The Horse’s 2019 wall calendar, “Be Your Own Equine Researcher: 13 behavior and temperament tests you can do with your horse,” will take you, step by step, through simple studies that will teach you more about your horse’s personality and trainability.
Have you ever gone to get your horse from his paddock, only to have him “hide” his head behind a tree or a run-in … with his entire body remaining in plain sight?
In a bid to put horse racing fans in the thick of the action, a chief executive officer of Full House Resorts wants to build a racetrack that features a moving grandstand that speeds alongside the horses as they circle the track.
The two-year-old colt hasn’t even won any of the three races he’s run, but he’s already got the popularity of a horse that’s won a triple crown — and it’s all because of his unique look.
Shackleford Banks is part of the 56 miles of barrier islands that make up Cape Lookout National Seashore. Found south of Beaufort and Harkers Island, on the southernmost island in the national park, the herd of wild horses that has roamed free for centuries is managed by the park and the nonprofit Foundation for Shackleford…
People who show have to have two things in their pocket all the time: a schedule of events for the day and a copy of patterns they’ll be doing that day.
US Equestrian is accepting applications for the 2019 U.S. Saddle Seat Young Riders Team. During years that the Saddle Seat World Cup competition is not held, members of the Young Rider Team will be eligible to represent the United States in other international competitions, whether at home or abroad. The purpose of the Young Rider…
Three sisters are running a family business geared toward both horses and humans. Emily, Hanah and Sarah Eberspacher opened a horse motel called “Triple E Equine, LLC” near Beaver Crossing, NE.
Are you eligible for the AHP Student Award? Yes, if you are a senior in high school or an undergraduate matriculated* college student pursuing a career in equine media during the 2018-2019 school year, with at least one semester remaining before graduation at the time of application. You must have a 2.00 GPA or higher.
Rising on the “correct” diagonal on a circle or curve helps counterbalance the horse’s movement asymmetry created by the curve itself. And if the horse is lame, the wrong diagonal could enhance that lameness and the right diagonal could mask it.