at Warwickshire College, Moreton Morrell, Warwickshire. Sponsored by EQUEST from Fort Dodge, the Conference was a great success with delegates travelling from as far afield as Scotland and Devon to attend this highly educational day.
The focus of the conference for 2003 was the older equine and delegates were shown how to 'condition score' horses and the repositories where fat accumulates. A session was also included on the health of the older equine, in particular Cushings Disease and the drugs used to treat this condition. Arthritis management was covered along with a presentation from Natural Animal Feeds on the natural treatment options for this condition.
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Zada Enterprises, LLC Committed To Promoting Dressage At The National
WELLINGTON, FL – November 7, 2003 – Well-known sponsor of equestrian events and riders, Joe Zada and his sponsorship corporation
Zada Enterprises, LLC, has taken a leadership role in the production of the dressage show held for the second consecutive year in conjunction with the 120th National Horse Show at the Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club in Wellington, Florida. This year’s event is titled the 2nd Annual Zada Enterprises, LLC Dressage at the National and is scheduled for November 28-30, 2003. The show features classes from Training Level through Grand Prix and offers more than $10,000 in prize money and awards.
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Markim Farms "Impromptu" Wins UDSF 2003 National Year End Champion Awards
Holland, Michigan, November 7, 2003
The United States Dressage Federation (1) announced that Markim Farms' Colt, Impromptu, is the 2003 Nationwide All Breeds Champion Oldenburg N.A. Weanling Colt of the Year. In addition, he is ranked 2nd in the Nation as the Reserve Champion, Horse of the Year for 2003, Sport Horse Colt.
This is a major achievement considering that the USDF, celebrating its 30th Anniversary, had 787 recognized competitions across the US this year. It is comprised of 26,760 members, including 16,654 participating members and 47,232 registered horses in 2003.
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Certified Horsemanship Association International Conference
September 23 - 26, 2004 at The Villas of Grand Cypress in Orlando, Florida

Tyler, TX (November 2003) - Mark your calendars now for the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) International Annual Conference to be held September 23 - 26, 2004 at The Villas of Grand Cypress in Orlando, Florida. The conference is open to the public and includes mounted workshops for participants, lessons on great performance horses from master level certified instructors, top veterinarians and farriers, round pen demonstrations and much more.
The 2003 Conference was held in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado at Glacier View Ranch and had topics ranging from: saddle fit, reining, dressage, equine first aid, equine dentistry, vaulting, Feldenkreis therapy, conditioning the endurance horse, fundraising, grant writing, nutrition, harnessing and driving, leather working, packing, farrier science, working with riders with disabilities, and overnight camping with horses.
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G-STAR To Broadcast Sidelines Equestrian Triathlon® On PBS
WELLINGTON, FL – November 6, 2003 – G-STAR School of the Arts For Motion Pictures and Television has signed up as a sponsor for the upcoming Sidelines Equestrian Triathlon®. As part of the sponsorship, G-STAR will air coverage of the event on The G-STAR TV Show on PBS, a high school student-produced program broadcast on WXEL Channel 42 (PBS). The show reaches 1.7 million homes from North Miami to Orlando to Vero Beach on Sundays at 8:00 AM. The Fourth Annual Sidelines Equestrian Triathlon will be held December 27, 2003, in the Internationale Arena at the Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club in Wellington, Florida.
Students from G-STAR, guided by their award-winning instructors in TV and film, will produce two in-depth programs on the Triathlon. “We are doing a piece and a show before the event, and then a show after the event,” explained film producer Greg Hauptner, the founder and co-principal of the G-STAR School. “It’s a weekly half-hour show, and we are planning to use the whole half hour for the Triathlon for both programs.”
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Start Your Holiday Shopping at The 120th National Horse Show in Wellington
Wellington, Florida – November 10, 2003 – What better way to enjoy Thanksgiving week than by attending the most prestigious horse show in the United States while doing some holiday shopping in between the competitions?

