Thursday’s SCOOP from Eastern Hay


Thursday’s SCOOP from Eastern Hay

Today’s SCOOP sponsor:
Eastern Hay is the premier source of hay bales in Eastern USA.


Events in North America this weekend:

United States:
Otter Creek Spring H.T. (WI) [Omnibus] [Website] [Results]
Hitching Post Farm Horse Trials (VT) [Omnibus] [Website]
Fair Hill International H.T. (MD) [Omnibus] [Website] [Results]
Chattahoochee Hills H.T. (GA) [Omnibus] [Website] [Results]
CCC Spring Gulch H.T. (CO) [Omnibus] [Website]
Kent School Spring H.T. (CT) [Omnibus] [Website] [Results]

Glen Oro Spring H.T. (ON) [Omnibus] [Website]
Mustang Powder H.T. (BC) [Omnibus] [Website]

Worldwide bits and bites

United Kingdom:

Horse-trekking centre shuts because riders were too overweight Overweight horse riders have caused a trekking centre at a Dartmoor farm to close because the animals cannot carry them, its owners have revealed.


United States:

Cushing’s Characteristics, Clinical Signs at Diagnosis – The Horse Researchers confirmed some suspected patterns in PPID clinical signs and identified others they considered surprising.

Will millennials ever be interested in horse racing? Preakness organizers take that bet – Baltimore Sun In recent years, the Preakness Infield has felt like a standalone concert and all-day drinking party for millennials, curiously placed next to one of the biggest horse races in the world. But on Saturday, InfieldFest will see major changes designed to bridge that generational gap.

‘I had to learn to walk again’: top rider’s remarkable comeback from horror fall – Horse & Hound Just three months after breaking his tibia and fibula in a horror fall in Florida, US showjumper Kent Farrington made his competition comeback in the CSI5* at Royal Windsor after a rigorous recovery mission.

The Science Behind Equine Boots and Bandages – The Horse Boots and wraps protect the horse’s limbs. But have you ever asked yourself why or how these dressings protect a horse’s leg–or if they even do?
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