By Avi Blake, DVM as published in DVM360 “Just for fun, today, we attempt to answer a question that crosses our lips about everyday here at Laughing Horse Ranch…in fact, one of our red heads is nicknamed ‘Dennis the Menace’ because if there is anyone who is going […]
by Madison Montgomery as published in One Green Planet.org “…the animal’s are tossed aside and often sent to slaughter houses” For those of us who are familiar with equestrian shows or may even have a knack for equestrian sports, we are accustomed to the posh appearance of fancily […]
Source: HorseTalk “The partnership that youth form with their horses demonstrates the mental development that benefits youth for years to come…” “It’s ‘Feel Good Sunday’ and what better way to revel in the day but to spend it with our companion horses and also to witness the magic […]
For Ann Romney, riding has been helpful in dealing with her multiple sclerosis. Indeed, horseback riding is a commonly recommended activity for MS sufferers. Because the natural walking gait of the horse is similar to a human’s, riding helps restore balance, coordination and posture, all of which can be affected by the disease’s assault on the spine and central nervous system.
“My apologies as I am not waxing political on you here, although our current President has done NOTHING to help our horses, but it is difficult to find good equine news to share with you on Sunday. There are a lot of things that we need to accomplish over the next 48 hours but for today, this is a story of a woman who sought out horses, late in life, and they healed her in a way that only horses can. This is success story and we as advocates are fortunate that someone in the political spotlight is pro-horse and understands the spiritual connection that we share with our equine partners. Politics aside, Ann Romney’s story is one of success and could even help to elevate our nation’s understanding and appreciation for the American horse, both wild and domestic, that we love and know so well. Have a great Sunday as tomorrow it is back to work. Be safe and keep the faith.” ~ R.T.
“It’s rare for an author to plug another writer’s book on the very blog meant to promote his own, but in the case of Nell Walton’s “Bone Trail” I personally know the key characters and have lived many of the pages, myself. A must read.” ~ R.T. Fitch author of “Straight from the Horse’s Heart”
Our thoughts were not on horses, in fact, the subject of horses was not even on the agenda. We were in Spain, northern Spain and as we were aware it is the motherland of the great Andalusians we had not seen any, to date.
by Simone Netherlands How does the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) call themselves wild horse specialists? What might they be basing this definition on, on the fact that they have been chasing wild horses for a long time? Does doing something the wrong way for a long time […]
by Steven Long, editor of Horseback Magazine Contractor Denies Horseback Request for Access to BLM Gather HOUSTON, (HORSEBACK) – Horseback Magazine requested access an upcoming Wyoming BLM roundup, even offering a signed release by our observer and photographer if they were permitted to watch the operation up close […]