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Megan Arszman

Articles by Megan Arszman

Off to the (Zebra) Races

We get a lot of press releases at Blood-Horse Publications. A lot. But one struck an interest for me when it touted zebra and ostrich races at a horse racetrack. Nothing says speed quite like jockeys in canvas Western saddles...

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Unicorns in North Korea?

You might recall the supposedly lost unicorn in Boston, where one magic store was trying to rev up publicity by posting “Lost Unicorn” signs around the city. It seems like unicorns are the piece-de-resistance when it...

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Equids on Parade

Who doesn’t love a parade? Well, some would argue that, perhaps, horses don’t … or those that have to follow behind the horses on the parade route with shovels and manure buckets … but I digress. Parades...

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Flying Manure!

Imagine you’re the Prince of Wales touring New Zealand to celebrate your mother’s 60-year reign and you hear that someone was threatening you with manure. No, not something like what you would read in the tabloids,...

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Impatient Much?

For those in the stock horse world, the All American Quarter Horse Congress is a competitor’s dream–it is the largest single-breed horse show in the world, and it runs throughout the month of October in Columbus,...

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Donkeys Gone High-Tech

If you’ve ever read the Bible, or heard the story of Jesus Christ’s birth and how his mother rode into Bethlehem on the back of a donkey, then you’re familiar with the idea of donkeys and their use for...

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