UNICORN CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION “DRAGS OUT ACCEPTANCE” of NEURODIVERSITY WITH “AN EVENING AT THE BIRDCAGE” AT LIPS FORT LAUDERDALE
Monday, October 31 2016 by Editor
Max Tucci and guest at the Unicorn Children’s Foundation “Buddha Ball” Mar-a-Lago Club, The Trump estate in Palm Beach on March 16, 2013. (MagicalPhotos.com/Mitchell Zachs) UNICORN CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION “DRAGS OUT ACCEPTANCE” of NEURODIVERSITY WITH “AN EVENING AT THE BIRDCAGE” AT LIPS FORT LAUDERDALE Fort Lauderdale FL – October 27, 2016 – Unicorn Children’s Foundation is excited to announce its first ever cabaret-themed role reversal drag show, which will be held on Sunday, November 20 th from 7:00-9:00pm at LIPS Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Proceeds from “An Evening at the Birdcage” will help expand opportunities for neuro-diverse youth with special needs like Autism, Dyslexia and other learning disorders.
Friday, December 19 2014 by Editor
HSUS logo Nothing compares to the special bond people can share with horses. So, it’s no wonder that many equestrians yearn for a horse to call their own, a familiar face peering over the stall door—ears pricked and muzzle outstretched for a treat—day after day.
If a barn renovation or upgrade is in your plans for 2015, then choosing stall accessories will be on your to-do list. When choosing stall accessories, there are particular factors that you will want to look for. Here are some tips to ensure that you get the most out of the stall accessories that you select.
Are you a sucker for pintos? How about round, fluffy ponies? The Chincoteague Pony combines both of those characteristics into an eye-catching pony with a rich and unusual history.
Have you ever heard of the Trait du Nord ? This beautiful draft breed originated in the 1800s, yet it is endangered today and its future remains uncertain. History The Trait du Nord originated in the grasslands of the southern Netherlands, northern France, and throughout Belgium
Does your horse hate to leave his friends behind when it’s time to head out on a ride? Riding a herd-bound horse can be a challenge, but there are steps you can take to help make separation from his buddies less stressful for your horse
Friday, August 22 2014 by Editor
As the show season progresses, it’s easy to get caught up in competition and your goals of advancing through the levels. However, it’s back-to-school season, and both you and your horse can benefit from it. Taking a few rides to focus on the basics can make your more advanced riding even better
Have you heard of Erin Go Bragh, the talented pony stallion who was a top eventer during his prime?