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48 Million Year Old Descendant of the Horse Roamed India

October 14th, 2014 (0)
It is simply amazing how scientists are better able to take a fossil and extract from that bit of evidence what type of animal it came from. There is still some debate when it comes to Anthracobunidae as to ...

Video – The Path of the Horse

October 14th, 2014 (1)
Humans and horses lives have been intertwined since mankind developed civilization. Our approach to working with horses generally has been one of Master and Servant. The horse does what we tell the horse to do – or else. The ...

Christmas is just around the corner – a gift for yourself and your 4-legged friend

October 13th, 2014 (0)
Christmas is indeed less than 10 weeks away. Time certainly flies, and our lives will only get busier as the season approaches. A simple, beautiful gift for your horse loving child or grandchild is a picture of them with ...

Small horses, big possibilities

October 13th, 2014 (0)
From: Ocala StarBanner By: Carlos E. Medina Miniature horses are more than just a novelty. To those who love them, they are a passion. In horse-centric Marion County, the miniature versions are just one of many equine breeds. The ...

Hollis, the baby donkey, October 12th update

October 12th, 2014 (3)
So far so good. Baby Hollis and his Mama are at the Texas A & M Large Animal Veterinary School Hospital. They are resting in the ICU Ward where they can be monitored 24 hours a day by the ...

The Difference Between Regular People and Horse People

October 12th, 2014 (3)
It is Sunday once again. Here is a video that is SPOT ON. Horse people make the world go ’round. One note – I would have used a farrier reference when the mani – pedi came up….but that’s me… ...

A miracle For Hollis, the baby donkey.

October 10th, 2014 (2)
That is exactly what Hollis needs – a miracle. The baby donkey has been fighting for his life since shortly after his birth. The doctors at Texas A&M are unable at the moment to do the operation he so ...

Thoroughbred Champion Cigar Dies Following Surgery

October 10th, 2014 (2)
Cigar was a very famous racing champion who developed, as many horses do, a form of osteoarthritis – an incurable progressive disease. Surgery, even the simplest ones, can be very dangerous to humans or horses. At 25 years of ...

Meet Lincoln, thought to be Europe’s biggest horse living in Cumbernauld

October 9th, 2014 (1)
From: Evening Times MEASURING 6ft 10in at his shoulder blades Lincoln is thought to be the biggest horse in Europe. And in a couple of years he is almost certain to be the biggest horse in the world. From ...

Hollis, the baby donkey, update – he is out of surgery

October 8th, 2014 (1)
Hollis, the baby donkey, survived surgery at the Veterinarian Hospital at Texas A & M, College Station. For those who do not know the story: His mother was pregnant, abandoned and starving in Austin, when the Travis County Sheriff’s ...