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1. What happened to this cow? A true unsolved mystery.
Pennsylvania, June 2007 -- Dairy cow found with large patches of hide missing, and deep gashes in her flesh.
Help solve the mystery of what happened to this poor creature.
2. Plants Toxic to Horses: Hoary Alyssum found in Hay, Pasture
Pets & Animals - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 03:43:27
Hoary Alyssum is dangerous to horses, whether it is growing green in their pasture, or is included in dry baled hay.
Check out the links below for more identifying information and warning signs of toxin ingestion in horses.
3. All Horses | Gymkhana | Indiana Flag Race
Pets & Animals - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:34:17
The flag race is a fun event for all ages. Combining horse speed and rider skill, it is a popular gymkhana (also called contesting or speed show) class.
In this region, we run a pattern known as the Indiana Flag Race. More information below.
4. Moon Blindness (Uveitis) in Horses
Sports & Recreation - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:33:31
Moon blindness is a major cause for concern with horses, as permanent vision loss may occur, and management of a blind horse can be very tricky.
Watch for the warning signs of equine recurrent uveitis and consult a vet to begin treatment immediately.
photo: cloudy affected eye
5. Horsehair Jewelry and Keepsakes
Pets & Animals - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 03:44:04
An introduction to the art of creating jewelry and other keepsakes with genuine horse hair.
While I'm horse-crazy I don't claim to know everything. Seeking an expert to manage this All Horses lens. Apply at AllHorses.us.
6. All Horses | Gymkhana | Speed and Action
Entertainment & Media - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:34:04
You begin the Speed & Action pattern by running through the "box" ... a rectangle with cones for corners and the lines drawn in with chalk or lime.
Your time starts when you cross the line as you exit the box. You run to the far end of the course, turn the center cone to the right or left, and r...
7. We eat cows, so why not horses?
Hobbies, Games & Toys - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 19:33:53
I have owned horses since I was a little girl, have loved them forever -- and I'm NOT against the eating of horsemeat.
Don't get me wrong; personally, I really don't care to try it.
And I don't want you to eat MY horse, so I'll be keeping him until he dies, and not sending him to an unknown fat...
8. Etching the Model Horse: Beyond Collecting
Culture & Society - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:03:22
In the mid- to late 90's a model horse customization craze peaked in popularity. Rather than simply painting pinto or spotted patterns on models, some artists began removing factory original paint finish to expose the white plastic beneath by a painstaking, slow and exact process known as etching...
9. Gaited Horse Breeds
Hobbies, Games & Toys - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:32:26
All horses are "gaited" in the sense that walk, trot and canter are all considered gaits. So, what is a so-called gaited horse, and what makes it different from other horses?
Horses that perform a gait separate from the standard three listed above are generally considered gaited horses. Breeds t...
10. Collecting and Playing with Bella Sara Horses
Pets & Animals - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:35:48
Little girls and horses go together like peanut butter and jelly. While most young princesses felt left out of the male-dominated Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh games, now there is a card collecting hobby that is right up their aisle.
The barn aisle, that is.
11. Barbed wire is UNSAFE for horses!
Parenting & Kids - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:33:30
I don't care if you say your family has used it for hundreds of years and you've never had a horse get hurt, there's always a first time and it is preventable ... there is simply no excuse for using barbed wire to contain horses in the 21st century!
12. Tennessee Walking Horses | Gaited Horse Breeds | www.AllHorses.us
Pets & Animals - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:35:43
A well bred and trained Tennessee Walking Horse does not trot under saddle.
Instead, this breed has at least three speeds at which it can "walk" ... a very smooth four-beat gait with no bounce. You'll hear the terms flat walk, dog walk, and running walk. At these gaits, a TWH can "walk" at the s...
13. Trail Riding Safety | Horseback Self Defense Tips
Pets & Animals - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:32:26
You are a young woman riding alone in a secluded area.
Ahead, a man steps out from behind some brush. Probably just a birdwatcher. He comments on how beautiful your horse is as you draw near and prepare to pass. Your horse pauses at his outstretched hand, looking for a treat.
Suddenly, he grabs...
14. Collecting Model Horses: From Toys to Antiques
Education - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:33:31
Model horse collecting has an appeal for all ages.
You can collect models starting at under a dollar if you're young, and affluent afficionados can dabble in artist resins worth thousands of dollars.
This lens will introduce you to the hobby, along with sharing some other facets of the collecti...
15. Gymkhana Show Lenses
Hobbies, Games & Toys - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 11:52:40
In our region, gymkhana shows (also called speed shows, contesting, gaming, fun shows) are horse shows where riders race to complete a set pattern in the shortest time.
Each timed event, or class, has a different pattern, but all require horses in great physical condition and riders with gentle ...
Pets & Animals - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 19:33:54
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