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Among The Stars - Part 1 of 8
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As humans we love to look on the bright side, we love our silver linings and positive spins. We love to feel moved and inspired. Sorry, but I don’t have anything like that for you today. What I’m here to share with you i ...
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Who You Are - Part 2
14th Feb 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Breegirly
One Monday mom came running to me. I raised an eyebrow and she instantly spilled the beans. “So if I don’t race, we lose everything?” I asked. Mom nodded. I almost cried. I couldn’t do this, it was too soon. I ran to the feed room and sat down on Stride’s bucket. “Lettttt goo ...
Photoshop Position Changes: Editing The Angle Of The Head And Neck
14th Feb 2011   |   Graphics   |   T W I
Today we will be doing a minor position change with the cutout horse. If you are a beginning manipulator, I recommend that you skip this tutorial, as it will get complicated. Duplicate the horse layer and hide the lower layer by clicking the little eye button on the layer box ...
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My First Horse Show
18th Mar 2011   |   Shows and Events   |   Carpe Diem
They announced my name and number as second, and I trotted into the arena. I could feel Pepper's nerves through the saddle. I turned her to the first jump. About 5 strides away, she stopped and moved away. We did this a few more times, until the judge told me to ride to the other ...
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 ...
Searching for the Susan's - Part 3
22nd Feb 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   No Walkin Farms9
John located a trainer friend who let us use his computer to find Sandy's article online. It was just as bad as Greg had said. She started off by praising me in how well I'd done at the Derby with as little experience as I had. She then proceeded to make me out to be prima don ...
Who You Are - Part 4 - The End
27th Feb 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Breegirly
I spent the next few weeks of my life in a daze, I only talked to Big Brown and James and that was just in a text. Izzy’s words had shaken me to the point of breaking. Nothing could bring me down before that, she had, she had brought back memories of me losing all the time to her ...
My Boarding Facility - High Point Farm
28th Feb 2011   |   General   |   All That Jazz
I have recently started boarding my horse at a place called High Point Farm. It is a huge farm with an olympic size arena, a warm up arena, and an indoor arena. There are shows and clinics happening throughout the year at High Point for any horse and rider of any age and expe ...
The Life Of Sparta - Year Seven Through Eleven
1st Mar 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Thestral
The auction is where no horse should ever deserve to be. In the first six years of her life, she had learned that from experience. Twice. It was not pleasant in either situation. The first time she ended up with a crazy man who was extremely cruel to her. The second time she ...
How To Make A Horse Sales Video
3rd May 2011   |   General   |   Labyrinth
I work for a horse trainer, so I have seen the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to sale videos. A sales video should be very straight forward, but so many end up a mess. Here are some general guidelines so your sales video is getting a lot of views for the wrong reasons. ...
My Model Horse Tack Business - Part 2
10th Mar 2011   |   General   |   Whispyy
In my previous article I explained more about my model horse tack business, but I also wanted to share with you my riding experience, my goals and why I started my business. I ride mostly Western and a little English, but I hope to pursue English and jumping more in the future ...
My Life With Pop - Part 2
18th Mar 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Candy99
The barn owner said we made a good pair. I got off Pop and put the reins over his head, loosened his girth and fixed the stirrups. I lead him back to the cross-ties and took the saddle, pads and bridle off and put the pads on the fence to dry. I then took Pop down to the wash off ...
Top Five Things Your Boarding Stable Manager Wants You To Know
19th Mar 2011   |   General   |   mosquito
I’ve spent far too many years working on and running stables with boarders. On the one hand, it’s a great job – you get to meet lots of people and handle lots of different types of horses – but on the other it can feel like everyone wants everything right now, and there are never ...
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 ...
Rein For Christmas
22nd Mar 2011   |   General   |   HarleyPeach1
At the age of seven I started volunteering at Elliott Acres Therapeutic Riding Center. I would go on Wednesday and Saturdays from 8AM to 8PM. Elliott Acres is a therapeutic riding center where we had about 20 riders. There are riders from ages two years old and even a couple in t ...
Controversial Sport Horse Training Practices
31st Mar 2011   |   Horse Training   |   Labyrinth
Every equestrian discipline has a bad seed, or a group of bad seeds, within the majority which practice any particular discipline. The Saddle Seat horses get a bad name for their rubbers and their chains, the western Quarter horses get a bad name for their practices of attaining ...
