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For many people all over the world, the Easter weekend is a very happy time – full of love, life and family. However, for a select few South African horses, the Easter weekend has become a fearful time of danger, pain an ...
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The Weaning Debate - How Do You Separate Mares from Foals?
6th Jul 2010   |   Care and Grooming   |   mosquito
Every horse was once a foal, stuck like glue to its mother’s side. Yet every horse, sooner or later, has to break that bond and grow up, to become an independent horse. Even in the wild, mares have to push their foals away so they can raise the next foal. For breeders of domes ...
An Impressive Legacy
16th Jun 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   mosquito
Sometimes a horse is truly special, and it makes a mark on its breed that will last for generations – names like Bold Ruler, Abercrombie, Prince Plaudit, Bask…every breed has one. But sometimes the mark these horses make comes with a curse. Impressive was an appendix Quarter ...
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Model Horse Breeding -
11th Jun 2010   |   General   |   PonyBox
This is for all these people who want to get involved in the model horse world. Model horse breeding is not always about creating a new horse and it is sometimes referred to as Pedigree Assignment (PA). The owner of the mare when you buy a foal can choose either a model horse to ...
Horse Coat Colors
21st May 2010   |   General   |   Moody Farms
All horse colors start with only two base colors, Black represented by (E) and chestnut by (e). A horse that is (EE) will be homozygous black. A horse that is (Ee) will be heterozygous black. (ee) is always chestnut. What this all means is that parents that are (EE) and (EE) wi ...
Do You Know How To Tell If Your Horse is Sick
20th May 2010   |   Care and Grooming   |   Minnie
When you’re around horses, it’s important to know how to tell when something is wrong. However, a lot of horse people don’t know the signs of sickness or health. One of the ways to determine if your horse is feeling ill or is in pain is a check of their vital signs. The horse’s v ...
A New World Record - Smallest horse
29th Apr 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   GreenClif Acres
On April 23 2010, on a miniature horse farm in New Hampshire, an even smaller than normal colt was born. Unsure if he was alive at first, his owner Judy rubbed him with a towel, at which point, he began to move. At birth, he weighed 6 pounds and was 14 inches tall. The pinto colo ...
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A Hidden Disease - Equine Ulcers
27th Apr 2010   |   General   |   mosquito
Most horse owners are familiar with how to feed safely – not feeding right before or after a ride, maintaining good feed hygiene, and making sure their horse always has fresh water. ...
Riding My First Horse
24th Apr 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Katie Cullen
I knew that if he could survive traveling 1000 miles packed into my trailer with 100 other PMU babies who were three times his size, he was meant to be yours. ...
News at My Local Riding School
23rd Apr 2010   |   General   |   vinnirocks
This is some basic news that's happening at my local riding school, Bentley riding school. ...
You Got Your Horse What Are You Going To Do
5th Apr 2010   |   Ponybox News   |   Falling Up
So you now have your own horse, right? Do you ride in any special classes? With friends on a trail? Take lessons? How about you try something new? 4-H! ...
When it Just Clicks
1st Apr 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Beeswax Crusade
I’m sure we’ve all read at least one of those stories. The poor little farm girl sees the foal, their eyes meet, their hearts beat in sync, and they have an inseparable bond forevermore. Everybody’s dream is to have a story like that. ...
Lethal White Syndrome - Could Your Foal Be Next
1st Apr 2010   |   General   |   Harmony Farm
given to us by a very kind gentleman and he insisted on breeding her to an Overo stud he liked, we had no idea about LWS and agreed to do so. This little mare has had 5 foals already and this will be her 6th we are very afraid this could be the one with LWS, and her percentage ra ...
The Joy of Foals
15th Mar 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   BlackHeart
I will never forget the day my Miniature mare Chardonnay had her first foal. It was a Sunday morning around 10:00 am. My family was just sitting down for brunch when my brother (A non-horse person) came into the house stating "Mom, Your horse is laying on the ground with her leg ...
Just a Heart Beat Away
8th Mar 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Chris Antley Memorial
It was this young Thoroughbred's heart that brought him first at the finish line of two of America's cherished races. His victories brought joy to the hearts of his jockey and trainer. This horse was Claiborne Farm's horse and they loved him. Not only for what he had done, bu ...
Was the Greatest Racehorse a Gelding
8th Feb 2010   |   Shows and Events   |   mosquito
Since we recently had a story about Man O’War, I thought this month’s biography should take at look at what may have been his greatest descendant – his great grandson Kelso. Born in 1957, Kelso didn’t have the looks of his great grandfather, but he sure had his speed. ...
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RIP Blue Hors Matiné
29th Jan 2010   |   Dressage   |   Acorn Acres
On the 25th of January, Matiné had been turned out with her pasture mate Blue Hors Cavan, for just a few hours, as per usual. It was discovered by a passer-by that there was something "seriously wrong" with Matiné, who went ahead to inform staff of Blue Hors stud. ...
The Best Since Man O'War
22nd Jan 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Hopeful Haven
How To Fill Out A Dressage Entry Form
31st Dec 2009   |   Dressage   |   EquestrianLady
Once you’ve decided on a competition and the level of dressage test you want to ride, you need to send in your entry. A late, incomplete or hard-to-read form risks being rejected, so it’s worth taking the time to do this properly. ...
The Horse That Inspired Me
19th Dec 2009   |   Horse Stories   |   Valkyrie
This isn't an article brimming with a factfile about this phenomenal horse, though I will include some quick info, this is an article about how she has touched my life. You see, I love racehorses. When I was little I wanted to be a jockey, but I got too tall. Now I want to own ...
Small in Stature, Big in Heart
25th Nov 2009   |   General   |   Valkyrie
I know alot of you ride, or are even lucky enough to own your own horse to ride whenever you please. I myself haven't ridden since I went on a horse-trek nearly four years ago, two years after I sold my second pony. But thankfully, I've been lucky enough to own three gorgeous min ...
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