With all the great pictures floating around the internet, we thought it might be fun to showcase some horses with holiday spirit! From all of us here at Parklane, we hope everyone has a joyous and peaceful holiday.
The short answer is yes! Part of the this wall is similar in composition and function to our fingernails and is constantly growing. The hoof is made up by an outer part called the hoof capsule and an inner living part containing soft tissues and bone. As you can probably guess, the outer part protects the sensitive internal hoof tissues. …
Horseback riding isn’t just fun – it’s beneficial in many ways – especially for children. The Pal-O-Mine Equestrian Center in New York put together a detailed list of some of the specific benefits of riding horses and we thought we’d share!
As social herd animals, horses really need the company of other horses to stay emotionally healthy. Even if you ride it every day, feed it, love it, groom it, play with it, you are still a human and not a horse. And let’s not forget the fact that you will not be there at night or whenever you are at …
Here’s proof that horses can get into the Halloween spirit too! We decided to share a few or our favorite costumes from Pinterest, and here’s the link in case you want to look at more! Short-necked Giraffe Dragon Spider Scuba Horse
We found this video on Youtube and just HAD to share it! First off – who names a race horse “Arrrrr” – a pirate maybe? This clip is taken from an actual horse race and LOVE the way he pronounces the name – and better yet … how does Arrrrr! finish? You’ll have to watch to find out! Make …
Why would you want to disguise a horse as an elephant? Well … war makes people try crazy things.
First time riders will realize that riding is a lot tougher than it looks. A lot needs to happen simultaneously to get a horse to increase speed or even walk in a circle without wandering off.
It’s hard to ignore how similar zebras are in comparison to horses. They’re actually both from the same species family and genus, however, you can only find the Zebra in Africa. The most obvious difference are the Zebra’s black and white stripes Aside from location and stripes, but there are many more factors that may set them apart.
So how does a horse see the world? Our understanding of horses’ vision is not yet perfect, but we are starting to understand quite a bit more. So let’s take a moment to look at some of the basics.