Category: Featured

Boyd after he was rescued from a South Wales farm in 2011.
0

Brave Boyd bounces back after tough start

Six-year-old was among several horses rescued from South Wales in 2011.

Link between rock-art sites and locations with strongest sound reflection, says expert.
0

Ancient auditory illusions linked to sites of prehistoric art

Link between rock-art sites and locations with strongest sound reflection, says expert.

Rich Fellers and Flexible won the opening World Cup Qualifier at Thunderbird Show Park.
0

Flexible, showjumping’s comeback king

Equine research industry honors one of its most successful equine patients.

Tiny jade horse sculpture fetches £170,000 at auction
0

Tiny jade horse sculpture fetches £170,000 at auction

Ming Dynasty artwork to be returned to Hong Kong.

Group thinking in the horse world
0

Group thinking in the horse world

Step outside “the group” and question everything you see and hear about horses and training.

Big-screen debut for My Little Pony franchise
0

Big-screen debut for My Little Pony franchise

Bronies rejoice! Pinkie Pie and her mates are bound for movie stardom.

Painted Patchen, a registered white thoroughbred by Thunder Gulch and out of Spot of Beauty.
0

White thoroughbred colt sells for $29,000 at auction

Painted Patchen from a long line of white thoroughbreds from Kentucky’s Patchen Wilkes Farm.

Horse bronze expected to fetch up to $US1.5 million
0

Horse bronze expected to fetch up to $US1.5 million

Bronze cast from wax model by Edgar Degas to be auctioned in New York.

Sir Sansibar, Champion Stallion and highest priced lot at the Trakehner Stallion Market. He fetched 300,000.
0

Trakehner stallion fetches €300,000 at auction

Sir Sansibar sold to Austrian stud after being named Champion at Trakehner Stallion Market.

Going out on a limb for horses
0

Going out on a limb for horses

Researcher sets out to assess viability of prosthetic implants for horses.

Horse training: leave your ego at the arena gate
1

Horse training: leave your ego at the arena gate

When working with a horse, forget about pecking orders, submission or winning and losing.

Word of mouth: Confusion in Britain over equine dentistry
1

Word of mouth: Confusion in Britain over equine dentistry

British Equine Veterinary Association moves to clarify situation.

The pulp from citrus is becoming an increasingly common ingredient in concentrated horse feeds in some parts of the world. Photo: US Dept of Agriculture
1

Scientists assess citrus pulp in horse feed

Citrus pulp described as a safe energy source.

  • RSS
  • Newsletter
  • Facebook
  • Google+
  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter
  • Flickr
  • YouTube
  • Pinterest