Stranded foal rescued

13 06 2007

It's OK, little guy

The Northern Horse blog has a great story about a wild foal being rescued from a shoal in the Red Deer River in Alberta. Link (with better pictures!) via Wild Horses of Alberta.

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Equilink, the equine search engine

13 06 2007

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Equilink is a brand new search engine dedicated to all things equine. From their press release:

  • New horse enthusiasts can make far more informed selections, while established horse lovers will be thrilled by the depth and breadth of its superbly organized search results.
  • Users can drill down by state and city, so finding geographically accurate results is a cinch!
  • Equilink’s dedication to preventing click fraud is unparalleled in the search engine universe.
  • Equilink’s mission is to give back to the equine community. As such, 10% of all Equilink’s net proceeds will be used to support equine retirement & rescue sanctuaries and medical research, unlike any other search engine.

I like this, and I think you will too. Check it out!

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Wild horse roundup in Spain

13 06 2007

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Men catch a horse during the “Rapa Das Bestas” event in Mougas, northwestern Spain. Throughout the summer, hundreds of wild horses are rounded up, trimmed and groomed in different villages in Galicia. Link

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Bouncy bouncy

13 06 2007

Remember when I used to post relevant, well-researched, educational stuff about horses? (Yeah, me neither) This isn’t one of those posts. Check out this…odd bouncy castle! Link via BoingBoing by way of guess who.

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