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 firstname.lastname@example.org!
SPOOKY! Baltimore’s The Horse You Came In On was just named the Food Network’s most haunted restaurant in Maryland. (CBS Baltimore)
Zoe Newman, a teenager from Maryland, is living my dream: she just became the first person in history to foster an entire herd of wild Assateague ponies. (Delmarva Now)
Fred the miniature horse is bringing smiles to the patients of Helen DeVos Children's Hospital. Good boy, Fred! (Fox 17 Online)
Aww, it looks like Catholic Boy is settling into his new home at Claiborne Farm!
How do you find “that horse”? If you’re a rider looking for a high-level eventing candidate, this is a really good read. (United States Eventing Association)
If you’re a racing and reading fan, “The Key to the Quarter Pole” sounds really, really good! (The Virginia Gazette)
Lisa Campbell didn’t let a series of tragedies stop her from achieving her dream of competing in the Quarter Horse Congress. (WBNS)
This is just lovely:
I love this: a University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor is researching how equine therapy can help people with Autism and ADHD. (NET Nebraska)
The Horseracing Integrity Act not only has bipartisan support in Congress, but it also has the backing of the Humane Society of the United States, Animal Wellness Action, and the ASPCA. (The Hill)
Bojack Horseman fans, rejoice! The Netflix show is back. (The AV Club)
OK, this is awesome: apparently there’s a crossover between Magic: The Gathering and My Little Pony, and it’s called Ponies: The Galloping. (Kokatu)
This may be my favorite link all week since it combines horses and Halloween: the equines of Colonial Williamsburg are getting a very spooky makeover! (The Virginia Gazette)
Speaking of Halloween, this person just won it: