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Crazy Stunts with Olop - Jumping Backwards - Part 1
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Who is Olop, you ask? Well, that is my new nickname for Polo. Read on, and I daresay the reason will soon become clear. Those of you who know me will surely know that I am somewhat ‘lacking’ in the sanity division. In ...
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Baby Horse Diaries - If Baby Horses Could Name Things
28th Sep 2019   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
If you’ve ever owned, trained, or otherwise interacted with a baby horse, you will know that sometimes they just seem to see the world differently to us. Whether it’s the shallow rain puddle that’s clearly hiding sharks, or the invisible monster in the bush behind the yellow jump ...
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Five Things Around The Horse Barn That Will Shock You
1st Jan 2016   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
The internet is abound with ‘clicky’ headlines, so I thought I’d create one. How did I do? I didn’t mention the Kardashians or a new breakthrough diet or wrinkle remover, so a grade of -B at best I would think. But there are some things that could shock you around the stable and ...
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Five Steps to a Happy Horse
21st Jun 2015   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
It isn’t hard to tell when a horse is unhappy. An unhappy horse will be the one that is stall or fence walking, weaving, cribbing or biting and kicking its stall door every time someone walks by. Keeping a horse happy isn’t hard. All you need to do is supply a few basics. Here’s ...
Does Electric Fencing Increase Stress On My Horse
8th Jun 2015   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
In some places, it’s not legal to fence livestock within electric wire. I’ve seen some pretty gruesome pictures of horses that have gotten tangled in the strands. And, I know of horses that don’t think twice about barging through them, electrified or not. I like the idea of Pastu ...
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Why Does My Horse Chew Wood
31st Dec 2014   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Does your stable or pasture have termites? Not the little six legged kind, but four legged with a mane, tail and big teeth? For the dedicated chewer, any wooden object is fair game. They will strip trees of bark, or pull small ones up by the roots. Fence rails will take on an in ...
My Narrow Escape
19th Dec 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Finally There
Narrow was born on a family owned ranch. He was trained to be ridden and sold when he was two to a jumping academy. He was trained to jump and was an amazing jumper, who won many ribbons, prizes and hearts. One day in a show when Narrow was five he missed the last jump falling co ...
Dollars Recovery After The Barbwire Fence Accident
22nd Nov 2010   |   Care and Grooming   |   Conga
Dollar was trotting last night without pain, no limping! I was very happy to see him move so freely. He had been anxious to come in the barn with everybody else and he started pacing at a trot. He is now on a new grain, Purina Healthy Edge. It's high in fat, low in sugar. He love ...
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 ...
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 ...
The 1936 Olympic Games – The Story of Jenny Camp
5th Oct 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   mosquito
Back before World War II, equestrian sports were dominated by military horses. After World War I, many nations concentrated on developing top cavalry horses horses that were strong, fast, intelligent and brave – all qualities needed in war, but also qualities that made great spo ...
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Poisonous Trees and Plants for Horses
2nd Aug 2010   |   General   |   Sweetbriar
There are so many poisonous plants, trees and shrubs out there in our beautiful world. Today, I would like to touch base on a few of them. Some you may know and some you may not be familiar with. The buttercup is very attractive to the eye, but dangerous to our four legged f ...
 
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