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Retraining a Racehorse – Moonfire – First Show Of The Year
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With 2010 well behind us, the time soon arose for Moony to make his 2011 debut – heading off for his first show of the year on the morning of 5 February 2011. He loaded without a problem, and arrived at the show safe ...
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The Role Playing Guide
26th Dec 2010   |   General   |   Painted Destiny
This is a basic guide to Role Playing on Ponybox. When I first started Role Playing, the talk confused me. This article includes some basic guides on how to properly play role playing games on Ponybox. ...
How Would You Like A Cold Bit In Your Mouth?
28th Jan 2011   |   Equine Technology   |   DejaVu
It is cold and you are tacking up your horse and then you realize that you need to take a few minutes to try to warm up that freezing cold bit. No need for that anymore, with a product called Bit Blanket. Like the name says, Bit Blanket is a cover you wrap around your bit and ...
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New Like Button Added To Ponybox News
19th Dec 2010   |   Ponybox News   |   PonyBox
Today, Ponybox added a Ponybox Like button to each news article. As a member, you can now select the button on the articles you like and help increase its popularity. In addition, a notification is sent to the author indicating you like their article. ...
Building Trust With My First Horse Huzzybug
11th Jan 2011   |   Horse Training   |   Elizabeth A
My first horse was a paint mare named Huzzybug. My first horse was trained by beating her and whipping her and trying to break her spirit. Her spirit was never broken, ever. When she first came to my house we seperated her from the other two we had. You could not even get clo ...
Free Online Graphic Editing Programs
24th Dec 2010   |   Graphics   |   Depplain
As a graphic maker I am often asked the question "What program do you use?" And while it's simple for me to reply "Adobe Photoshop", I considered it well and truly time to find an answer to the question at hand. Just what is the best free online editing program? ...
Too Many Horse Show Ribbons?
31st Jan 2011   |   Shows and Events   |   DejaVu
You show your horse and come home with few ribbons - after few years you have boxes and boxes full of ribbons. Now there's a solution how to show all those ribbons. BarnSmart converts your ribbons into pillows, stuffed animals, and quilts showing off your accomplishments. As your ...
The Coveted Triple Crown
4th Feb 2011   |   Shows and Events   |   Chris Antley Memorial
Winning the Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing is considered the greatest accomplishment of a Thoroughbred racehorse. The Triple Crown consists of the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, and the Belmont Stakes. One might think that this is easy to do, but it is not. A horse h ...
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How To Remove A Halter With Photoshop
4th Feb 2011   |   Graphics   |   T W I
I’ve always had a thing against using horses with halters in manipulations. To me, it seems rather amateur and sloppy. Hence, I never leave the halter on my stock, usually removing it beforehand. I've only had to contend with this problem a couple times, as a large portion of the ...
Making Gifts Out Of Stirrups
8th Feb 2011   |   General   |   DejaVu
If you have a special picture from a show and you want to have it placed in a memorable frame, visit The Stirrup Collection store. These classic keepsakes were designed by a horse show mom, when she wanted to create a special gift for her daughter. ...
Searching for the Susan's - Part 1
10th Feb 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   No Walkin Farms9
The Monday after the Derby, I went to school. I figured I was prepared for anything. At least, I was hoping I was ready. The first thing I saw when I walked in was a huge banner that read 'Congrats Ashley & Sultan'. My best friend, Beth Drummond, nudged me and grinned. "Now yo ...
Are You Ready For The 2011 Show Season?
16th Feb 2011   |   General   |   PonyBox
Are you ready for the 2011 show season? If not, this video shows highlights from the 2010 Showjumping Summer Classic to get you pumped up! This competition was held at the Sydney International Equestrian Centre. ...
Jumpy Horse Game App Version 2.1 Released
27th Feb 2011   |   Equine Technology   |   PonyBox
Jumpy Horse is a horse game app developed by Internet Reshenia LLC for use on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The Jumpy Horse development team has recently upgraded the game to version 2.1, which among adding a new cool customization feature, you can now use the multi-player mod ...
How Does Music Effect Your Horses Mood?
12th Mar 2011   |   General   |   Nikie
The power of music is definitely an emotional factor in the daily lives of humans. Listening to your favorite song may bring back memories of your childhood or a deceased grandparent, mother or father. You may even use the tunes of your favorite rock band to pump you up right bef ...
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Assistance Animals - The Seeing Eye Horse
12th Apr 2011   |   General   |   Artista
You might have heard of seeing eye dogs before, but what about a seeing eye horse? Seeing Eye horses (Also called Assistance Animals, Guide Ponies, etc.) aren't a huge trend in the world of assistance animals, but in special cases, they do exist. Just like seeing eye dogs are ...
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Top Five Mistakes Made Lunging A Horse
21st Jun 2011   |   Horse Training   |   mosquito
Lunging a horse is a great way to build fitness for your horse, and when used correctly, it can improve your horse’s movement, balance, and flexibility. If you don’t have much time, you want to see how your horse is moving, or there is a particular aspect of your horse’s performa ...
