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Hermès Launches A Limited Edition Equestrian-themed Scarf - Pursuitist

Hermès Launches A Limited Edition Equestrian-themed Scarf  - Pursuitist | GHPhorses | Scoop.it
Hermès is all about horses and most of their products are inspired by the equestrian world. Even the logo of the famous French high-end fashion house that manufactures leather products, perfumes and apparel depicts a Duc carriage with horse. The horse carriage represents the company’s beginnings as a horse saddlery manufacturer. Hermès is also synonym …

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PETA Accuses Two Trainers of Cruelty to Horses - New York Times

PETA Accuses Two Trainers of Cruelty to Horses - New York Times | GHPhorses | Scoop.it
PETA Accuses Two Trainers of Cruelty to Horses New York Times But People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, after conducting an undercover investigation, has accused Asmussen and his top assistant trainer, Scott Blasi, of subjecting their horses...
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The racing industry needs more regulation.

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Jimmy Fallon backs Liam Neeson's campaign to stop Mayor de Blasio's horse carriage ban

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Carriage horse drivers have a new celebrity supporter — Jimmy Fallon. “The Tonight Show” host expressed his backing for Hollywood heavyweight Liam Neeson, who has been waging a campaign to try and persuade Mayor de Blasio to change his mind on banning the horses.

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Susie Blackmon's curator insight, March 8, 2014 6:42 AM

Another celebrity supporter!

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New York State Horse Council Issues Statement on Manhattan Carriage Horses, Urges Nationwide Support

New York State Horse Council Issues Statement on Manhattan Carriage Horses, Urges Nationwide Support | GHPhorses | Scoop.it

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The outcome of these carriage horses might indirectly effect all horse owners in the future. Should they stay or go?

 

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Susie Blackmon's curator insight, January 13, 2014 6:30 PM

"The world is watching..."

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16 horses made of ice. Just what you need when it is cold outside....

16 horses made of ice.  Just what you need when it is cold outside.... | GHPhorses | Scoop.it

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What can you make?

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Randi Thompson's curator insight, January 3, 2014 8:44 AM

Which one is your favorite?

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Horses Require Extra Attention when Temperatures Plummet.

Horses Require Extra Attention when Temperatures Plummet. | GHPhorses | Scoop.it
Horses Require Extra Attention when Temperatures Plummet
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This excellent mare has been ridden under English saddle for ten years. She has three flowing gaits and is elegant over 3' fences.
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Is your horse dry? Well blanketed? Has hay? Had enough warm water? These are crucial questions to answer with cold temperatures. 

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Walking-horse industry not ending abuse | Kentucky.com

Walking-horse industry not ending abuse | Kentucky.com | GHPhorses | Scoop.it
Soring is illegal. Soring is the deliberate infliction of pain upon a horse's front legs and hooves to achieve an exaggerated gait in the show ring. Unfortunately, you wouldn't know soring is illegal because the system is broken.

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Can we please not in flick pain on our horses. 

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'War Horse' Salutes World War I's Equine Brigade - KCUR

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'War Horse' Salutes World War I's Equine Brigade
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The National World War I Museum, housed at the base of the Liberty Memorial, is this year marking the 100th anniversary of the start of that war.
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Who Speaks for the Carriage Horses?

Who Speaks for the Carriage Horses? | GHPhorses | Scoop.it
In the fight over the future of the city’s carriage horse trade, two sides say they want what is best for the animals.

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Is it about the horses or real-estate? 

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Deborah Spector's curator insight, January 18, 2014 8:18 AM

This is a tricky subject. Where do you stand in the fight about the future of carriage horses in cities?

Randi Thompson's curator insight, January 18, 2014 9:14 AM

The fate of the New York Carriage horses is now being debated.  Both sides have their point of view.  What do you think?

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20 Ways Horse Riding Becomes Life Itself

20 Ways Horse Riding Becomes Life Itself | GHPhorses | Scoop.it
At first, horse riding is just like any other skill you want to learn. You put some effort in and eventually become more effective as time goes on. At some point, things begin to change. Somehow, w...

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Ahhhh - The Horse Life!

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Deborah Spector's curator insight, December 19, 2013 3:53 PM

A must read post about the effects of riding on your life!

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Caring for Senior Horses to a Ripe Old Age.

Caring for Senior Horses to a Ripe Old Age. | GHPhorses | Scoop.it
Thanks to improved nutrition, farriery, dentistry, and veterinary care, horses are living longer, healthier lives and are more active into their senior years. This is largely due to an increased awareness that older horses require ...
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We certainly have come a long way with horse care. The proof is in the age of our older horses.

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