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Operating a Harvest Grain Binder

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Memories of harvesting grain with a horse drawn implement.

RECORD YEAR AND VICTORIA COLVIN CAPTURE WRENWOODS FARM GREEN CONFORMATION HUNTER DIVISION DURING WCHR...

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Traverse City, Mich. – July 15, 2021 – The Wrenwood Farms Green Conformation Hunter Division came to a close during World Champion Hunter Rider (WCHR)...

EQUUS Foundation Announces It’s Newest Equine Ambassador, Serena Marron’s Rapidash and the Launch of...

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  The EQUUS Foundation is pleased to welcome Rapidash, owned and ridden by Serena Marron, as an EQUUS Foundation Equine Ambassador. Rapidash joins Cacan, the first...

Bennett Kitchens and Clearview Emerge Victorious in Brandywine Equitation Cup Classic to Conclude Week...

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    Devon, Pa. - July 12, 2021 - The 2021 Brandywine Horse Shows, sponsored by Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund and presented by Taylor Harris Insurance Services,...

SIGHTLESS MAN TUNED OUR PIANO

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-By Orv Alveshere-INTENTLY WATCHING A TALENTED PROFESSIONALWe’d unhitched horses.  A car drove into our yard at noon.The driver asked us “If our piano was...

Cowboy Up is Back!

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We hope you will join us in McLeod ND for the 2021 ride. Cowboy Up Ride Against Cancer is August 20 and 21, 2021. There...

Animal welfare groups commend U.S. House of Representatives for passing critical amendment to ban...

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The Carter-Fitzpatrick Amendment to the INVEST in America Act bans the transport of equines for the purpose of slaughter WASHINGTON  – The U.S. House of...

Quiet Your Horse’s Allergies through Herbs and Key Nutrients

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-By Juliet M. Getty, Ph.D.- Allergies are a common complaint, especially during the warmer months. The typical treatment involves antihistamines or steroids. And these drugs...

Personality and How It Can Effect the Training of Your Horse — Part II

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-By Charles Wilhelm- We’ve been talking about the part that personality plays in the training of a horse. We know about the herd instinct and...