Top Horse Jumps Today Age W - L Height Winnings Rank
wp Agrabahn Viper       11 537 - 253 95.5" 482,500 17
Bloodtrust     9 136 - 61 93.25" 102,600 120
GS Arawn       20 1,829 - 841 96.25" 1,832,300 904
wp Enchantress     9 418 - 303 93.5" 371,500 566
PUGS Harry Trotter      6 315 - 148 92.25" 337,300 798
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Horse Body Language
24th Mar 2018   |   General   |   Saferaphus
When we think of communication, we think of talking, or at least making noises. We humans are a noisy bunch, and talking is most often our chosen way of making our thoughts known. Yes, we use body language but it often isn’t conscious. Horses however, are more likely to use body ...
Horse Buns and Sweet Feed
20th Mar 2018   |   Horse Stories   |   Saferaphus
So many news stories appear on feeds that just leave you shaking your head. Thieves, abusers and bad choices deserve large helpings of fresh horse buns. But, there are stories that help renew your faith that not everything is awful. Sweet feed to those good people that just go on ...
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Horse Statuary
17th Mar 2018   |   Equine History and Culture   |   Saferaphus
There is a distinction between equine and equestrian statues. Equine statues are statues of horses only. An example would be the bronze statue of Secretariat at Belmont Park, which shows Secretariat running freely with his mane and tail blowing in the wind. Equestrian statues sho ...
What is So Cool About Horse Sweat
14th Mar 2018   |   General   |   Saferaphus
A long time ago, we believed that if a horse became lathered, it was a sign the horse was not fit. As it turns out, all horses will lather if they sweat a lot due to stress or hard work. A young or unfit horse probably just starts to sweat sooner. You’ll often see foam build up b ...
Horse Braid Types
10th Mar 2018   |   Care and Grooming   |   Saferaphus
Braids in horse’s manes and tails aren’t just pretty, they have a practical purpose too. They prevent the mane becoming tangled in the reins, flying in the rider’s face, and keeping the mane itself tangle free. For horses shown with natural manes and tails, braids can help keep t ...
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Making Money with Horses
7th Mar 2018   |   General   |   Saferaphus
I was once told by a woman that as a youth rider, a company that specialized in equine health products used to throw money at her when she competed. Apparently for her, being sponsored by this company was the only way she could afford to compete with her horse. ...
No Wild Horses Left
4th Mar 2018   |   Equine History and Culture   |   Saferaphus
Pretty much everything written about Przewalski's horses in the last few decades has claimed that they were the last true wild horses on the planet. We call many horse populations wild such as Mustangs, but they are feral, descending from domestic horses that were lost, stolen or ...
Free Horse Stuff and Giveaways
3rd Mar 2018   |   General   |   Saferaphus
Ferreting out contests for free horse gear, horses and other horse paraphernalia isn’t easy, but if you do, there is some really great stuff to be won. Here’s a look at some of the contests and sweepstakes available to horse lovers. ...
A Fall By Another Name
1st Mar 2018   |   General   |   Saferaphus
Every rider, no matter how skilled, no matter how well trained their horse is, no matter how old, how confident, how secure in saddle or bareback, or how sticky your pants, at some point... you will fall off. You will never become immune to falling off. There is no sure way to ma ...
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Neonatal Foal Diseases
27th Feb 2018   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Saferaphus
On the inside, a foal is protected from viruses and bacteria that might make it ill. But, it’s born without a fully functioning immune system. Getting the first milk, called colostrum is essential for a foal, as this carries immune building antibodies. If a foal doesn’t get this ...
Care Options For Older Horses
25th Feb 2018   |   Care and Grooming   |   Saferaphus
Not all of us are lucky enough to have the space to keep a retired horse. But there are more options for boarding and caring for older horses as they age. ...
The First Horse Nations of North America
21st Feb 2018   |   Equine History and Culture   |   Saferaphus
It wasn’t long after the Spaniards arrived in what we now know as the Americas that the indigenous people who lived here began to see the value of the horses they brought. Whether they were gifts, captured strays or perhaps stolen, the horse would come to change everything for th ...
Winter Equestrian Games
19th Feb 2018   |   Shows and Events   |   Saferaphus
The Winter Olympics are underway and there’s not much for an equestrian sports fan to get excited about. Maybe we need the alternate Winter Olympic events for horse owners to give us something to cheer about. You may have witnessed or participated in some of these events. So it’s ...
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Was Sure My Horse Had Colic
17th Feb 2018   |   Care and Grooming   |   Saferaphus
I let her out, and she strolled to the middle of the paddock, where she stopped and gave two cow kicks, then she pooped. Then she stood there, head down. I went from alarmed to really alarmed. I checked her pulse and nothing seemed unusual. I watched for awhile, but she didn’t do ...
