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Some of you might remember that about 8 years ago I created a series on Ponybox documenting my progress in retraining a young Thoroughbred racehorse, Moonfire, for his eventing career. Those of you who continued to follo ...
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15 Things I Have Learned From Being an Equestrian
28th Jan 2014   |   General   |   Vaulter101
I have been around horses and horse people for quite some time, and have decided to share some observations I've had made. Here are the top 15 things I have learned from being an equestrian. ...
Top Two Horse Rescue Stories on PonyBox
20th Feb 2014   |   Horse Stories   |   PonyBox
Ask any horse owner and they can most likely recite in detail a story of an abused or malnourished horse. Over the years many of these stories have been shared on PonyBox. In most cases, the horse is rehabilitated and regains a sustainable quality of life. However, some are rescu ...
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The Impossible - The Story of Choc - Part 4
10th Mar 2014   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
The next few weeks of her recovery were full of ups and downs. The wound would begin to heal, and then infection would set in again, and once more I’d have to wait, scared to death, while they tested to see if it was in the joint. And so it went on, for months on end, with Choc w ...
Illinois State Junior Horse Show
14th Mar 2014   |   Shows and Events   |   Uphill Climb
For almost three years I leased a mare named Queenie. Recently, Queenie and I competed at the Illinois State Junior Horse Show in a few different classes. Our first class was Hunter Horse Over Fences and it was not very pretty at all. The course consisted of 2'9 to 3' jumps, but ...
Mean Girls at the Stable - The Making of a Mean Girl
15th Mar 2014   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
When my daughter and I first met Jessica, she was quite a normal little horse crazy girl. Actually, horse crazy doesn't quite describe the enormity of her love for horses. So when she joined the Pony Club my daughter belonged to, and started taking riding lessons, she seemed as h ...
Why I'm Jealous of My Horse
25th Mar 2014   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
I don't like to complain, but there are a few things that make me jealous of my horse. I probably wouldn't want to be a horse, but if I were, these things would make me happy. I'll admit I have accumulated a lot of shoes over the years. However, I certainly don't get footwear ...
Equestrian Knowledge Newsletter (issue #1)
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Biography of the Month
10th Dec 2009   |   Horse Stories   |   mosquito
Losing a Friend - Tribute to Bugaboo
2nd Mar 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Wanderin Boy Memorial
It was about 3 years ago when I first laid eyes on him. He was a little grey Welsh Pony with big brown eyes. He had arrived at the farm that I ride at with two other horses. They all came from the same farm. I didn’t know it then but this little pony would be a big part of my ...
Digital Art For Beginners - Getting Started
11th Mar 2010   |   Graphics   |   T W I
Welcome to my first lesson in digital art! Today we are going to work on the basics of digital art as well as getting started in our painting. First of all, a digital painting and a lineart are completely different things. A lineart is where you take a brush and draw the outli ...
Adopting a Rescue Horse - The Road to Recovery
17th Mar 2010   |   General   |   Bright Horizon
Adopting a rescue horse is a wonderful, noble thing to do, but a rescue's road to recovery is not always easy. Before taking in a rescue horse, prepare yourself. You will need more resources for a rescue than for a regular horse. This horse will need more food, training, and t ...
Taking Care of Your Horses Back
18th Mar 2010   |   Horse Training   |   mosquito
‘No foot no horse’ – that’s true, but ‘no back, no riding’. If your horse suddenly nips when you put the saddle on, starts bucking, or hunching its back when you get on, then there may be a problem with its back, and even minor back pain can make your horse irritable and not abl ...
Suffolk Punch
18th Apr 2010   |   General   |   Fantasy Farms
The Suffolk Punch is the rarest and one of the oldest heavy breeds in the world. It is called the Suffolk Punch because of its body type. It is a “punchy” type of horse that is short-legged and barrel-bodied. ...
What is Thrush?
14th Jun 2010   |   Care and Grooming   |   Fantasy Farms
Thrush is a bacteria found in a horses hoof. When moisture is present, it creates a fungal infection that eats away the horses frog. It can survive without oxygen and loves moisture. Thrush is most common in the northeast or where there is lots of moisture. If you have ever picke ...
The Perfect Horse for You
22nd Apr 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Bright Horizon
All of us have dreamed of the same horse. We've wished for that beautiful, angelic horse that comes running when you call. It is perfectly conformed with no bad habits, and never spooks. It doesn't look the same to all of us, or have the same skills, but we all see it. ...
