With spring in full bloom, it’s time to take advantage of all of the outdoor activities D.C. has to offer. One thing to consider is horseback riding, an activity that does count as exercise but a large animal does most of the work for you.
Preakness officials are considering moving the Triple Crown race to Sunday, a switch that could come as soon as next year.
Baltimore health officials have taken custody of 14 horses owned by traditional vendors who sell fruit from horse-drawn carriages and sent them to a rescue farm, citing poor stable conditions.
Nelly Madden spoke softly as he ran his hands over the glossy hide of retired thoroughbred Liang’s Dancer at Second Chances Farm.
Want to get away? Check out this list of best places for horseback riding near DC and feel the tension ease away.