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Clydesdales Wall Calendar: The Gentle Giant, the Clydesdale, is a Scottish breed that was bred as a farmer's working horse. Over the years these intelligent, sturdy animals have become popular with recreational riders. Perhaps even more so than its incredible physique, the Clydesdale's most distinctive feature is the long silky bouquet of hair growing below its knees, which sways gracefully with every step. Those who appreciate these magnificent horses are sure to enjoy this Clydesdales wall calendar.

Clydesdales Wall Calendar: The Gentle Giant, the Clydesdale, is a Scottish breed that was bred as a farmer's working horse. Over the years these intelligent, sturdy animals have become popular with recreational riders. Perhaps even more so than its incredible physique, the Clydesdale's most distinctive feature is the long silky bouquet of hair growing below its knees, which sways gracefully with every step. Those who appreciate these magnificent horses are sure to enjoy this Clydesdales wall calendar.

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Horse Slaughter Issue Divides and Confuses: PART I:

Byline: Logan Hawkes EDITOR'S NOTE: An overpopulation of horses and a sluggish horse industry are adding to the issue of whether slaughtering horses is a reasonable alternative to an animal crisis. But several slaughter companies who want to process horse meat to foreign buyers for a profit further ... (Publication: Southwest Farm Press (Online Exclusive))

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Horse Slaughtering; Legislation Safeguards an American Icon

Byline: Christopher J. Heyde, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES Born on the lush bluegrass covered pastures of one of Kentucky's most famous Thoroughbred farms, Ferdinand would go on to become an American legend following his win at the 1986 Kentucky Derby and selection as the 1987 Horse of the Year. ... (Publication: The Washington Times (Washington, DC))

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Horse Shopping 101

Ranch horse sales have gained a lot of interest over the last decade and are one of the most popular ways for people to purchase horses. These auctions offer a unique environment where people have the opportunity to buy ranch-born and -raised horses, which makes them ideal for a life of ranch work. ... (Publication: The Cattleman)

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Horses

HORSES HORSES have played an essential role in the life, and therefore in the religion, of all the peoples who have had direct contact with them, particularly the Indo-Europeans, the ancient Mesopotamians and Egyptians, the Arabs, the Chinese, and the North American Indians. It is fair to say that ... (Publication: Encyclopedia of Religion)

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Horse allure fading

RANCHO CUCAMONGA - Every week, horse lover Pat Morris can be found at Heritage Park tending to her favorite animal or using equestrian therapy to help seniors or those with special needs. The Beryl Street facility is near her Alta Loma home and her park of choice. Besides, if she doesn't make the ... (Publication: Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (Ontario, CA))

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Horse play allowed

A profile of American Quarter Horse Association members shows that 60.9 percent of them are women The Lone Ranger and Silver were a package deal. Same with Rex Allen and Koko, Roy Roger and Trigger. The famous litany of jockeys and their steeds goes on, most recently with the chronicles of John ... (Publication: AZ Daily Star)

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Horses Domesticated Multiple Times.(Brief Article)

For several millennia, horses have been lending a hoof to humans. But despite extensive archaeological excavations, researchers have not been able to pin down the exact history of where and when these animals were domesticated. Now, on page 474, evolutionary geneticist Carles Vila and Hans Ellegren ... (Publication: Science)

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Horse feathers

Architectural terms reference many equestrian words Horses were once synonymous with American culture. Cowboys and Indians, horse-drawn carriages, the pony express, sidesaddle, saddle up and giddyup are a few expressions and images that remain integrated with our language and culture. Once the ... (Publication: Intelligencer Journal Lancaster, PA)

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HORSE ROUNDUPS DRAW CRITICISM

WASHINGTON -- The Bureau of Land Management says drought in the West has left thousands of wild horses without enough food or water, and the agency is rounding up as many as 5,600 horses to keep them from dying of thirst or starvation. But some wild horse advocates are questioning the extra ... (Publication: The Columbian (Vancouver, WA))

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Horse business continues to flourish

MISSOULA - Veterinarian Bill Brown gets no rest when it's springtime in Montana. For Brown and others saddled to Montana's equine economy, this is a time to make hay. On any given day, Brown is burning up Highway 93 from Hamilton to the Ninemile Valley, helping to keep the region's growing horse ... (Publication: The Billings Gazette (Billings, MT))

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