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horse stories & poems... or submit
Horse stories: Tell us your
horse stories-- whether you nursed a sickly foal, lost a beloved
horse to a freak accident, dealt with a farrier from hell, or overcome
your fear with the help of a horse, we want to hear your story!
Gift by Kristy Hallmark
After losing her barrel horse gelding, Kristy was heartbroken.
She thought she'd never find another great horse again... until
Sarita came along.
But when Sarita is diagnosed with a brain tumor, it threatens
not only her life-- but the life of her unborn foal.
Dream by E. Blazer
What life is like for Rasha, a horse-crazy girl living in Gaza
by Micheal Johnson As a friend once said, “I can’t believe I’m
going to say this, but when my horse didn’t know how to
do something, I hit him across the butt with the rope. Funny,
if my daughter didn’t know how to do her homework, I would
never consider hitting her for it.”
Cowboy is Called Home by Beth Dore
No way can a blip of an
article capture the wondrous and amazing person Barry was. He
loved adventure and the outdoors. He had such unbreakable bonds
with his horses – mutual trust and respect. He was my best
You're Incredible - Nonfiction by Hayley
"He was easily 17hh,
and very skinny. His ribs poked out; I could count all of them.
He had a rough coat that looked more like a bay than a chestnut.
His paddock looked like a bomb site -- it had old cars strewn
about, and I couldn't even locate a water trough. There wasn't
a shred of food, only dust.
Poop by Becki Bell
You love your horse. You
feed him, you groom him, you bring him carrots and horse cookies,
you scratch him, and what does he give you in return? 18,000 pounds
of manure every single year.
The idea is to
buy a Thoroughbred yearling at the sale coming up next month
then sell it at their May, Two-Year-Olds In Training sale. She
would provide the training up to the sale and I would provide
the cost of feed, shoeing and vet bills. And, at the end we
would split the ‘big’ bucks equally.
Junkyard Stallion by Sue Martin
Have you ever found something very unusual and beautiful in
the most unlikely place? Maybe a rare hothouse flower growing
in the midst of weeds, or a gleaming, sparkly jewel, somehow
lost in a muddy field. Well, this is the story of my find, of
my Junkyard Stallion…
should be proofread for errors, contain correct
grammar, and should be AT LEAST 400 words long.
Please indicate whether your story is FICTION or NON-FICTION. We do accept stories from children; Please put
your age, and if you are under 13, you must parent's permission
before submitting anything.
We'd LOVE it if you could include a photo or two with your nonfiction
In Your Horse Story Or Poem!
Have a good horse story (true or fictional)?
Send it in at it could be published!
Please make sure the story is checked for spelling & grammar
errors. Include your name for credit, and if you have a website
you may send that too. Note that you may only send in content
that you have written.
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.rtx or .doc file, to:firstname.lastname@example.org
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