If you were (or know somone who was) a loyal Horsepower reader and penpal between 1988 and 1998, we want to hear from you! Did you ever fulfill your dream of owning that horse? Did you become a vet or an instructor, as youâ€™d planned? Do you have kids of your own now? Do you still keep in contact with any of your Horsepower penpals from way back then?
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A series on the History channel, called The Wild Ones, features the Qayus, a breed of wild horse in B.C., and the Xeni Gwet’in people who watch over them.
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A group of researchers from Australia recently conducted a study to investigate human interactions with horses, looking at tradition vs science.
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