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Jumping My Polo Horse Bareback
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This video shows myself and my Polo horse simply being ourselves and having a great time! Everything in this video is bareback, it is a complete no saddle zone! The only tack used is always either a bridle or a halter an ...
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Old Joe - Chapter 5
10th Nov 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
I couldn’t believe my eyes. For having been so little there before, it looked like a whole town had been turned inside out. Ben shook his head, and walked down to the trail slowly, carefully, picking out way around what was now debris but doubtless once had been the treasures of ...
Your Horse From the Ground Up - The Hindquarters
21st Oct 2012   |   General   |   mosquito
We’ve seen how the lower legs and hoof all work together to help the horse move, even without any muscles there. Now let’s start looking at how the muscles of the horse really give him power, speed, and balance. Where better to start than the actual ‘engine’ of the horse, the hin ...
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Your Horse from the Ground Up - The Lower Leg - Part 2
8th Sep 2012   |   Care and Grooming   |   mosquito
We’ve taken a look at the solid structures of the lower leg – the bones – now let’s see what makes those bones move. First of all, remember that there are no muscles below the knee or the hock, so there’s no actual ‘engine’ to move these bones. It all comes from a network of liga ...
Old Joe - Chapter 4
25th Aug 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
There was no shelter, no trees, nothing. Ben called again and we turned further right, angling away from the train. We were going uphill, and that seemed even more foolish to me until we reached the crest. What goes up, goes down, and Ben was seeking shelter on the other side of ...
Old Joe - Chapter 3
5th Aug 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
It wasn’t long before Luke rode up alongside us on Snowy. I couldn’t see him for my blinkers, but I could hear Snowy’s little quick hoofbeats and smell his carroty breath. Snowy reached over and gave me a nip on my muzzle; I turned my head to tell him off, when I saw what he was ...
Old Joe - Chapter 2
29th Jul 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
As the sun grew higher in the sky, the dew dried on the grass, and the last few lingering clouds fluttered and disappeared. The bright blue sky – with that deep blue of a cold morning – changed to a softer hue, as a muggy haze began to crawl out of the west. I don’t mind working ...
Your Horse From the Ground Up - The Lower Leg - Part 1
19th Jul 2012   |   General   |   mosquito
Now that we have the foundations – the hoof – let’s move up our horse and find out a little more about how he moves. In this article we’ll visit the lower leg. For the most part, the front and hind legs (below the knee and hock) are pretty much the same, but after this feature, w ...
Old Joe - Chapter 1
15th Jul 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
I heard the rooster crow, and shifted in my stall to try and stretch as much as I could. First he crows, then Farmer Ben comes along, Bess and I have breakfast, and we get to work. Sunday was yesterday, when we got brushed up nice, Amy put a ribbon in our forelocks, and we took t ...
A Brave Marine - Sergeant Reckless
11th Jul 2012   |   Equine History and Culture   |   mosquito
This isn’t the story of just any marine. Sergeant Reckless was unique. First of all, I think I’m safe in saying she was the first female marine ever, certainly the first to be promoted to Sergeant. She was like her comrades in many ways – She liked a good breakfast of scrambled e ...
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Your Horse from the Ground Up - Part Two - The Hoof
16th Jun 2012   |   Care and Grooming   |   mosquito
Now it’s time to take a look at what’s going on inside your horse’s hoof – it’s just as fascinating as all the structures on the outside, and just as important to your horse’s health. First, let’s talk about the bones inside the hoof and what they do. The pedal bone is the lar ...
Your Horse from the Ground Up - Part One - The Hoof
13th May 2012   |   Care and Grooming   |   mosquito
Understanding your horse’s anatomy is important. It will help you understand how your horse moves, and how to train him effectively and prevent injuries. It will help you protect your horse from disease and illness, and keep him feeling his best. If you are shopping for a horse, ...
Best Horse Movies - Ever!
20th Feb 2012   |   General   |   mosquito
If you’ve been to see war Horse lately, then you’ve been to see a pretty amazing movie. What makes it so special? Well, because it isn’t just about horses or for horsey people. The best horse movies have a human element; one that reflects on an important historical event or perio ...
Meeting a Kentucky Derby Winner
16th Nov 2011   |   Shows and Events   |   mosquito
One of the benefits of being in a syndicate is the farm visits that the organizers arrange for their members. Out here in the Pacific Northwest, we don’t have many of the massive breeding farms that you find in Kentucky, but do have some hidden gems. One of these is Ben Root’s Oa ...
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Owning a Racehorse – End of Season Update!
7th Nov 2011   |   Shows and Events   |   mosquito
I was sure it was going to be her day. After all, she’d run close to winning most of her previous races, and the horses that beat her were now out of maiden races (races for horses that have never won a race). That left us with just the fillies she’d beaten before, so today had t ...
It All Starts Here - A Visit To A Racehorse Auction
25th Sep 2011   |   General   |   mosquito
September 6 was the date of the Washington Thoroughbred Breeders and Owners Association annual yearling auction. Each year, the very best of Washington bred yearlings (plus some incomers form out of state and some mares and older horses) pass through the sales ring at Emerald Dow ...
