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A Step-by-Step Guide to Plaiting a Mane

Growing up, I have always wanted to own a horse. I got interested in it because I used to help my grandfather groom horses for public ceremo.

It's in their eyes...some of my favorite photos are the ones I take of a horses eye!

Caii in lumea artelor. Horse drawings love this!

Gold Breyer horses on reclaimed wood

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Gold Breyer horses on reclaimed wood -- stall decoration at the County Fair? Use animals that correspond with project type?

Confused about when and how to blanket your horse? Check out our handy guide! @SMRequestrian stylemyride.com

♥ Horse Stuff ♥ Confused about when and how to blanket your horse? Check out our handy guide!

5 Converted Horse Trailers Now Transport Swank Mobile Bars

5 Converted Horse Trailers Now Transport Swank Mobile Bars

Vintage Bar Box provided a mobile horse box popup bar hire for Petworth Festival at Bignor House Sussex, to accompany an outdoor theatre play for children.

The most typical reason for clipping is to enable the horse to work comfortably and without undue sweating during the winter months when their coats grow naturally thicker. The clipped horse will be denied his natural protection from winter weather, and will need to be provided with additional protection in the form of both stable and waterproof outdoor rugs, ideally with suitable shelter facilities in his paddock.

The most typical reason for clipping is to enable the horse to work comfortably and without undue sweating during the winter months when their coats grow naturally thicker. The clipped horse will be denied his natural protection from winter weather, and w

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Gin bar pop up food truck

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The Clothes Horse: Nostalgia

We decided it would be fun to add a modern twist on the traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Since farm to table is the new revolution in our thinking about eating, what better way to present this concept than with an elegant dinner setting at Dr. Beth Glosten’s lovely barn. We chose Dr.Glosten, author of The Riding Doctor, not only because her barn is wonderful, but she is a passionate advocate for slow food and grows a majority of what she eats on her farm.  Donner Girl (AKA DG) Oldenburg…

A Moveable Feast – An Equestrian Thanksgiving Equestrian Stylist

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