It’s taboo to eat horse in America. … The three U.S. slaughterhouses that dealt in horse closed in 2007, according to the New Food Economy. Horses in the…

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A horse between 12 and 14 hands would most likely need a 22 inch cinch, 14 – 15 hands would need a 24 or 26, depending on how…

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Some of the greatest Thoroughbred racehorses, including Seabiscuit and Man O’ War, raced for only two years before retiring. Others, like 16-consecutive race winner Cigar, continued racing as…

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Will your horse allow you to mount and dismount from either side? Mounting from the left is just tradition. Read why it is important for your horse to…

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You can download and print one from www.usef.org. Once completed, return the application to the USEF with the appropriate fees. Once the USEF has processed your request, your…

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The most common draft breeds in the American circus are Percherons and Belgians, but many draft breeds are used. Fun fact: Draft horses were also responsible for pulling…

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Until this practice is banned and Congress passes a law against slaughter here in the U.S., no horse is safe. The term “horse slaughter” refers exclusively to the…

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Average Cost Median Cost Bedding $275 $125 Building Maintenance $1,169 $200 Training $192 $250 Total $3,876 $2,419 How much does it cost to stable a horse per month?…

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“John Byro did recognize his horse when it was returned from Mourad and Azam. He knew the boys stole the horse from him but still did not accuse…

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Why is a horseshoe considered lucky? Horseshoes have long been considered lucky. They were originally made of iron, a material that was believed to ward off evil spirits,…

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