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Surviving The Warm-up Arena
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Have you ever taken a moment at a show, to pause before entering the warm up? Do you ever look into that deadly hornets’ nest of an arena and think, 'Holy doughnuts, I’m going to get crushed in there!' If you haven’t – g ...
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In The Spotlight - Top Active Natural Horses
16th Feb 2021   |   Ponybox News   |   Fox Tail Forge n Farriery
We watch all the amazing achievements made by super horses. We watch as PonyBox horses loaded with items break record after record. But a huge following also exists for natural horses that are bred to never compete with the help of items. Here are our top 5 natural jumping horses ...
PonyBox Record Holder Review
13th Dec 2020   |   Ponybox News   |   Winniefield Park
New records have been set or met. There is a new highest earner and jump records have been matched, although not yet exceeded. ...
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PonyBox Champion Casual Boho
1st Aug 2020   |   Ponybox News   |   Winniefield Park
As we headed into the July holiday weekend was Casual Boho held the top ranking spot. The 15 year old Casual Boho is owned by Jumping Bloom Horses. This 16.3 hh mare is by 21st generation Boho Express, a breeding by Fox Tail Forge n Farriery. ...
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RavenSide Stud TBS Home of Multiple Top Ranked Horses
5th Jul 2020   |   Ponybox News   |   Winniefield Park
RSS Break Even and RSS Identity Thief are both top ranked horses belonging to the same stables. RavenSide Stud TBS was established in 2017 and is ranked at 113 with 49,459,023 PB in earnings. Currently, there are three stallions standing at stud, one, MonkeySeeMonkeyDo has reache ...
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Horse That Survived Kentucky Horse Shooting Foals Healthy Pinto
3rd Jul 2020   |   Horse Rescue and Abuse   |   Winniefield Park
You might remember a story from early last winter about twenty horses in Eastern Kentucky that were shot and killed. The few survivors were taken to Kentucky Humane Society’s Willow Hope Farm to regain their health and eventually be rehomed. ...
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One hundred Horses Rescued In Police Sting Operation
12th Jan 2020   |   Horse Rescue and Abuse   |   Winniefield Park
A team of volunteers is responsible for rescuing over one hundred horses in King County near Enumclaw. The horses, some in foal and with foals by their sides, were being kept in unsanitary conditions by a women well known to be a hoarder, but who claims she is in animal rescue. A ...
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PonyBox Oldest Horses and The Immortals
29th Dec 2019   |   Ponybox News   |   Winniefield Park
Similar to the average longevity of a real horse, horses on Ponybox tend to be retired in their late 20s and most often around the age of 30. But a few, like the Energizer Bunny, keep going and going well beyond the average age of retirement. There seem to be some tricks to keepi ...
Video Of Heroic Horse Galloping Back Into California Wildfires
11th Nov 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
A video of a horse galloping back into a California wildfire to bring a mare and foal back into its herd demonstrates an amazing example of herd dynamics has gone viral. The video shows a dark-colored horse galloping back into the flames. ...
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National Seashore Wild Foal Born During Hurricane
2nd Oct 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
While many people were concerned for the safety of the wild horses on the Outer Banks during Hurricane Dorian, the herd near the Shackleford Banks experienced an increase, rather than a decrease of members. Evacuation order for humans were put in place, but the horses were left t ...
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Wild and Free Sable Island Ponies
5th Sep 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
There’s a scientist out there that is delighted to find a dead horse. Not that she’s excited that the horse is dead. That is probably as emotionally difficult for her as any of us. But, this scientist, as part of a research team, is happy to find the remains of dead Sable Island ...
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The Rapas de Bestas Festival
20th Jul 2019   |   Shows and Events   |   Winniefield Park
The Rapas de Bestas Festival or The Capture of the Beasts, in Spain is an annual festival that takes place every July in Spain. This centuries old festival has become a tourist attraction, but has also come under the scrutiny of animal welfare activists. While rooted in tradition ...
HoofStep Remote Horse Monitor
31st Mar 2019   |   Equine Technology   |   Winniefield Park
A few weeks ago, a startup called HoofStep contacted me about a kickstarter campaign they had begun to launch their product. HoofStep uses Artificial Intelligence to monitor your horse 24x7. By using a halter-like harness that carries a monitoring sensor, the horse’s head movemen ...
Naming Your Child After A Horse
30th Mar 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
There are several names that in the near past have been popular. Colt, is of course a male baby horse, and Ryder is obvious. Blaze may be a boy’s name, or change it a little to Blaize for a girl. Or Maverick, which is a wild horse, could be a boy’s name. Or a girl’s name. Why not ...
