Horses have their side preferences—called lateralization—much like humans do. We’re typically left-handed or right-handed; they’re “left-legged” or “right-legged.”
Are you interested in harness racing? Youth ages 11-18 are invited to learn about harness racing at an Introductory Day at the Harness Racing Museum & Goshen Historic Track July 9.
There’s more to keeping horses hydrated than simply providing them constant access to clean water.
He is an American Sugarbush Harlequin Draft horse officially named “Daisy’s Chief Dane” but now is known as Harley when he escorts Thoroughbred horses to the racetrack—and he’s noticed whenever he is on the track at Churchill Downs or Keeneland.
John Price, 14, of Danville, Pennsylvania, and 11-year-old Tia Tanner of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, have been chosen by the Feather Fund for a 2018 pony award. They will choose and bid on the foal of their dreams at the Pony Auction Thursday, July 26.
The 93rd annual Pony Swim will happen sometime between 8 and 10 a.m. on Wednesday, July 25.
“We owe it to them to listen” is the opinion of an expert behind a series of videos aimed at helping identify musculoskeletal pain and subtle lameness.
The 2018 United States Eventing Association (USEA) American Eventing Championships (AEC) begin Saturday, August 25. How does one ensure themselves a front row seat to all the action? By signing up as a volunteer!
Horseback riding is a unique sport, in that it’s an “individual” sport with two participants—horse and rider. That also makes it special in the way it’s coached and learned, researchers say.
Hannah’s business, Equine Sweets NZ, has more than 11,000 followers on Instagram and ships sweet treats all over New Zealand and Australia.