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B*I Gods Lady Man is a 13.2 hand Thoroughbred stallion who as a 13-year-old sat in the #1 rank with 1,733,100 PB in winnings. This stallion is by the 21st generation 17 hand ! GODZILLA and the mare GS Lady Famine, who re ...
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Horse Care During COVID-19
9th May 2020   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
Stables are dealing with restrictions and recommendations from various government agencies around the world. Depending on where you live, your stable might be closed to visitors altogether. But that doesn’t mean your horse isn’t being looked after. ...
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Worlds Most Expensive Horse Trailer
8th May 2020   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
At this point, I think all of us just want to go somewhere. Even a trip to the feed store would feel like an occasion. But, if we’re going to make a break for it, why not go in style? Why not a Freightliner getaway vehicle attached to the world’s most expensive horse trailer? Mad ...
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Make A Walking Paper Horse
6th May 2020   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
You probably can’t go out and watch a horse race right now, but you can hold one in your own living room! One sheet of paper will be enough to make a whole stable of horses, and you need something like a board or large book for your ‘track’. The instructions come with troubleshoo ...
Equine Industry Financial Impact From COVID-19
4th May 2020   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
There’s no doubt the competition season has been put on hold, at least in the northern hemisphere, while we deal with the effects of CoVID-19. And that has a lot of repercussions for the horse industry. The possible financial fallout of the lockdowns is also something that those ...
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Rescue Homes For Carriage Horses
3rd May 2020   |   Horse Rescue and Abuse   |   Winniefield Park
As of January 1, 2020, the carriage trade came to an end. As a result, the calache horses were given other jobs, or retired. One organization, A Horse Tales Rescue is providing homes for former carriage trade horses, helping them transition from work to retirement. ...
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Human Endurance Compared to Horses
2nd May 2020   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
How do humans and horses compare when it comes to running endurance races? There are some key differences between a horse and a human when it comes to how far and fast they can run. And one of those differences is the mind of the runner. This is an interesting look at how the hum ...
Horse Patrol Used In Covid Enforcement
30th Apr 2020   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
In Al-Weer Dubai, mounted officers are watching for people who are not following the rules, and using horses to access narrow lanes and alleys where vehicles might have difficulty traveling. The horses used are ex-racehorses and the officers are tasked with determining if residen ...
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Cowboy Rides Drunk
27th Apr 2020   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Is it safer to ride a horse than drive a car when you’re intoxicated. That's what one would be cowboy thought. But, the police thought differently. The man tied his horse up outside a bar, and when he was ready to leave mounted up, but not before trying to bring the horse inside. ...
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Popular PonyBox Horse Breeds
26th Apr 2020   |   Ponybox News   |   Winniefield Park
Horse breed popularity, like many other things fluctuates, and fads start and end, sometimes very quickly. There are a few breeds that are tried and true, and can be counted on to help build a successful stable. Others are fun, unusual, and may be more of a risk, but become popul ...
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Horse Galloping on Highway Leads Police On High Speed Chase
25th Apr 2020   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Police were recently involved in a risky high speed chase when a horse escaped from its pasture. The horses made some dangerous evasion tactics but police were not outwitted. The pursuit ended after tense moments with suspects finally cornered and subdued in a deadend. ...
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Why Equestrians Relate to Tiger King
23rd Apr 2020   |   General   |   Polo the Weirdo
With the Covid-19 pandemic sweeping the globe, people the world over are doing exactly what one would expect modern man to do in a time of great crisis. They are binge-watching eccentric Netflix documentaries. The specific documentary to which I refer is, of course, the infamous ...
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Flood Horses Still Need Homes
19th Apr 2020   |   Horse Rescue and Abuse   |   Winniefield Park
The floodwaters may have receded in the states hit by the flooding of 2019, but the clean up continues. And many, but not all animals displaced by the disaster have found their homes. Some flood rescued horses still need to find new homes, like these two mares, are still looking ...
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27 Charged in Huge Race Horse Doping Scandal
18th Apr 2020   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Twenty-seven people have been charged in a racehorse doping scandal that has international connections. After an FBI investigation, it was discovered veterinarians, top trainers including the trainer of last year’s Kentucky Derby contender. ...
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The Terminator COVID Horse Tweet
16th Apr 2020   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Whiskey and Lulu are spreading the message about not spreading the virus. The tweet, videoed from the comfort of Schwarzenegger’s kitchen table, has the Terminator actor and his two equine companions urging the public to stay at home as much as possible and ...
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Adorable Golden Retriever Befriends Horses
15th Apr 2020   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
We’re being warned about keeping our distance in an effort not to spread The Covid-19 virus. Stables are shut down and equine events from clinics to shows are cancelled or postponed. Stay two yards away from others, wash your hands and stay in your homes is the advice. Unfortunat ...
