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Ridley vs. The Woodchipper

Ok, first things first.  If you are picturing Ridley, on one side of the jousting lane, snorting and pawing, the woodchipper down on the other end, snorting some chips and revving its engine (do they have engines?), this is NOT what happened. 531 more words


Beauty Break: 05.25.16

Boho spirit.


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From the Collections: Abraham van Calraet

The majority of works in the art collection of the NSLM are by British or American artists. However, we also have some excellent examples by continental European artists. 624 more words

Permanent Collection

The BLM's Wild Horse and Burro Statistics Continue to Suck

Forward by R.T. Fitch, commentary and stats provided by Grandma Gregg

“For years we have verified and reported on the BLM’s junk science, bogus numbers, poor math and yet they continue to spew nonsense, propaganda and misinformation to the ever eager and uninformed mainstream media.  183 more words

Horse News

Ohio State veterinarian and engineer to research 'improved' contraception for wild horses

By Fran Jurga as published on The Equus

“The war against our native wild horses and burros takes on many faces as the BLM turns up the volume in it’s mission to mismanage our federally protected wild… 275 more words

Horse News

Horses can read your face

There’s the classic two liner: A horse walks into a bar. The landlord asks ‘why the long face?’

This one joke perfectly sums up the difficulties of interpreting facial expressions across species. 510 more words


Derby winner Nyquist is sick and won't run in Belmont

NEW YORK (AP) — So much for a rematch in the Belmont Stakes.

Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist won’t run in the final leg of the Triple Crown after developing a fever and having an elevated white blood cell count, trainer Doug O’Neill said Tuesday. 491 more words