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Meet the Royal steeds leading tomorrow’s Royal wedding

May 18th, 2018|Categories: Events, News|Tags: , , , |

In case you haven’t yet heard, there is a Royal wedding tomorrow, May 19. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will marry and the world will celebrate with them. Every wedding is special but when a Royal marries, you can expect a great deal of tradition, pomp and horses, lots of beautiful horses. Storm and Tyrone [...]

The Royal Wedding Carriage

May 2nd, 2018|Categories: Events, News|Tags: , , |

Officials announced that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen an open topped Ascot Landau to use in their wedding procession. Immediately following the ceremony, the couple will be carried from Windsor Castle through the town center and back for their reception. The carriage was chosen from the royal collection and will be pulled by four [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Trump Trips on the Job

February 20th, 2017|Categories: News|Tags: , , |

Last Tuesday, Trump took a tumble on the streets of Charleston, South Carolina. In training for a new job, he apparently fell to his knees but quickly regained his footing. Concerned witnesses notified local authorities. His transition team, obligated to report all incidents that might cause injury or property damage, quickly escorted him back to his [...]

Hearsing Around

October 27th, 2016|Categories: Features|Tags: , , |

After the death of Queen Victoria’s husband Prince Albert in 1861, the Queen mourned for 30 years. In doing so she fostered a fascination with funerals and mourning practices. This obsession spawned new funerary industries and an overall cultural determination that no expense would be spared in order to provide the dead with a proper send [...]