The Pedigree of 3Pd Armoury Delight Goes Back 9 Years
12th Apr 2020   |   Ponybox News   |   Winniefield Park
Are good horses born or made? In the Ponybox world, a lot of work goes into developing a top ranking horse. How long can it take? Here’s a look at the pedigree of top horse 3Pd Armoury Delight going back to 2011. ...
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How to Stay Sane During Lockdown - A Guide for Equestrians
11th Apr 2020   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Polo the Weirdo
With our current global pandemic, many equestrians the world over are suddenly being forced to face a horseless reality as entire nations enter lockdown. It is a miserable and testing time, but equestrians are tough. We’re gonna make it. Unfortunately, we are also certifiably mad ...
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Horse Racing During COVID Lockdown
10th Apr 2020   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
We’re all social distancing and any event that involves more than a few dozen people is probably cancelled. Horse racing, like so many other sports, is having to adapt quickly. Some tracks are running races without crowds in the grandstands. Others are shut down or are currently ...
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Equestrian In Lockdown
5th Apr 2020   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Polo the Weirdo
On the first day of lockdown, most of us sat in our homes. Silent, shellshocked, looking through old pictures of our horses and trying to come to terms with the fact that we had to be without them for 3 whole weeks. Worrying about them getting bored standing in their paddocks. Wo ...
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Top 5 PonyBox Jumpers
4th Apr 2020   |   Ponybox News   |   Winniefield Park
It may be winter in the Northern Hemisphere but show season never slows down on Ponybox. Several horses have topped the 100” mark in jump offs. Here’s a look at the top five highest jumpers on Ponybox right now. ...
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Rescued Horses Had To Be Dug Out of Stalls
1st Apr 2020   |   Horse Rescue and Abuse   |   Winniefield Park
Animal rescuers in Massassachettes had to dig two horses out of their stalls after they discovered a horrific case of neglect. The two horses had sores on their back from rubbing on the rafters of their stalls because the manure was so high on the floor. Their legs were caked, an ...
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Horse Diagnosed with COVID-19 In Arizona
30th Mar 2020   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
Covid19, the new coronavirus that has turned into a global pandemic is affecting almost everything and certainly dominating the news. It’s likely to be that way for weeks, and possibly months to come. Coronaviruses take up residence in the lungs, and are zoonotic, which means the ...
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Dear Baby Horse - Regarding The Gate
29th Mar 2020   |   Horse Stories   |   Polo the Weirdo
I am a long-time sufferer of your shenanigans, and I am writing to express my concern about recent discussion and the pending decision to implement an exit the arena at any given opportunity policy. I understand that the decision is being considered to enable escape from work tha ...
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Awkward Wedding Proposal
24th Mar 2020   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
It’s always fun to see unusual marriage proposals. But some special moments shouldn’t be upstaged by a horse. Recently, a horse took center stage in a carefully planned proposal. She said yes, but with the horse taking nibbles at her beautiful bouquet of red roses, and worried th ...
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PonyBox Oldest Barns
22nd Mar 2020   |   Ponybox News   |   Winniefield Park
The Ponybox game foaled in 2001 and since then there have been a lot of changes. Servers have crashed, the rules have evolved. And many of the oldest barns have disappeared, or morphed into newer establishments as the game has changed. That makes it hard to identify the absolutel ...
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Wild Horses In Reno Streets
21st Mar 2020   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
You’d expect to have to head out into the wilderness to observe wild horses. But that isn’t the case in Reno, Nevada. In fact, it’s not unusual to see horses wandering through Reno neighborhoods and the streets of other nearby towns. Although they appear calm, horses and traffic ...
Horse Autism Therapy For Kids
20th Mar 2020   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
A new study suggests that kids with autism and ADHD may benefit from horseback riding lessons. Not only does riding help with motor function, strength, flexibility and dexterity, researchers also felt that that participants in the small study showed behaviour and academic improve ...
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Horses Are Weird
17th Mar 2020   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Horses are weird! Yes they are. They walk around on one finger, have few if any close relatives and as a species, have taken a strange circuitous route from North America and back again. Vloggers Hank and John, who call themselves the vlogbrothers take a look at all the wonderful ...
The Controversial Salt River Horses
16th Mar 2020   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Approximately 250 feral horses graze the floodplains of the Salt River and areas in the Tonto National Forest in Arizona. Once they were in danger of disappearing. But, a dedicated group of local advocates called Salt River Wild Horse Management Group was formed to prevent the cl ...
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11 Mares Rescued After Falling Thru Ice
15th Mar 2020   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Many places in the world are experiencing a warmer than average winter, and that means the freeze-up came later and the ice is not as thick as it would normally be. After 11 mares went through the ice, farmers in the South Ural's Bashkiriya region of Russia are warning people to ...
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