Embed from Getty Images I know you'll enjoy reading this article by Sam Knight in the New Yorker as much as I did. The article mentions the mirrors as training tools. In other news, I finally remembered I can embed the free images from Getty Images here on this blog.
Embed from Getty Images I'd been looking up where and how to watch the equestrian action from Rio and found myself zipping around multiple sources. I realized, if I found it complicated, I had an opportunity to write a blog post, aka "news you can use." (more…)
Embed from Getty Images I thought you guys might like a virtual tour of the venue for the equestrian events in Rio. If I'm curious, I suspect you are, too. (more…)
The 2016 Olympic Games begin on Aug. 5 and end on Aug. 21. As of this writing at the end of July 2016, many of the horses are just arriving. (more…)
Remember our story earlier this year (2016) about the horse leaving the Old Guard Caisson Platoon and up for adoption? They found homes, one with an old friend.
Think about it. The Blood Horse has been publishing since the year before Man O'War was born. Here's an interesting history of the magazine written by Tom Eblen in The Lexington Herald Leader. Enjoy!
The documentary "Palio," one of the most anticipated films of the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, is now available on Netflix, as of this writing in July 2016. Who knows when it will leave. Just sayin.' Watch it ASAP if you plan to. The Palio, an Italian medieval tradition with loads of passion mixed with obsession and frankly, ...
https://youtu.be/fv5nyFBUGPk Just a quick update ... Alan Young, the actor who played Mister Ed's Wilbur passed away at 96, according to this obituary on Deadline Hollywood.
https://youtu.be/rd0FU6oe828 They bore and escorted the honored dead to their final resting place in Arlington National Cemetery. Another worked in a military therapeutic riding program. Now, the horses are retiring out of their units and need to go to a new home. (more…)
Horses move in and out of the stalls at the breed display booths at the Massachusetts Equine Affaire. Yes, we're back. We moved from one web host to another. With any luck, you'll never notice, except, of course, I blabbed. A heartfelt "thank you" to Denise Alicea of Moons Stardust Designs who did a lot of ...