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Bad lighting, bad positioning, but sometimes you get a golden shot! A little bit of luck helps....
Bad lighting, bad positioning, but sometimes you get a golden shot! A little bit of luck helps....
How bad do you want that win? In a tight finish the jockey on the outside (in the black silks) forewent his whip and rode hands and heels, pushing his mount's head down right on the line to nab a Gr.1...
How bad do you want that win? In a tight finish the jockey on the outside (in the black silks) forewent his whip and rode hands and heels, pushing his mount's head down right on the line to nab a Gr.1...
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Pole Bending Basics
1st Feb 2011   |   General   |   Fantasy Farms
To start, you should look where you want to go. Look straight down to the end of the wall. Stay a good distance away from the poles when you are running down. I have seen so many people get too close to the poles and their horse will start to weave before they turn the first pol ...
Equine Uveitis
19th Nov 2010   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Fantasy Farms
One of the most common eye problems in horses is uveitis or moon blindness. The real name for Uveitis is Equine Recurrent Uveitis or ERU for short. Uveitis is a disease that comes and goes. Uveitis refers to the inflammation of the middle layer of the eye. It can be very painful ...
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Cool Horse and Equestrian Products
15th Oct 2010   |   Product Reviews   |   Fantasy Farms
These are by far my favorite bell boots. I love the fact that they won’t turn around when they are on your horse. They have knobs on the inside of the bell boot to prevent them from turning. They are stain and water-resistant. I have had my pair of these bell boots for over a yea ...
Horse Training - The Trail Class
24th Sep 2010   |   Horse Training   |   Fantasy Farms
The mailbox is a popular obstacle. Get close enough to the mailbox to reach over to open it. Then reach inside to see if there is a piece of paper or “mail”. Be sure to read it as sometimes there is a message on it. If not then rub it on your horses neck and hindquarter to show t ...
How To Pick A Prospect Horse
15th Sep 2010   |   General   |   Fantasy Farms
Champions tend to be naturals. They have a natural talent. Your job as a trainer or a coach is to find that horse. Even though you can’t ride a one or a two year old, you can learn a lot by just watching. An example would be a herd of one year olds running around in a pasture. Th ...
Free Ad Friday - Dreamhorse.com
26th Aug 2010   |   Ponybox News   |   Fantasy Farms
Are you looking to buy or sell a horse? If so, dreamhorse.com is your website! Dreamhorse.com is a website that was created to buy or sell horses. When you first go to dreamhorse.com you will see many buttons. The first thing that stands out is the spotlight ad. The spotlight ad ...
Western Pleasure
17th Aug 2010   |   General   |   Fantasy Farms
In a western pleasure class you are going to be asked to walk, jog and lope your horse in both directions. When you are asked to reverse, turn your horse towards the middle and then continue on the opposite direction. Some western pleasure classes will ask you to back your horses ...
Different Types of Halters
21st Jul 2010   |   General   |   Fantasy Farms
Every horse has a halter. Halters are used to lead and tie up an animal, in which case I’m talking about a horse. There are many different kinds of halters and halters made from different materials. Halters can be made from nylon, rope, leather, rawhide, polyester and cotton. Le ...
Likit Horse Treats and Toys
8th Jul 2010   |   Product Reviews   |   Fantasy Farms
Is your horse pacing, weaving, cribbing or kicking? If so, it sounds like your horse is bored. There is many things you can do to make your horse stop doing these habits such as kicking chains and cribbing collars. Have you ever wondered if there was a more natural way to make yo ...
Pigeon Fever
4th Jul 2010   |   Care and Grooming   |   Fantasy Farms
Pigeon Fever is a disease that is unpredictable, contagious and normally curable in most cases. It is highly contagious! This bacterial infection is caused by Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and characterized by deep intramuscular (and sometimes internal) abscesses in horses. ...
What is Thrush?
14th Jun 2010   |   Care and Grooming   |   Fantasy Farms
Thrush is a bacteria found in a horses hoof. When moisture is present, it creates a fungal infection that eats away the horses frog. It can survive without oxygen and loves moisture. Thrush is most common in the northeast or where there is lots of moisture. If you have ever picke ...
Bathing A Horse
30th May 2010   |   Care and Grooming   |   Fantasy Farms
Whether you are getting ready to go to a horse show or your horse is just plain dirty, a bath can solve that. Before you start to bathe your horse, you should give your horse a good brushing. Start with a curry comb to get all the dirt out from your horses coat. Go in a circul ...
Team Penning
25th May 2010   |   General   |   Fantasy Farms
Have you ever heard of team penning? A lot of people haven't. Its a very fun western sport that involves cows. Team penning is when you have a group of cows at one end of the arena. Typically the herd size is about 30 head of cattle. At the opposite side of the arena is a 16' ...
High School Equestrain Team
16th May 2010   |   Shows and Events   |   Fantasy Farms
I recently competed in a high school equestrian competition. A bunch of different high schools compete against each other in all different types of events. There is 3 meets and a state meet. I competed in showmanship, trail, english and western equitation, bi-rangle, drill team, ...
Suffolk Punch
18th Apr 2010   |   General   |   Fantasy Farms
The Suffolk Punch is the rarest and one of the oldest heavy breeds in the world. It is called the Suffolk Punch because of its body type. It is a “punchy” type of horse that is short-legged and barrel-bodied. ...
Cribbing - Its Not Just a Nuisance
14th Apr 2010   |   General   |   Fantasy Farms
Cribbing is when a horse places its front teeth on a horizontal surface and pulls back. The horse often makes a grunting sound while cribbing. Cribbing is also known as wind sucking. Cribbing is a habit that can be learned by other horses. If a horse is stalled next to a cribber ...
Horse Show Checklist
19th Mar 2010   |   General   |   Fantasy Farms
Have you ever been to a horse show and realized that your forgot your girth? Using this checklist will help you not forget anything. Before a horse show, make sure your tack is clean and in working order. Make sure you horse is clean too. Go through this checklist the night befo ...
Western Saddle Pads
22nd Feb 2010   |   Product Reviews   |   Fantasy Farms
A properly fitting pad will extend at least one inch beyond the saddle on all sides. This means that you should choose a pad that is at least 2 inches longer than the length of your saddle and 2 inches wider than the width of the underside of the skirts. ...
 
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