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5 Random and/or Ridiculous Equine Pop Culture References

Spotting a random horse or horse reference in your favorite form of pop culture always makes one do a double-take, feeling as though some secret has been revealed to the general public. Mary Hollis Baird dishes on five horses in current pop culture.

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‘I’ve Got Time’: Horse Training’s Key Words

“I’ve got time! I’d like to shout this out to every rider who suddenly runs into problems and can’t come to an agreement with his or her horse.” This excerpt from Dr. Gerd Heuschmann’s Tug of War explores the concept.

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Shya’s Behind-the-Scenes WEG Journal

Equestrian artist Shya Beth shares her view on WEG!

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HN Blogger Contest, Round Two: The Appeal of Horses: Freedom, Equality & Friendship

“Every time I’m privileged enough to ride around our lanes and see a young girl or boy stare

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HN Blogger Contest, Round Two: Where Have All the Horse Girls Gone?

“But deep down, that horse crazy girl is still inside. Living vicariously through others. Those of us blessed

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HN Blogger Contest: Our Responsibility to the Future of Our Sport

“I brought him up close and personal to the event and let him get his hands dirty. Suddenly

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HN Blogger Contest, Round Two: Let’s Go Viral

“The thing is — the future of equestrian related activities relies on the passion that present-day horse-lovers share.”

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HN Blogger Contest, Round Two: Being a ‘Horse Person’

“But despite all of these efforts, if we’re unkind to the people we’re trying to recruit, none of

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The Working Student Survival Guide

You landed that coveted working student position with your most idolized trainer… now what? Elise Fleischman of Entrigue

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Painful vs. Non-Painful Lameness

“To most of us, a lame horse is a horse in pain. While this is true in the

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HN Blogger Contest: In Defense of Wasting the Horse

“Sometimes I wonder where he would be with a more dedicated rider. I wonder if he would be

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HN Blogger Contest: When the Non-Horsey Boyfriend Tries to Impress

“I told him about my horse passion, and that I hadn’t been around them for a year. That’s

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HN Blogger Contest: Mustangs, IRL

“I don’t know about you, but I grew up absolutely obsessed with the movie Spirit. Fast forward fifteen

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HN Blogger Contest: The Adventure Begins

“’I do not need another horse. I do not need another horse,’ I muttered to myself as I

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HN Blogger Contest: 8 Truths If You Work In An Office & Own a Horse

“Teammates frantically shake their heads behind your back as an unsuspecting newbie asks about the framed picture on

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McLain Ward Wins $300K Hampton Classic GP

Dr. Gregory Beroza, aka HorseDoc® ‘Talking Horses’®, reports ringside from the Hampton Classic.

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Where to Go to Cowgirl Up

By Ruth Daly, Marketing Director at Ranch Rider.

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Why Horses Are a Child Therapist’s Best Friend

Horses have so many gifts to give. Devin Morrissey elaborates.

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Thoroughbred Incentive Program August Youth Ambassador: Jesse Gaudry

“Thoroughbreds are so smart and athletic. And that the T.I.P. program is so very important to the breed

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Stand By Me: Long-Reining Basics

In this excerpt from the book Long-Reining with Double Dan Horsemanship, renowned entertainers and clinicians Dan James and

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Info Graph: What Horses Can & Can’t Eat

There are plenty of foods that can make great treats for your horse — but not everything is

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