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Metro Meteor – The horse who picked up a paintbrush

Its good to see a story with a happy ending on this Thanksgiving Day. Be sure to click on the link at the end to listen to the article on NPR and read it in full… it is really a very nice story. Enjoy. ~ HfH From: NPR By: Frank DeFord This is a Thanksgiving Full Article

A New Mom

This one was shared with us by email. It happened this past summer in SW England at the Mare and Foal Sanctuary in Newton Abbot, UK. ~ HfH Hours ...Full Article

Study: Some Horses, Riders have ‘Co-Being’ Relationship

The stories I was blessed to read from submissions to Habitat for Horses photo contest this summer really struck a chord with me. The horse and human each were ...Full Article

Horse and rider see America close up

Who has not wanted to take a trip across the US by horseback? Alex McNeil has been doing so in order to raise awareness on Land Conservation. Alex’s horse, ...Full Article

Gentle method of horse training can work with relating to people

From: MySanAntonio.com By: Roy Bragg COMFORT — Cinnamon, a 24-year-old mare who’s blind in her right eye, stood alone in the corner of a corral on a Hill Country ...Full Article

Goat decides to guide blind horse for 16 years (Video)

A really touching video about a woman who owns a goat and a horse, and the beautiful relationship that develops between the two animals. From: AmericaBlog By: John Aravosis ...Full Article

Carriage rides offer peace to disabled veterans

Volunteers organize carriage trips at Vets home From: Napa Valley Register By: Rosemarie Kempton YOUNTVILLE — Jack and Jake waited obediently in front of Holderman Hospital, located on the ...Full Article

Aw-foal-ly cute: Wildlife Park welcomes endangered Przewalski foal

From: The Herald – Scotland The foal was born to 12-year-old mare Ieda and six-year-old stallion Hero at the park in Kingussie on September 2 and is doing well. ...Full Article

Horse riding therapy is different kind of lesson for these students

From: Highlands Today By: Pallavi Agarwal AVON PARK – “Kick in with both your legs,” Heartland Horses and Handicapped stable manager Joy Ongley instructed the horse-mounted kids. They did, ...Full Article

Estrogens Derived From Horse Urine Linked to Heart Disease Risk

A new study that finds higher risks of deep vein thrombosis blood clots in those taking conjugated estrogens for menopause symptoms. From: Everydayhealth.com By: Jennifer J Brown, PhD MONDAY, ...Full Article