Volunteer for The Horse Fund

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Horse Fund is the single most influential all volunteer advocacy group dedicated to equine protection. Based in the U.S., The Horse Fund act as lobbyists and industry watchdogs using imaginative strategies and innovative campaigns. Get involved. Join us. Together let's see what we can do for horses. We are currently seeking horse lovers 18… Continue reading Volunteer for The Horse Fund

Why would a king ride a donkey instead of a warhorse?

JERUSALEM — Why would a king ride a donkey instead of a warhorse (Zechariah 9:9-10)? We have been debating the answer to this the past week or so. This is the answer we found most interesting because of its symbolic interpretations. Many have wondered why the king mentioned in Zechariah 9:9-10 would ride a donkey into… Continue reading Why would a king ride a donkey instead of a warhorse?

Horses buck evolutionary ideas

ABOUT HORSES — A cautionary tale in evolutionary theory is coming straight from the horse’s mouth. When ancient horses diversified into new species, those bursts of evolution weren’t accompanied by drastic changes to horse teeth, as scientists have long thought. A new evolutionary tree of horses reveals three periods when several new species emerged, scientists report… Continue reading Horses buck evolutionary ideas

Budweiser Super Bowl Ad super disappointing — no Clydesdales

The beloved Clydesdale horses are not making an appearance in this year's Budweiser Super Bowl ad a few headlines are shouting. Well, that's not 100% correct. According to other sources, the Clydesdales are in this year's Budweiser Super Bowl ad — but for about two seconds and out of focus. Must be these horses. It… Continue reading Budweiser Super Bowl Ad super disappointing — no Clydesdales

Horses can learn to tell us what they need (with signs)

This is not big news to anyone who has lived with horses. They let you know what they want alright, if you tune into them. But this is fun and should wake at least a few humans up how smart horses are. My horses will no doubt be highly amused when I tell them about… Continue reading Horses can learn to tell us what they need (with signs)

Tiny real-life horses of Greek Myth headed for extinction

Skyros ponies, thought to have pulled Achilles' legendary chariot, have declined to about 200 animals left on Earth. Cross-posted from the National Geographic » By Kristin Hugo Published September 27, 2016 The issues facing these special horses are manmade and sound all too familiar. -Ed. The breed that may have pulled Achilles’ legendary chariot is… Continue reading Tiny real-life horses of Greek Myth headed for extinction