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Tips for interviewing horse trainer

Tips for Interviewing Potential Horse Trainers 1. Location, location, location Just like in the real estate business, location is one of the most important factors when choosing a trainer. Even if you’re choosing a high-end professional who’s going to show your horse herself, an occasional visit is in order. One owner observed that some long-distance trainers “do the bare minimum…

What to ask when buying a horse

After years and years of just dreaming about riding a mighty stallion through the open fields at dusk, with that gentle breeze just crooning into your ears and drifting you into a world unlike any other, From those juvenile fantasies of racing your best mate across the land with your Arabian horse galloping like there’s no tomorrow, almost everyone of…

Rocking horse

This story was interesting to me, but also felt like a lot of people taking advantage of a kid. The mother freely admitted for most of the story that she did not care for her children and found some of their actions annoying (riding the rocking horse so much). The attitude the mother had about the luck of her husband…

Comare the horse and human as athelets

For millions of years horses have had to adapt to their ever changing surroundings, and given the fact that horses are herbivores and herd animals making them prey they also had to evolve alongside many other animals who would hunt them. Most of how horses have evolved has been to give them and edge and the best chance of survival…

5 horse racing games you can not miss in your horse betting

Spring is coming! At last those days come when the Sun finally makes an appearance, and for the first time this year the clouds have left us in peace for a long time. Therefore, many take advantage already to go out to the terraces, take morning walks and enjoy the outdoors and good weather. In my case, for a while…

Maine horse matchmaker: making a match, one horse at a time

When Patti Truman adopted Polo and Elmo, a horse and his mini donkey friend, she planned to keep them for the rest of their lives.It was not an unreasonable expectation. She had owned ponies and horses for decades, ever since she was a child, and she knew the dedication it took to be a good caretaker. “I would never give…

How to identify horse breeds? — simple techniques to identify your horse breed

Horse breeding is a human involved process for reproducing genus with precise features created by human. Furthermore, technological involvement for the process helps to create most effective generations. Content of this article provides you a comprehensive understanding for how to identify horse breeds. Common horse breeds Not a hypothesis, but you can find more than 300 horse breeds around the…

Microchipping: it makes good horse sense

Sarah and Joe Merkelbach experienced the 2016 Blue Cut fire in the Cajon Pass, so they knew it was important to show up at John and Dawn Fiedler’s Phelan property on Saturday. The Merkelbachs wanted to take advantage of the opportunity to get their four horses microchipped. They weren’t alone. Several horse owners made the trip the Fiedlers’ to have…

Horse

Introduction The sport of polo is one of the oldest ball sports dating back to 600 BC originally from Tibet, the equine discipline was picked up by British soldiers and brought back to England. The first match was played in the UK in 1871. The aim of polo is to score more goals than the opposing team. The pitch polo…

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