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Retraining a Racehorse – Moonfire – First Show Of The Year
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With 2010 well behind us, the time soon arose for Moony to make his 2011 debut – heading off for his first show of the year on the morning of 5 February 2011. He loaded without a problem, and arrived at the show safe ...
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Get Your Horses Shine On
4th Aug 2017   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
I love my horse’s coat in the late spring and early summer, just after the winter coat has fallen out, but before the sun bleaches it dry. There are a few ways to avoid dry dull coat, beyond providing a healthy diet and parasite control program. Here are a few ways to help your h ...
Camarillo White Horse History
2nd Aug 2017   |   Breeds   |   Winniefield Park
The Camarillo White horse is not a new breed but it has always been rare. Established just over a hundred years ago from a single stallion, the breed existed almost solely in California. The foundation stallion, Sultan, was said to be a Spanish Mustang, pure white in color. Sult ...
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Difference Between Curb Bit and Snaffle Bit
30th Jul 2017   |   Horse Tack   |   Winniefield Park
Do you know what type of bit this is? Is it a curb or a snaffle? How can you tell? What is the difference between a curb and a snaffle bit? Whether to call a bit is a curb or snaffle can be hard to determine, because in some circles a snaffle bit might be quite different than in ...
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City Work Horses
28th Jul 2017   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
When we think of working horses, we tend to picture horses used in agriculture and forestry work. Horses truly were the horsepower that helped us not just survive in our environment, but thrive. They were engines of many vehicles and machines. But, of course, horses had many uses ...
Horse Slaughter Ban to be Lifted in US
25th Jul 2017   |   Horse Rescue and Abuse   |   Winniefield Park
But since the new U.S. President took office back in November of 2016, there has been speculation that the bill that ended horse slaughter would be repealed. It now looks that looks like it may actually happen. ...
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Horse Trailering 101
22nd Jul 2017   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
One of the most stressful situations for a horse is riding in a trailer, and that in turn, makes things stressful for us. A horse that travels happily makes life much easier. Many don’t, and the difficulties start well before the horse gets onboard. In fact, some horses, just on ...
Horse What
20th Jul 2017   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Ever heard of a horse this or that and wondered how it got its name. What do horse beans, marines and chestnuts have to do with horses? Here’s a look. ...
Horses by The Sea
18th Jul 2017   |   Equine History and Culture   |   Winniefield Park
So many horse breeds originated in European countries like Germany, France, and Great Britain that we forget that there are also many breeds developed elsewhere. Certainly, the Arabian Peninsula and area is where the Arabian, Barb, Akhal-Teke and other hot blooded breeds began. ...
The Framework of Your Horse
15th Jul 2017   |   Horse Anatomy   |   Winniefield Park
When we think of the parts of the horse we’re likely to think of those illustrations that show where parts like the poll, pastern, and hock are. But, all of those parts are also made of other things, and form the framework on which our horses are built. There are four basic types ...
Feeding Young Horses
12th Jul 2017   |   Feed and Minerals   |   Winniefield Park
A mare’s milk production starts to decline gradually after the foal is about two months old. So from this point, until the foal is weaned, and some people think even before, a little extra in the form of a concentrated feed will help the foal grow strong and healthy. Once weaned, ...
Horse Show Hair
9th Jul 2017   |   Clothing and Makeup   |   Winniefield Park
If you ride, you’re probably familiar with the phenomena of helmet hair. And, around the stable, there is a good chance your hair is tucked under a cap most of the time. If your hair is long, a ponytail is probably as close to an actual hairstyle you get. It’s functional, easy an ...
Horses and Fireworks
6th Jul 2017   |   Horse Training   |   Winniefield Park
If you belong to any sort of pet rescue group or page on Facebook or follow similar feeds on Twitter, you’ll no doubt notice that in the days following events that feature fireworks as part of the party, there are a lot more lost dogs and cats. This even happened to one of my nei ...
The Hobby Horse Craze
4th Jul 2017   |   Shows and Events   |   Winniefield Park
The current hobby horse riding craze began about fifteen years ago and was brought into the spotlight by a 2017 movie called Hobbyhorse Revolution. The movie explores this fantasy sport where the participants, mainly young girls, ride dressage tests, race and jump jumps on stick ...
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Eating Horse Meat May Help Preserve Breeds
2nd Jul 2017   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Eating horse meat is a controversial subject that many people find offensive. But, there is a small indication that the stigma is slowly lessening. In part, it’s a recognition that we need to be conscious of how we use our resources. And, some feel that raising horses for meat ma ...
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Tricks to Deworm Your Horse
1st Jul 2017   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
At some point in your horse’s life, it’s probably going to need medication of some sort, even if it only ever needs parasite control drugs. Depending on the how the medication is delivered, it can be tricky to get medications into your horse. Horses can get suspicious about takin ...
