Heather Moffett Vogue Saddle Review

HM Vogue dressage saddle

In my quest to ride in as many different saddles as possible, my latest acquisition was a Heather Moffett Vogue. This is one of those “neither fish nor fowl” designs. It doesn’t have a typical tree and it isn’t technically a treeless saddle. It is a leather tree, which they call a “SoftTree” and a […]

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Lexington Weathervane expected to bring $35,000 at Auction

Lexington Weathervane

A rare weathervane depicting the thoroughbred stallion Lexington, is expected to bring $35,000 at the ninth annual Sporting Art Auction in Kentucky this weekend. Check out the link to the catalog of items as there are some fabulous paintings and bronzes being auctioned off. The hollow-body Lexington copper weathervane has a cast zinc head is […]

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A Little Bit of Freedom

Horse hair bracelet

Sending Freedom off to Virginia was a bit traumatic — probably more so for me than for him, as he’s settled in quickly and well. When he was about to leave, I received such a thoughtful gift from my co-op partner (Curly’s Mom) — a bracelet made from Freedom’s tail hair. I have really enjoyed […]

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How to Introduce your Dog to Horses

Periodically, I invite other bloggers to publish an article on Equine Ink. This article is written by Melissa Waltz, who grew up on a family farm with 4 dogs, sheep, a few hens, gooses, and two Appaloosas (named Ronny & Barty), and one American Miniature Horses (Moosa). Before opting for a full-time vet-tech career, she interned at Fort […]

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Knicks Go wins Breeders’ Cup Classic, Heads to Pegasus World Cup

Knicks Go wins Breeders' Cup Classic

Knicks Go barrelled out of the starting gate and never relinquished control of the Breeders’ Cup Classic, laying down a wire-to-wire win. While most handicappers expected Medina Spirit to go after Knicks Go at the start, Medina Spirit broke slowly and never challenged Knicks Go. The 5-year old colt came into this race having won […]

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Modern Games wins 2021 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf after erroneous Scratch

Modern Games wins Juvenile Turf after Albahr falls in starting gate

Chaos at the starting gate for the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf race caused one horse to be disqualified, caused veterinarians at the gate to erroneously report that Modern Games, the starting favorite had been scratched, and cost the betting public millions. The good news is that Albahr, who reared up, caught a hoof over the […]

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Saddle up the Home Horse

Home Horse

When you aren’t able to ride your real horse, the Home Horse can help you get back into shape from the comfort (and safety) of your home. It’s exactly what you need when you’re recovering from an injury or can’t get to the barn for awhile, or you want to have a bit of fun […]

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Tim and Jonelle Price share the Podium at Pau 5*

Tim Price and Falco

Tim and Jonelle Price proved again that they are the power couple of eventing, finishing first and third at the Pau 5*. This is the second time this year that the couple were on the podium at a 5* event this year, having finished second and third at Kentucky. Tim rode Falco in the gelding’s […]

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