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Perfection has its flaws - The story of Polo
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This is the story of my horse, Polo. Yet it is not only about Polo, because you see her story is my story. In this day and age we often see things that have come to be known as 'fursonas', virtual creatures that Internet ...
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Who You Are - Part 3
21st Feb 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Breegirly
I unloaded the horse first Tessa, next Biggie and then Ally. I tacked up Biggie looking her in the eyes and saying “Biggalow, I love you, you gotta win, okay? Shake your head if you understand.” At this point she threw her head up and down, knowing that this was only a trial race ...
Who You Are - Part 1
11th Feb 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Breegirly
Something was wrong, Stride was falling, slipping from under me, my horse was going down, and I knew I was going down with this ship. The dirt was cool on my face, but rough as a slid, I knew Stride was gone, and I knew these were my last thoughts, I muttered a quick prayer to Go ...
Trick Training - Teach Your Horse to Bow Among The Stars - Part 4 of 8 Retraining a Racehorse – Moonfire – First Show Of The Year May 16 2010 Showing Championships
 
Sealah - A Pegasus - Part 2
3rd Feb 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   T W I
The scene before her told the story, as plain as if it had been put to writing. A small pool of blood shimmered in the moonlight next to her muzzle. The grass was trampled and torn, with crimson droplets of blood scattered everywhere. In the midst of it lay Sealah, stunned by the ...
The Unwanted
30th Jan 2011   |   General   |   Barbwire Stables
With the closing of the Slaughterhouses in 2007 many say that it is one of the best things that could have happened while others claim that it has caused a serious rise in the number of unwanted, abused and neglected horses, as well as the drop in horse prices in the United State ...
Horse Saga Update – Plant Slows Down Horse Growth
17th Jan 2011   |   General   |   PonyBox
Horse Saga, the popular Facebook horse care RPG game, announced Friday the addition of a plant that will make your foal have a longer childhood. The plant is named the “Wunderkind Plant,” and it’s a welcome addition to the game for all those who want to see their foals growing ...
Sealah - A Pegasus - Part 1
17th Jan 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   T W I
The autumn sun illuminated Southeastern Tarlea, casting the warm golden light of evening over the picturesque land. Wild game roamed freely and the soil was rich and black. It was a beautiful world, Tarlea, natural home of the Pegasi and the only world men knew ...
The Life Of Sparta - Year Two
5th Jan 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Thestral
Sparta stood head to tail with Cheeko, her pasture buddy in the light shower of late April. Sparta, now a yearling, was watching the other colts and fillies racing around their paddocks, and saw her mother caressing her new foal. It was bigger than Sparta, she had been a runt. ...
The Life Of Sparta - Year One
1st Jan 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Thestral
Two small amber eyes opened as the small foal took her first breath, her first sights, and smells, and tastes of her life. She was weak, but then again, all foals were weak after they were born. It was natural. She would get up within the hour to have her first meal. The litt ...
Up For Another Type Of Horse Sim Game?
28th Dec 2010   |   General   |   PonyBox
MyStable is a free horse sim game that allows you to breed, trap, train, show and care for horses. There are 300+ researched breeds, which you can use to create over 1000 crossbreeds in your own breeding pasture, or you can breed your mare with another player’s stallion. The game ...
Jello's Story - Part 2 The Foal
20th Dec 2010   |   Horse Fiction   |   Velski
The next day Jello and the others woke up. Snare trotted around the herd, making sure everyone was okay and had made it through the night. Clarinet stood next to Jello, and Jello stood next to Trumpet. A young dapple gray filly leaped up, just missing Jello’s nose. Jello smiled a ...
Miles Is Gone But Not Forgotten
20th Dec 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Run Free
Miles was a 12.2hh, black, mixed breed pony at my current riding stables, Loisin. He sadly died November 25th 2010 due to a bad cough and extreme cold. Miles's nickname was 'The Woodpecker' because he used to eat the fence on the outdoor arena. He was a fabulous jumper and lov ...
A Love Story Of A Girl And Her Horse
9th Dec 2010   |   Horse Fiction   |   Ponyissie
At the age of 14 I finally got my first horse. She was a beautiful mare called Stained Gold, I called her Gold for short. She was a gorgeous 14.3hh, palomino Quarter horse and had a heart of gold, hence the name Gold. One day we went riding in the forest and I rode Gold, nobody w ...
My Name is Azulene
6th Dec 2010   |   Horse Fiction   |   calypsogirl94
Suddenly a rope flew out from the bushes and settled on her neck. She jerked back and let out a piercing neigh, the signal for danger. A man on a pale gray horse jumped from behind the bushes, the rope tied to his saddle horn. Azulene reared and kicked, but still he held her capt ...
Struggle And Defeat - Mohani's Story Comes To An End
29th Nov 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Seri
He had been racing Warped Joys along the fence line when he slipped, fell and caught his leg around one of the posts. His right-fore had broken twice and his shoulder socket was shattered. I was forced to choose between a costly surgery that he might not survive, or euthanizing h ...