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Introducing a New Horse to The Herd
28th Jun 2017   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Bringing a new horse home is exciting for you. But it might be a bit too exciting for other horses that you already own. Just turning a new horse out with an existing ‘herd’ is unlikely to result in nonchalance by the rest of them. They will certainly be curious, and they might f ...
Where to Find Quality Free Horse Images
25th Jun 2017   |   Graphics   |   Winniefield Park
Whether you’re like me and need photos to go along with what you’ve written, you want images for your website, or you want to manipulate an image for your online stable, finding the appropriate images can be hard and sites like Getty and iStockphoto can be expensive. ...
Texas Horse Hunting
24th Jun 2017   |   Horse Rescue and Abuse   |   Winniefield Park
A recent post on the San Antonio Craigslist sent that local equestrian community into a furor. The ad offered horse hunting. To shoot the first horse would cost $200, any and other horses after that would cost $50. The poster claimed that he had collected a large herd of horses o ...
Equine Sickness by the Season
20th Jun 2017   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
Each season brings with it a change in how we look after our horses. And each season brings with it problems we must watch for, and things we can let our guard down about. No sense in worrying about Lyme Disease in January when the snow covers the grass, but winter means we might ...
Horse Museums
17th Jun 2017   |   Equine History and Culture   |   Winniefield Park
The horse has a long history with us, so it shouldn’t be surprising that there are museums around the world where horse lovers can learn more about them. Many museums feature a certain aspect of the horse world such as racing, art, horse-drawn vehicles or a specific breed. ...
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How To Emergency Stop Your Horse
13th Jun 2017   |   Horse Training   |   Winniefield Park
The emergency stop is sometimes called a one-rein stop. If a horse is going much faster than you’d like it to, and it’s ignoring your aids to slow down, an emergency stop can help get it back under control. Here’s how to do it. ...
Why Horses Lie Down When Ridden
11th Jun 2017   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
It’s always tempting to blame a horse for behaving badly whenever it does something we don’t want it to do. But, this is rarely the case. Horses aren’t really calculating like humans are, so any behavior is probably a response rather than reasoned vindication, even though it does ...
The Search For The Perfect Mount
10th Jun 2017   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Sometimes it feels like the key to better riding and a better-trained horse is all about problem-solving. But sometimes, it seems like maybe we’ve got it all wrong and we’re just asking horses to do things they're not made to do. Maybe we could solve the problem by riding somethi ...
Horse Carriage Trade Update
7th Jun 2017   |   Horse Rescue and Abuse   |   Winniefield Park
In Montreal, Canada, calls to end the carriage trade within the city have intensified. Two incidents during the first long weekend of the summer. In one, a horse fell, requiring the assistance of onlookers and a veterinarian to help it regain its feet. In another, a horse tripped ...
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Horse Friendly Gardening
5th Jun 2017   |   Feed and Minerals   |   Winniefield Park
Theme gardens are popular and there are cutting gardens, butterfly gardens, famous writer gardens, bird, and wildlife gardens, so why not a horse garden? If you love gardens and you love horses, it isn’t much of a leap to combine both for an interesting outdoor space that benefit ...
10 Golden Rules of Horse Feeding
3rd Jun 2017   |   Feed and Minerals   |   Winniefield Park
A horse’s digestive system is very long, and they have very small stomachs. That means that they can only eat small amounts at a time. A horse’s stomach can only hold somewhere slightly less than 2 gallons (15 liters) depending on the size of the horse. To avoid colic, and ensure ...
Bush Tracks - The Darker Side of Horse Racing
31st May 2017   |   Horse Rescue and Abuse   |   Winniefield Park
Unsanctioned or bush races are held at racetracks and they can be held in open fields using things like barrels, old rails or natural obstacles to mark the track. There is often no barrier and little space between the racers and the spectators. The races are typically not held at ...
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Updated US Horse Demographic Stats Released
30th May 2017   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
The United States Department of Agriculture has released its Equine2015 reports. The information for the very first of these equine reports was gathered back in 1998. These reports consist of information gathered across the United States about trends within the horse industry, su ...
The Chickasaw Horse
27th May 2017   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Long before the the American Quarter Horse, Paint and even the Appaloosa, there existed a breed of horses in North America, descended from some of the first horses that arrived here from Europe. The Chickasaw people lived in the region now bounded by the states of Alabama, Tennes ...
Bad Horse Bedding and Floor Choices
23rd May 2017   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
There are a few things you don’t want under your horse when it’s standing in its stall. If you’re using wood shavings, you will want to be sure that the mix of wood doesn’t include some types of trees. Black walnut shavings contain the chemical juglone. Even standing on shavings ...
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