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My Friend Fennel

For a long time I wanted to buy fresh fennel at the store because it looked so nice and smelled so good. But heck, I didn’t know what to do with it. Then one day awhile back I was gazing dumbly at a beautiful, haphazard fennel pile at the farmer’s [...]


Small Town Celebrates 100-Year-Old Horse (statue)

Written by Melanie Eberhardt "Uncle Sam" from Toledo, Ohio I possess a level of nostalgia for those kitschy [...]

Born Deaf and Blind, Tough Sunday Wins His First Stakes Race

Newborn Tough Sunday struggles to survive. Photo Credit: Tough Sunday FB Tough Sunday never had it easy, [...]

Weather’s Whimsy Reminds Us of Horses

Residents of the east coast of the US are preparing for another blast of winter - the fourth blizzard in [...]

Ride the Retro Wave – My Little Pony is Back

They trotted into our lives in 1983 and now they’re back. My Little Pony, the ultimate diminutive pony collectible, returns [...]

The Queen’s Astonishing Race Winnings

Many families cherish tradition, passing along great grandma’s wedding china or the helmet worn by great, great granddaddy during WW1. [...]

Pfft – Dog Days Don’t Drag This Draft Down

Britain’s oldest surviving breed tilled the soil that fed a nation for centuries. Times have changed, today the critically endangered [...]

WARHorses for FUN

Runaway Horse Has a Really, Really Bad Day

Fell 60 Feet but Not Perished The Tin Bridge built in the 1860's over the Blackstone River. Photo Credit: [...]

Winter Catastrophe Averted

Girl Stops Runaway - Clings to Bridle and Prevents Horse Trampling Children NEW YORK, NY, Feb. 28: Miss Adelaide Downing, daughter [...]

“Dead Ringer”

Over the centuries, the sport of kings has spawned its share of horse slang including DEAD RINGER. The phrase originated [...]


The Southeastern Schooling Show Championship: An Idea Whose Time Has Come

January 22nd, 2018|0 Comments

By Martha A. Woodham According to organizer Penny Morse, the inaugural Southeastern Schooling Show Championship at Georgia’s Bouckaert Farm in [...]

WARHorses’ Horses Stolen –Help Find River & Yago

May 8th, 2017|Comments Off on WARHorses’ Horses Stolen –Help Find River & Yago

We recently posted about the annual Marsh Tacky beach race in South Carolina. Marsh Tackys are an endangered breed with [...]

WARHorse Spotlight – Duo Dedicated to Community Service

April 18th, 2017|Comments Off on WARHorse Spotlight – Duo Dedicated to Community Service

WARHorse Bobbie Logan Sale is a resident of sunny California, more precisely the megalopolis, Los Angeles. LA does not have [...]


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


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



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!