Jimmy Wofford Hearts Horse Nation #WHY YOU SHOULD, TOO
Contributor Guidelines #CAN I GET A HOOF WITH THIS THING?
Become a Horse Nation Sponsor! #IT'S A WIN-WIN SITUATION
How to Trim Your Young Horse's Hooves #SMARTPAK STORY OF THE WEEK
Tip Your Editors
email | twitter
Secretariat? Milton? Theodore O’Connor? Today we expand the parameters of yesterday’s “Let’s Discuss” topic to include any horse in history.
Photo: Secretariat winning the Kentucky Derby in 1973. Wikimedia Commons.
subscribe to comments RSS
There are 6 comments for this post
Snowman…Gem Twist…or Shutterfly…oh there’s so many!
I’m with Amanda. I would take a ride on Snowman anyday and I would LOVE to have a go at XC on Teddy!
I’d love to ride a round on Ahlerich, Reiner Klimke’s Gold Medal mount.
I would like to ride Oh Star, a truly great horse unfortunately retired just as he was coming into his prime.
I’d love a ride on Bucephalus, Alexander the Great’s war horse. Undoubtedly, Bucephalus was an Iberian horse–like one of my mares–and as a war horse he would have been trained to be very light off the leg. Also, as a war horse, he would have been extremely intelligent.
Zenyatta, Teddy O’Connor, or Woodburn
* these are required fields
THE WORLD'S ONLY HORSE HUMOR SITE, SINCE 1931 | © 2012 by HORSE NATION all rights reserved.
subscribe via RSS