The Blood-Horse

The Blood-Horse is the leading weekly publication devoted to international Thoroughbred racing and breeding. Since 1916, the staff of The Blood-Horse has served the Thoroughbred community with the highest standards of journalistic excellence to provide comprehensive and timely editorial coverage and analysis.

Canter Magazine

While other horse magazines focus on the practical side of horse ownership, Canter is your resource for everything else you want to know about horses. In each issue of Canter, you’ll find articles that appeal to your curiosity, your imagination, and your artistic eye. You’ll read about the great horse cultures of the world, about the warhorses of the past and the work horses of the present, and about equestrian art and artists.

Secretariat

Secretariat, by Raymond Woolfe, Jr., the 25th Triple Crown Anniversary Edition is a celebration of the memory of America’s most beloved racing champion. The first authorized biography and chronology of the life and career of the legendary American Thoroughbred champion, Secretariat was originally published in 1974 immediately following his retirement from racing to stud at Claiborne Farm.

Donna Bernstein

Beauty, power, movement, sensuality, intelligence, freedom – all of the life values I hold dear are their domain. My sense of artistic expression was never so much a photographic reproduction of a horse, as much as an energetic imprint of what I see in them. They are my muse.

Wild Horses of Shackleford Banks

The Shackleford Banks wild horses are a unique historic and cultural legacy. Historical research and genetics testing indicates that these wild horses descended from a core group of the old type of Spanish horses.

Spirit of Horse Gallery

Kim McElroy is renowned for her equine art. For over two decades her pastels have graced popular greeting cards and collectibles, pastel originals and fine art prints. Her visions of horses portray the power and beauty of the horse’s form and offer us a timeless glimpse of its soul.

Fires and Droughts Endanger Wild Horses

About 42,000 wild horses and up to 5,000 wild burros roam in herds through just about every state west of the Rockies. But this year, with a record drought stealing their water supply and wildfires roasting their habitat, this already large population faces its hardest times ever.

Susan Greaves

Greaves’ life-long fascination with horses has found expression in equine subjects. Ranching scenes, horse shows and eventing, and the memorable views of her adopted landscape and frequent travels provide constant visual stimulation.

Institute for Ancient Equestrian Studies

David Anthony and Dorcas Brown organized the Institute for Ancient Equestrian Studies (IAES) at Hartwick College in 1994 as part of a research project on the origins of horseback riding that was funded by the American Philosophical Society, the Wenner Gren Foundation, the U.S. National Science Foundation, the Freedman Foundation and Hartwick College.

Alexa King Studios

For the past 26 years Alexa King has worked professionally as a sculptor. Casting a discerning eye on her subjects and capturing the essence and dynamics of her sculptural studies in bronze, Alexa has won praise and recognition throughout the world. Her forte is her ability to depict her subjects in a way that conveys both depth and emotion to the viewer.

The Horse’s Name Was…

The Horse’s Name Was…: A Dictionary of Famous Horses from History, Literature, Mythology, Television and Movies from the Preface by the author, Terri A. Wear There have been horses in all aspects of life since the horse became domesticated. Horses are found in mythology, ridden in war, kept as pets, star in movies and television, […]

CNN: Government loses track of thousands of adopted horses

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