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Best Rank  1  | Best Jump  104.5"  | Winnings  7,222,400
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Surviving The Warm-up Arena
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Have you ever taken a moment at a show, to pause before entering the warm up? Do you ever look into that deadly hornetsí nest of an arena and think, 'Holy doughnuts, Iím going to get crushed in there!' If you havenít Ė g ...
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🔥 Hungryhorse Rescue Helping Ukraine War Horses
14th Apr 2022   |   Horse Rescue and Abuse   |   Winniefield Park
Hungryhorse Rescue is located in Ireland. They recently made a journey to the Ukrainian border to bring feed and other supplies to horses fleeing from the path of war. They are just one organization working hard to bring help to horse owners affected by the war in Ukraine. The pi ...
🐶 Help Pets in Ukraine War
12th Mar 2022   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Many of us have been watching the events in Ukraine unfold with despair. A humanitarian crisis the likes of which has not been seen since World War II is taking place. But, humans arenít the only ones to suffer. Animals too have been impacted. Thankfully, several countries have l ...
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Where To Find The Last Of The Wild Horses
19th Jun 2013   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Once upon a time, wild horses roamed the grassy plains of Asia, the Americas and areas of Europe. For the most part, they were small stocky, hardy, almost pony-like animals. Over time, they disappeared from the Americas, leaving only their fossilized remains as evidence of their ...
The Last Of The Wild Horse Breeds
28th Nov 2010   |   General   |   Pineh
The unique characteristics of the horse made it particularly valuable to hunters. The horse would eat grass, and the chlorophyll would release from the chloroplasts inside their mouths, creating a thick green mucus stored in the back of their throats. Yuck, right? Hunters would k ...
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