Building Efficient Horse Barns

Building Efficient Horse Barns By Pat Murphy Future champions deserve royal treatment. Someone who helps you in your work needs must be treated the same as well. So why put your horses in barns that … [Read more...]

An Ancient Breed Of Horse

An Ancient Breed Of Horse By Michael Russell A few hundred years ago, the Przewalski horse ran wild in Mongolia. Although these horses were native to their Mongolian home range, it is thought they … [Read more...]

The Magnificent Andalusian

The Magnificent Andalusian By Michael Russell The Andalusian lineage dates back to prehistoric times. Cave paintings, discovered on the Iberian Peninsula and dated 20000 to 30000 B.C., show the … [Read more...]

Horses – Affirmed

Horses - Affirmed By Michael Russell In the crazy world of horse racing the one thing we had yet to see going into the 1978 horse racing year was back to back triple crown winners. That was about to … [Read more...]

Buying Your First Horse

Buying Your First Horse By Paul Hegarty Buying your first horse is an exciting adventure! Whether some one is buying the horse for you or you yourself have the money to buy a horse, you ought to … [Read more...]

Caring For Your Horse During The Winter

Caring For Your Horse During The Winter By Michael Colucci When you care for your horse, it is important to make preparations for the winter months. Horses need to be able to tolerate the cold … [Read more...]

How To Groom Your Horse For Results You'll Be Proud Of – Part 3

How To Groom Your Horse For Results You'll Be Proud Of - Part 3 By Geoffrey Roberts and Michael Glenn The fact is that most of us horse lovers don't groom our horses properly. This could be due to … [Read more...]

Horse Racing – The Sport of Kings

Horse Racing - The Sport of Kings By Michael Russell Thousands of years ago, man discovered that an animal from the Equus order was good for carrying his burdens and lightening his load. Then one … [Read more...]

I've Got A Horse, Now What?

I've Got A Horse, Now What? By Belinda Osgood Ever since I was a little girl, I hoped and prayed for a horse to call my own. It became a ritual every birthday and Christmas that I would first check … [Read more...]

Horses – War Admiral

Horses - War Admiral By Michael Russell Sometimes the sons of the fathers surpass the accomplishments of the father. Such was the case with one of the greatest races horses of all time, the son of … [Read more...]

The Majestic Arabian Horse

The Majestic Arabian Horse By Michael Russell Bedouins believed that the horse was a gift from Allah. It was to be cherished, revered, almost worshipped. The Arabian horse has been bred for … [Read more...]

Buying Your First Horse – a Practical Guide

Buying Your First Horse - a Practical Guide By Trish Haill Spring is here, and the warmer weather is on the way. As the grass starts to grow, the sun appears and nothing seems so attractive as … [Read more...]

Horses – Citation

Horses - Citation By Michael Russell In this article we're going to briefly go over the career of one of the most famous horses in racing history, Citation. If you look past the losses that Citation … [Read more...]

Buying a Horse – Without Being Taken for a Ride

Buying a Horse - Without Being Taken for a Ride By Mark Andrews So you think you have found the ideal pony or horse? Before you hand over your hard-earned cash, wait a minute... What can you do to … [Read more...]

Horses – Seattle Slew

Horses - Seattle Slew By Michael Russell In the short list of triple crown winners, this horse had to be one of the biggest bargains in racing history. We're referring to the puzzle of a wonder, … [Read more...]

American Saddlebred

American Saddlebred By Michael Colucci The American Saddlebred is a breed of horse developed in the state of Kentucky. Today they are featured in many showring competitions, and they are also used … [Read more...]

American Paint Horse

American Paint Horse By Michael Colucci The American Paint Horse is a breed of horses which are known for having a percentage of white hair over skin combined with another color. This color pattern … [Read more...]

Grooming Your Horse For Success; Part 2

Grooming Your Horse For Success; Part 2 By Geoffrey Roberts The fact is that most of us horse lovers don't groom our horses properly. This could be due to lots of things - time, motivation, … [Read more...]

How To Choose The Proper Hay For Your Horse

By Michael Colucci To have a strong and healthy horse it is important for you to feed them properly. Feeding them quality hay will give them the important nutrients and minerals they need. The amount … [Read more...]

Equine Tetanus – An Unnecessary Disease

Equine Tetanus - An Unnecessary Disease By Mark Andrews Do you know anyone with a horse that has had tetanus? Probably not. Despite the fact that the organism responsible for the disease is often … [Read more...]

Horses – Breeds, A To Z

Horses - Breeds, A To Z By Michael Russell A horse is a horse of course of course. Right? Well, not exactly. There are more breeds of horses than Carter has liver pills. We're just going to touch on … [Read more...]

What do Fish, Chihuahaus, Pit Bulls and Horses have in common?

(Q) What do Fish .. Chihuahuas .. Pit Bulls and Horses have in common? (A) That's all you will be reading about during April 24-30, 2006 week! It's been quite a challenge for me .. keeping up with … [Read more...]

Arabian Horse

Arabian Horse By Michael Colucci The Arabian horse is an animal which has lived on the Arabian Peninsula for well over 2000 years. These horses were properly bred to demonstrate many traits which … [Read more...]

Draft (Draught) Horses – Percherons

Draft (Draught) Horses - Percherons By Michael Russell History Although the exact origins of the Percheron have been lost over the years, there are several different beliefs about their roots. There … [Read more...]

Draft (Draught) Horses – Friesians and Gypsy Cobs

Draft (Draught) Horses - Friesians and Gypsy Cobs By Michael Russell Friesians Brief History This draft breed is rooted in Friesland, Northwestern Europe, which is now a part of the Netherlands. … [Read more...]

Draft (Draught) Horses – The Clydesdale

Draft (Draught) Horses - The Clydesdale By Michael Russell History This heavy draft horse traces its roots to the early 19th century in the Lanarkshire (formerly Clydesdale) district of Scotland. … [Read more...]

Draft (Draught) Horses – The Belgian

Draft (Draught) Horses - The Belgian By Michael Russell History As the name implies. this breed originated in Belgium. Back in the medieval times, the center of Western Europe became well-known for … [Read more...]

Draft (Draught) Horses – The American Cream

Draft (Draught) Horses - The American Cream By Michael Russell History This breed is the only draft breed to originate in the United States. The granddam of the line was a draft mare (Old Granny) … [Read more...]

Horse Illustrated Magazine – Q & A – How to become a Horse Trainer and Breeder?

Good advice from Horse Illustrated Magazine - Horse Illustrated.com - Serving the horse owner by promoting the best in horse management, riding and training. Q: ................ I have a dream of … [Read more...]

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