No last-minute rescue, just a closure and a transfer followed by a waiting period.
The final weeks of 2013 are the last weeks for a Worcester, Massachusetts, landmark, the glass and steel Higgins Armory.
Let’s visit a bit before it closes at the end of this year.
Some news for my RSS and email subscribers.
I updated the “When and Where to Watch 2013 Breeders Cup races on TV” post. We’re not just limited to cable and regular TV. We can watch on our computers and smartphones. Click through that link above to find the links you need for your computer, laptop, tablet or phone.
I wonder if this horse costumed as an elephant can fly with those ears?
Welcome to the Halloween Horse Show presented by The Horsey Set Net! If you think that elephant and the poodle-on-a-leash are something, wait until you see what else we have for you!
The heat broke, the humidity’s fading and the leaves are subdued if not yet ablaze with color. It’s mid-autumn in the northern hemisphere, a great time for a fall trail ride. Here are some trail ride videos from YouTube. Enjoy!
We have another contribution from globe-trotting equestrian and author Christine Meunier, photos and her observations from her visit to this museum dedicated to our favorite animal. I took the liberty of adding some history and, very important, movie trivia.
Located in the area of Chantilly, France, lies an establishment that encourages the equine lover to dream.
We have a guest post by world-traveling Australian equine studies professor and author Christine Meunier about one of her past jobs – working with the equine residents of the Irish National Stud. Take it away, Christine!
The Irish National Stud in Kildare, Ireland, is a great place to visit for horse fans and garden enthusiasts alike. Home to many thoroughbreds for breeding, the stud boasts gorgeous post- and rail-lined fields full of sleek equine bodies.
Depending on the area you visit, you may be able to view
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