News & Updates

Did You Know?

Haflinger horses are part Arabian? To make the Haflinger originally, it took an Arabian dad and a Tyrolean Mountain mom is what created the breed in the late 1800’s. The

Read More »

Did you know?

The US Military was ranked 3rd in the world with 1,358,500 Active Duty personnel and 799,500 Reservist.

Read More »

Did you know

Clydesdales are a breed from Scotland and named after the River Clyde that runs through Glasgow, Scotland. They range in size of 5.3-6 feet tall and 1,800-2,300 pounds heavy at

Read More »

Did you know?

Horses have one less bone in their body than humans? A horse’s skeleton contains 205 bones and the adult human’s skeleton consists of 206. So when you tell Sonny, that

Read More »

Did you know?

Hooves of wild horses are much more durable than the domesticated horses. People who own a mustang or wild horse experiences their farriers having a hard time to trim the

Read More »

Did you know?

Horses cannot burp or vomit. This is due to the valve from their esophagus to their stomachs is a one way valve. So no matter how much Miss Maggie eats,

Read More »

Did you know?

Horses sleep 4-6 hours a night. Horses can sleep standing up or lying down. Horses will only sleep laying down when they feel safe. A lot of times you will

Read More »

Trivia Fact!

You traditionally mount a horse from the horse’s left side. The reason is because back when riders carried swords the sword would be worn on the left side because everyone

Read More »

How do horses sleep?

Horses can sleep both standing up or laying down. You will catch a herd sleeping and there will always be one horse standing for look out for predators.

Read More »
Shopping cart0
There are no products in the cart!
Continue shopping
0