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Retraining a Racehorse - Moonfire (Week 1)
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I am going to type up, in detail, all my experiences with retraining Moonfire. I'm going to tell you what I did and when, what the results were, what my thoughts were, what Moonfire's progression is and so on. I hope to ...
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My Horse and Eight Others Die in Tragic Barn Fire
1st Jun 2013   |   General   |   Set Free
My horse Phoenix was a barrel horse I got from Fallon Taylor. My story with my pride and joy came to a close on April 26, 2013. The day before was a beautiful day and it was warm enough that I didn't even have to wear a jacket. The sun was shinning strong and little did I know th ...
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How Old are You in Horse Years
28th May 2013   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
A horse’s average lifespan is around 28 years. A human’s average lifespan in North America is around 77 years. Horse’s don't live as long as humans. And, they age at very different rates, making it difficult to compare horse years to human years. Even in infancy, horses are quite ...
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Eqcetera Accepting Breeding System Suggestions
1st May 2013   |   General   |   24601
Eqcetera, an equine sim rising in popularity, is now accepting suggestions for an update to their breeding system. Eqcetera is constantly undergoing improvements and refinements, often at the suggestion of players. Admin Starry* has stated that the breeding system the sim has cur ...
The Story of My Horse Trillium
30th Apr 2013   |   Horse Stories   |   Winniefield Park
I've owned my horse Trillium for just over five years now. When I first met Trillium, she was just one of the many horses my sister rescued, and I didn't really pay much attention to her other to notice how terribly emaciated she was. She was covered in thick, shaggy reddish-brow ...
How To Name Your Horse or Foal Based on Horsenality
29th Apr 2013   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Do you have a new horse to name? If you're buying a horse, it may come with a name. But that doesn't mean you like the name, and you may want to choose something more suitable. You may already have a name in mind and that's perfect. But maybe you can't decide, or need to name a n ...
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A Jem of A Horse
2nd Oct 2012   |   General   |   Faith forever
I will never forgive myself for selling her! I gave up way to easy! It's my fault that gorgeous Paint withered away! I also will never forgive her owners after me. They killed her and her foal. I feel that if I would have kept her we would have been best friends and been gallopin ...
This is not Goodbye - A Story of Horses Lost
11th Aug 2012   |   Horse Stories   |   My Paper Heart
As you guys have read recently, Snickers, Lena, and Dancer have been removed from Penny and I's life. I'm not sure if it's permanent, but I hope that it's not. I decided to write this because I think you guys need to know the truth about these beautiful horses. I know they have c ...
My Sweet Victory - Part 3
11th Apr 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   MySweetButterfly
I barely moved from my bed for the whole day. I felt terrible. I had killed my own trainer. I still couldn’t get over the thought that I’d never see him again. My mom had said that as I’d crashed into him, he’d been slammed against the wooden fence and had broken his spine. Withi ...
My Sweet Victory - Part 2
7th Apr 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   MySweetButterfly
Pride swelled through me as I gazed down at the gorgeous palomino colt, “Well done, girl,” I patted Penny’s neck. “What should we call her, eh?” my mom asked, smiling down at me. I thought for a second as I watched the colt struggle to his hooves, “Ace,” I muttered, it seemed to ...
Heaven's Destiny
18th Mar 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   My Paper Heart
I looked out into that big green field watching Piano and Arrow gallop across it. Their strong legs pumping with power, their manes flying in the blowing wind, and their whinnies filling my ears. I had a smile from ear to ear and I felt like nothing could ruin this day. As I sat ...
My Foal Thunder
7th Feb 2012   |   Horse Stories   |   Faith forever
It was 7AM May 29th 2011 on a Sunday. Thunder was born! I had gone to Florida for vacation and almost cryed when I left because I had to leave behind a beloved mare named Paint. She was pregnant with my dream horse. Paint was bred July 4th with a Stud named Thunder. Thunder was b ...
My First Love - An Appaloosa
30th Jan 2012   |   Horse Stories   |   Faith forever
Faith was my first love. Faith is a 3 year old appaloosa. I still remember the day I got her. It was August 15th and it was raining off and on. My uncle called a guy named Bruce. He had a little Appaloosa and a Barrel Racer that he might consider selling. When me and my cousin we ...
President Signed Bill To Allow Horse Slaughter in the US
4th Dec 2011   |   General   |   Madeirey
Horse slaughter, that is what I have been hearing much about these days. Ever since our (United States) President signed a bill to allow horse slaughter again in the USA. Many people think “It’s terrible and cruel!” and I can agree to that, but we must consider a couple of things ...
Meeting a Kentucky Derby Winner
16th Nov 2011   |   Shows and Events   |   mosquito
One of the benefits of being in a syndicate is the farm visits that the organizers arrange for their members. Out here in the Pacific Northwest, we don’t have many of the massive breeding farms that you find in Kentucky, but do have some hidden gems. One of these is Ben Root’s Oa ...
