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Things you cannot force your horse to do

I always shake my head and smile when I hear people saying that horses shouldn’t be forced to jump. Obviously, there are people who will try to punish a horse into submission (the Big Lick Walkers come to mind), but ultimately, the horse has a vote. 246 more words


Is This The End Of The "Grey Flash"

All eyes of the nation and possibly those overseas who are following the career of Chautauqua were on the “Grey Flash” at Moonee Valley along with the massive crowd on track to see what lies ahead for the champion sprinter as he lined up in his second barrier trial under race conditions. 1,420 more words

Inside Pansy's Classroom

Isabella Alden taught Sunday school for decades. It was one of her favorite things to do, and she was widely considered to be an expert in the field of teaching very young children about the Bible. 1,086 more words

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Terrible Monday

I started with such a positive attitude today..

Well, my machine at work breaks down. Now my car is acting funny. I’m trying to save money for my trip next week… looks like I won’t be going anywhere

Random Thoughts

Intruder Amidst the Jewels: The Mystery of Vincent Street

As migrants moved west across the unsettled land of the U.S., they laid out new cities and towns on the prairies, plains and in forest clearings, often in rectangular grids. 918 more words


Chautauqua Interfaith Lecture: Zahra Jamal details Muslim ethics at intersection of food and faith

Zahra Jamal, associate director at Rice University’s Boniuk Institute for Religious Tolerance, discussed “Food for the Soul: A Muslim Perspective,” Wednesday as part of Week Nine’s Interfaith Lecture Series, “Food and Faith.” 184 more words


it's not just a number

“the breed,” he said, “must not be lost” – Studmaster, Rowland Place ; mid 1600’s

In our last article…TBL clued readers that some surviving strains are indeed rare. 424 more words

Race Horse Breeding