Today is Indigenous Peoples Day in the United States. So, in true Horse Nation fashion, we love to look at the relationship of indigenous people to horses. Spoiler alert: horses transformed the lives of many Native Americans. (more…)
The Wheeler Museum at the USHJA headquarters has debuted a new exhibit honoring the evolution of horse show photography from its earliest days to modern trends. Noelle Maxwell catches up with curator Denise Quirk for a behind-the-scenes look.
While the Budweiser Clydesdales might be the best-known of the great draft horse hitches (and the only big hitch still in rotation), commercial hitches have a long, rich history in the US. Here are a few hitches you might not know.
Melanie Eberhardt of Women of Age Riding Horses, or WARHorses, tells the remarkable tale of Charley Parkhurst, a legendarily-tough stagecoach driver of the California frontier — and reveals Charley’s deepest secret.
The ramifications of last week’s “Brexit” vote are still being hashed out by politicians, pundits and mainstream media — but what might this historic decision mean for the equine industry? Leslie Threlkeld takes a look.