Esparanza's Story
22nd Nov 2010   |   Horse Fiction   |   T E M P E S T
The next morning I roused Spirit and decided to return to the herd that day, especially after the wolf incident the night before. I went slowly so Spirit could keep up. Staying by the forest for cover, I was anxios to get back to the herd and Emporer’s protection. I could smell m ...
Wild Roots - Part 1
17th Nov 2010   |   Horse Fiction   |   Savveh
Flea circled the area, the small mare's barrel sagging dangerously, heavy with a foal. She was chalk white other then some small freckle like spots that dappled her body. She was the oldest mare in the herd, her temper gone sour after years of putting young cocky horses in their ...
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 ...
Prairie Sky
3rd Nov 2010   |   Horse Fiction   |   Hypnotic Equus
Wyatt flinched as he heard the filly’s hooves clatter against the sides of the trailer. A second later, he heard her fall down hard. He shook his head. This wasn’t good. A filly who couldn’t stand was dead. When he heard her stop kicking, he was alarmed. Had she been hurt in the ...
The Five Dollar Horse In The Shed
31st Oct 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Seri
This past spring my mare Silver and I entered a show jumping competition. We were approaching a large double oxer in the jump-offs when disaster struck. Somehow Silver got her back legs tangled in the fencing and the moment of that wonderful feeling of weightlessness that accompa ...
The Story of a Foal Named Rain
19th Oct 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Live Life
When he was 3 months old he was forced onto a trailer. This trailer took him to an auction for emaciated horses. He was the only foal there. If he wasn't bought, he would be transported to a slaughter house. Fortunently, the current owners of Rain were there, not planning to buy ...
Saying Goodbye to Music
28th Sep 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Dry Music
You were the most fun and best teacher for me, you said it was ok when we needed to calm down, you would put your head and neck over us and say your safe with me. Oh music your 5 fillies, they were so successful. Skeeter and I are going to make sure that we become champions in ha ...
Stubborn Love - Story of a Special Caspian Pony
25th Sep 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   TheLloyd
Shanaz was born in France many, many years before me. He was raised completely by man for one reason or another, which still reflects in the horse he is today. Pictures of him being fed with a bottle in someone's kitchen makes me laugh even now, since he is the only of our horses ...
Satin Was His Name
19th Sep 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   TheLloyd
There is still that other horse out there, calling for you and knowing you are the one. And I also see how much it can heal to find that horse, if you are so lucky. Though ears were the beginning, and one rotten person the end, there's always a second beginning. ...
Ella Dies at the Age of 30 from Mouth Tumor
17th Sep 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   solo25
Ella (Arabella), the oldest foal of Marrieter, who had 3 Arab foals at Contessa Riding Centre, was put to sleep at the age of 30. Ella tryed to eat some hay earlier today but blood just ended up on it. She had a big lumb in her mouth that we all hoped was nothing, but sadly it wa ...
The Welshes of Wales
10th Sep 2010   |   General   |   CDS Horses
Here in Wales, temperatures can get down to minus 3 degrees celcius (28-45 Fahrenheit) in winter and that day, although it wasn't as low as minuses in temperature, surely wasn’t warm either. They live on rather poor grazing, and believe it or not, the Welsh Mountain Ponies are no ...
A Horse of a Different Color - Tutorial
7th Sep 2010   |   General   |   mosquito
There’s been quite a lot of discussion about colors of horses, so I thought we could have a few articles on why horses look the colors they do, and how horse colors work. It’s complicated, but I’ll try to keep it simple, and I’m pretty sure you’ll start looking at horses a littl ...
How Well Do You Know Your Horse?
31st Aug 2010   |   Care and Grooming   |   mosquito
Do you know your horse’s normal temperature, heart rate, and respiration rate? Do you know how to check them? Do you know all your horse’s normal bumps and lumps, so you know when there is a new one? Knowing what’s ‘normal’ for your horse, and keeping a record of your horse’s he ...
A Legend Retires - The Great Grated Cocount
15th Aug 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   mosquito
Whatever you think about rodeo, a great horse deserves to be remembered. A good bucking horse is a real athlete, and sometimes one comes along that is so spectacular that it captures the hearts of cowboys and non-rodeo fans alike. One of these horses is Grated Coconut, who was ...
What Really Makes a Medicine Hat Horse?
4th Aug 2010   |   General   |   mosquito
The myth and mystery of the Medicine Hat horse goes back many, many years. The Medicine Hat horse is a special animal, supposed to have special powers, and is very rare. They have been immortalized in stories like in Marguerite Henry’s book ‘San Domingo’, which was also honore ...
Alpha Equine Breeding Facility
22nd Jul 2010   |   General   |   MoMoz
Last week I had the opportunity to visit the top-notch breeding center where my instructor’s daughter works and I was amazed with what I saw and learned during our tour. Alpha Equine, located in Granbury, Texas is the home to nine champion cutting horse stallions. These nine ...
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