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April 22 – 27

LATEST WARHorses FEATURE

There’s No Turning Back – Genetically Engineered Horses are Here

No longer the hyperbolic motto of science fiction, technology has achieved the means to make horses faster, stronger, better. Microscopic proteins target a section of DNA, then cut the strands Cloning experts at Kheiron Biotech in Buenos Aires, Argentina are focused on manipulating the DNA gene sequence that [...]

WARHorses NEWS

Pope Comforts Fallen Mounted Policewoman

During a visit yesterday to Iquique, Chile, Pope Francis ordered his popemobile to stop after a mounted Chilean policewoman, Ana [...]

Ben’s Cat Keeps Winning Posthumously

The Secretariat’s Vox Populi Award, recognizes a Thoroughbred that has achieved both an impressive racing record but is also popular [...]

Court Forces Closure – Carriage Horses Retired

In December, Philadelphia, PA, courts ordered the closing of the Philadelphia Carriage Company. The order was determined after inspection of [...]

Icy Rescues for Two Lucky Horses

It’s a phenomenon of winter weather – horses falling into frozen ponds. Two recent incidents remind us to fortify our [...]

Colorado Inmates Helping Mustangs & Themselves

Since 1986, the Colorado Correctional Industries has partnered with the Bureau of Land Management to train gathered [...]

  • WW1 WARHorses

First WARHorse Grave Protected

Blackie’s grave has been granted heritage protection in England. His is the first war horse grave to be so honored [...]

WARHorses for FUN

January 2018 Caption Contest

Congratulations Caption Contest Winner Jacquie Thomson Deborah won a 3 "Proud to be a WARHorse" Lapel Pins

December Caption Contest

Congratulations Caption Contest Winner Deborah Walker Deborah won a 3-Pack "Proud to be a WARHorse" Vinyl Decal!

  • WARHorses Historys Horses

Horse Thief Snookers Penal System

Today’s installment of WARHorses “History’s Horses” has less to do with horses and more about the person accused of stealing [...]

WARHorses INTERVIEWS

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 [...]

TRUE or FALSE

When Ford designers were considering names for their new sports car, it was suggested the car be named after the P-51 Mustang airplane

TRUE

However, the name was originally rejected because marketing thought the name Mustang was too closely associated with aircraft. The name was proposed a second time drawing a correlation to horses.

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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!