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23rd Feb 2002
Armathwaite Hall Horse Trials & Country Fair Cancelled
The Armathwaite Hall Horse Trials & Country Fair, scheduled this year for the weekend of July 19th, 20th and 21st, has been cancelled.
The flagship Lake District event, which began in 1999, was due to run pre-novice, novice and advanced sections, plus the PERA Global Masters and the lucrative Armathwaite Hall Classic section, along with a comprehensive schedule of showing classes, young event horse qualifiers and a large country fair.
Since Pfizer’s decision not to renew support for the event under the Strongid-P brand, efforts to conclude a new title sponsorship deal have proved difficult due to upheavals in the global economy and costs have risen significantly as a result of the last year’s FMD abandonment.
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23rd Feb 2002
Burnham Market Rapidly Advancing on Spring Event
The support of Capt. Mark Phillips (Horse and Hound Jan 24th ) has been gratefully received by the two men responsible for turning the existing CIC** at Burnham Market International Horse Trials into an advanced course in a matter of weeks!
Alec and Hugh Lochore are busy upgrading the existing course, thanks to the fact that they have stepped into the breach left by the cancellation of Ston Easton, to put on what will probably be the first advanced event of the year for many on March 29th.
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23rd Feb 2002

Organic Herbal Supplements from Natural Dynamics
Natural Dynamics, the specialists in natural health care products, have launched a range of liquid herbal supplements - formulated specifically for the equestrian market. Richard Balfry, managing director of New Equine Wear, the leading manufacturer of protective leg wear for horses, launched Natural Dynamics three years ago to develop, manufacture and market natural health products for humans and pets as well as equiines. He has worked with top herbalists and equine specialist vets to find ways of assisting horses with each of the more common problems.

Each new supplement contains one hundred per cent natural ingredients, and most are entirely organic.
Each formula utilises the potent extracts from natural fine herbs, alll selected for their unquestioned ability to soothe, comfort and assist equines to cope with symptoms and maintain good health.
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23rd Feb 2002

Equasafety
"8 horse riders a week are involved in accidents on the roads"
With our roads becoming busier and our countryside diminishing Equasafety is dedicated to give the horse and rider the highest visible protection whilst out hacking.

No other company comes close to the High Visibility Protection Range from Equasafety. Exclusively designed for Horse and Rider, it is at the forefront of design innovation. The range uses State-of-the-art High Visibility performance fabrics that all pass the European standard for En471
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23rd Feb 2002

Blinks and Konyot Take Top Awards at Zada Enterprises, LLC Florida Dressage Classic at the Cosequin Winter Equestrian Festival
WELLINGTON, FL (February 19, 2002) - Sue Blinks, U.S. Dressage Team Bronze Medalist at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, and her Olympic mount Flim Flam won the Grand Prix de Dressage USET/World Equestrian Games Qualifier on February 15 at the Zada Enterprises LLC Florida Dressage Classic held in conjunction with the Cosequin Winter Equestrian Festival at the Palm Beach Polo and Equestrian Club in Wellington, Florida. The pair earned a 71.667%, which topped a field of 12 riders.
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23rd Feb 2002

Irish Participation In International Equestrian Events
CSIO WELLINGTON, Florida, USA 6-10 MARCH 2002
CSI-B QATAR 5-8 MARCH 2002 (on borrowed horses)
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22nd Feb 2002
Surgical treatment available for wobblers
by Antonio M. Cruz, Veterinary Teaching Hospital, University of Guelph
Wobbler syndrome encompasses a group of diseases characterized by gait instability. One of these diseases comes under the name of cervical vertebral stenotic myelopathy, producing spinal cord compression at the neck level. This is a disease characterized by an abnormal gait in the front and/or hind legs, usually worse in the hind. It is referred to as "wobbler" syndrome as the horse may seem wobbly when walking or exercising. The severity of the observed signs varies among horses. Some horses may seem to have a stiff neck, appear weak or "lazy", stumble more than normal, or give missteps. Others may be reluctant to rise or fall easily. These horses suffer from "ataxia" - a loss of the sense of where their feet are placed - and may appear "drunk" as the horse lacks perception of where its limbs are.
The etiology of this condition has been linked to osteochondrosis and to nutritional factors including mineral imbalances. The potential inherited nature of this disease has been widely debated. To date, no single cause of the condition has been identified but in growing animals it is believed that a strong dietary component is involved in this disease.
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22nd Feb 2002
Roadside Assistance Especially For Equestrians
Lexington, KY (Jan. 1, 2002) - Traveling with your horse is hard enough, but what if there's a breakdown or an accident?
Most new car roadside assistance plans cover only breakdowns resulting from manufacturing defects. And other programs can leave you stranded if you're towing a trailer. Get the coverage you need by enrolling in the USRider Equestrian Motor Plan.
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22nd Feb 2002

