Forum member TigerLilly from Michigan posted these beautiful photos of her mare and says, “here is my mare following me around. Had to get shots of her because she likes to be right next to me lol.” Check out the horsecity.com forums here!
Showgirl, the horse acquired for Yann Candele and the Canadian Show Jumping Team in 2013, officially retired following her last competition at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, FL, on March 18, 2017.
Dear Trainer, I need help, my trainer tells me to massage my horses mouth to get his head down. I do but my horse won't listen, he will just perk his head up more. I am using a loose ring bit I got at a farm supply store, because the bits in the catalogs are too expensive. What do you suggest I should do?
Most of us, as horse owners, try to be present at the birth of our foals. All too often, however, we arrive after the little one is here. We arrive to find the little guy nursing while the placenta is still dangling about the mare's hocks. The last stage of parturition is the passing of the placenta. It is very important to monitor this stage closely, as any complication here may also be life-threatening to the mare.
The 2017 Challenge features more winners and more ways to win! Time to Ride invites stables, clubs and all horse businesses nationwide to register now for the 2017 Time to Ride Challenge, a grassroots competition offering $100,000 in cash and prizes!
If you've ever had a horse swing its body away from you or begin to walk off while you were trying to mount, you probably remember just how annoyed you were and how insecure you felt. If your horse moves off before you're in the saddle and ready to go, there can be several possible reasons for his action. Here are some tips to help you analyze and solve your problem.
It's that time of year again - TAX SEASON! And, penalties for failure to follow the tax law have been increased and made tougher over the past few years.
Two-time Canadian Olympian Tiffany Foster and her veteran partner, Victor, emerged victorious in the $86,000 CSI5* 1.50m Suncast Classic on Sunday, March 12, at the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) in Wellington, FL.
Dear Dr. Lowder: My 14 year-old bay Arabian gelding has a sarcoid about the size of a quarter on the left side of his neck. The veterinarian examined it and suggested either cryosurgery, injections or just leaving it alone. I've heard that even after aggressive treatment, they often return.
My most salient memory of the National Sporting Library in Middleburg, Virginia is of the bronze sculpture of a war-weary Civil War horse in the Library's courtyard. This is not the customary type of equestrian statue, with the horse depicted as powerful and imposing but purposely shows an animal that is exhausted, half-starved and standing with a back hoof bent, the reason being that the sculpture honors the 1,500,000 horses and mules that lost their lives in the Civil War. The sculpture, by...