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Mastering the Art of Focus, Feel, Timing and Balance By Cindy Hartzell, Edited By Bruce Hartzell I would like to share with you my understanding of what focus, feel, timing and balance means regarding horses and horsemanship. Some of our greatest horsemen have spent their entire lives attempting to master these techniques. Each of these essential items remind me a lot of martial arts. Neither of these disciplines can be mastered quickly. Rather they become
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Dolan Auto Group in partner ship with the Reno Rodeo Foundation and KOLO| 8 News Now is proud to bring you this much anticipated event to our community. This locally televised event is our way of saying thank you for supporting the Reno Rodeo Foundation since 1986 and allowing us to continue to serve kids without interruption during this pandemic. Enjoy an evening featuring Grammy Award Winning Nashville Artists accompanied by the Music City Hit-Makers
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Prospect Park Horses Deliver Supplies During Coronavirus
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK – The clip-clop of hooves echoed through pandemic-stricken Brooklyn streets as horses carted valuable supplies and food. It’s not a scene from the 1918 influenza – perhaps the last pandemic during the “horse and buggy” era. No, this is happened on a gorgeous spring Friday in the midst of coronavirus keeping New Yorkers cooped up. “I’m sure it happened in the last pandemic,” said John Quadrozzi, Jr. with a laugh. To keep
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Angels-in-the-Mist
By Kim Chappell I have been in the horse business for a good 26 years. You don’t do horses for this length of time unless it’s in your blood … your soul. The daily-ness of tending to horses whether it is one horse or a herd of horses, like I have, is hard work – plain and simple. Looking from the outside in, it looks like an idyllic lifestyle, the dream come true. And in
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It’s hot out and the water team who trucks in water to wild horses have been hard at work this week. Normally the wild horses of the Fish Springs Range in the Pine Nut Mountains drink much more than they did last week, especially when temperatures soar into the 90’s. The team reported that consumption of water was down with no logical explanation. I head out and follow the bands. They always tell me the
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