98" Hello Incanto      
Thoroughbred (100%)  |  Stallion
Best Rank  10  | Best Jump  99"  | Winnings  2,472,700
Kyra Stables  
This Barn was viewed 16,555 times
Best Rank  1  | Best Jump  96.75"  | Winnings  10,997,000
 Recent News  Popular News
Jumping My Polo Horse Bareback
PonyBox News Trending
This video shows myself and my Polo horse simply being ourselves and having a great time! Everything in this video is bareback, it is a complete no saddle zone! The only tack used is always either a bridle or a halter an ...
6,767 Unique Views
Llamanitis Epidemic Hits the Equine World Without Mercy
20th Jan 2014   |   General   |   Polo the Weirdo
Llamanitis is a very common and frustrating disease often found in horses and ponies of all shapes and sizes (Most often school ponies, mares, or particularly flamboyant geldings). It has been known to be contagious, and recently I have noticed the epidemic beginning to spread. ...
EquiSpirit Horse Toys
15th Mar 2011   |   Equine Technology   |   Artista
Do your horses get bored when left in their stall or pasture all day? Want to give them something to do that can help them let off stress or burn pent up energy? Try the line of equine toys by EquiSpirit! EquiSpirit creates lots of great toys like the world famous EquiSpirit ...
Jumping My Polo Horse Bareback Cross Country 101 - Part Three If Horses Were Celebrities Retraining a Racehorse – First Dressage Show
Arlo Bartholomew
24th May 2010   |   General   |   Wanderin Boy Memorial
We adopted a dog from the SPCA about 7 years ago. His name is Arlo, and he's a black lab mix. Nobody wanted him, and no one could even walk him. Well, 7 years ago we had our black lab die from cancer. We brought the extra dog food that we had to the SPCA. We weren't going to look ...
The Fall - A Tribute to Chip and Our Past
8th Sep 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Pintie
When I saw my mom, I told her my arm hurt really badly. We went to a doctor for x-rays and found out I had broken my radius and ulna in my arm, putting me out of the saddle for two and half months. This all happened because of my trainer being unsafe. ...
What Do You Do With Your Old Horse Shirts?
5th Mar 2011   |   General   |   Heaven Sent Creatures
How many of you have old outgrown horse shirts or other favorites, but don't want to get rid of them? I have a solution for you. This is what I do for all my daughter's special shirts that she just will not part with. I turn them into cushions for her room. ...
Archie Struggles at Recent Horse Shows
25th Oct 2010   |   Shows and Events   |   Dark Star
We get to the show and I'm getting Archie ready for halter. I asked him to trot and he steps on the back of my boot, causing me to fall down, thus staining my jeans from the wet grass. I change jeans just in time for the show to start. He was awesome in the class. The horse in fr ... Updates - Horse Games - Horse News - Horse Books
27th May 2011   |   Ponybox News   |   PonyBox
Each day Ponybox receives a few emails on where we are with updates or new product releases. I'm proud to tell you that Ponybox is on track for some fresh updates and releases. Many of your suggestions over the past year have been incorporated into our updates and will be avail ...
Dotty’s Story – Chapter Seven
8th Jan 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
As the truck pulled up to Dotty’s new home, Dotty sensed something familiar. The rancid smell of exhaust, the noise of horses, car horns, and people shouting – without even looking out of the window Dotty knew there wouldn’t be any green pastures and majestic oak trees for her. B ...
The Unwanted
30th Jan 2011   |   General   |   Barbwire Stables
With the closing of the Slaughterhouses in 2007 many say that it is one of the best things that could have happened while others claim that it has caused a serious rise in the number of unwanted, abused and neglected horses, as well as the drop in horse prices in the United State ...
Running After the Roses - Part Four - The End
5th Feb 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   No Walkin Farms9
Again with that question. Why was Sandy the only reporter who wanted to know about my parents? What did she know that none of the others didn't? I set aside those questions to ponder later. Right now I needed an answer to her question. I could lie and say they'd be happy about my ...
Jello's Story - Part 2 The Foal
20th Dec 2010   |   Horse Fiction   |   Velski
The next day Jello and the others woke up. Snare trotted around the herd, making sure everyone was okay and had made it through the night. Clarinet stood next to Jello, and Jello stood next to Trumpet. A young dapple gray filly leaped up, just missing Jello’s nose. Jello smiled a ...
I Just Got My First Pony
27th Dec 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   lovehorse
I got my first pony named Cherry this past November. It was night-time when I first saw her beauty of a face staring into the distant night. As my instructor and my dad led me to her stable I gasped and bit my lip. Was this my pony? She was a one in a million and i knew she alway ...
Miles Is Gone But Not Forgotten
20th Dec 2010   |   Horse Stories   |   Run Free
Miles was a 12.2hh, black, mixed breed pony at my current riding stables, Loisin. He sadly died November 25th 2010 due to a bad cough and extreme cold. Miles's nickname was 'The Woodpecker' because he used to eat the fence on the outdoor arena. He was a fabulous jumper and lov ...
Learning To Fly
6th Jan 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Castaway Wish
I had just cleared a jump, and my wings had folded as I approached the next one. It was a cross-country course, and my next jump was a make-shift water fence. I ramped up my speed and took off, my wings outstretched. ...
