The untimely death of Phar Lap caused an uproar that kept the rumour mill busy for years grinding out theories, now another theory has surfaced.
The first White House stables, never meant to be a showplace, were a simple Georgian design built in 1800 under the orders of Thomas Jefferson.
The annual tradition of shrimp fishing continues in the town of Oostduinkerke, Belgium in the North Sea, about 30 minutes north of Dunkirk, France.
All riders have heard of the Caprilli Method of riding and we have an Italian cavalry rider to thank for revolutionizing the way we all ride and jump today.
Norman Thelwell began to sketch at an early age on visits to a Welsh Farm preferring painting and drawing to other school subjects.
Reckless (actually a large pony according to some reports) carried ammunition, wounded men, and also helped lay phone cables amidst gunfire and bombs.
Welcome to Sable Island, a fascinating, frightening, windswept watery grave for thousands of helpless sailors, and home to the hardiest equines imaginable.
Frank Waters, well known international horse show and horse sport announcer has created a fabulous Facebook page called The Golden Age of Show Jumping.
While many former Olympic equestrian venues have come and gone, Bromont keeps on going and growing with no end in sight in the near future.
The Lady Godiva was married to Leofric, the Earl of Mercia, and her name can be found in charters and in the Domesday Book.