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    Horses In The Awakening

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    One of the more hidden motifs in the novella The Awakening by Kate Chopin is horses. Horses are specifically mentioned in only two chapters, but they are a part of one of the bigger themes. The Awakening is about Edna moving away from society and galloping in her own track. Being from Kentucky she knows the ups and downs of the races, her expertise is even more than some men. At the races she is brought to the same level as men, who have the freedom to do what they like without society guiding them. “There were possibly a few track men out there who knew the race horse as well as Edna but there certainly none who knew it better.” Edna is highly respected at the races, which isn’t something she normally gets from men she isn’t well acquainted…

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    Horses In Art

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    Horses are an important animal that people have been familiar with throughout the years. Even today, horses are still participating in people’s daily life. Many years ago, horses were one of the first transportations before the first car came out; horses were also good comrades with warriors. Horses have a strong relationship with human life, and human life is an important theme in art. For this reason, artists love to use horses in artworks throughout history. Artists use horses as the subject…

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    Horse Jumping

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    Giving Up Is Never An Option Work hard, dream big, was always the APHA motto, but up until this point I didn’t fully understand what this meant with horse riding. I was showing at the American Paint Horse Youth Worlds show in Fort Worth, Texas and was competing with a horse I had just met two days ago. My trainer, Kelly Chapman, traveled to Texas with me and decided to put me in a jumping class. Now, if you know me you would definitely never put me in a jumping class because I have very…

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    Native peoples, the horse still is an essential part of daily life. For others, the horse will always remain an element of our identity and our history. The Horse Nation continues to inspire, and Native artists continue to celebrate the horse in our songs, our stories, and our works of art.” – Emil Her Many Horses Emil Her Many Horses is one of the many curators at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C. More specifically, he is the curator in the Museum Scholarship at the National Museum…

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    War Horse

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    On Wednesday 1st July 2015 I went to watch the play War Horse (directed by Marianne Elliot &Tom Morris) at the New London Theatre .War Horse, is a play that was performed in the and it is constructed from the novel that bears the same title by author Michael Morpurgo. The fictional story is about a foal that was brought into rural England in Devon to be auctioned. Wanting to acquire the foal for his son Billy Naracott, Arthur Naracott bids on the foal Ted buys him for 39 guineas in return for…

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    Horse BCS Analysis

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    Assessing the body condition score (BCS) of a horse is needed in order to evaluate the physical health of the horse. The ideal BCS of many horses is between a 5 and 6, while a thoroughbred in the racing industry has an ideal BCS of a 4. While the BCS of a horse is a good way to determine the overall body condition of a horse, it does not tell whether or not the horse is getting the required nutrients in the appropriate amounts. The required nutrients can be calculated into the horse’s diet based…

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    Horse Observation Report

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    I have worked at a scout camp for three summers, and every time I worked with the horses. Over those three summers, I have learned a lot about horses, their behaviors, and their reactions to various riders. To sum up what I have learned, when you show your horse that you care for it, they will pay you back several times over. My first excperience with this was late in my first summer. I was assigned a horse named Stumpy. Stumpy had been in an accident that left his tail short and seeded in…

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    Thesis About Horses

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    Whether you own a horse or not, horse stables may one day be in your future. When you were a kid, you may have yearned for one of your own and been disappointed. As an adult, you might be in a position to realise that dream or at least live your dream through your own child. If you live in an area that has covenants and does not allow horses to be kept on your property, all is not lost. That is where a commercial stable fills the need. You will have many choices to make, however, each one…

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    Horses Persuasive Essay

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    has one of the largest horse stables?Horses are very interesting animals and should be treated nicely because horses are very smart. Horses are like people they need food,water,and a home just like us. so you should always treat horses nicely. because not all of them have nice homes. Did you know The Clinton park stable holds 39 horse carriages and 78 horses? There are 68 horse carriages altogether in new York city. so the Clinton horse stable holds more than half of the horse carriages. The…

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    Horse Slaughter Issues

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    Unwanted horses represent a subset of horses within the domestic equine population that are no longer needed, useful, or whose owners are no longer interested or capable of financially or physically caring for them (Messer et al, 2004). Most unwanted equines unable to be re-homed or sold will be sent to slaughter, euthanized, disposed of through rendering, or abandoned and left to die of natural causes (Messer et al, 2004). The global recession which commenced in 2008 has caused horses in many…

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