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Escape - Attacked While Riding Alone
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The man started groping in my pocket than, and I soon found myself screaming hysterically at him that I didn’t have anything for him. He motioned for me to be quiet, and though I knew it was useless, I yelled at him to l ...
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Horse Racing Isn't Evil or Cruel
22nd Jul 2010   |   General   |   Savveh
This is going to make a lot of people mad, but horse racing isn't cruel. I have met many racehorses, a man named Mark who works at a bank with my grandpa races Thoroughbreds at a local track, and the horses at his farm are very happy. They enjoy racing each other in the paddock, ...
One Sunday Morning - A Horse Colic Story
7th Oct 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   L u n a r
I led the two in at the same time, one on my left and the other on my right. Moose was walking particularly slow. But I just figured he was tired from the night out. we got near the barn door when Dollar spooked and side stepped out of my loose grasp. He just wandered two feet an ...
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Sand Colic
11th Sep 2010   |   Care and Grooming   |   Polo the Weirdo
What is an impaction, you ask? Well, I suppose it could be compared to human constipation. The horse has a blockage in its intestine, so it cannot pass any droppings or gas from the other side of that blockage. A horse being allowed to consume foreign objects, such as baling twin ...
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Keela - A Pegasus - Part 2
6th Oct 2010   |   Horse Fiction   |   T W I
I lay on the mossy ground next to a small pool of deep green water, letting my tired body relax. My dark wings were spread on either side of me, extended to their full twenty-five foot wing span. It had been a tiring day, emotionally as well a physically and I was glad for a chan ...
My Dead Horse Visited Me Last Night
11th Dec 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Miss Mustang
It was around nine at night and I just really wanted to see Rebel, but that was impossible so I cycled down to my livery yard and sat down in Rebels Stable. Just weeping and weeping untill it hurt to open my eyes. I sat there silently until I heard a crash and saw a white flash e ...
Writing Great Articles for Ponybox! Part One – How To Get Started
24th Oct 2010   |   General   |   mosquito
I often read on the ‘walls’ or the forum that people are still having trouble getting their article published. Usually it’s because some simple rules haven’t been followed – proofreading, original writing, correct images, and so on. But even when those rules are followed, there’s ...
The Story of Lily
7th Sep 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Sundancer
I had given up on riding pretty much for good because I didn't like people yelling at me and telling me what to do. Pretty stupid move, huh? Well things were about to change dramatically for me. We were moving to a new barn because we wanted a barn that didn't place a priority wi ...
The Life Of A Cowboy - Is It The Right Job For You?
14th Oct 2010   |   General   |   Eire
Being a range cowboy is something that is both mentally and physically tough. From the unbroken bronc in your string to that cow that just keeps making its way out of the herd, this is a very hard profession, and one that doesn't tolerate foolishness. You live off the land, get u ...
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How To Pick A Prospect Horse
15th Sep 2010   |   General   |   Fantasy Farms
Champions tend to be naturals. They have a natural talent. Your job as a trainer or a coach is to find that horse. Even though you can’t ride a one or a two year old, you can learn a lot by just watching. An example would be a herd of one year olds running around in a pasture. Th ...
Getting to Grips with Gaits
21st Sep 2010   |   General   |   mosquito
For a horse to be called gaited, basically it has to have an extra gait – and this gait is almost always some form of the ‘amble’. The amble is a four beat gait, but unlike the four beat gait of the gallop, in the amble three feet are on the ground at all times, with only one fo ...
Free Ad Friday - Dreamhorse.com
26th Aug 2010   |   Ponybox News   |   Fantasy Farms
Are you looking to buy or sell a horse? If so, dreamhorse.com is your website! Dreamhorse.com is a website that was created to buy or sell horses. When you first go to dreamhorse.com you will see many buttons. The first thing that stands out is the spotlight ad. The spotlight ad ...
The Wild Mare
21st Jan 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Stay Untamed
When she saw the horse she knew it was going to be hers. She didn't know how and didn't know why, but she just knew. The horse was all black with haunting blue eyes and a spirit to match. She was a mare that was untamed. No one could control her, she did what she wanted. When Kat ...
The Other Half of My Heart - Part 2
10th Oct 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   RemRu
We took off, heading for the park again as we crossed the road. A car slid to a stop, the tires screeching, and he tried to take off running. I quickly pulled him into a tight circle, which immediatley calmed him down. He let out a sigh, and we finished crossing the street, catch ...
Why the Heels?
23rd Sep 2010   |   Dressage   |   Fox Crest Stables
When you lengthen your leg you bring your center of balance down into your hips and down through your legs allowing your upper body to move freely. When riding Dressage you work with a long, free moving leg. You're hips are rocked back and you're sitting back slightly bringing al ...
How to Comment on a Ponybox News Article
22nd Sep 2010   |   General   |   Polo the Weirdo
In this article, I shall be teaching you how to comment on a Ponybox.com news article in accordance to Jeff’s new commenting policy. As you all know, independent thinking is no longer allowed on Ponybox, and is considered to be unacceptable behavior! Here are a few hints and guid ...
