Marsha Hayes

Marsha Hayes has been covering endurance, trail, and other equine topics since 2005. She believes every horse has a story.

Articles by: Marsha Hayes

Road to Nowhere: Tevis Hopefuls Head Home

Carrie Miracle-Jordan and Marilyn McCoy drove nearly 1,000 miles from Sierra Vista, Ariz., to Auburn, Calif., last week. Jordan planned to ride Stealawin, McCoy’s 10-year-old Arabian gelding, in the 100-mile Tevis Cup endurance race.

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Funny Cide Gets the Last Laugh

This July 4th marks the one-year anniversary of Kentucky Derby winner Funny Cide’s last race. The champion didn’t rest on his laurels, though: just 48 hours after crossing the finish line for the last time, Funny Cide found himself employed in

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Earplugs for Equines: Can You Hear Me Now?

“If you are going to submit your horse to repetitive loud noises, earplugs are a good idea,” said Lucy Hirsch, DVM, of Jackson Animal Clinic, in Platte City, Mo. The bonus? Not only can they protect the horse’s ears, they can help the horse perform m

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37-Year-Old Horse Closing in on Trail Mileage Record

Pushing the envelope of equine athletic prowess, 37-year-old half-Arabian Elmer Bandit is gearing up to start yet another competitive trail ride season.

In 2007 Elmer’s certified lifetime competitive miles stood at 20,240, nearing the

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