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PonyBox Top Horses For March 2021
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Three PonyBox mares are holding top jump, rank and win/lose streak as we head for the last weekend in March. ...
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The Nokota Breyer Horse Association - NBHA
2nd Dec 2010   |   General   |   Brezie
If you have Breyer Horses, you know the love that we share with them. Breyers are amazing little plastic figures. They let the ones who can't afford horses live out their dream with barns, tack, riders, and other accessories. At NBHA we understand your love for Breyer Horses. ...
My First Time On A Horse At The Phuket Riding Club
28th Nov 2010   |   General   |   Mystic56
I was on a holiday at Phuket, Thailand and my parents finally agreed to let me and my sister ride a horse at the Phuket Riding Club. I was so excited and the day finally came. It was Wednesday when we rode the horses. We were supposed to wear Jodphurs and boots, but seeing tha ...
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The Last Of The Wild Horse Breeds
28th Nov 2010   |   General   |   Pineh
The unique characteristics of the horse made it particularly valuable to hunters. The horse would eat grass, and the chlorophyll would release from the chloroplasts inside their mouths, creating a thick green mucus stored in the back of their throats. Yuck, right? Hunters would k ...
Do You Always Wear A Helmet When Riding Horses?
28th Nov 2010   |   General   |   Hypnotic Equus
The risk of head injuries resulting from a fall are astounding. Equestrian riders are hospitalized because of serious head injuries more often than hockey, football, soccer, or boxing. We wear helmets in two of those sports, the other two we have things flying at high speeds towa ...
Trail Ride Pictures
27th Nov 2010   |   General   |   Conga
These are some awesome pictures that I took on my phone when I was on a trail ride with my friends and grandma recently. We were riding out in some fields and the sun was going down, it was so beautiful and I forgot my camera so I just pulled out my phone and started to take pict ...
Creatures From Heaven
27th Nov 2010   |   General   |   Rein or Shine
It is but a simple word, one that the smallest child can say, whether their pronunciation is correct or not. It is a word that is hailed as one of the best words of all. It is a word loved by thousands of people across the world. But more importantly, it is the title of a creatur ...
Smallage Equestrain Center
26th Nov 2010   |   General   |   lifes a risk
Smallage Equestrian Center is a great facility. I have been riding there for five years and have three wonderful instructors. They are so nice, I have had three fall's and they helped me to regain my confidence. If you live near Treeton/Aston in England, or are coming down for a ...
How To Come Back From A Fall
21st Nov 2010   |   General   |   Padfoot
The wound was my first hunting wound, first time getting kicked and one of my worst falls. We think I passed out, but I don't know. From what I've been told, Toffee jumped the fence, throwing me out of the saddle. I hit the ground before him and as he went over me he kicked me in ...
Aussie Trained Horse Phar Lap Killed by American Gangsters
18th Nov 2010   |   General   |   Rachs Barnorama
Next of course was the legendary Phar Lap A sporting and cultural icon for Australia. Nicknamed ‘Big Red’ this chestnut gelding is considered to be the best racehorse in the history of the sport of kings. From his 51 starts he won an astounding 37 of these, including the prestigi ...
How to Cope with Horselessness
17th Nov 2010   |   General   |   Spaztastic
Horselessness can be hard to cope with. I have a serious case of it, and I'm learning how to deal with it. It can make you mad, sad and even go crazy. To thoroughly understand how to cope with it, or to help someone else cope with it, we have to learn what it is. Horselessness ...
My Mistakes Installing The Perfect Horse Fence
14th Nov 2010   |   General   |   TheLloyd
Most of us has been in the situation where you come out to look after your horses one sunny morning and find nothing but a shady-looking fence and missing a few horses. Apparently, setting up that perfect fence wasn't as easy as originally thought. Many horses have a hobby of ...
Bentley Riding School
12th Nov 2010   |   General   |   samini
Bentley Riding School is a great riding school in suffolk. they have many good horses and most are bomb proof. I have been riding there for many years and I now take private lessons with the owner, who once was on the British Equestrian Team. You may have heard of her, Mannie Bea ...
Armistice Day - November 11th
11th Nov 2010   |   General   |   Valkyrie
Countless men and women died for your freedom. The least you can do them is pay the courtesy of remembering their sacrifice this Armistice Day November 11th. I will. ...
Keeping Your Horse Through The Recession
10th Nov 2010   |   General   |   Sariska
We all know that horses are an expensive hobby, but most of us have never really though much about it, until the last few months. Chances are the country you live in is going through a recession right now, here are some handy tips on how to be more froogle with your horse expense ...
My Little Sunny
6th Nov 2010   |   General   |   Ponyissie
One day on October 19th 2010 I came up to my room and he wasn't awake. I opened his cage and got him out. He was all dozey and tried to stand up, but he was to weak. I ran downstairs holding him carefully and showed him to my Mum. She immediately rang the vet's emergency number a ...
