Rosi Hochegger and Scout and Bartabas with his greatest horse, Zingaro
From The Local: An international team of researchers led by a German scientist believe they have found the first evidence that spotted horses, often seen depicted in cave paintings, actually existed tens of thousands of years ago. “We are just starting to have the genetic tools to access the appearance of past animals and there […]
Just to give you an idea of the level of skill involved in being a circus “écuyère” or haute école rider in the nineteenth century, here’s a routine of the great Baroness Jenny de Rhaden, taken from Hilda Nelson’s book. Every écuyère had a team of three horses, two for haute école and one “jumper” […]
A little different to Merlin, who specialises in the elegant taunt and evasion, but here’s a world champion cutting stallion, Earthquake Ike (with passenger) being the boss of a buffalo.