Thursday 02 January 2014
Drum roll please......and the WINNER IS..... Steve Cade from Texas with this adorable submission.
General Equestrian News Monday 02 December 2013
According to the Oklahoma Equine Alliance, the economic impact generated by the Equine Industry in that state reached $3.6 bi...
General Equestrian News Monday 25 November 2013
Indiana law enforcement is investigating a trio of incidents involving horsehair theft.
General Equestrian News Monday 18 November 2013
The 50-year anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy is this Friday. In memory of the president, the wor...
One lucky horse gets titanium horse shoes thanks to the magic of 3D printing.
General Equestrian News Monday 14 October 2013
Horses can’t speak to us, at least not with their voices, but that doesn’t mean they don’t provide ...
General Equestrian News Friday 20 September 2013
In 1966, Blair Folck, the owner of National Equine Sales was in an Ohio Quarter Horse Association board meeting when he repo...
General Equestrian News Monday 16 September 2013
The gate is on the other side. No, the other side. The o...
General Equestrian News Monday 09 September 2013
Horse Welfare News Wednesday 21 August 2013
A scene in downtown Salt Lake Saturday drew a lot of onlookers including PETA.
Tuesday 20 August 2013
General Equestrian News Tuesday 18 June 2013
June 30th at Oakridge Arena - Newark, Notts, sees an invasion of miniature horses, all gathering with one intention, to share the spotlights at the MiniHorseSales UK & USA Day summer show. We h...
General Equestrian News Wednesday 28 November 2012
A mysterious crime has been working its way around Taber and surrounding areas in the South of Canada. The numerous numbers of horses that have had their tails chopped off are being looked into. O...
Horse Welfare News Tuesday 20 November 2012
The Hobbit is part of the Lord of the Rings films, set before any of the films that have been released so far.
General Equestrian News Friday 16 November 2012
Francis Kelly caused an uproar from the police when he fed Scottish police horses sausage rolls. Although he was told to stop, Kelly, 41, carried on therefore was charged with breach of the peace....