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Jumping My Polo Horse Bareback
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This video shows myself and my Polo horse simply being ourselves and having a great time! Everything in this video is bareback, it is a complete no saddle zone! The only tack used is always either a bridle or a halter an ...
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Pony Service Animal Flies In Cabin with Owner
19th Sep 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Flirty, a Miniature Horse and service animal was possibly the first horse to fly inside the passenger compartment of a plane. Her handler, who is allergic to dogs, took Flirty on a short flight, and this short video documents the experience. ...
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Baby Horse Diaries - Starter Kit
16th Jun 2019   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
So you just bought yourself a baby horse? I bet youíre wondering what youíll need to help you in this new chapter of your life! Well never fear, Baby Horse Diaries is here to answer all of your questions. To create your own Baby Horse Starter Kit, hereís what youíll need ...
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Baby Horse Diaries - Playtime (AKA the Hunger Games)
9th Jun 2019   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
Baby horses, like most babies, are curious, energetic and playful beings that constantly seek out new means of entertainment. In fact, one of the most fun things about having a baby horse is all the wonderful new games that you get to learn how to play Ė and the skills you get to ...
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Knit For Your Horse
23rd Jun 2018   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Saddle pads and blankets can be knitted or crocheted in any size, shape and color. A method called felting, where natural fibre knitted or crocheted items are washed, rolled, pounded and so the fibres shrink together and make a thick mat has long been used to make these types of ...
Horse Feng Shui
17th May 2018   |   Equine History and Culture   |   Winniefield Park
In Chinese symbolism the horse generally represents loyalty, bravery, success, endurance and progress. There are two main types of horse symbolism, tribute horses and victory horses. Tribute horses symbolize an increase in luck and prosperity. Victory horses are thought to symbol ...
West Palm Beach Winter Equestrian Festival
25th Mar 2018   |   Shows and Events   |   Winniefield Park
Ever wondered where the rich and famous go to play with their horses? Me neither. But, I have always taken for granted that Lexington, Kentucky was the horse capital of North America. Turns out I may be wrong. Many would argue that Wellington, Florida is the real capital. And tha ...
Henry the VIII and His Horses
5th Jan 2018   |   Equine History and Culture   |   Winniefield Park
Henry the Eighth (1491 - 1547) is probably the most notorious of the British monarchs. The second Tudor king was known for beheading or divorcing several wives and creating the Church of England, establishing himself, and not the Pope in Rome as the head of the church. He united ...
The Other Horse Races
8th Dec 2017   |   Shows and Events   |   Winniefield Park
We know that Thoroughbreds, Standardbreds, Arabians, American Quarter Horses and Appaloosas are commonly used for racing, albeit Standardbreds are less used for races under saddle than in harness. But there are other breeds that you can also ride in a race. ...
Winterizing Your Tack Box
3rd Dec 2017   |   Horse Tack   |   Winniefield Park
As I write this snow is gently sifting downwards, and enough is already on the ground to cover the grass. Apparently there is something call meteorological winter that starts on December 1, even though itís not officially 'calendar winter' until later in the month. The cold weath ...
Horse Blanket Hazards
11th Nov 2017   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
Most of us try our hardest to look after our horses well. That can include putting some sort of blanket on them to protect them from the elements. Unfortunately our best efforts can occasionally backfire, and the very thing that should protect our horses can cause harm. Itís esse ...
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Storm and Disaster Prepping For Horses
7th Oct 2017   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
There probably isnít a place in the world that isnít affected by adverse weather or other natural disasters waiting to happen. Some of us must contend with ice and snow. Others live where fire is a hazard. Earthquakes are a reality in some locations. And, flooding, wind and other ...
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How to Keep Your Horse Cool
9th Sep 2017   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
Whether to avoid heat stress or to treat an inflamed injury, there are lots of ways to cool your horse. Cold hosing is one way to treat injuries and can be very effective. But, itís messy, not very portable and time-consuming. A cool bath with a hose, or standing in a pond can be ...
What is in Horse Fly Spray
14th Aug 2017   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
There are several plant based extracts used in bug repellant. One such ingredient is geraniol. This is an extract of geranium plants and it too has a perfumy smell. The plants pennyroyal, various types of mint, eucalyptus, and wormwood are sometimes found in fly repellents. Cedar ...
Get Your Horses Shine On
4th Aug 2017   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
I love my horseís 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 ...
Organizing My Tackroom
19th May 2017   |   Horse Tack   |   Winniefield Park
Getting your tack room organized and keeping it organized can be a challenge, especially if like many of us you have a lot of Ďstuffí and only a small space to stash it in. We can dream about the perfectly appointed tack room, filled with spacious tack lockers, easily accessible ...
