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The courageous war horse known as Sergeant Reckless, a onetime racehorse who served as a U.S. Marine in "the Forgotten War," comes to life in literary form.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals recently announced the winners of its annual Help a Horse Home: ASPCA Equine Adoption Challenge, which is designed to increase adoptions of equines around the country. More than 170 equine...

Late In the Game

By Jill Donovan I don’t remember who I was talking to or where I was, but her statement stuck with me. She said, “You should try riding horses. If you’re not 100 percent in the moment, you’ll risk killing yourself.”...
The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is a must-see destination in Fort Worth, Texas. Since its opening in 2002, just beside the historic Will Rogers Equestrian Center, the museum has paid tribute to the women who shaped...
A new television series debuted on the Paramount Network, Wednesday, July 24, 2019. The program chronicles the journey of eight horse reining professionals as they prepare for a Western-based competition. “The Last Cowboy,” an unscripted television series, airs Wednesday at...
  It didn’t look like very much equipment, I thought, as I watched the representative from the company unpack the few boxes that had arrived. A large centrifuge was parked on the counter and a small container of cartridges sat...
  By Horse illustrated Staff with the Dude Ranchers’ Association A memorable and life-changing vacation should be on everyone’s bucket list. For some people, that vacation would entail a beach paradise or traveling overseas to a foreign country. But for horse lovers,...
When Jill Elbrecht became pregnant with her son Benjamin, she worried about how she would keep her mare Betsy in shape when she could no longer ride. “I didn’t want Betsy in her stall going stir-crazy, but I didn’t want...
English rider in the warmup ring at a horse show

Ready, Set, Show

Years ago, horse shows were primarily defined by whether you wanted to walk/trot/canter (and maybe jump) or walk/jog/lope (and perhaps chase a cow). In contrast, today’s horse show world also includes intriguing opportunities like western dressage, ranch versatility, competitive...
Bring along a pit crew. Juggling entry forms and grooming tools while also changing in and out of various outfits can leave you haggard—and potentially smeared with boot polish and slobber. Enlist a helpful pal (or two) so...
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