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Four Kansans Headed For Competition At National Finals Rodeo In Las Vegas
Four Kansans Headed For Competition At National Finals Rodeo In Las Vegas
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Miss Rodeo Kansas Brooke Wallace, Council Grove, is competing at the Miss Rodeo America Pageant during the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. Four of the best of the best in the sport of rodeo hail from Kansas. One cowgirl and three cowboys ...
By Frank J. Buchman
Can Horses & Donkeys Live Together?
Can Horses & Donkeys Live Together?
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Horses and donkeys look quite similar in terms of body shape and many other qualities, but there are some key differences between them. Such similarities are quite helpful for them to adjust if kept along side each other. Despite their list of di...
By Team HorseClicks
Thoroughpins - What Causes Them & How Should They Be Treated
Thoroughpins - What Causes Them & How Should They Be Treated
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Thoroughpin is a condition in which the tendon that’s located over the hock has swollen. This condition does not cause pain to your horse and generally won’t cause lameness. In some cases, Thoroughpins are caused by poor conformation...
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What is a Percheron Horse?
The Percheron is a draft horse originating from the Perche region in France. It is known for its strength and sturdy build, with most horses standing between 15 to 17 hands high and weighing up to 1,800 pounds. As a result of this strength, they are used for various heavy-duty tasks such as farming and logging, but they can also be ridden or harnessed for light work like show competition or pleasure riding. Their color variations include chestnut, black, gray and bay.