Farmers and horse owners say if a lower court ruling stands, Connecticut would be the first state to consider horses inherently dangerous.
These stables and horse farms located across Connecticut offer riding lessons for horse lovers of all ages.
Mary Jean Vasiloff of McCulloch Farm decided on her life’s work when she was a child. At age 9, she announced to her parents that she planned to breed horses.
One Connecticut horse has been euthanized and a second is recovering after they were diagnosed with West Nile Virus.
By Dani Frank A scenic sleigh ride is the perfect activity to celebrate winter in your area. Connecticut in the summer is a verdant landscape of flowers enjoyed by all, particularly deer. Come fall, flowers […]
By Dani Frank Greenwich Polo Club 80 Field Point Road Greenwich, CT 06870 (203)-561-5821 http://www.greenwichpoloclub.com/ Pack a picnic lunch, grab a comfortable folding chair, and head to the great lawn for a real treat: taking […]
At the University of Connecticut in Storrs, horses stood out in the snow near Horsebarn Hill, just off Route 195 Wednesday afternoon.