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When Your Horse Can't
18th Mar 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Any time you see your horse can’t do something it normally does with ease it’s time to call the veterinarian. Here’s what it could mean if your horse can’t... ...
Horse News
12th Feb 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
When it comes to horsepower, sometimes there is no substitute for the real thing. Clydesdale team Molly and Prince normal pull logs and sleighs. But after an early storm left roads slick and snow covered they came to the aid of a trucker whose rig got stuck in a driveway. The tea ...
Are Horses Getting Faster
26th Jan 2019   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Back in 1973, Secretariat set a track record at the Kentucky Derby of 1:59 over the 1.25 mile distance. Since then, not a single horse has broken that record at Churchill Downs. A look at Equibase records of the various tracks in North America show that very few records have been ...
What is That Noise
22nd Dec 2018   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
Whinnies and neighs are normal horse noises and often the sounds that horses make are one of the few things that a non-horse person knows about horses. But horses do make other noises. Some are vocal, and some have other origins. Horses have a larynx that is similar to ours, and ...
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Equine Polydactylism
1st Dec 2018   |   Horse Anatomy   |   Winniefield Park
In horses the extra appendage is called a supernumerary digit, and it grows off the splint bone on both front or hind legs. There may be four supernumerary digits, there may be only one, or a partial digit. The splint bone is a small bone that runs alongside of the canon bones. T ...
You Might Have Eaten a Horse
10th Nov 2018   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
A study by researchers from Guelph University shows that there could be horsemeat in some Canadian sausage. Of the 100 sausages tested undeclared horse meat showed up in one sample that was supposed to be 100% pork. ...
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Horse News and Events
22nd Sep 2018   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
For the first time, mules have been allowed to compete in dressage in Great Britain. And for the first time, a mule, a former rescue, won his event at a British dressage show. The ruling is now changed to allow any offspring of a horse mare to compete. ...
Preventing Equine Obesity
25th Aug 2018   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
Horses that are overweight are more likely to suffer health problems than horses that are on the lean side. Generally, you want to be able to feel, but not quite see your horse’s ribs. There shouldn’t be fat pads on either side of the tail head, withers or top of the neck. There ...
How to Lead a Horse
27th Jul 2018   |   Horse Training   |   Winniefield Park
Leading isn’t walking ahead of your horse while pulling on the lead rope. It isn’t tagging along as your horse drags you along. Rather, your horse should be trained to walk beside you with no tension on the rope at all. You may move the rope a bit to guide the horse, but otherwis ...
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Equine Botulism Symptoms and Causes
19th Jul 2018   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
A women in Nova Scotia is fighting for the life of some of her horses after already losing two and is worrying about a disease affecting the other horses in her equine rescue facility. The cause of the deaths, and the severe illness affecting the sick horses is botulism poisoning ...
Horse Pregnancy Check
17th Jul 2018   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
I was recently able to watch an ultrasound examination of a mare thought to be in foal. The mare was sedated, and while guiding the scope to the area of the reproductive organs, the vet explained what we were seeing on the screen of the ultrasound machine. ...
Horse Identification Records and Templates
26th May 2018   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Every year companion animals go missing and are lost forever to their owner. This includes horses. Search stolen horses sold at auction and you’ll get many results that go to stories about horses that were sent for slaughter unknown to their owner. ...
How to Improve Your Intelligence and Other News
28th Apr 2018   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Horseback riding may improve your child’s intelligence. So says a study reported in a Country Living Magazine. The study, done by the Tokyo University of Agriculture, claims that the vibrations created by the horse while riding benefit the brain. Does this means those of us who r ...
Neonatal Foal Diseases
27th Feb 2018   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
On the inside, a foal is protected from viruses and bacteria that might make it ill. But, it’s born without a fully functioning immune system. Getting the first milk, called colostrum is essential for a foal, as this carries immune building antibodies. If a foal doesn’t get this ...
Worlds First Cloned Super Horse
31st Jan 2018   |   Equine Technology   |   Winniefield Park
Up until now, cloned horses did not have any significant edge over their non-cloned brethren. That could change with a technology with the acronym CRISPR. With CRISPR, it is possible to not only replicate genes but actually edit them. ...
A Horse By Another Name
7th Jan 2018   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
There are lots of different names for horses. Like the Inuit multiple words for snow, horses have been labeled by their type or use. The word we use for horse comes from Old English with its roots in ancient and Germanic and Norse languages. The word equine comes from the Latin e ...
Types of Horse Hair
2nd Jan 2018   |   Horse Anatomy   |   Winniefield Park
As we groom, we’re probably aware of the different types of hair our horses have. There are basically three types. Here’s a look at what they are, and why they are important. ...
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