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 ...
Adding Appaloosa Markings to a Horse Graphic
8th Apr 2011   |   Graphics   |   T W I
Choose two horses from a stock site, such as DeviantArt. One of them will be the subject to which we will be adding the markings. Position and color are not important, so choose whatever horse catches your fancy. The other horse should be an Appaloosa, from which we are taking th ...
How To Edit A Horses Hue And Lighting
14th Apr 2011   |   Graphics   |   T W I
Once you have pasted your cutout horse onto the new background, it’s time to work on the horse’s lighting! Knowing whether to lighten or darken, add a tinge of green or a hint of red all comes with experience. If you are new to photomanipulation, I recommend taking a look some ...
My First USEA Horse Show
30th May 2011   |   Shows and Events   |   Madeirey
James came up to me and said “OK, I want you to keep your eyes up, sit up, and put your leg on all the way to the jumps. If she doesn’t listen to your leg the first time go right to your stick and give her a tap. If she doesn’t listen to that give her a smack and growl at her.” I ...
Dotty’s Story – Chapter Thirteen
1st May 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
Every step Dotty took stung her shins, and she felt a burning pain in the back of her pasterns. For some reason, the dirt of the track seemed both hard and deep at the same time. Each step seemed to echo up her legs, but she struggled to lift her feet out of the sand. Her shoulde ...
The Lowdown On Buying Horse Insurance
13th May 2011   |   General   |   mosquito
I have mentioned horse insurance in a few other articles, and frankly I’m a fan. I have always insured my horses, and I have always been glad I did. Insurance can take away the worry of unexpected vet bills, or the risk of making an unpleasant decision on the basis of money. I ...
The Basics Of Polocrosse
16th May 2011   |   General   |   Minnie
The sport of polocrosse is an interesting and thrilling combination of the Native American game of lacrosse and the sport of horseback riding. Polocrosse originated in Persia hundreds of years ago, but the modern form of the sport was created in the 1930s in Australia. Today, ...
Video: Talking Cat Turf War
18th May 2011   |   General   |   PonyBox
A neighborhood border dispute turns ugly between these two cats. Yet another funny talking cat video. ...
Website Tracks Spread of EHV Virus
22nd May 2011   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Artista was developed to help you track the spread of the deadly EHV-1 virus. Launched by member, Artista, we hope mediMAP can help people keep track of the virus in real time, mediMAP is free to use, and has no sign up requirement. You give only the informa ...
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Hurricane Preparedness for Horses
29th Aug 2011   |   Care and Grooming   |   FloridaCowgirl
This isn't the typical review that you're used to seeing from me, but given the fact that we're right in the middle of storm season, it seems more relevant than some of the other topics that were in the hopper. Horse owners have a special responsibility because unlike cats and do ...
Dotty Drawing Contest
30th Jul 2011   |   Ponybox News   |   PonyBox
Last week Ponybox contributor Mosquito submitted the final chapter of Dotty's Story. We received a lot of good feedback on the story and were relieved to find out she finally made it home. With so many fans of Dotty we decided to go forward with releasing her story for others to ...
Dotty’s Story – Chapter Sixteen
2nd Jul 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
The days went by in a blur. Dotty felt sleepy most days, her head heavy with medications and exhaustion. Despite everything, her leg still hurt, and she seldom left her stall. Katie would come by several times a day, remove the bandage, hose and treat her leg, and wrap it up agai ...
Pony Sim Online Horse Game Preview
5th Jul 2011   |   Product Reviews   |   Equine Exposure1
Ever dreamed of owning your own horse, competing in world class shows or becoming an Olympic Champion? Now that dream can become real on a new online game called Pony. Pony is a small equine simulation site with a great community where everyone knows each other, but is always ...
Photoshop - Blending Horse Hooves In Water - Part 1
12th Jul 2011   |   Graphics   |   T W I
To give the impression that the horse is indeed standing in the water as oppose to on top of it, use a hard eraser tool to erase as much of the leg as you think would be realistically covered by water, depending on the depth of the body of water your horse will be standing in. St ...
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 ...
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