Irish Horses in the United States
The successful winter show in Tucson Arizona is featuring some of the best Irish Horses in the United States. From California to New Jersey Irish horses have found their way to Tucson Arizona. To the Irish Horse enthusiast, the breeding lines are familiar. But, most attending the show don't know the Irish Horse is here and is doing well.
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22nd Feb 2002

EFI Coach Education Courses Scheduled For Spring 2002
HAVING JUST completed the second part of four EFI Level 1 coaching courses which commenced last Autumn, the new dates for both Introductory and Level 1 EFI Coaching Courses have been announced. These courses will take place in March and April of 2002, and already demand for places is high.
The courses are attracting many competitors, both National and International and their coaches who are mindful of the constant requirement to update their knowledge and coaching skills. The courses are designed in a progressive manner, each course including modules on the three major disciplines of Show Jumping, Dressage/Flatwork and Eventing together with modern coaching, mental and physical preparation methodologies.
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22nd Feb 2002
Separate Series For Amateur-Owners and Juniors To Highlight 2002 Show Jumping Hall of Fame Jumper Classic Series
Tampa, FL—February 21, 2002—The 2002 Show Jumping Hall of Fame Jumper Classic Series will offer separate Series for amateur-owner jumpers and for junior jumpers. Furthermore, the standings in these two Series will be used to determine which amateur-owner jumpers and which junior jumpers will qualify to ride in the 2002 National Horse Show.
Each Series will feature two divisions, East and West. The Series will honor the winner of each division and will also hold a championship final at the National Horse Show.
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22nd Feb 2002

Farm Access Website Launched To Increase School Visits
A comprehensive new website aimed at making life easier for teachers who want to take children onto farms has been launched today by the Access to Farms partnership*, of which the NFU is a member.
It will act as a one-stop-shop for teachers and will list a wide range of farms and horticultural units open for school visits. It will also signpost teachers to specialist advice on areas including educational resources and health and safety.
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21st Feb 2002
Horse Passports And Database
All horses and ponies in England and Wales are to be given a unique registration number and a "passport" for life, Rural Affairs Minister Alun Michael announced today.
By 31 December, 2003, all horses, ponies and donkeys will need to have a passport, bringing the country into line with European legislation. The Government is also in discussion with the equine industry on setting up a central database on horses which could be used for disease control.
The Government has looked for the most cost-effective way of meeting this legal requirement and to find the best way of keeping bureaucracy to a minimum. This will be achieved by working with the horse industry, within which many organisations already have a register and issue passports. By working with those organisations, the need to create a new bureaucracy has been avoided, and horse users will benefit from a fully integrated system.
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21st Feb 2002

USET Announces Dates for 2002 World Equestrian Games Show Jumping Selection Trials
Gladstone, New Jersey—February 19, 2002—The United States Equestrian Team (USET) has announced the dates for the Show Jumping Selection Trials for the 2002 World Equestrian Games to be held in Jerez, Spain, September 11-22, 2002.
Trials will be held July 20 – 21 at Del Mar Horse Park, Del Mar, CA and July 26 and 28 during CSI-A San Juan Capistrano, The Oaks Blenheim, San Juan Capistrano, CA.
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21st Feb 2002
National Disability Sports Alliance Announces 2002 Advanced Riders and Developing Riders Lists
Kingston, RI—February 20, 2002—The National Disability Sports Alliance (NDSA) Equestrian Committee has announced its 2002 Advanced Riders and Developing Riders Lists. These lists are used to choose riders for international and championship competitions. Both lists and the process by which they were determined have been reviewed and approved by the NDSA Equestrian Executive Committee as of February 1, 2002.
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21st Feb 2002
USET Announces Show Jumping Selectors for 2002 World Equestrian Games Selection Trials
Gladstone, New Jersey—February 19, 2002—The United States Equestrian Team (USET) has announced the selectors for the Show Jumping selection process for the 2002 World Equestrian Games (WEG).
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21st Feb 2002 Horse Lover's Halter Photo Show
Date: April 1st 2002
This is going to be a great photo show with brand new flats to 5th!! And
brand new rosettes for Grand/Res champion!! So tell your friends and e-mail:
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21st Feb 2002

