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With an enthusiastic cheer from the grandstand, the horses head for the far turn and into the homestretch. Trotting at full speed, one of them puts a head in front as he and his driver cross the wire—the winners!...
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The Haflinger

The sound of hooves can be heard clip-clopping on the narrow cobbled streets of a tiny mountain village. A small horse comes into view, its pale gold coat glowing warmly in the sun. A cart follows behind, filled with...
In the 60 years since its founding, the work of the Tempel Lipizzans has educated and inspired many generations of Americans on cultural and equine histories and on the art of dressage. Located just 45 miles north of Chicago,...
Growing up in Germany, Sandra Williamson (previously Clark) has always had a love for horses. She began riding when she was a little girl and was finally able to own her first horse at 13. Williamson excelled in English,...
The Welsh breed is divided into four sections based on size and type: Section A, the Welsh Mountain Pony; Section B, the Welsh Pony; Section C, the Welsh Pony of Cob Type; and Section D, the Welsh Cob. If...
Prevailing during the 2020 pandemic, the Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) successfully rescheduled its Youth World Championship Show to run concurrently with its World Championship Show for the first time ever—and both shows were a success. The event ran October...
You're sitting in the shade at a horse show watching a western pleasure class, when your friend points to a spotted equine and says: “Hey, look at that cute Appaloosa over there!” You look—but it’s too small to be...
When the Spanish came to conquer the New World in the 1400s, they did more than war with native cultures and ransack their gold. They also brought horses with them—special gaited horses that would go on to populate the...
Before tractors and farm machinery, draft horses were an essential part of family farms. These large, hardworking horses pulled plows and logs in many countries, fulfilling their jobs in a quiet, steadfast manner.Although machines have mostly replaced horsepower, draft...
Follow the journey of Alyssa Mathews, founder of Discover the Horse project, which follows the quest of one woman's journey to ride every breed of horse.Standing on a remote beach in Ireland, I breathed in the salty air and...
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