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Disease in Horses – From Incident to Outbreak

Disease has been on the minds of Americans quite a bit these days…and how we handle an outbreak. Horses can get sick with a wide variety of illnesses. How the horse is handled, especially if you have multiple horses in the sick horse’s area, is very important to stopping the spread of any disease. West Full Article

Lucy and Whiskey Brown – BFFs of the four-legged kind (Video)

Horses and dogs – they go hand and hand at any ranch. Lucy and Whiskey Brown obviously enjoy each other’s company. It’s hump day – a great time for ...Full Article

Robert Redford: Protect our wild horses

Robert Redford has long been a staunch advocate for wild horses. ~ HfH From: USA Today By: Robert Redford We can protect our environment, and give wild horses the ...Full Article

Count the Lies – Protect the Harvest Video Contest

The American public needs to be made aware of the outrageous lies in the video “Horses in Crisis” created by Protect the Harvest. The video is made to look ...Full Article

Habitat for Horses Greener Pastures Event is right around the corner!

November 19th, 2014 at 6:30PM, @ AREA in Houston, Texas will be the place to be for horse lovers in the Houston, Texas region. Habitat for Horses will be ...Full Article

First Mule Ever Makes It to the US Dressage Finals

Wonderful news! Mules are smart and deserve a better reputation than the ones we give them. Go, Dyna! ~ HfH From: Horse Nation Laura Hermanson and Heart B Dyna ...Full Article

The ‘real life War Horse': Cupid, the bay mare from Essex

The story of bravery in action by horses in World War I gets another look with a new book “Cupid’s War”. The abandonment of them at the end of ...Full Article

A day late… here is something horsey for that Halloween spirit

From: Horse Nation What to Expect When the Zombies Get Your Horse You think your horse is cute now but oh-ho, just wait until it tries to eat your ...Full Article

Commentary to “Breeding more donkeys to keep tradition alive”

Daniel Cordero is often known for his intelligent comments to articles on our website. This one is exceptional. Thank you, Daniel, for your insight. ~ HfH «Ejiao is credited ...Full Article

Talking to Ol’ Dobbin

This article was originally written by Jerry Finch, President of Habitat for Horses, back in June 2011. The words he wrote are still true today. ~ HfH There is ...Full Article