Show Jumping Results: Spanish Sunshine Tour, Vejer de la Frontera
PRUEBA/CLASS 041 5 yr old
1) SUNDAY MORNING; Kovacs, Henri (HUN), 2) JOJO DES HAYETTES; Talbot, Niall (IRL),
3) PORT-AU-PRINCE; Greeve, Patricia (NED)
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20th Feb 2002
Get The Dengie Low Down On Laminitis
With spring grass round the corner many owners will be faced with the worry of laminitis, which can be a real risk for all types of horses and ponies. One of the most important preventative measures is to limit access to grazing through the use of strip grazing, weight watcher paddocks or grazing muzzles.
However it is important not to starve these animals as adequate fibre will aid normal gut function and keep them occupied. Look for a high fibre but low sugar and starch feed, such as Dengie Hi Fi Lite, which is approved by The Laminitis Trust. Alfalfa based feeds have the advantage of providing good quality protein and alfalfa has been proven to improve both hoof quality and growth. Remember to ensure that your horse or pony is still provided with adequate nutrients by adding a vitamin and mineral supplement such as Dengie Optimum or Farrier's Formula
Stop Press: Dengie announce continued support of The Laminitis Trust. Last year Dengie raised £1500 toward research. Money was raised by the sales team selling samples of the Dengie range at the shows attended.
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20th Feb 2002
Equitana Launched In Brisbane For 2002
Horse lovers will soon have the chance to experience the biggest and most
exciting equine event in the Southern Hemisphere, in Brisbane.
Queensland Premier Peter Beattie announced on Friday 15 February, that
Brisbane has become the biennial home of EQUITANA.
EQUITANA, the week-long equine celebration which encompasses a vast array of competition, entertainment, exhibition and education, will now rotate annually between Melbourne and Brisbane.
Premier Beattie said it was an exciting announcement for Queensland as EQUITANA was one of the most prestigious events of its kind in the world, and one that had exceeded expectations since first launched in Australia in 1999.
EQUITANA Brisbane launches with two days of competition at the RNA Showgrounds (16-17 November) featuring world-class Australian and international competitors together with a grass-roots program providing for participation by local equine associations and riding clubs.
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20th Feb 2002 Clicker Training - Shaping Behaviour in Small Steps
Clicker training was first developed by marine mammal trainers who shaped performance exclusively with positive reinforcement.
In shaping you take a small tendency to perform in a desired way, and by reinforcing that behaviour you gradually shift it towards a more complex behaviour. Dolphin training is the easiest way to view this. You have a dolphin swimming in a tank. You want it to swim through a hoop you have hung in the middle of the tank, so you blow a whistle and throw it a fish every time it turns in the direction of the hoop. By gradually delaying the whistle, you can train the dolphin to swim through the hoop.
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20th Feb 2002
The United States Equestrian Team Elects New Officers
Gladstone, NJ—February 19, 2002— The 2002 Annual Meeting of members of the United States Equestrian Team, Inc. (USET) was held on Monday, February 11, at the West Palm Beach Crowne Plaza Hotel, in West Palm Beach, FL.
Following the annual meeting, the USET Board of Trustees met and elected Frank V. Lloyd as Chairman of the Board. Lloyd, who had been the Team’s Vice Chairman, succeeds Finn M. W. Caspersen who had served as USET Chairman for the past nine years.
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20th Feb 2002

