Welcome to Habitat For Horses!|Friday, September 4, 2015

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Why do you use spurs on your horse?

What is your opinion? Voice it by commenting on this post on our website or on Facebook or Twitter. ~ HfH From: HorseTalkNZ Decades ago, I removed my spurs. Research studies suggested that lack of forward movement was not due to insufficient propulsive activity of the hind legs but instead, the incapacity of the thoracolumbar spine’s muscular system to ...Full Article

Children and Equine Therapy – how does it work?

It is a good question. How does interacting with horses help a trouble child or teenager? Anyone who works with horses knows that they react to you honestly – ...Full Article

Save the Date: The Horse at Home – December 3rd, 2015

If you will be in the Houston, Texas area this December – be sure to save the date for Habitat for Horses upcoming “The Horse at Home” Event. Our ...Full Article

What it takes to be an Equine Champion

Be sure to share this post with your family and friends on Facebook, Twitter and your blogs. Everyone can be an Equine Champion! ~ HfH Habitat for Horses has ...Full Article

A Unified Call to Preserve America’s Icon of Freedom

Wild horses and burros have been scapegoated by cattle ranchers and others in the American West for the difficulties they face. It is time to bring all the facts ...Full Article

News update – Wild Horses and PZP

Below are a couple of news articles on the wild horse contraceptive debate. The research on the effects of PZP on wild horses is often over looked by officials ...Full Article

He is a big boy – a handsome black Quarter Horse ready for adoption: Majesty

Both in bearing and in size – his name certainly fits, meet Majesty. At 16 hands high, he is a big enough for many riders. He has excellent ground ...Full Article

(Video) Ready to Ride? Give Nora a home!

Just a month a go we did a post about Nora – the pretty polka dotted chestnut colored Quarter Horse mare. She is 14 hands high and approximately 15 ...Full Article

Navajo Nation eyes agreement reining in slaughter of wild horses

Former New Mexico Governor (D) Bill Richardson’s and actor Robert Redford’s “Foundation to Protect New Mexico Wildlife” is saving horses lives. Their work with the Navajo Nation should lauded ...Full Article

Video: Update on one of the Galveston rescues: Minuet – a Haflinger cross beauty!

 This pretty Bay Tobiano Haflinger Cross came to Habitat for Horses from the Galveston Island rescue made back in January 2015. Our trainer did an evaluation of Minuet’s skills ...Full Article
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