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Against All Odds - The Story of Bronze - Part 6
13th Oct 2011   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
He was nearly five years old now – a late age to geld – so he was left with the thick neck and muscular build of a stallion, which of course was delightful. He was always an eye-catching horse, and attracted attention wherever I took him. Many people stubbornly refused to believe ...
My Journey With Horses And Barrel Racing
4th Oct 2011   |   Horse Stories   |   BarrelRacersLove
My journey with my horses was a tough one. I would have never thought that I would be as far as I am today with horses. I have been around horses all my life, I grew up on a horse ranch, but I didn't always have the attachment to horses as I do now. From the ages four through sev ...
Against All Odds - The Story of Bronze - Part 2
16th Sep 2011   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
Suddenly, from amongst the herd of stallions, one came charging toward me. He was a huge, bright bay creature – standing at least a hand over any of the others, and double the size of most in bulk. He hardly seemed like a Thoroughbred at all. Seeing this tank of a horse bearin ...
Against All Odds - The Story of Bronze - Part 1
9th Sep 2011   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
So you all remember the stories of Polo, Choc and Finola, and I’m sure you’ve all been thinking "But what about Bronze? Doesn’t Bronze also deserve a story?" Yes, he does. This is a story I have been planning to write for well over a year – but I have been biding my time and w ...
Sealah - A Pegasus - Part 5 - The End
13th Aug 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   T W I
It was true. Her fuzzy coat, still damp from birth was a clear shade of dark bay, just like her sire's. Sealah suspected that as she grew up, her pelt would come to closely resemble his exact shade. She had a wild little mane, black as the night sky above her. Just like Kao. Thou ...
Dotty’s Story - Chapter Seventeen - The End
17th Jul 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
Dottie woke up to the trailer lurching to a stop. She tried to scramble to her feet, but her leg was throbbing, and she just didn’t have room. She could hear horses calling out, sounds that made her feel strangely cold. She could smell the horses, the dust, and a horrible mildew- ...
Five Reasons Not To Breed Your Mare
16th Jul 2011   |   General   |   mosquito
When you have a horse you love, and it’s a mare, it’s tempting to dream of the day when she could have a foal for you. But it’s a big decision to breed your own mare, and not one to be taken lightly, or just because you want a little ‘mini-me’ of your beloved mare. Here are a few ...
Jumpy Horse Version 2.3 Released - Enter The Wolves
14th Jul 2011   |   Equine Technology   |   PonyBox
Jumpy Horse is a horse game app developed by Internet Reshenia LLC for use on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The Jumpy Horse team has just release version 2.3, which includes a new foal and wolf game. ...
The Typical Arabian And Family
9th Jul 2011   |   Horse Stories   |   Bored Ride A Fjord
The day Jorge was born I was extremely happy. Not even a few days after his birth I was out at the barn just watching him lay next to his mommy. I thought he was the cutest foal in the world! Little did I know we would hate, well strongly dislike each other. When Jorge was abo ...
Owning A Racehorse May Be Closer Than You Think!
8th Jun 2011   |   General   |   mosquito
The racetrack is an amazing place – full of hope, energy, and dreams. As a child, my parents would take me to the tracks of Maryland and Delaware, and I’d be overwhelmed by all the colors, the beautiful horses, and the excitement of a race. I’d look enviously at the grooms, who I ...
Chasing the Carnations - Part 3
7th May 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   No Walkin Farms9
He led us to a paddock with a group of yearlings. He whistled and the four horses trotted over to us. Each had sleek Thoroughbred lines and showed good breeding. If John was purchasing one of these horses, I could forget about the horrible moniker. Mr. Crosby attached the lea ...
My Life Through Them
11th Apr 2011   |   Horse Stories   |   ImaCoolCowgirl
Three years ago I started public school, if it wasn’t for them I would have never made it through. Late last fall my parents were separated and I would have never made it through that period if I didn’t have them. These horses are my life, my love and my future. We have just join ...
Sealah - A Pegasus - Part 3
6th Apr 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   T W I
Sealah’s breathing was labored and she struggled to maintain her altitude. With each gasp of a breath that was expelled from her lungs she felt that she couldn’t go one flap further. But she did. Kaodran was right. I am in no condition for flying. But here she was, searching w ...
Park Saviors - Part Four
3rd Apr 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Stay Untamed
The stallion was stuck in a pasture with another horse, a black foal. The foal was lying on the ground but Alexa could tell she was in bad shape. Her bones were sticking out and her eyes were closed. Alexa hopped out of the golf cart and went into the pasture. She slowly walke ...
A Racing Shocker - $120 Bet Nets 10 Grand
21st Mar 2011   |   General   |   Wanderin Boy Memorial
Handicappers in horse racing can be right or they can be wrong. On March 12, 1988, a horse was born and after one big race this horse had handicappers questioning themselves and wondering “What did I miss?” This foal was Arcangues. I bet most people don’t know how to pronoun ...
Unique Equines
8th Mar 2011   |   General   |   Artista
While horses come in hundreds of colors, for the most part when you breed two horses together, if you have some basic genetic knowledge, you can figure out what color your foal is going to be, just by default. If you breed two buckskins together, you're probably going to get a b ...
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