Launches Fran Jurga's Discover London Olympics Blog

Fran Jurga will cover the 2012 Olympics in a new blog on

July 13, 2012–Fran Jurga, author of the popular 2010 DiscoverWEG blog and WorldRides blog for the Beijing Olympic equestrian events, returns to with an exclusive new blog–Discover London Olympics at The award-winning blogger has already created more than two dozen posts on Olympic topics ranging from the London venue to “secret weapons” on various teams.

Through videos, images and her trademark jaunty writing, Fran gives readers an inside view of the build-up to the Games and what’s happening behind the scenes when competitions get underway.

Jurga previews BBC America’s new comic parody of the Olympic planning process, “Twenty Twelve,” and feature exclusive equestrian photos of Jennifer Saunders, star of the BBC hit comedy “Absolutely Fabulous.” Jurga’s posts range from the lighthearted Olympic commercial for British Airways to the serious political statements made by Syrian showjumper Ahmad Hamcho.

The new blog offers a headline newsfeed as an RSS feed or daily subscription, available in widget form to any website or blog that would like to host the headlines.
Fran also writes two award-winning blogs for the Equine Network on The Jurga Report on horse health and War Horse News about the recent Steven Spielberg film.

The Discover London Olympics blog is part of’s robust Olympics section, which includes previews of the U.S. dressage, eventing and jumping teams by Nancy Jaffer; a preview of the U.S. Paralympic dressage team by Melissa Wright; and a blog by champion para-equestrian Becca Hart. The coverage complements the Olympic section on ( sponsored by ZIMECTERIN? Gold.
Launched in January 2010, is the product of a unique partnership of the Active Interest Media’s (AIM) Equine Network, the American Quarter Horse Association, the U.S. Equestrian Federation and the Kentucky Horse Park, with content contributions from more than 30 other horse industry organizations and associations.
For several years, horse industry organizations have wanted to provide entry level information to guide fans to a deeper enjoyment of equestrian sports and activities and help them to become participants in the world of horses. was created to meet the need for a single online resource for the entry-level rider, the non-rider with a love for horses, the passionate spectator and horse-crazy kids.

Breaking news, how-to videos, breed and discipline information, a “Life With Horses” section, games and puzzles for children and more are all part of the website. Whether readers are looking for information on trail riding, lessons, vacations on horseback or volunteering with a horse rescue or therapeutic riding center, delivers what horse enthusiasts and potential horse owners need.

Visit to follow Fran Jurga’s Discover London Olympics blog?and to learn more about the horse world!

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