In this article humourist Doug Breen reflects on horse diseases, and pain killers, and their folksy names. Keep reading to find out more.
In the same way that a Driver’s Ed car is constantly being mangled by people who can’t drive, ponies are constantly mangled by people who can’t ride.
Doug Breen wonders why his children can spend hours sweeping the barn and caring for their horses, but can’t find the laundry hamper at home.
Humour columnist Doug Breen offers advice to horse sport newcomers.
In this article humour columnist Doug Breen pokes fun at the parents who see horse camp as nothing more than daycare for tweens.
Humour columnist Doug Breen considers the way horses must feel about the strange things we do to them, from tacking up to trailering.
Humour columnist Doug Breen considers moving in to his family’s horse trailer.
Humour columnist Doug Breen tries to make sense of veterinary lingo.
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