Happy Easter to you all!
We've rounded up some links from around the web for your weekend reads:
Enjoying the new season of Game of Thrones then you'll enjoy this interview with Game of Thrones horse Master Camilla Naprous "with pride, she notes that a horse has never been injured during the show's eight-season run"
He may have voluntarily given up his driving licence but Prince Philip still holds the reins when it comes to carriage driving
We're enjoying some fabulous sunshine at the moment but it's bound to turn to rain sooner or later bringing more risk of laminitis here's 10 early signs of laminitis to watch out for
Not horsey but so very important as we face climate catastrophe "We need to understand that accounting for climate change isn't a luxury or an evil: it's an essential part of every decision we make" Katherine Hayhoe on climate change
Dr Patty Hogan on the future of Harness racing as animals rights activists continue their campaign against horse racing in the USA
and Oliver Sherwood on the "peddling of lies" on social media re. racing in the UK
which brings us to our Ponyhour Quote of The Week from Oliver's article:
“These same groups are not constantly campaigning for more safety on our roads, the pass wide and slow campaign doesn’t appear to have been endorsed by the well-known propaganda specialists, horses killed in the New Forest by drivers or the starving ponies you will see 20 to a field on the side of the motorway — how much attention do these get by animal activists?”
He's making a very valid point.