Saban, a Mongolian horse festival

The ancestors of Ewenke people originally lived in the forests northeast of Lake Baikal and along the Shileke River. They mainly engaged in fishing, hunting and breeding reindeer. Throughout history Mongols have lived as nomads and horse-riding has been an essential part of their lives. Saban, a Mongolian horse festival »»

Chaps

Shop for riding chaps.

Horse names starting with Y

Here is a list of horse names starting with Y. Click on the linked names for history and meaning of these horse names. Horse names starting with Y »»

Horse names starting with X

Here is a list of horse names starting with A. Click on the linked names for history and meaning of these horse names. Horse names starting with X »»

Horse names starting with W

Here is a list of horse names starting with W. Click on the linked names for history and meaning of these horse names. Horse names starting with W »»

Wild Mustangs

Wild Mustangs

A Mustang is a free-roaming feral horse of the North American west. It first descended from horses that escaped from those brought to the Americas by the Spanish. In 1971, the United States Congress recognized Mustangs as “living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the West, which continue to contribute to the diversity of life forms within the Nation and enrich the lives of the American people.” Wild Mustangs »»

Horse names starting with U

Here is a list of horse names starting with U. Click on the linked names for history and meaning of these horse names. Horse names starting with U »»

Pony with Longest Tail

Chief, pony with longest tail

Chief was a pony who had a 13 foot long tail, was 3 ½’ tall, and weighed 300 pounds. Pony with Longest Tail »»