Posts featuring editorial, historical, informative content as well as interviews and equestrian profiles.

Case #33: When People Do Bad Things to Good Horses

February 8th, 2020|Categories: Features|Tags: |

In November 2019, a video was posted to Facebook showing a horse tied and dragged behind a moving truck. As the truck moved forward in the snow, the lead rope became taut. As the horse braced against the pressure its hooves slipped. The truck then sped up dragging the thrashing horse the length of a football [...]

One-Eyed Race Horse Retired to Old Friends

January 28th, 2020|Categories: Breeds, Events, Features, Horses, News|Tags: , , |

January 20, 2020, Georgetown, KY (USA): - Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement facility based in Georgetown, KY., today welcomed 2017 Kentucky Derby contender and graded-stakes-placed Patch. The 2014 son of Union Rags out of the A. P. Indy mare Windyindy, Patch was donated to the non-profit organization by owner Calumet Farm following his three-season racing career. [...]

Six Horses Survive Inhumane Massacre

January 14th, 2020|Categories: Horses, News|Tags: , |

January 14, 2020, Eastern Kentucky (USA): In late December, a pregnant mare and her yearly colt were found unharmed near an abandoned Kentucky strip mine, the site of a recent bloody massacre. Located in eastern Kentucky, the area has served as an unofficial home for free range horses for years. In early December, twenty horses were [...]

Article on Bush Fire Burn Treatments Offered Free of Charge

January 9th, 2020|Categories: Features, Health & Medical, Horses, Management|Tags: , , |

Equine Veterinary Education (EVE), one of two journals published by the British Equine Veterinary Association, is an online forum which publishes peer reviewed educational articles on diagnosis and treatment for equine injuries. With regard to Australia's fires, the publishers have released, free of charge, an article on treating horses burned in bushfires. The article, penned by [...]

6 Easy New Year Resolutions for Every WARHorse

January 1st, 2020|Categories: Advice, Community, Features, Women Health Wellness|Tags: , , , |

New Years is a time to reflect on the previous year and to wipe the slate clean for the new one. New Year Resolutions are an ancient practice dating back nearly 4000 years. Both ancient Babylonian and Roman cultures used the new year to reaffirm their religious faith. The expectation was that in being better people, [...]

Case #39: The Not So NEIGHborly NEIGHbor

December 16th, 2019|Categories: Features|Tags: |

An entire residential building in Russia has gone to the dogs…well, actually its gone to the horses…and residents are not happy about it. A Russian man was recently arrested and charged with “tormenting of two or more people”. Nearly every night since April 2018, Yury Kondratyev has inconvenienced his neighbors by blasting the sound of horses [...]

4 Easy Ways to Save BIG BUCKS This Weekend

November 29th, 2019|Categories: Features, Products|Tags: |

Any opportunity to save money provides us with a little more cash-ola for our “horse fund”. This weekend, WARHorses wants to help you save for that important fund. We’ve compiled a list of the best online shopping deals offered from our advertising partners. For the next few days, you can save on products you love [...]

One Woman’s Drive to Help America’s Hungry Children

November 12th, 2019|Categories: Features, Interviews, People|Tags: , , , |

As young, horse loving girls we dream of the day we have a horse of our own. But our dreams don’t stop there. They evolve to galloping through a field of tall grass under a starry sky, splashing through the ocean surf, perhaps even riding across the country alone. They’re only dreams, right? Not for one [...]

WARHorses Quiz “I Knew That – Basics”

August 20th, 2019|Categories: Features|Tags: |

There is so much to learn about horses, a life time's worth of learning, something new every day. We WARHorses (Women of Age) have been around a while, we've learned quite a bit about the horses we love - right? Let's find out! We invite you to take our "I Knew That - Basics Quiz". [...]

The Cleveland Bay Horse Makes History at Colonial Williamsburg

July 3rd, 2019|Categories: Breeds, Features, Horses|Tags: , , , , , |

Visitors to Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, are transported back in time to America’s 18th century capital. The town is a living museum of colonial life providing a dimensional perspective to America’s history. The historically accurate experience fully embraces its colonial legacy from its original buildings, cadre of Nation Builders portraying historical figures right down to serving historically [...]