Animals and Outdoors
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Animals and Outdoors
It's summer 2023, and you, like thousands of others, have headed to Spain to soak up some sun and splash in the waves.
For horses and primates, sweating is a natural thermoregulatory function. Horses that can't sweat suffer from a condition known as anhidrosis and are prone to heat strokes and stress. A healthy horse sweats only in hot weather or when exercising. In other circumstances, sweating may indicate pain, illness, or distress.
I'm always up for an adventure, and cycling the Wild Atlantic Way is something of a dream for me, even though I don't own a bicycle! This scenic route is quickly establishing itself as Ireland's answer to LEJOG - the famous course that stretches across the UK from John O'Groats to Lands End - but is even longer and arguably more challenging.
All horse owners want the best for their equine companions. Unfortunately, many modern management regimes are so far removed from a horse's natural behavior that they cause more harm than good. Obesity is increasingly common as stabled horses fail to get enough exercise and consume feeds that contain more starch and sugar than they would naturally digest.
Last year, Sweden's showjumping team shone a spotlight on the controversial barefoot vs. shod debate. Two of three horses in the Swedish squad competed barefoot, securing gold and silver medals for their riders. If horses can compete at top international events without shoes, what does that mean for the future of shoeing?
By applying the 12 principles of permaculture to our lives, we can increase productivity, cut down on waste, and boost the health of our own, personal ecosystem. Permaculture is just about sustainably growing your own food, isn't it? That is a common perception but, for committed permaculturists, it's much more...
How and why women outperform male competitors in the world’s most grueling horseback challenges. Imagine traveling 370 km in four days on horseback, crossing some of the most challenging terrains in the world. It takes grit, determination, and more than a little bravery. After all, what is courage if not “being scared to death, and saddling up anyway.” According to some of those who’ve taken part in Race the Wild Coast, it’s “the most insane thing” you’re ever likely to do in your life.
Women and Lifestyle
After completing my Master’s degree, I was supposed to settle down into a well-paid office job somewhere, marry somebody in a similarly well-paid office job, and settle down to a life of debt in London. Instead, I broke the mold and fulfilled my life-long dream of becoming a horse trail guide. It wasn’t the first time – my decision to remain childless had already shocked friends, family, and strangers long before I exchanged my pre-destined career ladder for a mounting block.
On 8th March, events all over the world will be held to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Gender equality isn't here yet, though, and a large part of this year's International Women's Day will focus on the need for a gender-balanced world and workplace.
In November 2019, London saw a new attraction on its streets - the Lady Lane Market. As part of the regeneration program for The Petticoat Lane Markets, the Lady Lane Market was launched to " target and empower women in the community."