Natural Western Riding
"The new edition of Natural Western Riding is a must read for any rider," says Cecile Dunn, provost at Austin Educational Center in Weirsdale, Fl.
Dunn has been one of the nation's leading equine educators, having developed and directed equine science programs at three colleges, including Stevens College and Salem International. In addition to directing educational programs, Dunn continues as an active horse show judge on a national scale.
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19th Feb 2002
The Poitevin
Born and bred in the marshes of Western France, the Poitevin is the
least known of nine French heavy breeds, and the most endangered. Its reputation was made by the magnificent mules bred by the mares for centuries, the biggest and strongest mules in the world! But as a horse it was sneered at as "a heavy horse that has more conformational faults than most, is singularly unattractive in appearance and has little potential as a working horse" according to Elwyn Hartley Edwards. Yet, as a descendant of the Flemmish horses brougth to Poitou in the 17th century to drain the marshes, it is related to the Shire - and hence to the Clydesdale - whose ancestors came from Holland to reclaim the Fens.
Whilst most heavy horses were bred for specific purposes - including meat production - the only work required of the Poitevin was that it sired enough mares to provide for the booming mule trade. It has therefore retained all the characteristics of the "primitive" horse, including the rare dun colour. It is lighter than most draught horses and its gait is sprightly; when black, it is a heavy friesan, abundant feathers and flowing mane and tail.
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19th Feb 2002
South Essex Insurance Brokers BHS Cross Country Championships Get Underway
24 March 2002
The BHS Cross Country Championships, sponsored by South Essex Insurance Brokers, kicks off with its first competition on Sunday 24 March, at White House Farm, Eagle Moor near Lincoln.
The top four riders in each class qualify to compete at the Championship Final at Richmond EC on 7/8 September.
Rules have changed slightly from 2001 and riders wishing to compete at the Finals must be BHS Gold members so it is worth getting membership early to benefit from the discounted entry fees for the qualifiers.
To celebrate HM The Queen's Golden Jubilee there will also be a Young Riders Points Championship for those aged 25 years and under, to compete for a Jubilee medal at the finals.
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19th Feb 2002
American Paint Horse Association offers four trail ride adventures for 2002
FORT WORTH-A diverse countryside, exciting history and unforgettable experiences on horseback await trail riders who saddle up with the American Paint Horse Association (APHA) as part of its recreational riding program in 2002.
APHA is sponsoring multiple rides this year to make the outings more accessible to its members. "With four rides around the country, most of our members will be within about a day's drive of one of these fantastic outings," said Ed Roberts, director of long-range planning for APHA. "It's our goal to introduce as many people as possible to these rides and what they have to offer.
"Enhancing our recreational riding program at APHA is very important to me, because of the high numbers of our members - about 50 percent - who tell us they are primarily interested in recreational riding with their horses.
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19th Feb 2002

