Sunday Links from Fairfax & Favor Lookey lookey what recently came in the mail for the winner of our Fairfax & Favor Wardrobe Malfunction Contest, Melissa Mayo! While Melissa’s jog strip mishap may have earned her a laughable (though winning!) memory, next
#GoEventing ‘Grams of the Week: Raring to Go View this post on Instagram A post shared by Between The Flags Photography (@between_the_flags_photography_) I find that perusing the #goeventing hashtag on Instagram provides a cool microcosm of eventing culture, and typically there’s a theme.
Saturday Links View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jessica Phoenix (@officialteamphoenix) ‘Tis the season of cold, cold nights (and days) so the mid-winter doldrums are in full swing for me. It can be
Friday Video from SmartPak: If Equestrians Did ASMR These days, none of us are immune to the TikTok and YouTube recommendations for endless videos of curiously unblinking women who whisper into microphones and scratch away at their cameras, which I think is meant to
“Merry Christmas” cards came in a rush to Georgia Equine Veterinary Services and Hospital in Canton, Georgia. It was not the recent holiday season, but July of last year in the heat of the Southeast summer. “What’s going on with all these cards in July?” wondered Laura DuVall Molony, DVM, who owns the practice with […]
Each week on #HallOfFameThursday, Horse Network recognizes members of the Show Jumping Hall of Fame with an inductee’s plaque, historical photos and, on the first Thursday of every month, an historic article on a major win by a Show Jumping Hall of Famer. This week, we pay tribute to Larry Langer, Show Jumping Hall of Fame class of 2011. Larry […]
I have no hesitation wading into the deep waters of controversy in the fascinating sport of show jumping. This is especially true when it comes to horse and rider safety. Recently, I’ve been mulling over faults. Specifically, on whether there should be a limit on the number of faults a rider can have on course. […]
Grade 1 Winner Halladay to Stand in California for 2022 Halladay, a grade 1 winner by War Front, has been retired from racing and will commence his stallion career in 2022 at Harris Farms in California, as the property of a syndicate led by Adrian Gonzalez of Checkmate Thoroughbreds.
Battle Bling Prevails in Ladies Score Michael Dubb's Battle Bling proved a successful claim for trainer Rob Atras when circling the field in a gritty last-to-first effort in the Jan. 16 $97,000 Ladies Stakes at Aqueduct Racetrack.
First Reported Foal for Tom's d'Etat Born in New York WinStar Farm's grade 1-winning millionaire Tom's d'Etat sired his first reported foal when a filly produced from the winning Cross Traffic mare Today Comes Once was born Jan. 16 at Waldorf Farm in North Chatham, N.Y.
Hit the Road, Bodhicitta Work for Pegasus Day Starts Trainer Dan Blacker's grade 1 winner Hit the Road and the Richard Baltas-conditioned grade 2 winner Bodhicitta both worked over the Santa Anita Park turf Jan. 16 in preparation for future engagements at Gulfstream Park on Pegasus World Cup Day.
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Equestrian community pulls together to help one-year-old child with rare cancer The equestrian community has come together to help fund treatment for a one-year-old boy who is suffering from a rare form of cancer. Ted Neal was diagnosed with a tumour in his sinus last year, which spread to his skull. He has undergone chemotherapy and an 11-hour operation to remove the tumour, but requires further […]
‘Fantastic step’ as 10-year ban on donkey slaughter announced A 10-year ban has been announced on the donkey skin trade in Tanzania, after fears were raised about the “alarming” decline in the country’s donkey population. The news has been welcomed as a “strong step in the right direction” by those who have been campaigning against the trade. H&H has reported on declining donkey populations […]