The immense and impressive Suffolk Punch has a rich history – it is the oldest breed of heavy horse in Britain to exist today while still closely resembling its ancestors.
Originating from the island of Newfoundland in Canada, the Newfoundland Pony is a hardy, well-tempered, and willing pony.
Friday, May 02 2014 by Editor
When you trailer your horse to events like shows and clinics more frequently during the summer, your chance of running into a mechanical problem on the road increases. Before you leave the barn with your horse, take a moment to make sure that your truck and trailer are stocked with the equipment that you might need in the event of a breakdown. Tire Changing Equipment You don’t want a flat tire to sideline your trip.
If you work around horses long enough, an emergency will arise. Being able to remain calm and think clearly during an emergency involving a horse is an important skill to have.
Show season is upon us! If you’re gearing up for your first show this season, you may find that you’ve a bit nervous about the outcome.
Thursday, April 17 2014 by Editor
If you are planning on letting your child take horseback riding lessons in the future, then you will want to make sure that your child’s introduction to horses is a positive one.
When handle your horses’ care yourself, you know all of the details of their day-to-day care.
Show season is upon us, and now is the time to prepare yourself and your horse. While you’re probably used to many aspects of show day preparation like cleaning tack and braiding, there are a few preparations that are less standard, but just as important. Check the Show Rulebook Before you start packing up to head off to the show, check the rulebook to make sure that you and your horse will be legal in the competition
If your child wants to learn to ride horses, you’ll quickly discover that riding is an expensive hobby. If you’re on a tight budget, though, that doesn’t mean that your child can’t learn to ride.
Have you ever heard of the Florida Cracker Horse? If not, perhaps you’ve heard of the Seminole Pony, the Florida Cow Pony, or the Chickasaw Pony. The Florida Cracker horse goes by all of these names and originates from – you guessed it – Florida, USA.