Proper Body Position Over Jumps
6th Nov 2010   |   General   |   Hypnotic Equus
What exactly is the proper position? Proper body position is heels down, legs back slihtly from flat position, and toes flexed out slightly. Your back should be concave, you should have your head up looking over the fence, your hands should be midway up the horses neck, unless yo ...
Writing Great Articles For Ponybox! Part Three – Common Pitfalls
30th Oct 2010   |   General   |   mosquito
Even if you have worked hard on your article, and you think it’s great, you might be surprised to find it can still get turned down. Or, your article gets posted, and you are amazed to find not everyone thinks it’s as great as you did. Why does this happen, how can you prevent i ...
Writing Great Articles for Ponybox! Part Two – Get Writing
26th Oct 2010   |   General   |   mosquito
So, now you’ve decided on your topic, done all your research, and you’re ready to turn your notes into Ponybox’s next great article. But there’s a blank screen in front of you – how do you get started with actually writing? ...
Writing Great Articles for Ponybox! Part One – How To Get Started
24th Oct 2010   |   General   |   mosquito
I often read on the ‘walls’ or the forum that people are still having trouble getting their article published. Usually it’s because some simple rules haven’t been followed – proofreading, original writing, correct images, and so on. But even when those rules are followed, there’s ...
Preparing Your Horse For Winter
23rd Oct 2010   |   General   |   Esmeralda Elites
You may live where winters are long and cold, with lots of snow. You may live where winters are mild, with minimum snow fall. Either way, you should prepare your horses and yourself for the winter. If you board your horse, some of these tips may not apply. Keep in mind that these ...
Dreams to Reality - Elite Para-Equestrian
18th Oct 2010   |   General   |   Oak Valley
Some riders get their inspiration from Olympic riders, or top trainers, but mine comes from a girl at the barn I go to. Her name is Tara, and is twenty years old. What's so special about Tara you may ask? She has Cerebral Palsy, and is in a wheel chair. I really don't know what t ...
The Life Of A Cowboy - Is It The Right Job For You?
14th Oct 2010   |   General   |   Eire
Being a range cowboy is something that is both mentally and physically tough. From the unbroken bronc in your string to that cow that just keeps making its way out of the herd, this is a very hard profession, and one that doesn't tolerate foolishness. You live off the land, get u ...
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My Horse Ripped Her Stitches Out
10th Oct 2010   |   General   |   Conga
This is my horse Zip. Just a week ago she got hung up on a board in the barn and ripped her whole underarm open 8 inches deep and had 26 stitches. Now today she had some how ripped all her stitches out. ...
My New Irish Sport Horse Showjumper
4th Oct 2010   |   General   |   appleyard
This weekend I got an Irish Sport Horse pony called "Rocky". He is 5 yrs old and is 14.2 hh tall. He is a Dun and can jump over 4 ft. Rocky has come over from Ireland and is now living at my house! I will be traveling the country with him and entering lots of different shows. Rec ...
Buying a Goat Named Moose
3rd Oct 2010   |   General   |   MBs Sporthorses
Life continued and the days were long. When I'd come home from work and school I would always have to untangle Moose from the trees or the chairs he wrapped himself up in. Mum continued to suggest we find Moose a new home, but I blatantly refused, and ignored the nagging feeling ...
North American Sandsculpting Championship
26th Sep 2010   |   General   |   PonyBox
The North American Sandsculpting Championship is held each year in Virginia Beach, Virginia during the popular Neptune Festival. The championship is represented each year by a myriad of countries. Unfortunately, Finland did not represent this year, but there was still a lot of ...
The Fall
26th Sep 2010   |   General   |   Polo the Weirdo
On 22 August 2010 I attended a small practice jumping show. After entering my young horse, Moonfire, in the 60cm and 70cm class I took him home to fetch my brilliant little pony, Tempest, for a friend of mine to ride. The theory behind this decision was that I planned to have her ...
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Raising Puppies - The First Week
25th Sep 2010   |   General   |   Padfoot Designs
As my dog Rosa went into labor I scurried to get everything ready, it was a first time for both of us. My legs were shaking badly and I kept pacing back and forth through the living room, through the hall, and into the kitchen, then back again. I called my sister, and told her to ...
Breyer Horse Spooktacular Scene Contest
23rd Sep 2010   |   General   |   Blue Sky Acres
Breyer is offering a chance to win a new 2010 Halloween model, Merry Widower. This beautiful model is black with a spooky spider and web design on the sides of this model belly. The horse also has two white stockings. The second place winner will win a Bats in the Belfry model. A ...
Training Miss Geogria Peach
23rd Sep 2010   |   General   |   HarleyPeach1
I am still working on getting her to load on a trailer. This summer I'm going to lunge her in front of the trailer. Then I will ask her to load again. If she still doesn't I will keep lunging her till she loads. She will now walk right into the horse trailer. I can get her to lo ...
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