Although William Woods University has been showing Pintos for years, they have never hosted their own Pinto breed-specific show — until now. Classes for the Western program’s Pinto Breed Show, approved by the Pinto Horse Association of America, begin bright and early Saturday, April 8 at 7:30 in the morning — starting with halter and showmanship […]Read More...
March 29th, 2017
Posted in Equestrian Conferences & Competitions
Understanding the history of equestrian breeds and bloodlines builds an interesting perspective into history as a whole. For thousands of years, horses have been bred to meet a society’s specific needs. From plowing to carriage driving to uses in warfare and sport to therapy, the history of the horse runs side by side with both […]Read More...
March 15th, 2017
Posted in Equine Culture