Rehoming Horses, Inside the Far Hills Meet, and More Must-Click Links of the Week

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The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation’s Second Chances Program at Blackburn Correctional Complex pairs inmates with ex-racehorses. The program is in its 20th year, and the impact it’s made on both horses and humans is immeasurable. (Paulick Report)

If you love history and horses, you’re going to want to read all about the ancient Roman chariot and horse fossils recently unearthed in Croatia. (MSN)

The Everest is back! Here’s what you need to know about the world’s richest grass race. (CNN)

Step inside the Far Hills Steeplechase for a look at the fun and fashion of New Jersey’s iconic jump races. (New Jersey)

This news made my day: Omaha Beach will stay in training for three more races! (Thoroughbred Daily News)

Showing very excellent judgment, Shakira and Gerard Pique spent a day horseback riding on the beach. (HOLA!)

I love this: miniature horses are helping kids overcome bullying. (Andover Townsman)

This horse is an evil genius, and I want to feed him peppermints:

Bella Hadid’s horse should model, too! Seriously, he’s a stunner. (Vogue)

Park rangers on Assateague Island are taking smart steps to protect the wild ponies from eating visitors’ food. (WBOC)

Rehoming horses is a very important topic, and science is now looking into how and why horses find their forever homes. (The Horse)

Fascinating: the last truly wild horses, the endangered Przewalski's horses, are thriving at Chernobyl. (Popular Mechanics)

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