The Life Of Sparta - Year Two
5th Jan 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Thestral
Sparta stood head to tail with Cheeko, her pasture buddy in the light shower of late April. Sparta, now a yearling, was watching the other colts and fillies racing around their paddocks, and saw her mother caressing her new foal. It was bigger than Sparta, she had been a runt. ...
Sealah - A Pegasus - Part 1
17th Jan 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   T W I
The autumn sun illuminated Southeastern Tarlea, casting the warm golden light of evening over the picturesque land. Wild game roamed freely and the soil was rich and black. It was a beautiful world, Tarlea, natural home of the Pegasi and the only world men knew ...
The Life Of Sparta - Year Three
19th Jan 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Thestral
Salty tears fell onto the brown leather reining saddle Seth was washing. She had only just found out her favorite two-year-old had been towed off to an auction. She hadn't been able to say good-bye. Sparta, on the other hand, had been dropped off at the auction, and was sold f ...
Just Peachie Keen - Part 1
31st Jan 2011   |   Horse Stories   |   BME Sports
I buried my face into Peaches’s neck. I inhaled deeply and whispered three words: I LOVE YOU. I rode in an unusual silence. My friends asked if I was okay. I nodded and rode on. We had guests coming for dinner that night. I cried in the shower and told them my eyes were red be ...
My Model Horse Tack Business
1st Feb 2011   |   General   |   Whispyy
Many of you may have heard of Breyer horses or maybe you even collect them. I collect and make Model horse tack to sell to make money for Riding lessons. My Business is called Tiny Tack. I have been making Model horse tack for five years. I make English and Western saddles, bridl ...
Our Favorite YouTube Video This Week
2nd Feb 2011   |   General   |   PonyBox
Our Youtube video of the week incorporates a little fun with your horse jumps. They call it "People Jumping", but we call it boredom. ...
A Love Hate Relationship - Part 1
3rd Feb 2011   |   Barrel Racing   |   MoMoz
Fancy, the new horse was a large chestnut Quarter Horse mare with a white stripe down her face. Fancy, the alpha horse could kick like a twister and bite, leaving scars down another horse’s entire back. Fancy, the barrel horse could run a 16 or 17 second barrel run and turn with ...
Searching for the Susan's - Part 2
16th Feb 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   No Walkin Farms9
Old man, are you happy to see me?" I greeted the tall colt outside his stall at Pimlico Racetrack early Wednesday morning. Sultan sniffed me all over before finally blowing in my face. ...
Who You Are - Part 1
11th Feb 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Breegirly
Something was wrong, Stride was falling, slipping from under me, my horse was going down, and I knew I was going down with this ship. The dirt was cool on my face, but rough as a slid, I knew Stride was gone, and I knew these were my last thoughts, I muttered a quick prayer to Go ...
Dotty’s Story – Chapter Nine
12th Feb 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
The sound of the bell seemed to ring in Dotty’s ears forever, but she was on the move. She reached with each stride, digging her hooves in and pulling herself forward as hard as she could, only slowly stretching out and settling into a gallop. There were horses all around her, ...
Ponybox Releases Should I Buy It Feature
13th Feb 2011   |   Ponybox News   |   PonyBox
Today, Ponyboxers awoke to a new feature on Ponybox named Should I Buy It. Should I Buy It allows members to post a description, photo and price of an item or horse they are thinking of buying. Members can then offer suggestions, alternatives or feedback on the item. ...
Divorce Leaves Lame Horse Without Care
19th Mar 2011   |   Horse Stories   |   lovehorse
It was the day me and my yard family were going to Manchester. We were going to a viewing of a pony. I was so excited, I just knew that this was going to be the pony for me! The drive was long and tiresome. Listening to the same, repetitive CD over and over again. When we fina ...
No Metal in the Mouth - The Leather Bit
2nd Mar 2011   |   Equine Technology   |   Artista
I was never a fan of bits, so I suppose I'm a little bit biased, but I was experimented with bitless riding since I was about 10 years old. The first device I experimented with was the mechanical hackamore, which was good for stopping forward motion, but didn't really get the "s ...
My Life Through Them
11th Apr 2011   |   Horse Stories   |   ImaCoolCowgirl
Three years ago I started public school, if it wasn’t for them I would have never made it through. Late last fall my parents were separated and I would have never made it through that period if I didn’t have them. These horses are my life, my love and my future. We have just join ...
My Boarding Facility - High Point Equestrian Center
12th Mar 2011   |   General   |   Carpe Diem
High Point is located in Tacoma, Washington. If you where to go here, most of the time you would probably see riders cantering around bareback with a halter. The cost for a hour lesson is $60 dollars, and Marie gives you access to her horses whenever you would like. ...
Broken Spirits - Chapter 3
13th Mar 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   Lil Booger
Sweat was pouring down Sandra’s neck and face. She clucked and swung the lasso at the black horse. As a trainer it was her job to make sure all rescue horses were well enough to be handled by teenagers. Mindless teenagers. Ones that will do anything to get out of work and rui ...
  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10   >  
©2002 - 2019   PonyBox LLC Create Account Terms & Conditions Privacy Contact Us
459 Members Online 251,805 Registered Members 2,610 News Articles 11,025,491 Unique News Article Views 257,313,535 Website Views