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  • Abusive 'rollkur' banned by FEI in dressage competitions Pet Food Recall: Nature's Variety Chicken Raw Diet for dogs and cats Dr. Harvey's Sweet Potate'R Chews are a natural alternative to raw hide chews

    Examiner California Headlines

  • The organisation said it doubts that science will ever provide a single, clear, unambiguous and unarguable answer to the issue of hyperflexion or 'rollkur'. Headlines

  • Anti-rollkur campaigner criticised over online photos

    Horse & Hound Online news

  • A still from the video that sparked the rollkur debate: Swedish rider Patrick Kittel rides the stallion Watermill Scandic, at Odense in October. Headlines

  • Supporters of rollkur say it is a tool to improve the suppleness of a horse.

    The Guardian World News

  • Although more research is in the pipeline, evidence to date is inconclusive, leaving rollkur an undecided issue for bodies such as British Dressage.

    The Guardian World News

  • The row erupted after a video of warming up his horse Watermill Scandic in Odense, Denmark, using hyperflexion - or rollkur - was posted by a Danish journalist on YouTube.


  • The FEI immediately announced it would investigate, and last week said it was giving the issue of rollkur "special attention".


  • 'Blue tongue' rollkur dressage video row escalates


  • Forums are rife with angered comment on the topic and several facebook groups have been set up in condemnation of rollkur.


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