Horse Training - The Trail Class
24th Sep 2010   |   Horse Training   |   Fantasy Farms
The mailbox is a popular obstacle. Get close enough to the mailbox to reach over to open it. Then reach inside to see if there is a piece of paper or “mail”. Be sure to read it as sometimes there is a message on it. If not then rub it on your horses neck and hindquarter to show t ...
The Other Half of My Heart - Part 1
4th Oct 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   RemRu
"What's wrong with him?" I asked, curious why such a gorgeous horse had such a bad attitude. "Well...." Lisa began. "He used to be a great show horse, he won loads of prizes and was treated like a million dollar horse. A year ago or so, his owner's daughter was out here. She deci ...
Nightmare Night - Coyotes Attack My Horses
7th Oct 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Finally There
I awoke to sound that chilled me to the bones. Coyotes. The deathly howl that sounded made me jump up out of bed and run down the hall to my dad's room. Before I got there a deafening scream filled the air. The horses! We had left them out that night because the next day it was s ...
Cool Horse and Equestrian Products
15th Oct 2010   |   Product Reviews   |   Fantasy Farms
These are by far my favorite bell boots. I love the fact that they won’t turn around when they are on your horse. They have knobs on the inside of the bell boot to prevent them from turning. They are stain and water-resistant. I have had my pair of these bell boots for over a yea ...
My $600 Problem Horse
11th Oct 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   RissaLovesBlue
I have been riding for 14 years and never had a horse scare me as bad. He continuously backed up and would refuse to walk forward. If I gave him a kick to go forward he reared up and bucked like a bronco. This happened over a course of 4 days, so I called his old owner and asked ...
They Looked Up To Me
12th Oct 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Bored Ride A Fjord
When I was little I would always go to horse shows and watch all the "big kids" do whatever they did on there pretty horses. Each time I would find that one horse that I would cheer for until I couldn't cheer no more! I never thought that one day I would be the one in the ring wi ...
Top Online Horse Sim Games by Page Views
8th Dec 2010   |   General   |   DejaVu
Ever wanted to know how many daily page views your favorite horse sim game is receiving? Ponybox recently did some investigating and ranked the top online horse sim games by page views. Howrse.com took 1st place, a 3 million Euro investment buys you a lot of page views. ...
A Little Girls Life with Horses
17th Oct 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   JennyLynSrpris
I didn't think I could find any other horse that I could love just as much as I loved her. But six months later I found one. Flickas daughter Whoopi. Whoopi was known to everyone as the "brat", and I was going to change that, or at least I thought I was. I thought of her as the p ...
World Equestrian Games Cross Country and Stadium Jumping
21st Oct 2010   |   Shows and Events   |   Purple BITS
I recently went to the World Equestrian Games Cross Country and Stadium Jumping. The thrill of watching the cross country was amazing! You could hear the horses hooves and sometimes you could almost touch them. They were flying! I saw Karen 'O Conner who was AMAZING! I also say ...
The Elusive Nature of the Half Halt
19th Oct 2010   |   Horse Training   |   Polo the Weirdo
The half halt - every rider's best friend - also happens to be an annoyingly elusive tactic that at first seems near impossible to grasp and is often near impossible to explain. If you are like me, you will have been told many a time to 'half halt'. When I was given this comma ...
What Is The Round Pen
13th Nov 2010   |   Horse Training   |   Whispyy
The last horse I worked with was a 14 year old Appaloosa mare named Flyer. Flyer had an amazing head for an appaloosa. Working with her in the round pen I started to realize something really weird. Every time I would focus on her hip she would stop, which is the very opposite tha ...
My 16hh Chestnut Thoroughbred Mare
20th Oct 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Goodbye
Maggie is a 16hh chestnut Thoroughbred mare, who was born in 1986. I haven't met her until this year, but when I saw her I knew she was the one. One day, July 12, I went to a new farm called Chantilly Farms. I went their just to check out the horses, and I saw the one I wante ...
My Little Sunny
6th Nov 2010   |   General   |   Ponyissie
One day on October 19th 2010 I came up to my room and he wasn't awake. I opened his cage and got him out. He was all dozey and tried to stand up, but he was to weak. I ran downstairs holding him carefully and showed him to my Mum. She immediately rang the vet's emergency number a ...
Healing Hearts Ranch - Part 1
10th Nov 2010   |   Horse Fiction   |   Finally There
Luci walked out to the barn and slid open the massive sliding doors. “Good morning guys!” She yelled smiling. She breathed in the fresh scent that had been locked up all night. She listened to the horses standing up and whinnying, some prancing restlessly like usual. She loved th ...
Queen Tessa Was A Gaming Horse
27th Oct 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   All That Jazz
Teri told me about Queen's past, and how she used to be a gaming horse. She said that a girl had trained her for gaming when Teri wasn't home and jerked on her mouth for hours. All she would do was ask her to run and run and run. She ignored her head set and had no concern for Qu ...
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