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Making her first National Finals Rodeo appearance in 15 years, barrel racer Fallon Taylor had the words Ride with Lady Luck painted on her pants Friday at the Thomas &Mack Center. Taylor was fortunate enough to make her NFR debut at age 13 in 1995
Sid Miller and Tommy Merritt (l-r) ((AP Photo) (AP Photo / LM Otero ) The gloves have come off in the race for Texas agriculture commissioner after a top Republican candidate was accused of mishandling his horses by using a potentially dangerous
MailTribune.com A group of Southern Oregon University students is combining activism with art to raise money for abused, neglected and abandoned horses recovering at Equamore Horse Sanctuary east of Ashland. The students are part of SOU Senior
A top candidate for agriculture commissioner was the subject of an animal abuse complaint and received a warning from the American Quarter Horse Association for what many consider a dangerous method of exercising his horses. Republican Sid Miller, a
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago A horse was killed when a tractor-trailer rig and a truck pulling a horse trailer collided during an accident that had six horses running loose on Interstate 10 in Buckeye early Thursday morning.
Councilwoman injured trying to rescue beloved pets A two-vehicle accident Thanksgiving morning has left Councilwoman Ada Erik with a broken hand and a heavy heart. In addition to suffering personal injury, West Milford 's Erik lost three horses, a
N.H. (AP) New Hampshire park officials have dropped plans to limit horseback riding to hard-pack trails at least eight feed wide after hearing objections from scores of horse owners. Also gone from the proposed regulations are rules that would ban
Cavalia was not only a feast for the eyes, but the ears as well with incredible feats of horsemanship, coupled with amazing acrobatics, set against ever-changing spectacular backdrops, and accompanied by a band as in sync with the horses as the
Horses and riders will accompany carolers on foot and in carriages as they meander through the neighborhood collecting food for The Storehouse food locker. Last year, despite pouring rain, participants collected 1,070 pounds of canned and boxed food.
Members of the press were barred by the group from entering the small event, held in the lobby of the Hippodrome Building in Midtown, and strained to hear snippets of Mr. de Blasio's remarks with ears pressed against glass doors and windows. I'm