Acitivities related to horse and stable management

Take WARHorses’ DRIVING QUIZ!

January 10th, 2018|Categories: Contests, Fun|Tags: , , |

More quizzes and contests? You asked for it and you are going to get it. In 2018, WARHorses will challenging your equestrian knowledge with more fun quizzes and contests. In our recent WARHorses poll, we learned that about 7% of WARHorses drive.  We invite you to take our first challenge about driving. Don’t worry, no license [...]

This is Your Chance to Witness the Birth of Racing Royalty

January 3rd, 2018|Categories: Features, Management|Tags: , , |

Springtime in Kentucky means one thing – foals! This year the public has unprecedented access to foaling with FOAL PATROL! The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame developed this unique interactive web program that allows fans an up-close, day-by-day look at the foaling process at Thoroughbred horse farms. FOAL PATROL is a collective of live web [...]

Bolting Horses Stopped in Their Tracks

December 13th, 2017|Categories: Series|Tags: , , , , |

Today’s installment of WARHorses “History’s Horses” regales courageous actions set against the classic 20th century confrontation – horse versus automobile. Harvard Street, 1910 RESCUE THREE IN MOTOR CAR CHASE OF RUNAWAY PAIR. Mrs. Theodore Metcalf and Daughter Owe Lives to Brave Officers. Boston, MA,1910: By pressing an automobile into service and overtaking a pair [...]

Horse Thief Snookers Penal System

November 16th, 2017|Categories: History's Horses, Series|Tags: , |

Today’s installment of WARHorses “History’s Horses” has less to do with horses and more about the person accused of stealing them. SENSATION IN PENITENTIARY - HER SEX REVEALED WOMAN CONVICT ESCAPES DETECTION ONE YEAR. “Burt” Martin Convicted as a Man Turns Out to Be Lena Martin — Had a Male Cellmate. Nebraska Convict, Burt Martin [...]

Don’t Drink and Drive

October 5th, 2017|Categories: Series|Tags: , , |

This latest installment of WARHorses "History's Horses" reports the unfortunate result of drunk driving 160 years ago. The post is tragic but the writing style, judgemental and flourished, is a delight.  Illustration: Samuel Chamberlain 1855 SAD ACCIDENT OCT 8, 1851, Blackstone, MA: One of the melancholy results of intemperance, transpired this morning at Blackstone. A [...]

Finders No Keepers

September 14th, 2017|Categories: History's Horses, Series|Tags: , |

SEP 22, 1911, BOWBELLS, ND: Taken up at my place last week, seven miles north and four miles east of Bowbells, one old brown horse with halter on and lump on front right knee, also a bay yearling colt, small star on face. Owner can have same by calling at my place, paying damages, advertising [...]

Please, Please, Please

September 5th, 2017|Categories: Dear Appy, Series|Tags: , |

Dear Appy, I have a boss mare. She is a tiny thing who rules the other horses with an iron fist. She's always great with me, good ground manners, obliging for grooming, loves a bath and enjoys trail riding. I've had her since she was a yearling and she's in her 30's now. I have one [...]

Jessie Wilson Hurt, Thrown by Horse

August 28th, 2017|Categories: History's Horses, Series|Tags: , |

WARHorses’ series “History’s Horses” takes a Presidential tone today with this vintage news report of an afternoon hack gone wrong. President's Daughter Found Unconscious by Roadside - Fiance Had Ridden Ahead. Jessie Wilson Sayre Aug 27, 1913, WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, VT: Miss Jessie Woodrow Wilson, the second daughter of President Wilson, and her fiance, [...]

“Mourning at the Dixon Home”

August 10th, 2017|Categories: History's Horses, Series|Tags: , |

The latest installment of our WARHorse series “History's Horses” posts of vintage newspaper clippings covering on all things horse. Topically some articles are titillating perhaps even a bit gruesome given modern journalism standards. However, while the subjects maybe difficult we find the writing style charming, perhaps a bit disarming, but interesting nonetheless. We hope you enjoy [...]

Two Left Feet and Unrequited Love

August 8th, 2017|Categories: Dear Appy, Features, Series|

Dear Appy: I also have a blog that I write trying to better understand my lil short person!  I am so glad I am not alone. My problem is that she doesn't seem to enjoy my lil Bella dance that I do before I transition up into the trot.  She keeps saying things like stay on [...]