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My interest in Fashion Week (which was, let’s be honest, already really high) just went up by 1,000 percent because a miniature horse just walked a runway! (New York Post)
Speaking of miniature horses, did you know they can be service animals? Meet Flirty, a mini who helps his owner Abrea Hensley in her day-to-day life. (3 News Now)
Click play. You need this. Trust me.
If you haven’t heard of Thoroughbred trainer and owner Tony Michael Gattellaro, then click this link – he has some really great ideas for racing. (Ontario Racing)
If you like horses and bourbon, then you’re going to want to know more about the partnership with Horse Country and Maker’s Mark. (WEKU)
No explanation needed for this level of awesome:
Speaking of awesome, this little foal has big shoes to fill with two Thoroughbred superstars as parents! (CNN International)
These photos of snow polo in St. Moritz, Switzerland, are stunning. In the words of Liz Lemon, I want to go to there. (Forbes)
Time to experience a day in the life of a mare on a Thoroughbred farm!
I love horses (obviously) and I love mythology, so this interview exploring the role of equines in lore is right up my alley. (Pacifica Post)
Here is a video of an adorable pony dancing in the snow. Trust me, you need this! (AccuWeather)
If you love craft beer, you need to hear about Kentucky’s Brewgrass Trail! (TDN Weekend)
Who knew The Rock was a horse guy? He just keeps getting cooler.
Dr. Larry Bramlage is one of the most respected equine vets in the world, and his commitment to the safety of horses is only getting stronger. (Paulick Report)
Bookmark this link for future use, since it has a lot of the major events on the 2019 international racing calendar! (CNN)
Meet the 34-year-old rookie who just won $800,000 in horse racing’s top betting tournament. (BloodHorse)
I cannot add anything of value to this headline: The cow who thinks she’s a Thoroughbred. (Paulick Report)