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Next Monday (9/8), TCM (Turner Classic Movies) has nearly an entire day devoted to equine movies. Including: Racing Lady (1937) Wild Stallion (1952) The Story of Seabiscuit (1949) starting Shirley Temple Gallant Bess (1946) Glory (1956) National Velvet (1944) starring Elizabth Taylor, Mickey Rooney and Angela Lansbury International Velvet (1978) The Black Stallion (1979) with […]
Interesting look at how Disney trains their drafters for work around “porcelain” people.
National Geographic reporter takes a ride on a wild horse in Mongolia, learning that not all his riding skills from back home apply to this type of riding.
Breyer is announced as an official sponsor for the 2014 Normandy World Equestrian Games. And announces a handful of special releases (only available in Normandy at the WEG).
Over the past week, the USEF has announced the WEG participants. 8/11: Endurance team announcement. 8/13: Para-equestrian Dressage team announcement. 8/13: Driving combinations announcement. 8/13: Show jumping team announcement. 8/14: Dressage team announcement. 8/15: Reining team announcement. And back in June, the Cross Country team was announced. Still looking for vaulting team announcement (here’s the […]
In the California wilderness, strings of mules have been brought in to carry supplies directly to the fire fighters on the front lines of the Coffee fire. One string of five mules is able to bring in as much supplies as it would take a helicopter in 10-12 flights. All hail the mule! Update: Another […]
Horses are sensitive to the facial expressions and attention of other horses, including the direction of the eyes and ears. The findings are a reminder for us humans to look beyond our own limitations and recognize that other species may communicate in ways that we can’t, the researchers say. After all, human ears aren’t mobile. […]