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Winter Horse Water Needs
14th Feb 2018   |   Care and Grooming   |   Saferaphus
There is a lot of information online about how to make sure your horse gets enough water during the winter time. Some of it works, some does not. ...
Managing Equine Health Problems with Diet
12th Feb 2018   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Saferaphus
A basic diet of hay or grass and water, along with a salt block is the standard for most horses. But, if your horse has a health problem, you may need to adjust what you feed to help treat or manage the disease. Here is a look at some of the common health problems that benefit fr ...
Horse Ears and Hearing
11th Feb 2018   |   Horse Anatomy   |   Saferaphus
Horses ears are large and open and funnel sound down into their ear canal. That big ear flap we see is called the pinna and is cartilage covered in skin and hair. They can move their ears separately, swiveling 180 degrees, listening to two different sounds at the same time. There ...
When to Pay Up for Horse Stuff
7th Feb 2018   |   General   |   Saferaphus
Hoof clippers are one example. My last two pairs of hoof clippers came from the local farm supply store. They cost about the same as one hoof trim. Sounds like a good deal if I can do a DIY hoof trim, right? But those bargain hoof nippers caused me nothing but anguish. ...
Horse Racing on Lasix
5th Feb 2018   |   Shows and Events   |   Saferaphus
Not all sports allow the use of Lasix, and the use of Lasix for racehorses on race day is not allowed in most places outside North America. Its use is controversial, even though horses that are put on Lasix perform much better than without. And, there is controversy over when the ...
Horse Stuff Collections
3rd Feb 2018   |   General   |   Saferaphus
If you love horses, chances are there is a little collection of horse ‘stuff’ in your home. You might have paintings, books or a throw on your couch with a horse on it. Some people take that ‘stuff’ to the next level and become full out collectors. Here’s a look at just a few thi ...
Strange Horse Laws
2nd Feb 2018   |   General   |   Saferaphus
In several states, it’s apparently illegal to bring a horse or mule into specific buildings. For example, in Cripple Creek, Colorado, you can't bring a horse into the ground floor of any building. Would the second or third floor be okay? In South Dakota, horses are not allowed in ...
Worlds First Cloned Super Horse
31st Jan 2018   |   Equine Technology   |   Saferaphus
Up until now, cloned horses did not have any significant edge over their non-cloned brethren. That could change with a technology with the acronym CRISPR. With CRISPR, it is possible to not only replicate genes but actually edit them. ...
The Worlds Richest Horse Races
27th Jan 2018   |   Shows and Events   |   Saferaphus
It’s been called the ‘sport of kings’ and high profile horse races have long been regarded as the place to ‘see and be seen’ by the rich and famous. So it always seems a bit ironic that most of the horses on the track are from small stables, run by dedicated but definitely not ri ...
Horse Eye Color Variety
25th Jan 2018   |   Horse Anatomy   |   Saferaphus
Green eyes occur on horses that are perlino, or cremello type colors. They appear green but might be blue with a gold ring around the outside of the colored area. It is possible for a very pale buckskin colored horse to have eyes that appear green. ...
Under The Horse Blanket
23rd Jan 2018   |   Care and Grooming   |   Saferaphus
With the recent cold weather, it occurred to me that I hadn’t had removed my horse’s blanket in a while. It was so cold, I didn’t want to remove that layer of warmth, nor did I want to take my mittens off to undo all the buckles and snaps. That’s a lame excuse on my part. Leaving ...
Manitoba Maple Poisoning
20th Jan 2018   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Saferaphus
Manitoba maple seeds are known to cause something called seasonal pasture myopathy, also known as atypical myopathy in Europe. Sadly, SPM is fatal in most cases. There is only about a 25 percent chance of a horse surviving poisoning from Manitoba maple seedlings, even with prompt ...
What Happens to a Horse in Winter
17th Jan 2018   |   General   |   Saferaphus
Cold weather brings about changes for both owners and horses. Here’s a look at how cold weather can affect a horse. ...
Horses and Extreme Cold
15th Jan 2018   |   Care and Grooming   |   Saferaphus
Extreme cold has hit many parts of North America. From Canada, south to Florida many of us have been experiencing very cold, and often time blizzard-like conditions. This morning, the thermometer read -13F or -25C outside my window. Add a little breeze and the wind chills drop ra ...
Plan Your 2018 Bucket List
13th Jan 2018   |   General   |   Saferaphus
The new year is here and many people find it a good time for reflection and planning. Reflecting includes things like what worked, what didn’t and what you could improve. It probably shouldn’t include gazing at your bank statement because this is supposed to be a happy time of ye ...
English or Western Riding
11th Jan 2018   |   General   |   Saferaphus
A commonly asked question when people first decide to learn to ride is ‘should I ride English or western’. I’ve covered the differences between the two in The Difference Between Western and English Riding Styles. But how do you decide? Here are a few questions you can ask yoursel ...
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