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June 2015 - Who can Foil the Pharoah? Will American Pharoah be the first Triple Crown winner in almost four decades? A host of horses will try to beat American Pharoah and win the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, June 6th at beautiful Belmont Park! Winning the Belmont Stakes Won't be Easy!

We are growing! Equine Info Exchange would also like to introduce our new Social Media Manager, Lindsey Osburnsen. Ms. Osburnsen is a lifelong equestrian and a recent graduate of Smith College where she studied English and Portuguese. She and her family have three thoroughbred ex-racehorses and compete in the discipline of dressage. Please reach out to her at lindsey@equineinfoexchange.com for any social media and story ideas!

Also joining our team is David Murphy, Administrative Lead. Mr. Murphy's family has been involved in horse racing for generations. His great great Aunt and Uncle, Tom and Anne Clare were the track superintendents at Saratoga in the early to mid 1900s. Anne Clare was named the first female track superintendent in the United States after the sudden death of her husband. Clare Court, an area on the backstretch of Saratoga with a half mile training track is named after Mr. & Mrs. Clare. If there are links we are missing or racing content to add, please reach out to him at david@equineinfoexchange.com.

New site section: See our Scholarships & Grants within our College Riding Section. More to add? Let us know!

Dr. John Byrd Hot health topic: How do you know if your horse has worms? Great information is provided by Dr. Byrd. He writes for us at EIE and you can also find him at www.horsemenslab.com.


Free Gift Friday Congratulations to our recent Free Gift Friday winners spanning from the state of Washington to Long Island, NY! Maybe our first International winner will be next. Take a look at our promotions section for more information Promotions. It's our way of saying "THANK YOU" for being involved in our community!

Our Mission — Serving the professional horse person, amateur owners, occasional enthusiasts and sporting interests alike, the goal is to serve all disciplines – which often act independently yet have common needs and values.

Equine Info Exchange is totally comprehensive, supplying visitors with a world wide view and repository of information for every aspect related to horses. EIE provides the ability to search breeds, riding disciplines, horse sports, health, vacations, art, lifestyles…and so much more.

EIE strives to achieve as a source for content and education, as well as a transparent venue to share thoughts, ideas, and solutions. This responsibility also includes horse welfare, rescue and retirement, addressing the needs and concerns of all horse lovers around the world.