Beerbaum Captures $75,000 Jaguar/Land Rover Idle Dice Classic Grand Prix at the Cosequin Winter Equestrian Festival
Wellington, FL—February 18, 2002—Markus Beerbaum of Germany won his first grand prix of the season, the $75,000 Jaguar/Land Rover Idle Dice Classic Grand Prix at the Cosequin Winter Equestrian Festival at the Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club.
Beerbaum, aboard Royal Discovery, an 11-year-old Dutch warmblood, earned $22,500 for the victory.
Beerbaum was one of seven entries to advance to the jump-off round after going penalty-free over the first-round course designed by Jose M. “Pepe” Gamarra of La Paz, Bolivia.
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19th Feb 2002
A Horse of Course with Don Blazer
Well, it's a new year, so it must be a new breeding season.
If it's a new breeding season, then I've got to plead again, "Please,
don't breed your mare, unless.....
1. She's worth breeding. (Of course you think she's worth breeding, but
she's not.)
Most mares are not worth breeding because they can't produce a foal which will have dollar value.
And if you think I am whistling Dixie in the dark, just open your eyes and look around. Most weanlings and yearlings at sales sell for less than the breeding fee, or the cost of keeping a mare for a year. They are money losers.
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18th Feb 2002
The Waler
Imagine yourself back in history, when ladies rode side-saddle and a man’s worth was often judged by his choice of horseflesh and his horsemanship. In the Waler’s heyday it became the elite mount, the flashy, usually dark coloured equine who would carry you across vast distances to neighbouring properties or into town, where no self-respecting gentleman would be seen on anything but a Waler.
During World War 1 they proved themselves to be the superior cavalry mount, the smaller types being champion polo ponies and the larger, unbeatable in the sports of pigsticking and tentpegging. The modern usage of Walers is unlimited, from eventing to endurance, campdrafting or polocrosse, in todays world of specialist horses, it is still the best all-rounder. The Waler type is still the choice of ladies and men alike as a light-weight, active, intelligent, athletic horses has always been No.1 in Australia.
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18th Feb 2002
Ocala, Florida Horse Fever
Ocala, Florida has conducted a public arts project called Horse Fever, where 52
art-decorated horses are up for pre-bidding on the internet at www.horsefeverauction.com. All proceeds will go back to specific charities in the horse industry and to support the local arts scene.
Horse Fever in Ocala utilized local groups and sponsors. All the public arts projects, no matter what location, have roughly the same timelines. A call for artists goes out, a jury picks the best designs, horses are purchased, delivered, decorated and then put on display.
But all good things come to an end, and Horse Fever will have at least one ending on March 22, 2002, when all the horses are auctioned off live at Oak Plantation in Ocala.
Ocala, Florida has more real equines residing there than anywhere else in Florida, with 20,000 horses, 1200 farms and a $2.2 billion horse industry.
Now add the show horses of the artistic kind to Ocala, Florida.
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18th Feb 2002
Thirteen "Little Questions" Answered in Rio Vista Grand Prix
As we sat in the HITS Ocala VIP Tent, Course Designer Leopoldo Palacios of Caracas, Venezuela was tapping me gently on the arm. "It's just like this," he remarked, "If I tap you thirteen times on the arm, like this, it is nothing, but if I hit you once hard, you notice for sure. That's how I prefer to design my courses; I'd rather ask twelve or thirteen little questions, one at each effort, than ask one big one."
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18th Feb 2002
Life Changes For Gareth And Will
... and not just the Pop Idols!
Whilst the nation was settling down for the evening to watch Gareth and Will in the Pop Idols final, the BHS welfare representative for Hampshire was called out to a serious case. Two aged Thoroughbreds were found emaciated and in a very poor condition. They were removed to the BHS Rescue Centre at Oxhill in Warwickshire and named Gareth and Will to mark the fact that it
wasn't just the pop idols whose lives changed for the better on Saturday 9 February.
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18th Feb 2002

Farmers Mark First Anniversary Of Foot and Mouth
The foot and mouth outbreak has demonstrated farmers' amazing resilience and courage, NFU President Ben Gill said today ahead of the first anniversary of the disaster.
It will be one year on Wednesday since the first case of the disease that was to bring the British countryside to its knees was first identified.
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18th Feb 2002

Show Jumping Results: Spanish Sunshine Tour, Vejer de la Frontera
PRUEBA/CLASS 025 Small Tour B
1) KIM; Malta da Costa, Francisco (POR), 2) LOSITA; Sousa Costa, Ana (POR),
3) MADNER RETTO; Hill, Jemma (GBR)
PRUEBA/CLASS 028 Small Grand Prix
1) FADIESE; Pessoa, Keri (BRA), 2) QUE SERA; Detheux, Samantha (BEL), 3) LUCKY S; Roberson Mytilineou, Hannah (GRE)
PRUEBA/CLASS 029 Big Tour C
1) MY BLOOD; Fernandez Saro, Manuel (ESP), 2) GAZELLE DE MADAME; Nicolas, Jean Marc (FRA), 3) QUIZAS; Torres, Jesus(ESP)
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17th Feb 2002
ILPH Welcomes Introduction of Horse Passports
The International League for the Protection of Horses welcomes the Government's announcement that all equines in England and Wales will be required to have a passport.
The new legislation, which DEFRA hopes will be in force by 31 December 2003, is designed to bring us into line with EU legislation and countries such as Germany, The Netherlands and France who already have it in place.
David Mountford, ILPH Director of Operations comments, "Whilst complete registration of all equines is a laudable aim, its considered implementation will be the key to any chance of success across the entire equine sector.
"In welfare terms we hope that the need for every equine to have a passport will have a significant effect on indiscriminate breeding and over production."
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17th Feb 2002

