"how do you feel" tweeted @horse_ebooks yesterday, quietly. Punctuation, capitalization and context were not necessary. @horse_ebooks - I refuse to identify it by the man behind the screen - knows how to ask this type of sensitive, potentially loaded question to a list of 52,770 Twitter followers and 4,333 Facebook fans. Despite the Internet popularity of cats and dogs, there is no way a self-absorbed furry meowser or a loving pooch could ask a user, or the entire Internet, this same question.
Whether or not a dressage horse needs shoes is likely to be dependent on many factors beyond whether hoofwear will or won't enhance performance. Researchers in England found little difference between two groups shod and undshod low-... Read Post
Bad news for Mary-Kate Olsen at a big equestrian show in NY this week -- when her horse refused to jump during one of the events... leaving her with a big fat zero on the score sheet. It all went down at the 39th Annual Hampton Clas... Read Post
Now this is a horse who LOVES what he does! You know, this is something I think about a lot. I really don’t want to start a big discipline war here, but I genuinely feel that there are disciplines horses LOVE and disciplines horses ... Read Post