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LATEST WARHorses FEATURE

This WARHorses’ Childhood Dream Comes True

From the time she was 11, Angela Wood dreamed of riding a horse across America. Over the next few decades, life offered its distractions but the dream was always in the back of her mind. A few weeks ago, Angela’s dream finally came true. At age 50, Angela set out [...]

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WARHorses NEWS

U.S. Forest Service Roundup Offers Uncertain Future for Older Wild Horses

The first round up in 13 years will begin today, October 10, inside California’s Modoc National Forest. The wild horses [...]

Don’t Look This Gift Horse in the Mouth

The Art Institute of Chicago will be trotting out a new sculpture on October 5. Gift Horse by German born [...]

Jane Heart Jewelry Designs for Brooke USA

New pendant designs by Jane Heart Jewelry will benefit Brooke USA. We are thrilled to offer these new designs, [...]

WARHorses INTERVIEWS

WARHorses’ Interview with endurance rider Joyce Sousa and LV Integrity

August 24th, 2018|1 Comment

He was tied alongside a trailer at an endurance ride, offered for sale. Covered with sweat, he frantically paced back [...]

WARHorses’ Interview – Milanne Rehor’s Determination to Return the Extinct Abaco Island Horse

August 15th, 2018|0 Comments

Milanne Rehor, 73, has devoted her life’s work toward the return the recently extinct Abaco Island Horse to the island, [...]

WARHorses’ Interview – The Oldest Horse to Finish Tevis

July 25th, 2018|1 Comment

Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman--everyone loves a super hero. They possess extraordinary traits, aspire to do good, apply their strengths [...]

WARHorses ADVICE

How Mindful We Are – NOT

October 10th, 2018|0 Comments

It was possible, I thought, that such distractedness arose from some evolutionary necessity. But I could not figure out how [...]

Ride and Breathe at the Same Time

September 11th, 2018|0 Comments

There are many reasons for the breath to be free while riding. One is that you stay connected to your [...]

What Did You Call My Horse?

September 6th, 2018|0 Comments

Our barn visitor offered her comments good-naturedly, but still I bristled. She had chuckled at one or another of Corazon’s [...]

WARHorses for FUN

Weaning Woes and Other Considerations of Youth

Perth, WA October 7, 1906: Horsebreeders are often at a loss to know exactly when to wean. It is a [...]

President’s Equestrian Portrait Headlines the News

New York, September 18, 1790. The President’s Portrait, Is finifhed by Trumbull - and a fine thing it is; defigned [...]

May I Please Have a Glass of Tepid Water?

Advice from the weekly column "Horse" Perth, AUS, August 1906: The question of watering before or after feeding has never [...]

TRUE or FALSE

Scientists have recently determined the route of Hannibal’s crossing of the Alps in 218 based on recently discovered skeletal remains.

FALSE

Scientists have determined the mountainous crossing guided not by bone remnants but rather manure.

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HELPFUL REFERENCES

If you horse is missing or stolen or you find a wayward horse. Contact your local police department first. Then contact NETPOSSE.COM. They are a non-profit organization that will take you by the hand and guide you in your search.  We suggest everyone regularly visit their site and fb page to study photos of missing horses. You might be the one to recover a missing horse and how cool would that be to help someone else?

This is a great reference for WARHorses looking for places to trail ride and camp with their horses. Horse Trails Across America is the #1 trail riding resource on the Internet. Each location includes detailed descriptions including; cost, amenities, terrain, trail footing and difficulty, photos and comments from equestrians who’ve “been there, done that”. Their FB page are posts from riders out and about!