Type: Posts; User: horsetalk
I use these all the time and I doubt very much that normal use would ever cause them to break away.
What he actually said was "but you’re only as strong as the horse stock you’re on.”
Article: What is an aortic rupture?
An aortic rupture is a rare but deadly problem in horses.
Latest from Canada on EHV-1:
"The horse in Alberta confirmed with the neurological form of Equine Herpesvirus 1 did not attend the Utah show at the centre of the outbreak, but was in direct contact...
The Equibase link is brilliant ... thanks :)
is there a website or somewhere that race records and ownership of a horse can be looked up?
I joined the JC interactive thingie but i I was windy about giving over my credit card when I...
I found that rather scary! What were they thinking?? I could only watch about 2 minutes of it ...
We had a blog post on this back in February:
Confused about Rollkur? You’re not alone.
Another update, plus a short video:
Hello ... yes, we do have an update to this story:
and another with some comments from readers:...
we have just talked to Patrick Seaton and here is the latest:
What a relief!
for another perspective from someone who was there, read Jan Milne's comment piece.
and here is an interview from yesterday with the organiser Stuart Buntine.
We have a little more detail on the event here:
but there is not much official coming out as yet.
Note the horse's former rider was killed at...
There are a couple of pics here:
There is a bit of a misconception about 'what is an appaloosa'.
The grandsire of Broadcast News, Time Flies, is more than 75% thoroughbred; thus BN's sire (by Time Flies x a TB mare) is at least...
No :) These are horses bred on a high country station - mixed breeding, often with a bit of everything such as
clydesdale / draft
these horses are usually...