The 120th National Horse Show will return for the second consecutive year to the spectacular showgrounds of The Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club in Wellington from Wednesday, November 26 through Sunday, November 30, 2003. The competition at The 120th National will include over 400 of the best horses and riders in the United States showing in the equestrian disciplines of hunter, jumper, equitation, dressage and ladies’ side-saddle. These talented horses and riders rank among the top 25 in the country in their respective divisions and have qualified for The 120th National through a year-long competition process.
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10th November 2003

Victory At Verona For Nieberg, But Lansink Now Challenges For World Cup Series Lead.......
Germany’s Lars Nieberg stood on the winners podium at the third leg of the FEI World Cup series in Verona today after a perfectly-measured victory with Loreana earned him the maximum 20 points.
However Belgium’s Jos Lansink, who slotted into third place with a double-clear from AK Caridor Z, is now stalking league leader Eric Van der Vleuten as he lies just one point behind on the leaderboard.
Van der Vleuten did not travel to Verona so this left the door wide open, particularly for Robert Smith who had been lying in second position, but despite excellent results for the British rider during the early stages of the Italian fixture he failed to capitalise on his win in Oslo when lowering two fences in the opening round today with Marius Claudius.
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Hammond Communications Group projects garner awards at state competition
A Hammond designed CD-ROM, television spot and park promotional video for the Kentucky Horse Park, garnered several awards at the Kentucky Tourism Council's annual Traverse Awards Gala.
The CD-ROM was an integral part of the marketing effort for the park's All The Queen's Horses exhibit, a landmark presentation of rare pieces held at the International Museum of the Horse. The CD reflected the period feel of the exhibit and supplied images, information and a timeline of the art and artifacts presented. The exhibit's press kit, which included the CD-ROM, won first place in Direct Mail. The CD-ROM won third place by itself in Direct Mail.
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All dislodged San Diego Firestorm horses gone from Del Mar Fairgrounds
DEL MAR, CA - As of Friday, Nov. 7, 2003, the Del Mar Fairgrounds is no longer housing horses or any other animal dislodged by the San Diego County Firestorm.
All animals were removed by San Diego Department of Animal Control (SDDAC) officials and taken to animal hospitals or moved to the Poway Humane Society; where they will be held until their owners claim them, or they are put up for adoption.
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9th November 2003
horse The Fjord Horse
Of all the modern equine breeds, the Norwegian Fjord horse bears the most striking resemblance to the Przewalski horse, also known as the Asiatic wild horse of the Ice Age, which has a very strong resemblance to primitive cave drawings that have been found in a number of places around the world. Existing in the wild only in the western area of the Gobi Desert, it was generally thought to be extinct, until a herd was discovered by a Russian explorer, Colonel N. M. Prezwalski (1839-1888), in the latter part of the nineteenth century
The Norwegian Fjord horse retains much of its ancestor's primitive vigour, as well as the uniform dun coat colour. The latter is accompanied by an eel stripe running from the forelock to the tip of the tail, and sometimes by zebra bars on the legs. The mane and tail are usually lighter in colour, being almost silver.
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Show Jumping Results: CSI-W Verona Italy 7 - 9 November 2003
Prix n. 6 , International Mixed Competition (Art. 270.12) 1m50
Competition 4, International Competition In Two Phases (Art. 274.5.2) 1m45
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Show Jumping Results: CSI**** Wiener Stadthalle Austria 6 - 10 November 2003
Preis der Fa. NIEMETZ
International Speed and Handiness Competition 1m40
1) Stopke; Hugo Simon (AUT)
2) Nivolinus; Markus Fuchs (SUI)
3) Aster; Francois Mathy Jr (BEL)
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Show Jumping Results: CSI**/CDI*** Oldenburg Germany 6 - 9 November 2003
Buddelei-Moden GmbH & Co. KG Prize, Jump & Drive
1) Calvaro; Mario Stevens (GER), 2) Mr. Aldus; Stephan Geue (GER), 3) Askan IV; Carl Hanley (IRL)-
Mitsubishi Prize, Group Jumping with one Second Round - International
1) Diabolo du Parc II; Ludger Beerbaum (GER), 2) Diabolo d'ysieux; Bjorn Nagel (GER), 3) Ars vivendi; Joachim Heyer (GER), 4) Calido 7; Denis Lynch (IRL)
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