Creating a Life-Sized Horse Sculpture

Have you ever looked at a life-sized horse sculpture and imagined what it would be like to make one? Artist Kevin Hockley shared with us the steps he took in making the horse model shown above for a display at the Western Development Museum, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. And guess what—math played a huge role! What was…

Mustang Gals to the Rescue

From left to right: Mikey & Emma Woyak, Gabby Beck & Ikey, Robin Warren & Rocky. Proud members of YEA. Three students from Las Vegas, Nevada were moved by the plight of mustangs in the United States and vowed to do something about it. Gabby Beck, Robin Warren, and Emma Woyak, members of the Youths’…

How Much Hay?

Horses in the wild are known to graze for up to 16 hours a day! A horse’s digestive system is designed to deal with large amounts of forage, either grass or hay, eaten slowly over a long period of time. Hay makes up the largest part of a horse’s diet, so it is important to make…

Studying Horses in Oklahoma

If you are thinking of a career working with horses, you may find a recent Oklahoma equine study of interest. Why? Because the study focused on the economic benefits and job opportunities available in the real-world of horses! Time to give your data analysis skills a workout and get a glimpse of the horses and…