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"We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals."Welcome to HorseHints. It is my hope that this site will become one of your favorite informational horse sites! Please share HorseHints with your friends, too. The following are categories that I hope will be of interest to you. The main topics are in alphabetical order to make it easier for you to browse. You can also use the google search. It searches for content on my site, only. The search is located in the upper right hand corner of this index page and another directly below the alphabetical category listing. It is a quick and easy way to find articles that pertain to the information for which you may be searching.
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Alphabetical Category List of Horse Related Categories
Activities/Horse Related - Calendars, Metro, DC
Alphabetical Category List of Non-Horsey Information
Dog N' Puppy Tips
01-07-2015 Index/Horse Breeds-400+
Non-Gaited, Gaited/Pony/Extinct Horse Breeds
More than four hundred breeds listed alphabetically for easy use. Other pertinent breed articles are also included.
01-07-2015 African Wild Ass
Arabian and African Horse Breeds
01-07-2015 Donkeys aka Ass, Equus Africanus Asinus, Equus Asinus--Used Around the World
01-07-2015 Donkey vs. Horses in Pain
Mali and the Equid (Horses and Donkeys)
Sahel West Africa Horses Mules
Sahel Region of Africa
Western Sudan Pony aka Darfur Pony, Gharkawi or Kordofani Breed
06-04-2014 Rare Horse BreedsActivities, Calendars, Metro and DC/Horse Related
American Civil War
Index/American Civil War Battles and the Horse's Role (Many Articles)
(1861-1865), often referred to as The Civil War in the United States, was a civil war fought over the secession of the Confederate States.
Classes, Seminars and Museums on Horse Topics
12-22-2014 Index/Classes, Lectures, Seminars, and Volunteerism
Listings and information of classes, seminars, museum exhibits and volunteerism opportunities dealing with horse related information. This section is time sensitive.
National Sporting Library and Museum09-18-2013 The Sporting Library/Angling in the Western World/September 28, 2013 - March 23, 2014
The Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center would like to announce our 2014-2015 schedule of "Tuesday Talks"
January 13th 2015-- "Managing Pastures to Optimize Horse and Environmental Health"/Dr. Bridgett McIntosh
February 10th 2015--"Perinatal Foal Care"/Dr. Martin Furr
March 10th 2015--"Equine Behaviour"/Dr. Leslie Sinn
April 7th 2015--"Tools to Diagnose Equine Cardiac Diseases"/Dr. Anne Desrochers
Presentations will begin at 7:00 pm in the library of the Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center, Leesburg, Virginia.
Please contact Sharon Peart at 703-771-6842 or email@example.com for reservations or information.
08-27-2014 Carriage HorsesJudged exhibitions of horses and ponies.
Cowboys Around the World
Black Cowboys of the United States 1800's
01-03-2015 Index/Cowboys Around the World
01-03-2015 African-American Cowboys (Black Cowboys)
06-22-2014 Australian Cowboys
01-21-2013 Canadian Cowboys
03-10-2013 Charro Cowboys
03-10-2013 Csikós Hungarian Cowboy/Gulyás
02-06-2012 Cracker Cowboy
04-03-2012 Argentina San Antonio/Gaucho Parade
02-05-2012 Hawaiian Paniolo
Black Cowboys of the United States 1800's
01-03-2015 Index/African-American Cowboys (Black Cowboys)
Facts, Hints, Terminology and Tips
10-26-2014 Index/Horse Facts, Terminology and Tips
A myriad of horse related facts, hints, terms and tips.
06-09-2014 Triple Crown
The average horse produces nearly nine tons of manure a year!
"What's happening (in a gassy horse) is whatever feed is getting to the colon (is producing) a substantial amount of gas. Generally when gas is produced it is because feed is being digested rapidly and the bacterial population in the gut has shifted. Gas is a byproduct of that, so it's really all about the 'bugs' (inside the gut).
Helping the Grassy Horse
N.M. Horse Processing Plant Wins Permit
Update: Federal Judge Haults Plans to Start Horse Slaughters "A meat plant in New Mexico has received a federal permit to begin processing horses...
Federal Judge Christina Armijio of Federal District Court has issued a restraining order to companies in New Mexico and Iowa to start slaughtering horses.
