The heads of two dressage horses seem to float on a black background. Both horses are wearing dressage bits and bridles. A gray horse with a collected profile is in the foreground, while a chestnut horse with a large blaze relaxes in the background.
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Several vector images of English riding tack are arranged on a white background. The images include a brown English saddle with stirrups, a brown English bridle with English bit, a pair of spurs, and a black protective riding helmet.
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A young woman in brown and a chestnut horse with a blaze pose for a portrait. People who own and ride horses have special relationships with them, and nothing can preserve the memory of this relationship like a horse photo.
This row of cowboys sitting on a fence evokes thoughts of the rodeo. Boot-cut jeans, cowboy boots, spurs, and western shirts are practical, comfortable and stylish. This type of dress has evolved to meet the needs of riding horses and working cattle.
Poking his head out of the window, Jake enjoys a special feature of his stall. The horse barn was designed to blend with the rural countryside, and it was built by a custom barn builder.
A railway track runs through the beautiful white cliffs of Dover, UK. The sea laps against the cliffs, while a few clouds float in an azure blue sky. Visitors to the United Kingdom may be visiting England, Wales, Scotland, or Northern Ireland.
Deep in the caves of Goyet in Belgium researchers have found the grisly evidence that the Neanderthals did not just feast on horses or reindeer, but also on each other.
Science X. Fri, 30 Dec 2016 04:01:51 EST.
This smart connected wearable is for horses, not humans, and designed to keep riders in the know about their horses health and behavior even when they aren't present.
By Jennifer Hicks, Contributor. Forbes. Fri, 25 Nov 2016 08:50:00 -0500.
Draper, Judith, Debby Sly, and Sarah Muir. Complete Book of Horses and Riding. New York, NY. Metro Books. 2003.
Harris, Moira C. America's Horses. Guilford, CT. Lyons Press. 2003.