Sianna is only 3 years old, riding her 6 year old Quarter Horse mare named Lady. She’s doing a great job! Her technique for getting on is very creative. I know this video is not the safest, but it is adorable. Share this post on Facebook if you think horses like Lady are worth their weight in gold!
Racing Legend Zenyatta’s team posted a message on their website on October 29, 2014 with news of the passing of her weanling named “Z Princess” due to a pasture accident. This is the message from their website:
We are deeply saddened to report the passing of Zenyatta’s filly, affectionately nicknamed Z Princess. She was a member of our family and had just begun to make her mark on the world. This is a heartbreaking loss for those who knew and loved her.
The following is a statement from Lane’s End Farm:
It is with a heavy heart that I must report the death of the 2014 War Front / Zenyatta weanling filly. She was humanely euthanized last night at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital after a paddock accident on the farm.
As caretakers of these Thoroughbreds, we collectively mourn the loss of this beautiful filly.
On behalf of the Farish family and the entire staff at Lane’s End Farm, our condolences go out to Jerry and Ann, Team Zenyatta and all the great fans who support Zenyatta.
General Manager of Lane’s End Farm
At this time, we ask that all messages of love and condolence be sent to the Zenyatta office. Team Z would like to lessen the load on Lane’s End Farm and their dedicated staff.
300 E. 54th St. #27A
New York, NY 10022
Our planned 2014 Zenyatta.com Celebration will continue as scheduled this weekend. This event is about celebrating the love that we share for Zenyatta, the strength of this community, and working together to improve our sport. We invite you to join us in raising money for Thoroughbred Rehab Center, Inc. Details will follow.”
We are saddened to hear about the loss of this foal, or any foal. Horses are so bold and strong, sometimes we forget how fragile they are….
This is just too funny, but also dangerous! A cows horns are the most unlikely belly scratcher I can think of. If you like this video, share it with your friends on Facebook!
This is so cute, I want to snuggle up next to her. She’s definitely talking in her sleep! If you like this video, Share it with your friends on Facebook and brighten their day too!
Normally horse yawns aren’t that funny to me, but this one made me smile Share this on Facebook if it makes you smile too!
“This is a compilation of the 2 hours leading up to and including my proposal to my now fiancée, condensed down into a short 10 minute video. Because Megan has grown up around horses all her life, I knew she would absolutely LOVE if her own horse was involved in this special moment. Here is my proposal to her in the barn where her horse, Jackson, lives… And yes, Jackson, played a huge role in this surprise marriage proposal! Thank you to everyone that helped make this special moment possible!! I love you babe!” Share this with your friends on Facebook if you think this guy did a great job with his proposal!
A tiny horse called Acer is believed to be Britain’s smallest steed at just 22 inches tall. Acer lives with his owner Maureen O’Sullivan at her Miniature Horse Farm in Corringham, Essex. The three-year-old sleeps in a small stable, plays in the field and even wanders around the family home. The little equine is best friends with a Labrador called Demon, who stands inches taller than the tiny horse. Acer was born with a rare condition called dwarfism, which means he didn’t grow properly in the womb. If you enjoyed this video, Share it on Facebook with your friends!
I have to admit, we put horses through a lot! Horses really are saints for putting up with us! If you like this video, Share it with your friends on Facebook