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Horse Network 09/12/2019 10:00
Today, the name Beezie Madden is synonymous with American show jumping and Olympic medals. But there was a time when team USA’s most decorated rider was short on both money and good horses. Though never on ambition, it would seem. The year was 1989. Twenty-five year old Beezie (then “Patton”) was working for John Madden. .
Horse Network 09/09/2019 09:59
When I was a senior in veterinary school, I spent three months working in central Kentucky, in what-was-at-the-time the largest Thoroughbred veterinary practice in the world. It was just a fantastic experience. I learned tons about horses and horse medicine. But I was was also completely captivated by the stately barns, lush pastures, and especially. .
Horse Network 09/06/2019 10:49
STOCKBRIDGE , MASS. — A Massachusetts woman has decided to ditch her own shoes after impassioned online shaming by barefoot advocates inspired her to reconsider not only her horse’s footwear, but her own podiatric health to boot. Selma Pierce, 43, says that last fall, she posted a picture of her 11-year-old warmblood Donnie’s cracked feet online. .
Horse Network 09/02/2019 12:42
On Friday, Irish Olympian Kevin Babington sustained a spinal cord injury in his neck after a tragic fall at the Hampton Classic in the $75,000 Douglas Elliman Grand Prix Qualifier CSI4*. Babington was airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital after he and his horse Shorapur both fell at the C element of the triple combination. .
Horse Network 08/21/2019 20:53
A clarion is an adjective that means “brilliantly clear.” It’s also the name of a dinosaur-sized horse that jumped a brilliant clear for Canada’s Kristen Senger in the CSI4*-W Happy Welcome 1.40m at Langley’s Thunderbird Show Park on Wednesday. One of five combinations to qualify for the jump off in the Peter Holmes’ designed course,. .
Horse Network 08/16/2019 17:41
Geologists estimate that, given the extreme temperatures and pressure needed, it takes between one and three billion years for a diamond to fully form. That’s an estimated 25 to 75 percent of the earth’s age. So, “middle age” for a diamond—the time it takes to begin to become a finished gem—is about 1.5 billion years. .
Horse Network 08/14/2019 12:21
I was recently at a summer show and talking to a very experienced coach who asked me if I could do a session at the barn for her riders. “The riders get so negative the week of the event—everything around them seems to bother them and all I do is deal with emotions,” she told. .

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