Oklahoma Horse Processing Bill Advances
"On March 18, members of the Oklahoma Senate Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development unanimously passed HB 1999. The bill now moves on to the full Oklahoma Senate for consideration. Meanshile, SB 375 remains pending in the Oklahoma House Committee on Agriculture and Wildlife."
Farrier and Your Horse About Hoofin' It!
09-08-2012 Index/Farrier Wisdom (Many Articles)
Hoof care, bones, hoof problems and your horse.
Music05-15-2012 Appaloosa by Gino Vannelli
Cowboy Music and Poetry
The Cowboy's Favorite Music
My dear friend, Cowboy Frank, has a 24 hour continous, non-repeating music and cowboy poetry station. This is quite an incredible undertaking that he has created and he continues to add new music and poetry. For lovers of real cowboy music this is a must enjoy site.
Song Writers and Composers08-03-2013 Foster Stephen/American Songwriter
Kid's and Big Kid's Corner
Spend quality time together learning and creating
Index/Cowboys Around the World
Health and Kids
Guide for Healthy and Happy Kids! This URL was provided to me by one of the visitors to my HorseHints.org site. I have looked at this site and determined that it seems to be an excellent, informative site for Children's Health. There is also no advertising on it. I do not want any advertising on my site--just good, reliable information--no agendas.
Important and Useful Medical Links Below09-08-2012 Animal Drugs and the FDA
11-08-2014 NIH/US National Library of Medicine-Outside of DC in Bethesda, MD this is an amazing treasure. America's finest!
11-07-2014 NIH/US Medical Library/The Horse: A Mirror of Man
NIH/General Tours of the National Library of Medicine
NIH/Tours of the History of Medicine Division Reading Room and Exhibitions
NIH/Turning the Pages
Anatomy of An Horse is an historical book in the NIH "Turning the Pages" program.
Newest Classes and Lectures at the National Sporting Library: Classes,seminars,Lectures and Volunteer Opportunities
National Sporting Library and Museum
Great Meadow: Moving to the Next Level
At National Sporting Library & Museum
A Sportsman en plein air: C.D. Clarke
MIDDLEBURG, VA - National Sporting Library & Museum (NSLM) is pleased to announce the opening of A Sportsman en plein air: C. D. Clarke, on view from September 12 to December 28, 2014. The traveling exhibition of twenty-one watercolors and oil paintings, curated by Claudia Pfeiffer, the NSLM's George L. Ohrstrom, Jr. Curator of Art, will proceed to Pebble Hill Plantation in Thomasville, Georgia, and be on view there from January 8 to April 30, 2015.
Edward Troye and His Biographers: The Archives of Harry Worcester Smith and Alexander Mackay-Smith
September 26 - January 3rd
On view at the Library
Faithfulness to Nature: Paintings of Edward Troye
October 26 - March 29th, 2015
On view at the Museum
NSLM Open House
Poetry reading by Catherine Staples on The Rattling Window
Thursday, November 20th - 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Open to the public
12-10-2014 Most Toxic Substances to HorsesTop
Kayaking and Horsing Merge
Horses and kayaking have many similarities. Balance, personal growth (intellectual, physical and mental), exercise, exploration, enjoying nature, endless learning, sharing experiences with a partner or friends, safety concerns, etc., are all a part of kayaking just as they are for horse-back-riding. In fact, Bill and I have started our kayaking paddling the many rivers and creeks where we used to ride. We see these areas from a water view instead of a land view--it's fascinating!
Index/Kayaking (Many Articles)
Many of our horse trails went along rivers, bays and creeks. Bill and I now kayak and follow many of the waterways we rode.
Travel/Recent + Picture Galleries
Index/Travel and Tips and Knowledge
Recent travel trips from around the world: conversions, calculators, itineraries, etc., as well as galleries.
Israel Trip02-24-2014 Israel Travel (Part 1)
A Bit of Acco
Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre
Many Faces of Israel
Interiors Photographed of Holy Places (Churches, Mosques and Synagogues)
Jewel of Wonders/Random Photos/Part 1
Jewel of Wonders/Random Photos/Part 2
A Glimpse of Israel from the Rooftops
Web Stuff from Cowboy Frank (My Guru!)
09-08-2012 Java Scripts From Cowboy Frank
09-08-2012 Setting Up An Internet Radio Station
09-08-2012 Software Recommendations
09-08-2012 Webcam Reviews and Comparisons
09-08-2012 Webam/Setting Up
09-08-2012 Webcams and Speed
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