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Hickstead, Star Show-Jumping Horse, Dies During Competition
One of Canada’s top Olympic athletes — a stallion named Hickstead — collapsed and died in front of hundreds of spectators while competing in Italy on Sunday.
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November 06, 2011
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Horses change lives
We had a great time at Riding To The Top’s annual Triple B fundraiser last week. The therapeutic riding center raised about $80,000 from 350 party goers. Congratulations!Most poignant for me was the talk by RTT parent Missy Burke, who’s nine year old
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October 21, 2011
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Horse Stuff Feels Good
I was thinking of the word ‘psychosomatic.’ It is defined as relating to both the mind and the body or to the mind-body interrelationships.Hmmm.&amp;nbsp;I’ve got a bad back. I think a lot of you do, too.But please don’t take away my horses and ho
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October 13, 2011
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Waiting for Frosty Horse Breath
This fall is one of contrasts. We’ve got falling leaves and hot, humid days. We’ve got the horses’ winter coats coming in and bugs galore. We’ve got shin-high clover and shorter nights. I’ve been working in tank tops during the day and digging o
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September 29, 2011
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Horse Headache
I was sniffing around for horse brain-related stuff and ran across separate articles by Clinton Anderson and Linda Parelli that left me scratching my head.In Anderson’s article, he makes reference to&amp;nbsp; the ‘thinking side of the horse’s brain
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September 21, 2011
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