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The International Andalusian and Lusitano Horse Association (IALHA) made the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas, their home for the 2019 IALHA National Championship Horse Show. From November 5-9, more than 90 of the country’s top purebred...
The International Friesian Show Horse Association (IFSHA) hosted their 15th annual World and Grand National Championships in Springfield, Ohio, at the Champions Center in October, with 141 purebred and part-bred Friesians from all over the country competing. What once started...
Working in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Wild Horse and Burro Program, the Mustang Heritage Foundation (MHF) recently achieved remarkable highs by placing 2,623 wild horses and burros into private care through adoptions and sales. This...
The American Morgan Horse Association (AMHA) welcomed nearly 1,000 Morgan horses to the 2019 Grand National and World Championship Morgan Horse Show. Held at the State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, Okla., October 12-19, the best of the breed...
EQUUS Film Festival welcomes Keron Psillas Oliveira as the official 2019 EQUUS Film & Arts Fest Artist. The festival is December 5-8, 2019, at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Ky., in the Wrigley Media Group Theaters. The pop-up...
One breed you’ll probably recognize instantly is the Norwegian Fjord Horse. If you’ve seen the  popular movie Frozen—and who hasn’t?—you’re familiar with the animated rendition of the breed. Anna’s pleasantly plump mount and Hans’ majestic equine companion are both...
Proud, majestic and—most of all—free. These are the characteristics people cherish about the American Mustang, the wild horse that has lived off the land in North America for centuries. Although equines originally lived on the continent, horses had become extinct...
Watching the famous Chincoteague pony auction in July of 2017, 13-year-old John Price wished he could bring home a foal—perhaps one with pinto markings. One by one, the foals entered the paddock that day while the herd of island...
It’s the late 1800s, and a caravan of brightly colored covered wagons moves slowly through the Irish countryside. The hand-carved detail on the ornate coaches are surpassed in beauty only by the equines that pull them. The nomadic people...
The Standardbred breed traces its origins to a champion trotting horse born in the mid-1800s named Hambletonian 10. Standardbreds are still used in harness racing today, but they excel in second careers off-the-track as trail, sport, and show...
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