Top Ten Similarities Between Your Horse and the Easter Bunny
22nd Apr 2017   |   General   |   Polo the Weirdo
With Easter just around the corner, we all have a lot of questions in our minds. How many Easter Eggs will I get? Where will they be hiding? Where can I hide them where my siblings can never, ever (ever) find them? Did we really find all the eggs from last year, and if I find one ...
Riding Horses With Kids
10th Dec 2016   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Weíve been taking advantage of the beautiful fall weather and this last weekend I rode with my ten-year-old niece. She has the kind of pony, that if you could clone would make many little girls and their parents very happy. Sheís a good rider too. While my mare and I plodded alon ...
Your Horses Sense of Smell
18th Oct 2016   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
How does a horse smell? Well, most of us would agree they smell good. But what about their sense of smell? Thatís good too. In fact, a horseís sense of smell is much better than ours. We humans have two smell reception patches high up in our nasal patches, each made of five or si ...
First Equine Neurological Chagas Disease in United States
4th Aug 2016   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
Earlier this year, researchers revealed what they believed to be the first incident of Chagas disease to affect a horse in North America. Chagas disease is a neurological disease common to dogs in South America. The disease is caused by a protozoa, a tiny organism called Trypanos ...
Recycle Re-purpose and Reuse
7th Jul 2016   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Weíve looked at products we share with our horses. But another money saving strategy for horse owners is to reuse, repurpose or recycle items around our homes for our horses, especially stuff that would otherwise end up in the trash or recycling bin. Here are just a few of the ma ...
Household Products Used in the Barn
6th Jun 2016   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Who hasnít tried Mane ní Tail shampoo on their own hair? Itís been on the shelves stores that sell beauty products for a few years now. But, this product isnít the only one you can share with your horse. Hereís a few products, beauty and otherwise you can easily share with your h ...
Horse Dewormer Drug Resistance
2nd Jun 2016   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
Most tube dewormers are known as anthelmintics. There are several different drugs that are anthelmintics and the most common of these is called ivermectin. Ivermectin works by paralyzing the worms. Another, called moxidectin does the same. Fenbendazole impedes the parasiteís grow ...
7 Point Plan for Spring Horse Care
14th May 2016   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
If you inhale too close to my horse right now, you're going to get a lot of hair up your nose. Thatís because I havenít been too fussy about hurrying out her thick winter coat. The weather has been very un-spring-like and sheís needed it. But as it does here, spring is springing ...
Project Arabian Horse Rescue
4th Mar 2016   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
I really am a soft touch for a pretty face and the sight of a little grey Arabian gelding looking over the wall of an auction pen was more than I could resist. I didnít buy him for any other reason than he really needed a good home. He was too small for me to ride, and my daughte ...
Horse Parenting 101
18th Jan 2016   |   General   |   Polo the Weirdo
Iíve heard people say that horses are like children. As baffling as it is that people would equate horses with children (almost as baffling as why people choose to have children in the first place) there is one aspect of this metaphor that holds true. Horses, like children, can h ...
Tips for a Long Flowing Mane
18th Dec 2015   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
My horse is perfect of course, in her imperfect way. One of her imperfections in my eyes is her skimpy tail. She has a thick mane, but for some reason, her tail doesnít follow suit. Is there any way to make her tail long and flowing? Hereís what Iíve learned about growing long, l ...
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Horse Eye Problems and Infections
6th Dec 2015   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
The simplest first aid treatment for any eye problem is washing the area with a saline solution. You can easily make this at home with cooled boiled water and sea salt. There are lots of recipes online and you canít go too far wrong with one recommended for humans or other pets. ...
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How Your Horse Protects Itself From Flies
14th Oct 2015   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Bug season around here is slowly tapering off, but until the first hard frost eradicates those pesky pests they will still be around to annoy us all. Late summer and early fall is when the tiny mosquitos that carry the West Nile Virus show up. The Bot fly uses the lazy days of la ...
2015 Pan Am Games
21st Jul 2015   |   Shows and Events   |   Winniefield Park
The Pan Am Games arenít as high profile as the WEG or the Olympics, but for those of us in the Greater Toronto Area, they are providing an exciting opportunity to see international competition and many young rising stars headed for the 2016 Olympics. Iím lucky that the equestrian ...
Shipping Horses by Plane
20th Jun 2015   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Like you and I, horses can feel the effect of the changes of air pressure while flying. Take offs and landings tend to be the worst part of the flight. Turbulence can be as upsetting for a horse as it is for the human passengers. And like you and I, horses may end up bumping elbo ...
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