The Mets are Winning, Serious Horsepower, and Other Must-Click Links of the Week

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Welcome to our link roundup, where we share our favorite stories from around the Internet! Know a link that should be included? Email it to americasbestracing@gmail.com!

In what may be my favorite article I’ve read all year, Tyler Parker goes on a glorious rant about the awesomeness of horses and why they should be in every single movie made. (The Ringer)

The horsemanship on display at Dussehra is incredible! (OZY)

Prado’s Sweet Ride gave her owners, the Brommers, one of the happiest Thanksgivings they can remember. (The Pantagraph)

This is wonderful news! Old Friends, a famous retirement home for racehorses, is getting a California branch. (Paulick Report)

We know horses swish their tails to get rid of flies, but there’s so much more to the action than that. (The Horse)

Please enjoy this video of a jockey and a retired racehorse having a blast playing together:

I am now officially obsessed with Tango, the Internet’s new horse weirdo. (Mashable)

Who are the people riding horses and mules around Austin? (KUT 90.5)

DreamCatcher is a horse rescue that specializes in saving special-needs horses. (Orlando Sentinel)

What a wonderful video from Darley! Australian Hall of Fame jockey Darren Beadman has his first ride in six years as he reunites with his old pal Lonhro.

Where does Tuffy the horse stay for the Calgary Stampede? It’s not where you might expect! (Calgary Herald)

This is probably the cutest thing you’ll see all week!

Meet Jennifer Cocoma Hustis, an equine artist who brings horses to life through her paintings. (News OK)

The Mets are finally beating everyone … at Aqueduct, where horses named for the New York baseball team are cleaning up. (San Francisco Chronicle)

Looking for the best horses in Red Dead Redemption 2? Here you go! (Games Radar)

This is absolutely incredible: two Belgian draft horses were able to pull a stranded semi up a hill. Talk about horsepower! (KARE 11)

If this doesn’t put a huge smile on your face, I’m not sure what will:

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