If you need motivation or something to inspire you, here is a true story that might change your attitude. Potato Richardson is a 72 years old horse rider and his horse is 14 year old Arabian Mare, but their age are not an issue when it comes to winning a competition. They won the Tevis Cup, which is known as the most grueling competition, because is a 100 miles in a day! Richardson together with…"You Could Never Be To Old For A Good Horsemanship"
Loosing the bridle was not an obstacle for this great pair to finish the Grand Prix. This is how a real partnership looks like. Gregory Wathelet and Conrad de Hus managed to jump 1.50 m without a bridle and with that they showed to everybody that, trust means everything when it comes to working in pair. A little malfunction didn’t stop them to accomplish their goal. No tack? No problem."Jumping 1.50 m Without A Bridle – It’s All About Trust!"
After reading this story, you must give your support to Stolen Horse International, because is such a great organization. Now listen and find out what we are talking about. 10 years ago a horse named Opie was stolen from his owner Michelle, but no matter what, the owner didn’t lose her hope, although she was heartbroken. Opie was just few years old when he was stolen from Michelle’s barn and after his disappearance everybody were…"Stolen Horse International Reunited Michelle and Opie After 10 Years"
This woman is an amazing hero and a great inspiration. As an 11 Years Old, Jaycee Dugard was kidnapped from her family. She has been captivated for 18 years nad she needed a lot more then she thought to reconnect with her family. So, she started the JAYC Foundation from where she shared her horse therapy. That therapy really helped her to get in touch with her mother again, because it was a difficult thing…"Horse Therapy Helped Jaycee After Being Kidnapped For 18 Years"
On Oct. 26, 2016. at the Pacific Views Event Center, Camp Pedleton hosted a ceremony, where statue was devoted to the most heroic horse ever known in history- Sgt.Reckless. Many soldiers who served in the Korean War, took a part in the ceremony. Harold Wadley who is a Korean War veteran, shared his story about Reckless with us. He said that nobody ever expected to see a horse in the middle of a war. According…"The Famous Korean War Horse Honored At Camp Pedleton"
While looking at Elisa’s Wallace and Fledge’s performance you might think that those moves are so easy to do. Competing at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival is a big deal for sure! This pair is an example of what partnership really means. Elisa and her mustang Fledge, won the Extreme Mustang Makeover with their brilliant performance. It’s like magic, first it starts as bareback dressage and then she takes off the bridle. Again, this…"Magical Performance At The Adequan Global Dressage Festival"
A foal had an accident while he and his mom were trying to cross a bridge. The baby’s hoof got trapped in the bridge, when a man came up and saw the mother of the foal who stood helplessly by his side. Thanks to that man things turned out well for the baby horse. We can’t even think of what would have happened to them if it wasn’t for that man. If there are more…"A Hero Saves Baby Horse Trapped On A Bridge"
This solution that Dr. Kathy Burma recently offered, looks very simple and it has logic. It was a case of laceration, but there was too much tension around the wound, so to repair it, she used two buttons. The good thing with these simple solution is that, the buttons relieve the tension on the sutures. Other positive thing is that the risk for the wound to re-open are decreased for more then 50%! According to…"Simple Solution For Wound Repairing With Only Two Buttons"
Marion Roberts is a 95-year-old lady, who had her first pony when she was 7 years old and ever since then she developed special love for this animals. As a teenager she became a trick rider in the rodeo. Nowadays, she spends her days at Crossroads Hospice and as a “Gift of a day” she choose to visit the Warm Springs. Her wish was to rub noses with the horses, her biggest love since she…"A 95 Year Old Horse Lover, Enjoyed Her “Gift of a day” In Warm Springs Ranch"