Transportation of the horse

Many causes can force us to transport horses, to go to a fair, to provide specific medical care or simply by moving home. Although it can cause us anguish, this displacement does not have to pose any risk for us or for the animals. All we need is follow some steps....
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The Criollo horse

The Criollo horse, considered the though one from the Pampa, comes from the first Andalusian and Arabian horses imported by the Spanish conquerors in the 16thcentury. Throughout the time, these horses, often wild, got adapted to their new environment, the Pampa, and became very tough and rough by na...
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All about HORSES

Horses use their ears, eyes and nostrils to express their mood. They also communicate their feelings through facial expressions, and they have near 360 degree vision. They do however have blind spots directly in front and behind them.  It is extremely Dangerous to ...
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About Horses!

Horses and humans have an ancient relationship.  Asian nomads probably domesticated the first horsessome 4,000 years ago, and the animals remainedessential to many human societies until the advent of the engine. Horses still hold a place of honor in manycultures, o...
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Horse Names

If you’ve ever been to a horse race, you probably know that most horse names are ridiculous. Cats and dogs are usually given cute, powerful, or human-like names, but horses tend to end up with names like “Seabiscuit”, “Horlicks” or “Ohnoitsmymotherinlaw.” As random as this may seem, t...
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