Twenty years ago, as I began to gather research that would eventually form the basis of my book, Riding Home—The Power of Horses to Heal, I had my first eyewitness exposure to the psychological impact a horse can have on a human. It occurred when I was invited to observe a unique equine program at […]
APPLE OF MY EYE, the heartwarming and inspirational drama for the whole family, debuts on DVD and digital January 10 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. A young girl (Avery Arendes), who defines herself by her equestrian abilities, struggles after she loses her eyesight following a traumatic accident. Her world changes when she meets her new […]
Anna Twinney spends a lot of time on airplanes. Internationally known as a horse whisperer, animal communicator and energy healer, she’s booked solid up to 18 months in advance. Earlier in 2016 an invitation came from the Chinese branch of the American Quarter Horse Association for Anna to please come to Beijing and Mongolia. They […]
Sometimes the biggest blessings are hidden in unlikely places.
The American Horse Council Foundation is seeking to update the Economic Impact Study of the Horse Industry in 2017.
If you hadn't caught on by now, I'm primarily and Appaloosa person. I have an appreciation of all breeds and all disciplines. I learned long ago that there is no such thing as a bad breed, just good and bad representatives of breeds. I've had experience of one sort or another with a good number of horses and breeds, be that training, owning, boarding or more. None the less, I always come back to an App.
Hearing the pleas of trail riders to bring The Great American Trail Horse Festival to the southeast, The American Competitive Trail Horse Association (ACTHA) has announced the next Festival will take place March 25-27, 2016 at T. Ed Garrison Arena at Clemson University, South Carolina.
Courtesy of Barrel Horse News Opportunities await with international buyers—learn how to market and sell your horse abroad with these tips.
Golden Curls Ranch has Mustangs with curls! These Mustangs come in every color and size and are truly part of our American Heritage.
On October 26, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit entered an order denying the plaintiffs' petition for rehearing of the opinion that rendered judgment for the American Quarter Horse Association in the cloning lawsuit.