Hobby Horse Tours
As the sport of Dressage is gaining in popularity above any other equestrian venue the demand for experienced trainers and schoolmaster horses is greater than ever before.
Anke Matthiessen, Equestrian Tour Manager of Hobby Horse Tours, Inc.: "I have talked to many very ambitious dressage riders in the US, but in several areas of the United States there is a shortage of knowledgeable dressage trainers. The situation is even more difficult when it comes to 'schoolmaster horses'. Even second level horses are hard to come by as school horses. The lack of well-trained school horses makes it very difficult for the lower level rider to know what a shoulder-in; a leg yield or a collected trot should feel like. Most riders are in the situation of
having to train their own horse without ever having experienced the correct movements on a seasoned and expertly trained dressage horse. For riders trying to move up to FEI levels it becomes even more critical - it is very difficult to train a horse to do a canter pirouette, or a passage if both - rider and horse have never done it before!"
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17th Feb 2002 How can we boost the Immune System of our Horses?
-Antibioticfailure-
A few weeks ago a veterinarian surgeon approached me and wanted to communicate with me about Immunomodulation.
Well, quite a tongue twister I thought, but – interested as I am in the welfare of horses for over the past 30 years – I thought ‘this sounds very interesting’ and that it is. I am now here to tell you how much more we can do for our horses or pets and humans alike.
The product, which I am going to introduce to the world of horses, pets and humans, is called TRANSFER FACTOR or in other words, TRANSFER FACTOR is the main ingredient in a nutrional supplement.
TRANSFER FACTORS were discovered way back in 1949 by dialyzing leukozytes. When this dialyzed extract was taken from a donor resistant to a specific pathogen and injected into a naïve recipient, the resistance was transferred, thus the name TRANSFER FACTOR.
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17th Feb 2002
Seniors Day at the 2002 Indio Desert Circuit
Seniors will be admitted free to the Indio Desert Circuit horse show on Sunday, March 3 from 11 AM to 1 PM for Seniors Day, presented by KESQ-TV. Seniors Day is an annual event presented as part of the six-week Indio Desert Circuit hunter/jumper horse show. Seniors will be treated to guided trolley tours of the 80-acre horse show grounds, JFK Hospital staff will provide special health screening checks, and shaded seating will be available in the pavilion overlooking the Grand Prix Field. Exhibits and displays for Seniors Day will be set up in a special area and will include the Coachella Valley Wild Bird Center, Rose Society, Electric Car golf carts, County of Riverside C.A.R.E. Program, and Joslyn Senior Center.
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17th Feb 2002

Show Jumping Results: Spanish Sunshine Tour, Vejer de la Frontera
PRUEBA/CLASS 014 Small Tour A
1) CARLOW; Maglinn, Danny (GBR), 2) UPTONS IRANDA; Raaholt, Line (NOR), 3) LUXOR II; Whinnett, John (GBR)
PRUEBA/CLASS 015 Small Tour B
=1) BLUE LAGOON; Barbosa, Bernardo (POR), =1) EROTIC DE LAJOU; Jervell, Ines (POR), =2) NERONIE EL DORADO; Dani, Mounaim (MAR), =2) GYPSY MAISONEUVE; Peralta Ramirez, Harry (ESP), =3) ARTEECUE LIEMBOURE; Terrasa, Almudena (ESP), =3) ECLATAN; Gutierrez, Alfredo (ESP)
PRUEBA/CLASS 018 Big Tour B
1) HERITAGE FLO-JO; Hughes, Marion (IRL), 2) DAURANGER; Staut, Kevin (FRA),
3) LEIDY; Whitaker, Robert (GBR)
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17th Feb 2002

OLN TV Show Jumping Coverage Continues
Outdoor Life Network (Stamford, CT), a major media sponsor partner of HITS Horse Shows, is continuing its commitment to equestrian sports television coverage this winter by airing the $75,000 Bayer/USET Grand Prix held earlier this year at the HITS Indio Winter Circuit in Indio, California.
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