Hawaii 2010
23rd May 2010   |   General   |   PonyBox
I have been receiving a lot of messages the past few days for more pictures from my recent trip to Oahu, Hawaii. The trip was all business so I didn't have much time for anything else, but I did manage to snap a few shots of the scenery around the hotel. ...
Bonding with Wild Animals
16th Jun 2010   |   General   |   Seri
Have you ever felt the bond between yourself and a wild animal? This past summer I had the privilege of experiencing such a bond between myself and not only one wild animal but with eighteen wild animals!! During the summer I stay at our beach trailer for much of the time and ...
Bathing A Horse
30th May 2010   |   Care and Grooming   |   Fantasy Farms
Whether you are getting ready to go to a horse show or your horse is just plain dirty, a bath can solve that. Before you start to bathe your horse, you should give your horse a good brushing. Start with a curry comb to get all the dirt out from your horses coat. Go in a circul ...
Kissing Spine - Could This be Troubling Your Horse [Video]
18th Jul 2010   |   Care and Grooming   |   mosquito
Back problems are often one of the most common causes of poor performance and disobedience in horses, yet all too often they go undiagnosed and untreated. Kissing spine sounds weird, but it’s one of the more common conditions that can cause an otherwise great horse to turn uncoo ... Outtie Vs. Blackie Singing Competition
13th Jun 2010   |   General   |   PonyBox
This is a continuation of the Outtie versus Blackie saga. This time they show their talents in singing. Leave your comments on this challenge and let us know what you think! ...
When the Wrong Pony is Right
25th Sep 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   mosquito
I’ve written a few articles for Ponybox, but I haven’t sent in any stories about the special horses in my life. There have a been a lot of horses that I’ve owned, trained, ridden or just cared for, but there are a special few who have really made a mark on my life. This article ...
Schooling Show
5th Aug 2010   |   Shows and Events   |   Wanderin Boy Memorial
I had my first horse show in five years on Sunday, August 1. I did the 2 foot hunter courses with Chili. It was my first time showing 2 foot. Chili was the only pony out of the 9 people that were in my classes ...
Sweet Boy Buddy
3rd Aug 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Sylly
I will never forget the first time I saw that crazy, poorly grommed, skinny arabian. He looked as if he was 30, but he still had light in his eyes and fire in his heart. This is the story, of my horse buddy. I started taking lessons at Routh Ranch in the winter of 2006. I too ...
The Saving of Argus - Kept in Pen for 16 Years
17th Sep 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Llama In A Box
This is the story of Argus, the 16 year old thoroughbred gelding who was kept in the same pen for 16 years. The major question that Katie Moor, the foster carer for Argus, was asking was, "How do you rehabilitate a horse that has barely moved for 16 years?" ...
Hunter Creek Horse Show - Part 1
10th Oct 2010   |   Shows and Events   |   Pintie
Yesterday, I had a blast at the Hunter Creek Horse Show. I had to wake up at 530AM, but it was completely worth it. I was showing Dylan, my trainers pony that she is trying to sell, in cross poles, since he is green over jumps. There was only one other girl in the arena with me, ...
Hunter Creek Show - Part 2
14th Oct 2010   |   Shows and Events   |   Pintie
After riding Dylan, I got to get on Chip to do Short Stirrup and Starting Hunter. At first, we started out pretty rough. The speaker was crackling and Chip spooked at it and ended up galloping around the arena at one point. Then, after finishing up cantering, a pony in front of h ...
Bigpoint Set To Release Horse Farm Sim Game
9th Dec 2010   |   Equine Technology   |   DejaVu
Bigpoint Inc. is set to release a free horse browser game at The release date for this game is stated as November 2010, but at the moment Ponyrama is not open for players. According to the main page, the game will have four language options: German, French, British, ...
Hooves Over My Heart
16th Dec 2010   |   Horse Fiction   |   Briseno TBs
I have always longed to jump onto a wild horse’s broad back, then run my fingers through his coarse hair twirling it into little ringlets then letting go and watching it fall apart. Then I’d bury my hands once more and snap my heels against his side urging him forward, the wind c ...
Family Farm Complete Horse Feed Recall
30th Jan 2011   |   Care and Grooming   |   Tsukikochan
Manna Pro, a feed manufacturer has recalled a single lot of their feed, Family Farm Complete Horse 10 horse feed. The feed contains monensin sodium, which is approved for some livestock and poultry, but can be fatal to equines when fed in large doses. The Feed was distributed ...
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