Socks For Horses
30th Jun 2011   |   Product Reviews   |   mosquito
For horses with chronic conditions like arthritis, which have difficulty moving but who really need to maintain their circulation to reduce inflammation in the lower leg, the whinny warmers are ideal. They provide just enough compression and warmth to aid circulation, without con ...
Five Reasons Not To Breed Your Mare
16th Jul 2011   |   General   |   mosquito
When you have a horse you love, and it’s a mare, it’s tempting to dream of the day when she could have a foal for you. But it’s a big decision to breed your own mare, and not one to be taken lightly, or just because you want a little ‘mini-me’ of your beloved mare. Here are a few ...
My Trip To The United States Pony Club Festival
28th Jul 2011   |   Shows and Events   |   Purple BITS
I recently attended the United States Pony Club Festival in Lexington, Kentucky. The festival combines all three regional championships and also has an educational portion with mounted and unmounted clinics. I participated in five mounted clinics. I did two dressage clinics, one ...
Retraining a Racehorse – Preparation For First Dressage Show
4th Aug 2011   |   Dressage   |   Polo the Weirdo
On 5 March 2011, I caught my Moon-horse, and tossed him into the horsebox beside my tank of a Bronze-horse for his first dressage competition. Both horses traveled well, as they always do – good boys. Thus, we arrived in good time for our dressage – early for once – and all re ...
Can You Hear Me? - Part 2
25th Aug 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Unique
I turned back with a crooked smirk on my face when I saw Mac and Mr. Harris standing there, staring after me and Antic. I almost laughed, the looks on their faces were absolutely priceless. A girl walking away with a wolf? Didn't see that everyday. I'm sure they were quite confus ...
Against All Odds - The Story of Bronze - Part 2
16th Sep 2011   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
Suddenly, from amongst the herd of stallions, one came charging toward me. He was a huge, bright bay creature – standing at least a hand over any of the others, and double the size of most in bulk. He hardly seemed like a Thoroughbred at all. Seeing this tank of a horse bearin ...
The Apple Grove - Part 3
28th Oct 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
The Apple Grove arena was close and the sun was still in mid-sky. Jenifer predicted they would have about 3 hours of riding before they would have to leave. The pines cleared and neat rows of apple trees appeared. The rows went on for what looked like miles. Jenifer lead the way, ...
My First Show Experience
17th Oct 2011   |   Shows and Events   |   lovehorse
As I walked down to Cherry's stable carrying the water bucket, I thought about how lucky I was to have this beautiful chestnut as mine. I stood there for a second, daydreaming about Cherry, forgetting how heaving the water was. I could have been standing there all day, but I was ...
Are You Ready For The 2012 Show Season?
29th Dec 2011   |   Shows and Events   |   PonyBox
2012 is only a few days away and has put together five videos to help you get ready for the 2012 horse show season. Are you ready to work harder and longer to perform better than last year? Let us know how you are preparing to make 2012 a better year for you and your ...
I'm Grounded From My First Horse Show
12th Jan 2012   |   General   |   Madeirey
Today was just not my day. I was infuriated, confused, and thinking the world was torturing me. Although, the world was not exactly torturing me; I just thought it was. My mom and I had another one of our fights because I didn’t finish cleaning the tack room like I was supposed t ...
FFA Horse Judging
14th Feb 2012   |   Shows and Events   |   Seven Sins
During my years in high school we had a program through my schools agriculture department called FFA, which was once known as Future Farmers of America. Although that name isn't used anymore because it let to the false belief that FFA was just for farmers. During my senior year I ...
Prepping Tutorial for a Photoshop Horse Graphic Manipulation
3rd Mar 2012   |   Graphics   |   Moose
First thing is when starting a manipulation, choosing the stock. There are many stock providers on Deviantart, but not all stock providers will allow you to use their stock offsite of Deviantart. So before using it, be sure to read the rules carefully. If the stock is usable or y ...
My Sweet Victory - Part 1
3rd Apr 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   MySweetButterfly
The thunder of hooves as he gallops along the track. His nostrils are flared; dust explodes from his flying feet. I watched in wonder from the sidelines as he speeds by; so fast that if you blinked, you would’ve missed it. I knew he was perfect for me. My name is Bella Clovers ...
Horse Graphics and Manips From Ponybox Member T W I
2nd Jun 2012   |   Graphics   |   PonyBox
If you have ever looked through Ponybox member T W I's photo album you were most likely stunned to see her impressive collection of horse graphics and manips. T W I regularly uploads horse graphics to her account that she creates ...
Unicorn Moon - Part 2 of 3
12th Jun 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   T W I
The girl cried out, pleading with the people on shore. Though no words formed, her mouth choked with salt water, it was clear that she was begging for succor. Pendant’s teeth were clenched as he stared down at the dark, milling forms on shore. No one made a move to enter the infe ...
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