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    Arabian Horses

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    The black Arabian stallion dances across the paddock, unaware of the gray gelding that stands old and unwanted in the pasture next to him. The black flags his flamboyant silky tail and bolts, startled by a shiny black Lexus. He runs indirectly towards the white wooden fence that separates himself and the old gelding. He tosses his nose to the wind; nostrils flaring, and catches scent of the other horse. He neighs, beckoning, but the old horse only flicks an ear in his direction, uncaring of the pounding

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    Madeline Whittier has not left her house in 17 years because she is on SCID Row. She has severe combined immunodeficiency which is more popularly known as “bubble baby disease.” She takes online classes, reads books, watches movies, and plays games with her mom. Only a few people are allowed in the house- her mom, her nurse, and some of her tutors. They follow the same schedule every single day. Nothing ever changes until one day a family of four moves in next door. An angry father, a quiet mother

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    Frank T. Hopkins

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    replied that the wiry Indian ponies "...can go 90 miles without food or water. They can wear out all the cavalry horses we have on the frontier." What the General didn't know, was that I was aware of the problem even before General Crook had realized the situation. Besides the phenomenal endurance of the mustang, Frank also rated the mustang as an intelligent and economical horse. You see, you can't beat mustang intelligence in the entire equine race. These animals have had to shift for themselves

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    The Process of Horse Breeding

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    Horses have been domesticated for about five-thousand years. (Klinkenborg) Humans have domesticated horses and have controlled horses’ actions. There are many opinions in the horse related world that feel strongly about this topic. People need to raise awareness to the things we are doing to these wonderful animals. It all begins with the breeding process. That is the root of a lot of other problems that have occurred. People working with horses need to realize when to intervene and acknowledge the

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    much horses have contributed to our survival as a species. Introduction: Most people do not realize how much horses have contributed to our survival as a species. Different horse breeds have helped us advance in different ways. But how? How have different breeds shaped our culture that we know today? While reading this book, I invite you to think about this critically. Most people do not realize how much horses have contributed to our survival as a species. By domesticating the early horse to plow

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    when it comes to larger, more powerful animals, like horses, it is necessary to have experience or training on what they can do and how to properly care for the animal in the correct environment. Although the Appaloosa and Quarter horse are both very versatile and popular breeds, I would like to find the best suited and safest as a first horse by comparing their history, appearance, and common uses. Even if you do not know what an Appaloosa horse is you can almost bet you have seen one. Throughout

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    Riding A Horse Essay

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    ` A horse is one of the strongest mammals. Their strength and power can a make learning how to ride a horse a challenge. When it comes to riding horses, there are many different things to acquire. Many people want to ride horses for the fun of it but do not know the proper way to ride to ensure the comfort of the horse and the safety of the rider. Although the proper steps to take in riding a horse may look difficult, it becomes simple with practice. Overview The steps that must be followed

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    Horse Show Narrative

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    an important event that has happened in their lives, mine is my first State Horse Show. It was a very amazing experience in my life that I will never forget. I remember everything that happened before during and after the event. This event made me become more serious in my barrel racing. The day of the event was very nerve wracking. All I could think about was my run. My nerves are running wild as I am warming my horse Cowboy up. Our turn to run is approaching and I can tell Cowboy is getting nervous

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    ridden horses for three years. Although, I have never had time to compete in rodeo, I still enjoy riding. I began riding after I recieved my horse, Jake. After doing some research, I practically taught myself to ride him. I was hooked on the fact that I had power over the animal. The connection was irreplaceable. With that said, the secret behind a good rider is the preparations he or she apply, before the ride. Riding a horse takes more preparation than it does training. Preparing a horse the right

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    champion! I was riding Fancy, a paint horse, at the Dallas County Fair in the Horsemanship class. In this class, I had to complete a pattern and it was judged on how well each horse and rider completed the pattern. The judge felt that Fancy and I performed best and awarded me with a big purple ribbon and a trophy with a horse on top. At the end of the fair, all of the grand champions were announced before the races. That was the final reward for successfully showing a horse in competitions. Every competitor

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