Because they told me several hours into a house party, I can’t remember exactly how I found out two of my best friends from Peace Corps were engaged to each other—but in my mind, now, it sounds like, “I have news. We’re getting married. And the horse at our wedding is going to be the same horse as Taylor Swift’s.”
If you spent some part of your childhood wishing you could run with wild horses, you’re not alone. But you might have been alone once you joined the herd. Horses, it turns out, are just as cliquey as fifth-grade girls.
Will David Guetta kindly let Deadmau5 know why he had a horse on stage during a show at Pacha Ibiza?
Today the horse races at Royal Ascot kicked off. Which means a treat for those of us here at home: a parade of completely bonkers hats.
If you're of the mind that wedding-related photography — be it proposal photos, engagement pics, or documentation of the big day — has gotten out of hand, this one's for you.
A British cancer patient had a touching reunion with her pet horse in the hours before she died.
Yesterday, July 22, marked the 1 year anniversary of the birth of Prince George, son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and likely future king of England. Conveniently, this so called "first birthday" also happened to fall on the very same day that the Queen's prize race horse tested POSITIVE for DOPE. COINCIDENCE…
Welcome back to Selfie Loathing. Every Friday, because we care, we offer you some celebrity Instagrams, presented without comment. This week, there are quite a few animals, and some critters, too. Here they are. Enjoy.
I don't know what's wrong with me, you guys. This video of a little girl named Emma walking her gentle horse Cinnamon is one of the most joyous things ever and yet here I am — crying like a big, stupid idiot baby.
If you live in the Washington D.C. area, there is a store where where you can purchase things that are guaranteed to please you (and any sisters you might have) no matter what the age: The Galloping Grape, which sells horse saddles and wine.
Horse-drawn carriages ride past the Eiffel Tower Sunday Nov. 24, 2013, during a traditional parade to promote the Paris Horse Show that will take place from Nov. 30 to Dec. 8. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)
Obviously this is a story out of the UK. It's the Britishiest British story ever Britted. The scene: Coddington, Nottinghamshire. We deal not with a fox wearing a feathered cap and tunic, stealing from the rich to give to the poor, but with a horse chosen to be a bridesmaid. Putting the mare in marriage.
A woman in Manchester, UK, tried to order at the drive-thru window at McDonald's, but was denied. The problem? She was on horseback. Clearly in the midst of a Big Mac Attack (so hungry she could eat a horse?), the woman was undeterred: She decided to enter the restaurant and order at the counter. And she took the…
Hasbro — the toy company behind Transformers, GI Joe and My Little Pony, loves to squeeze every cent possible out of a brand. Hence toys turning into TV shows and movies. And now, with MLP, there's a new "brand extension," Equestrian Girls.
This is a tourist ad for Newfoundland. I think I'd now like to visit.
Humans have expected horses to trundle us and all our crap around ever since our sore-footed ancestors came upon the first majestic equus gazing alone in a vale and thought, “Huh, that thing could totally carry some of us around for a little while, just until our corns go away.” Before horses knew what was happening,…
The American Girl company leaves many feeling torn between its promotion of pricey consumerism and the dolls' celebration of history and education. One thing is certain though, the story of Felicity and her horse Penny is one that offers hope to the suburban girl-the horseless girl with a wild heart.
Probably my favorite part of watching the storm coverage yesterday (for hours, obsessively, swaddled cozily in survivor’s guilt out here in Seattle) was when CNN, scrambling for new Sandy updates, took a lengthy detour to discuss adorable ponies.
Mitt Romney's visit to the UK would have been disastrous enough if he'd just shut up after pissing off the British press, the Prime Minister, and the mayor of London. But he had to take it a step farther and go beyond insulting his host country and their Olympic efforts — in an attempt to get people to think he was…