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Five Tips For A Perfect Dressage Test
19th Sep 2011   |   Dressage   |   mosquito
Every competition with horses is a test – and not just a test of how well you and your horse have trained at home to prepare for the show. They are also a test of you and your horse’s nerves. Can your horse stay focused with all the distractions? Can you stay focused under the pr ...
My Top Five Favorite Horse Products
14th Sep 2011   |   Product Reviews   |   mosquito
Horse people are funny. On the one hand, they love new products and constantly seek out the latest innovations to make their horse healthier, happier, or perform better. They’ll spend lots of cash to get the newest, latest clever idea. Sometimes they work, and sometimes they don’ ...
When The Horrible Happens - Putting A Horse Down
21st Aug 2011   |   Care and Grooming   |   mosquito
Sometimes we have to make tough decisions as horse owners. A horse we love may get old, sick, or injured, and we have to face the difficult question of whether his quality of life is fair to him, or whether it is time to call it a day and gently put our ailing horse down. If a ho ...
Five Things The Older Horse Needs
14th Aug 2011   |   General   |   mosquito
Owning a horse is a big responsibility, and it doesn’t end when your horse starts to age. If you have an older horse that is winding down, isn’t able to go riding very much (or at all), or even is deep into his twilight years you have a duty to provide him with the care that he d ...
Owning A Racehorse Update
31st Jul 2011   |   Shows and Events   |   mosquito
You may remember a previous article by me, ‘Owning a racehorse may be closer than you think’, about venturing into racehorse syndicates. I shared with you pictures of Redseasalt, the filly we had bought a share in, and promised I’d let you know how it went. here’s the first updat ...
Five Things To Do For Your Horse Today
25th Jul 2011   |   General   |   mosquito
If it’s summertime where you are, chances are you’re getting out to ride almost every day. But when it’s hot, the grass is sweet, and you are planning a ride, why not do something else? Something to make your horse a little happier, healthier, and more comfortable? Here are a few ...
Dotty’s Story - Chapter Seventeen - The End
17th Jul 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
Dottie woke up to the trailer lurching to a stop. She tried to scramble to her feet, but her leg was throbbing, and she just didn’t have room. She could hear horses calling out, sounds that made her feel strangely cold. She could smell the horses, the dust, and a horrible mildew- ...
Five Reasons Not To Breed Your Mare
16th Jul 2011   |   General   |   mosquito
When you have a horse you love, and it’s a mare, it’s tempting to dream of the day when she could have a foal for you. But it’s a big decision to breed your own mare, and not one to be taken lightly, or just because you want a little ‘mini-me’ of your beloved mare. Here are a few ...
Dotty’s Story – Chapter Sixteen
2nd Jul 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
The days went by in a blur. Dotty felt sleepy most days, her head heavy with medications and exhaustion. Despite everything, her leg still hurt, and she seldom left her stall. Katie would come by several times a day, remove the bandage, hose and treat her leg, and wrap it up agai ...
Socks For Horses
30th Jun 2011   |   Product Reviews   |   mosquito
For horses with chronic conditions like arthritis, which have difficulty moving but who really need to maintain their circulation to reduce inflammation in the lower leg, the whinny warmers are ideal. They provide just enough compression and warmth to aid circulation, without con ...
Top Five Mistakes Made Lunging A Horse
21st Jun 2011   |   Horse Training   |   mosquito
Lunging a horse is a great way to build fitness for your horse, and when used correctly, it can improve your horse’s movement, balance, and flexibility. If you don’t have much time, you want to see how your horse is moving, or there is a particular aspect of your horse’s performa ...
Dotty’s Story – Chapter Fifteen
17th Jun 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
Dotty hated the smell of the horse ambulance. Her eyes were blurry with the pain, but she could smell the anxiety, the hopelessness of hundreds of horses before her still lingering in the ambulance. Every bump over the track sent another wave of heat and pain shooting up her leg ...
Owning A Racehorse May Be Closer Than You Think!
8th Jun 2011   |   General   |   mosquito
The racetrack is an amazing place – full of hope, energy, and dreams. As a child, my parents would take me to the tracks of Maryland and Delaware, and I’d be overwhelmed by all the colors, the beautiful horses, and the excitement of a race. I’d look enviously at the grooms, who I ...
Dotty’s Story – Chapter Fourteen
21st May 2011   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
As he dropped her at the starting stalls, she watched him lope away. For the first time she noticed the scars on his quarters, scars from whips long ago. Dotty shook her head and turned to the starting stalls. ‘Focus’ she said to herself. ‘You can do this!’ She walked into th ...
The Lowdown On Buying Horse Insurance
13th May 2011   |   General   |   mosquito
I have mentioned horse insurance in a few other articles, and frankly I’m a fan. I have always insured my horses, and I have always been glad I did. Insurance can take away the worry of unexpected vet bills, or the risk of making an unpleasant decision on the basis of money. I ...
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