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Highland Pony trotting in a field

Highland Pony

When Mel Gibson galloped across the silver screen as Sir William Wallace in the Academy Award-winning film Braveheart, his beautiful bay mount was big and majestic. But in truth, the real William Wallace, a Medieval knight who defeated the...
We see them during the Super Bowl in Budweiser commercials. They tour the country, making special appearances as a six-horse hitch in full harness. Even if you’re not a horse person, the Budweiser Clydesdales have something magical about them. Michelle...
If you want to ride like royalty, think small. Just ask England’s Queen Elizabeth, who prefers to ride around the grounds of Windsor Castle on her beloved Fell Ponies. The Queen has often been photographed on her favorite Fell,...
It was the turn of the 19th century. The American West, from the Great Plains into the Rocky Mountains and beyond, remained virtually uncharted by adventurers of European heritage. The Crow and the Lakota nations, on the other hand,...
Haflinger horse being shown in-hand

Happiness is a Haflinger

Versatility is important these days. Equestrians want to try many riding activities, and they need the right horse. Each breed is backed by a history of being bred to do either a specific task or a variety of them. When...
Clydesdale Hitch

The Clydesdale

If you own a television, you’ve seen them. They’re usually moving in slow motion, with white-feathered legs traveling back and forth in perfect unison. They might be galloping across wide-open plains or through deep snow. Their beauty and majesty...
There are horses of all different colors and patterns, but did you know that there are even horses with curly hair? Curly Horses have curly coats, manes and tails, and even their eyelashes and whiskers can be curly! Coat...
Getting to know the Paso Fino starts with a little language lesson. In Spanish, paso means walk, and fino means fine. The Paso Fino is literally the horse with the fine walk! Paso Finos can walk, trot and canter like...
Morgan Horse Mare and Foal

The Morgan Horse

Imagine Vermont in the late 1700s, where farming and logging provided sustenance to the first Americans. Horses were essential to their existence, and farmers and loggers used the same animals to ride from village to village, to pull their...
Life in Tudor England wasn’t easy. Most people worked hard and ate little, toiling in fields and struggling to grow enough food to survive. Some of these poor farmers were fortunate enough to own work animals such as oxen,...
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