This week, historian-in-residence Lorraine Jackson pays tribute to the role horses played in the development of industry in America and beyond. (more…)
Happy President’s Day! Horse Nation’s historian-in-residence Lorraine Jackson discovers that our nation’s founding father was also our country’s first breeder of mules.
This week Lorraine Jackson concludes her deeply fascinating three-part series on the little-known story of Judith Gyurky and her Clover Horses. (more…)
Pop quiz: Whose idea was it to replace the White House stables with a four-car garage? Our historian-in-residence Lorraine Jackson has the answer. (more…)
Lorraine Jackson’s bucket list, item #731: Watch a performance of the Lippizans at the Spanish Riding School. Check. (more…)
HN Contributor Lorraine Jackson stumbles upon a festival of inner-city horse racing in Budapest. (more…)
Lorraine Jackson recounts what she learned about a third-world, former-Soviet country from its people’s relationships with their horses. (more…)