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  Top Horse Jumps Today Age W - L Height Winnings Rank
* Icarus Rising     10 1,352 - 388 97.75" 1,155,300 32
Phenomena     10 604 - 214 97.5" 575,500 133
* Valkyrja     8 406 - 267 97" 206,300 210
Cold Grim Shiver      9 504 - 188 97.5" 460,300 51
DNE Steve      8 934 - 368 96.5" 835,600 102
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Another Santa Anita Breakdown
16th Apr 2019   |   Shows and Events   |   Winniefield Park
After only two days of racing another horse has suffered fatal injuries at Santa Anita racetrack. Santa Anita was shut down March 5 and during the shut down, investigations into why twenty-two horses suffered fatal break downs since the middle of December were conducted. ...
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Horse Stable and Stall Door Designs
14th Apr 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
If you’re building box stalls, you’re going to need doors. There are several of choices in material and design, and it all depends on your budget and taste. Many of us will have to build or buy basic wooden doors, but there are other options if you can afford them. ...
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Difference Between Trotters and Pacers
13th Apr 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
What is the difference really, beside the gait at which they race? The biggest difference between a trotter and a pace may be something we can’t see. Horses can be trained to pace, but with mixed success. The natural tendency of a horse to pace is determined by its genes. Researc ...
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Santa Anita Park Horse Racing Resumes After 22 Deaths
9th Apr 2019   |   Shows and Events   |   Winniefield Park
Horse racing has resumed at Santa Anita Park. Racing was temporarily suspended following the fatal breakdowns of twenty-two horses in less than sixteen weeks. That is over double the number that died in the same period last year. The track closed March 5, and since that time, off ...
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The Queen of Show Jumping Wins In Paris
6th Apr 2019   |   Shows and Events   |   Winniefield Park
Beezie Madden continues to prove she is the queen of show jumping. Her second World Cup win at the 40th Longines FEI World Cup Final in Paris followed three days of competition with nearly faultless rides. She won both day one and two, and accrued only one fault on the second rid ...
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Horse Thief Still Attends University After Selling Horses for Slaughter
5th Apr 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Horse owners in Alabama and other nearby states are in angry and saddened after being betrayed by a vet student who had promised to care for them. The owners were not able to look after their horses themselves, and entrusted Fallon Blackwood of Blount County Alabama to care for t ...
HoofStep Remote Horse Monitor
31st Mar 2019   |   Equine Technology   |   Winniefield Park
A few weeks ago, a startup called HoofStep contacted me about a kickstarter campaign they had begun to launch their product. HoofStep uses Artificial Intelligence to monitor your horse 24x7. By using a halter-like harness that carries a monitoring sensor, the horse’s head movemen ...
Naming Your Child After A Horse
30th Mar 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
There are several names that in the near past have been popular. Colt, is of course a male baby horse, and Ryder is obvious. Blaze may be a boy’s name, or change it a little to Blaize for a girl. Or Maverick, which is a wild horse, could be a boy’s name. Or a girl’s name. Why not ...
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Horse Versus Machine
29th Mar 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
The first steam engines were invented in the late 1600s, but these were stationary. It took about a hundred years before the first moving engines that traveled down a road or track were developed and a few decades beyond that before they were really practical. But even in the ear ...
Misinterpreted Behavior in Horses
26th Mar 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Learned helplessness is when your horse learns that it have no control over unpleasant or harmful conditions, that its actions are futile and they are helpless. This means you restrain your horse in a way that prevents it from reacting or fighting back, and it must accept what is ...
Among The Stars - Part 8 of 8
24th Mar 2019   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
I wish I could say ‘time heals’, but it doesn’t. I still miss him every day. I still cry every time I look at his photos. Some days I’ll wake up and simply can’t face a world without him in it. I can’t leave my bed, because, what’s the point? But you don’t get to just lie in bed ...
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Things to do With Your Horse on Stall Rest
23rd Mar 2019   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
Your horse may be perfectly fine in its stall overnight, or when it knows the weather is bad. But enforced stall rest for an extended period of days, weeks, or even a month or more can be stressful for both you and your horse. So how do you manage an extended period of confinemen ...
How Long Will It Keep
21st Mar 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
If you have a horse, chance are you’ll accumulate things in bottles and bags that contain food, medications, grooming aids and supplements. In cleaning out my house for a move, I found lots of these things and I realized I had had some of them for years. And I wondered, which one ...
When Your Horse Can't
18th Mar 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Any time you see your horse can’t do something it normally does with ease it’s time to call the veterinarian. Here’s what it could mean if your horse can’t... ...
Among The Stars - Part 7 of 8
17th Mar 2019   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
I screamed. I started gasping ‘what’s happening’, and automatically untangled his legs from the rope boundary of the cooldown where he’d collapsed. People started rushing over while I just kept hysterically repeating ‘what’s happening? Oh my God what’s happening?’ They started br ...
