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Horse Illustrated

Welcome to Horse Illustrated’s weekly installment of the My Right Horse Adoptable Horse of the Week, offered in partnership with The Right Horse. Levi is this week's adoptable horse. Check back weekly for a new featured horse so you...
Many equestrian disciplines require the horse to go on a loose rein, at least part of the time. But in dressage, there is a constant connection between the horse’s mouth and the rider’s hand, called contact.Developing and maintaining correct...
Horses are some of the most majestic animals on this planet—and if you don’t believe us, just take a moment to watch one running in a field. Their movements are so graceful, so powerful, it’s no surprise that these...
To score well in horse show trail classes, you must pay attention to details. Glancing in the wrong direction or allowing your horse to take an extra step between carefully measured poles can cost precious points. Top trainer Shaun...
America’s national parks are considered the country’s jewels, and with good reason. They represent the most unique and stunning natural treasures in the United States. For equestrians, the absolute best way to experience a national park is from the...
When my daughter was 2 years old, she was playing at a friend’s farm that was home to a pony ride business. I’d started the search for her own pony, because I wanted something she could lead around the...
Despite their reactive reputation, horses are not always easy to read—particularly when they are well-trained. Ol’ Fred may seem calm and cool on the outside, but inside he may be shaking in his horseshoes. A recent study out of...
The ASPCA’s Right Horse Initiative strongly believes that great work deserves to be celebrated. From the veterinarians, farriers, volunteers, and trainers to the incredible storytellers who help spread the word about equine adoption, it takes a network of support...
Dr. Diehl describes in her Vet Adventures column what happens next in life to a gray horse with a serious lameness diagnosis. Does he have hope for a good home?After several hours of diagnostics on Olaf, a 13-year-old gray...
In this story from writer Stacey McKenna, she describes the life lessons she learns from Daisy the Wonder Mule.In the book Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell argues that it takes 10,000 hours of focused practice to master a skill. Most equestrians...
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