Caring for a horse is a big responsibility. First of all since they are wild animals you need to make sure you a lot of land for the horse roam in. You don’t want to keep them cooped up all day. In case of extreme cold and heat you will also need a barn to keep them safe from the elements. A barn will provide them with a lot of protection and is a great place to groom them and feed them. If you ever want to transport your horse you need to make sure you have state of the line horse trailers to take the horse to shows or races. You will also need a heavy duty truck to make sure you can pull the trailer with ease.
Every day you need to wake up early and feed your horse, and if the horse slept in the barn you need to let the horse out to get exercise. Once the horse has left its stall you need to clean the stall to keep your horse healthy. You also will need to make sure the pasture is also kept clean. You also should interact frequently with your horse to help create that bond. If you choosing to ride your horse it is good to ride it a few times a week to keep that bond.
Having a horse can be a rewarding experience, whether you have the horse just as a pet or would like to show it in shows or race the horse. They do take a lot of work, but at the end of the day it is always rewarding. Make sure you are ready before you decide to take on such a responsibility though. Continue reading
The 17-year-old photographer Jessica Trinh shot her dog Chuppy. This lovely golden retriever is very likable.In addition to great photography, I think it is very harmonious relationship of Jessica and Chuppy, otherwise it is very difficult to shoot such a warm photo. Continue reading
Today, Ascot Racecourse unveiled a new festive ‘foursie’ – a seasonal onesie that was created for Shetland pony, Daffy, to help him keep warm this Christmas.“In winter I always worry about Daffy getting chilly as he likes to spend so much time out of his stable,” said owner Jackie Rowberry.“I love the fact that Ascot has created a special foursie for Daffy so that he can get into the Christmas spirit. He’s loved all the attention and is quite the envy among his stable buddies!”
I’m a dog person. That being said, it’s hard not to love Ben Torode’s inspired photographs of his cat Daisy, who is arguably the cutest kitten alive. The photos here depict the cute little critter when she was between eight to sixteen weeks old. Ben Torode is an Australia-born, Japan-based translator who shoots for a hobby. He found Daisy at a pet store with his wife, and as he mentioned it was love at first sight. He named the kitten Daisy after his wife’s nickname.As a photographer, Ben demonstrates a very good understanding of photographic skills and has a creative eye. It doesn’t hurt that his subject matter is pretty darn adorable. Continue reading