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Long Distance Horse Ownership
16th Mar 2019   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
My horse always been an easy keeper, but over the last year I’ve noticed that she’s a little leaner than usual. Every winter, with less work to do and full access to a round bale, she’s usually on the plump side. But, the last two winters, that hasn’t been the case. ...
Horse Praise and Rewards
14th Mar 2019   |   Horse Training   |   Winniefield Park
When it comes to horse training, timing is incredibly important and whether your reinforcement is positive or negative, it needs to be done with split second accuracy. Praise in itself doesn’t mean anything to a horse. Your parents might tell you how proud they are that you got g ...
Horse Bling History
12th Mar 2019   |   Equine History and Culture   |   Winniefield Park
Last summer, near a seaside resort in Bulgaria, archaeologists found a burial mound that contained 40 pieces of harness decoration. They are estimated to have been buried there in 333-250 BC. The pieces included round motifs similar to horse brasses and bridle rosettes. This was ...
Among The Stars - Part 6 of 8
10th Mar 2019   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
We loved our perfect Moo. The thought of losing him - it never even crossed our minds. It was one of those things too terrible to think that it might ever happen to you. One of those ‘I can’t even imagine what it would be like’ things. He was my everything. My ticket to all my go ...
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Where Horses Should Not Be
9th Mar 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Horses look beautiful in pastures and they’re easy to admire as they lean over a stall door to greet us. We admire them as they work in farm fields or clearing brush, stand sedately on streets to control crowds or in the show ring. But there are a few places we probably don’t wan ...
Barn Ice Management Solutions
6th Mar 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
This has turned into one of the iciest winters I’ve seen in a long time. Many horse owners are worried about the safety of their paddocks for people and horses. There have been quite a few news stories of horses rescued from icy ponds, or simply doing Bambi sprawls in their paddo ...
Tennessee Walker Soring PAST Act
5th Mar 2019   |   Horse Rescue and Abuse   |   Winniefield Park
Another bill in front of the current congress is commonly known as the PAST Act or Prevent All Soring Tactics (PAST) Act, H.R. 693. Although that is how it appeared when first presented, it has now been renamed in honor of Joseph D. Tydings, a senator who helped pass the first Ho ...
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Among The Stars - Part 5 of 8
3rd Mar 2019   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
After the setback with Moo’s suspensory ligament, I pretty much decided that 2017 was going to be a write-off. Because we have so few events, because I’d been so cautious in protecting both Moo’s confidence and my own, the idea of trying to actually achieve anything in only the s ...
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The Safeguard American Food Exports Act
28th Feb 2019   |   Horse Rescue and Abuse   |   Winniefield Park
As of January 30th, an act to prevent horses from being sold for slaughter and human consumption has been re-introduced by U.S. Representatives Jan Schakowsky and Vern Buchanan. ...
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Wild Horses of South America
25th Feb 2019   |   Equine History and Culture   |   Winniefield Park
When it comes to wild horses, most of us picture the feral herds roaming the North American midwest. But, they aren’t the only wild or feral herds surviving on the Western Hemisphere. South America too, has free-roaming herds of horses, many direct descendants of the Spanish hors ...
Among The Stars - Part 4 of 8
23rd Feb 2019   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
After Moo’s tie back, I was in my final year at university, and we hadn’t had lessons in a while. I played with him a lot while he was recovering. The place we were stabling at the time didn’t have a proper arena, so we would do our schooling on the beach, and sometimes take tack ...
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Most Dangerous Horse Movie Stunts
20th Feb 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
There was a time when CGI and other complicated special effects weren’t available to movie makers. Back in the ‘good old days’ both rides and horses did all the wild stunts. There is no doubt that the riskiest stunts were performed by those early stunt riders and actors. Horses w ...
Questions About Horses
18th Feb 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
In the wild, horses are extinct. It was thought that the Przewalski's Horse represented the last true wild horses. But recent research has proven that these horses are actually feral descendants of domesticated horses. There are plenty of horses around though. Estimates suggest t ...
Among The Stars - Part 3 of 8
17th Feb 2019   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
At the beginning of 2013, following his injury at champs, I began to bring Moo back into work. Physically, he seemed fine, but suddenly his behaviour was worse than it had ever been. He was perfectly sound, but if I put on any pressure at all, he’d be up on his hind legs, and jus ...
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Team Horse Sports
15th Feb 2019   |   Shows and Events   |   Winniefield Park
I’d be the first to claim that there is nothing more relaxing than a solitary ride out on my horse. But, sometimes being on a team can be fun too. Being on a team often requires showing up for practices, buying and wearing a team uniform, and of course showing up for any competit ...
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