Travers Stakes Parties, Kids Taming Wild Horses, and More Must-Click Links of the Week

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Since the Runhappy Travers Stakes is coming up at Saratoga, why not revisit the parties surrounding the Midsummer Derby throughout the years! (Albany Times-Union)

Congratulations to jockey Maria Maysonett, who just got the very first win of her career! (Paulick Report)

If you’re a horse owner, it may be time to microchip your equine. (The Horse)

This should make you smile:

How cool is this? And enterprising New Hampshire woman has up-cycled a horse trailer into a mobile bar. (Daily Hampshire Gazette)

Meet Dylan Huckabone-Miller, a high schooler who’s already making a name for himself in Standardbred horse racing. (Utica Observer-Dispatch)

The Department of Transportation just prioritized miniature horses as service animals on airplanes. Here’s why that’s a good thing. (New York Times)

Someone just scored the largest payout in Humboldt County horse racing history! (Times-Standard)

If you love carousel horses, you’ll enjoy this story how they’re refurbished. (The Sheridan Press)

This is lovely: a pony visited a children’s hospital in Birmingham as a birthday surprise. (BBC)

The Century Racing Club in Canada is bringing joy to its 300 members as they take the ride of racehorse ownership. (Edmonton Journal)

This is how legendary trainer Aidan O’Brien watches his horses exercise:

This is great news: a recent study shows that marine-derived minerals might just increase bone density in racehorses. (The Horse)

This is my dream! An Idaho man just won the Mongol Derby, which is the longest horse race in the world. (ABC)

Six San Juan County kids spent 60 days taming wild horses, and the results are pretty incredible! (Farmington Daily Times)

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