ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

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 Images of horses at WRR by Carol McCarty on You Tube
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Drawing by Caitlyn Cody August, 2010

 

dev Original pencil sketch by Dev Sele, March 2009

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Safety Tips: Mount & Dismount (4.5 mb Video for broadband)
                   Pulley Rein (5 mb)

 

photon rolling

This is a very cute video of Photon rolling (by Brittney F.)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gMUoZ2iDAM&NR=1

camel Check it out -- this camel does flying lead changes!
granite_soccer

Use this link to see Granite play with the giant soccer ball.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQ2Vr6dH0qs

lorenzo Lorenzo has another great video on youtube. This guy is absolutely amazing! Check youtube for earlier videos. Amazing Roman riding.
7 ft jump Hard to believe! In this video horses are jumping 7 feet 10½  inches !!!
lynne on indee

Lynne doesn't always get the smooth ride she expects. See her entertaining videos, taken recently, in a rodeo arena not far from fantasy land.

Video 1 She lasts 8 secs.
Video 2 She doesn't.

frog-horse

 

Click the image to see an enlarged view of the frog-horse
Horses Singing

http://svt.se/hogafflahage/hogafflaHage_site/Kor/hestekor.swf
(Click on each horse image to hear them sing)

 

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Can You Name These WRR horses?

anelaurensamson

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Recent photo & artwork by students (Click on the image for enlargement)

 

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Bridleless Riding! Here are the amazing videos of Stacy Westfall riding a reining pattern bridleless. The club now owns 5 of her training DVDs. Go to the club library page to borrow one.

And here is a link to Stacy Westfall's website.

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skijor


Winter riding is fun too! Here's a link to a video of Mark ski-jorring behind Brendan & Tally.

ski jorr

 

Horse Name Word Search Puzzle

bear sketch

 

Artwork of WRR horses and dogs.

samson

Carol McCarty took this beautiful photo of Samson & Sugarfoot (Feb, 2008) Click to enlarge.

special int

A reminder from a WRR student that helmets save lives.
frog horse Important Weather Fact for unprotected horses:
A 3/4 inch hailstone (quarter-size) hits the earth at about 37 mph. A 3 inch hailstone can hit the earth at speeds as high as 100 mph!