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She is Determined to Bring These Horses Back from the Dead

April 27th, 2018|Categories: Breeds, Features, Interviews|Tags: , , , , |

WARHorses recently posted about the Abaco Island Horse a breed that became extinct in 2015. We introduced Milanne Rehor, President and Field Director of Arkwild, Inc., who has dedicated the last 26 years to saving the last few horses. When the last horse, Nunki, died, Milanne (Mim) was by her side. It might seem [...]

“The Fillies” of Nova Scotia – Horse Lovers, Trail Riders and Lifelong Friends

April 10th, 2018|Categories: Features, Interviews|Tags: , |

There is a group of women in Nova Scotia, Canada who regularly ride together. That’s not so unusual. Many of us meet up with friends at the barn or local trail to enjoy an afternoon with our horses. What is different about this group is that they ride every week come hell or high water and [...]

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

January 22nd, 2018|Categories: Events, Features, Interviews|Tags: , , , , , |

By Martha A. Woodham According to organizer Penny Morse, the inaugural Southeastern Schooling Show Championship at Georgia’s Bouckaert Farm in Chattahoochee Hills, started with a thought that became an idea that grew into an event. “It was one of those fleeting moment ideas, that usually leaves just as fast, and five minutes later you cannot remember [...]

WARHorse Spotlight – Duo Dedicated to Community Service

April 18th, 2017|Categories: Interviews|Tags: , , |

WARHorse Bobbie Logan Sale is a resident of sunny California, more precisely the megalopolis, Los Angeles. LA does not have a reputation for being a “horse town”, but Bobbie has found a way to enjoy her passion for riding through the Los Angeles Police Reserve Corps Program. Bobbie is a “Specialist Volunteer” in the Valley Community [...]

WARHorse Spotlight – Taking Aim at a New Equestrian Challenge

April 5th, 2017|Categories: Interviews|Tags: |

A WARHorse is never “too old” to take up new interests! We’re not suggesting bungee jumping or street luge, that’s just crazy. We are, after all, already riding a half ton creature with its own opinion about matters and some people might say “that’s crazy”. But we shrug off those naysayers because we can’t help ourselves [...]

Trail Riding Hobby

November 2nd, 2016|Categories: Breeds, Interviews|Tags: , |

If you enjoy camping with your horse at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area (LBL) in western Kentucky and Tennessee, or hauling in to ride the trails just for the day, it’s likely you will run into one particular “regular”. Lola Hobby probably knows the 100 miles of equestrian riding and driving trails better than [...]

Grand Prix Gold Medalist Dunn It Her Way

September 19th, 2016|Categories: Breeds, Interviews|Tags: , , , |

Rita Dunn is a busy grandmother living in Tennessee.  Her horse, D Grande Finale stays at a friend’s barn but she does all her own horse care:  feeding, grooming and stall cleaning.  She rides 5-6 days a week and takes clinics from Jim Koford and Gigi Nutter, but has never sent Finale away to a trainer.  [...]

Solving the Mystery of WARHorse’s “Mona Lisa”

July 21st, 2016|Categories: Breeds, Interviews|Tags: , , |

The Louvre has the “Mona Lisa” the Da Vinci portrait famous for that enigmatic smile. Many of you have asked about the smiling woman featured on WARHorse’s website and social media platforms. Today our mystery is no more. The WARHorse photo is my friend (and trainer) Kathy Duke. I took this photo last summer at a [...]