It’s not just area children who dress up in costumes for Halloween. In Kentucky, horses do, too! On Sunday, Oct. 26, at 2 p.m., the Kentucky Horse Park will present its annual Halloween Show at the Horses of the World Barn where park horses and their riders are likely to show up as just about anything – a scary headless horseman, cranky wicked witch, swashbuckling pirates, genie with a bottle, “Phantom of the Opera” – it’s different every year.
Learn More About Yourself & Your Horse: Parelli Education Institute’s 2015 Courses Offer Something for Everyone
Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned professional in natural horsemanship, the 2015 slate of Parelli Education Institute’s 2015 course offerings has something for everyone. This coming year, courses and workshops will be held at the nonprofit Institute’s Pagosa Springs, Colorado campus as well as on the Ocala, Florida campus.
Kentucky’s reputation is built on horses and bourbon. The Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center (MMSC) paid homage to both at the second annual Sips ‘N Saddles on Friday, September 19th. The theme Kentucky Proud was threaded into all aspects of the event, from food and beverages to music and entertainment.
Austin's Home for Equine-Assisted Activities and Therapy Commemorates the Men and Women of the U.S. Armed Forces with Special Veterans Day Event and More!
Seven horses, donated by the Atwood Ranch and trained for the past year by Parelli Professionals, were auctioned off this past weekend at the Parellil Education Institute's Pagosa Springs, Colorado campus as part of the Road to the Summit.
The Final Winner of the Omega Alpha Equine Horsecity.com/Quarter Horse News "My Favorite Place to Ride" Photo Contest
Magdalena Arbes, of Fort Collins, Colorado, is the final winner in the Quarter Horse News/Horsecity.com My Favorite Place to Ride Photo Contest. She will receive $150 in Omega Alpha - Equine products! We loved the stunning landscape and the story behind the photo.
The King of the Cowboys (Roy Rogers) was a member of one of the most prestigious clubs in the country: 4-H. Since 1898, 4-H has been teaching leadership, community awareness, self-worth and sportsmanship to youth. At the same time members are learning about specific areas of interest. These topics could be photography, farming, computers, shooting sports, animals (rabbits, cattle, sheep, goats, horses, etc.)....the list is almost endless.
Kristyn Harris, the Academy of Western Artists “2014 Western Female Performer of the Year” will be the featured entertainment at the Parelli Education Institute’s Annual Benefit Gala to be held at the Institute’s Pagosa Springs, Colorado campus.
Attention, High School Rodeo competitors!
The Arizona Reined Cow Horse Association is offering a reined cow horse clinic with leading National Reined Cow Horse Association professionals Brad Barkemeyer, Corey Cushing, Jason Hershberger and Kevin Stallings.
By Jennifer M. Keeler, Yellow Horse Marketing for the KWPN-NA
With breeding season wrapping up, horsemen and women are now turning their attention to the preparation of their best young horses for annual inspections. With that in mind, the KWPN-NA (Royal Dutch Warmblood Studbook in North America) recently announced dates and locations for the 2014 KWPN-NA Keuring Tour.
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