Sunday, October 25, 2009


The equus ferus caballus, or commonly known as the horse, is trained for many purposes: sports, leisure, entertainment, and work. It is widely seen not only in competitive sports like dressage, show jumping, polo, racing, and rodeo; it is also used for fox hunting. In the old days, horses were used in warfare, and although we have stopped using them in this present age, we still see them during military ceremonies and parades, and for police work like crowd control and other patrol duties. In some places, they are still being used for transportation and farming purposes.

These animals may look strong and sturdy, but they also need our tender loving care. That is why we have a variety of horse supplements so that we can properly provide them with the right diet and vaccination, proper grooming, brushing and cleaning.

The essential joy of being with horses is that it bring us
in contact with the rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit and fire.
-Sharon Ralls Lemon

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