Black Friday Shopping at the Horse Fund

ForestBoyz 2017 Calendar Cover

We don't usually post about such things such as Black Friday but the Horse Fund's Gift Shop has never looked so good and had such a wide range of beautiful merchandise. One of our favorite artists is a photographer who goes by LauraZ. She does an exclusive calendar centered on three black Friesian horses, and… Continue reading Black Friday Shopping at the Horse Fund

Low cost gelding clinic coming to Fallon, Nevada Nov 24, 25

Stabled Horse. NERN.

NATIONAL EQUINE RESOURCE NETWORK PRESS RELEASE A low cost gelding clinic will be held at Snow Livestock & Grain in Fallon, NV on Saturday, Nov 24th and Sunday, Nov 25th. Private horse owners in need of this service are invited to participate in this event that is co-hosted by National Equine Resource Network (NERN) and… Continue reading Low cost gelding clinic coming to Fallon, Nevada Nov 24, 25

BLM bait trap Cloud’s herd

Cloud the Stallion watches over his territory. The Cloud Foundation.

This is beyond disgusting, made even more so because -- like all of the other BLM roundups -- they are unnecessary. Men in the white hats indeed, playing cowboy. What a despicable way to make a living. To be proud of it is even more shameful. The Associated Press reports: POWELL, Wyo. — Cloud, the… Continue reading BLM bait trap Cloud’s herd

Horse Racing: Breeding by the Numbers

Written by JANE ALLIN Research Analyst, Int'l Fund for Horses GLOBALLY in excess of 100,000 Thoroughbreds are produced each year, few of which in actual fact make it to the finish line. Current statistics from The Jockey Club (2009) identify the USA as the most prolific country in terms of foal crops holding almost 30%… Continue reading Horse Racing: Breeding by the Numbers