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The World’s “Most” Horses: Fun Fact in the Equine World


World’s Most EXPENSIVE Horse Palloubet d'Halong has earned the coveted title of the world's most expensive horse. Palloubet d'Halong, a striking Selle Français stallion, boasts a rich pedigree and an impressive showjumping career that has left audiences in awe. Born in 19 May 2003 and 10 years later he was sold for a unbelievable price of 13.5 million euro. Ridden by the talented French rider Janika Sprunger, Palloubet d'Halong has achieved numerous victories and accolades in the showjumping world.     World’s Tallest Horse The Shire stallion, Luscombe Nodram, also known as Noddy is unofficially the world’s tallest horse. He stands 20.1 hands (2.057 meters) tall. Noddy weighs 1.5 tonnes, which is 3 times the average thoroughbred racehorse. He is owned by Jane Greenman from Pakenham, Australia. There are only about 2000 Shire horses left in the world, and Noddy is one of them. The average height of a Shire horse is around 18 to 19 hands, and it was realized that Noddy was past his normal mature height and was still growing.   World’s Smallest Horse An art therapy Shetland Pony named Pumuckel is the officially the world’s smallest pony owned by Carola Weidemann. At 20 inches (50.8cm) tall, Pumuckel is two inches shorter than the current record holder, a mini Appaloosa horse named Bombel. He weighs only 35 kilograms, which is about the weight of a twin bed.   World’s Oldest Horse Old Billy is the oldest horse to have ever lived. He was a barge horse who world the canals of England. Born in 1760, Old Billy died in 1822 and lived to be 62 years old.   World’s Longest Tail Horse JJS Summer Breeze is a Paint horse who hold the world record for having the longest horse’s tail. The mare’s tail was measured at 12ft 6in (381cm) on August 23, 2007. She is owned by Crystal Socha in Kansas USA.      

Horse Shopping 101: Your Ultimate Guide to Buying the Perfect Partner


Shopping for a new horse can be one of the most exciting and frustrating experiences. The possibilities seem limitless when you set out on your search, but buyers often burn out after searching through what feels like hundreds of potential prospects. Follow these essential tips to ensure a smooth and secured buying experience: Define Your Budget and Goals: Before you start shopping, be realistic and clarifying your riding goals and budgets. Always ask yourself the question “What do you want to achieve with your horses?” Do you need a flashy young jumper or an old, experienced mount. Understanding your objective helps you narrow down the type of horses that best suits your need and helps you eliminate those fancy horses that’s way over your budget. Test Ride and Observe: Make sure you give yourself the chance to really evaluate the horse before buying and ensure the horse fits you. It would be even better is you could bring the horse to try out at your own barn to spend more time observing the horse under different circumstances. Bring along an experienced rider to watch you ride so they can give you an outside perspective. This hands-on experience is crucial for evaluating the horse's temperament and your comfort with it. Always Do Your Own Pre-Purchase Exam: Prioritize a comprehensive veterinary examination before finalizing the purchase. The vet will do an overall health examination of the horse so you will have a better idea. If a vet check uncovers any hidden health concerns, you will also have a second chance to consider your investment. Check for Contract Clarity: A well-crafted written contract is not just a formality; it's a crucial safeguard that ensures both parties understand their responsibilities and protects everyone involved. Check the responsibility, warranties, regulations, and termination clauses associated with this purchase to ensure a successful and fair purchase transaction. Trust Your Instincts: Buying a horse if not like buying a car, your instincts and feelings when interacting with the horses is an important aspect. If something feels off, explore it further. Your feeling when interacting with the horse holds valuable insights about the horse, because at the end it’s the horse and you that works together. Buying a horse is a significant commitment, and thorough preparation is key to a successful purchase. By following these tips and taking your time to evaluate horses and sellers, you'll be well on your way to finding the equine partner that matches your goals and brings joy to your riding journey. Happy horse hunting! 🐴

Riding to Glory: Ben Maher


In the world of showjumping, the name Ben Maher is synonymous with excellence, and his remarkable career has been defined not only by his unparalleled talent but also by the extraordinary horses he's ridden. According to the data from Jumpr App, Ben Maher is ranked #1 in FEI ranking and prized almost 7 millions EUR throughout his career. In this blog, we dive into the partnership of Ben Maher and his famous equine companions and the impressive statistics that have cemented his status as one of the sport's all-time greats. Benjamin "Ben" Maher's journey to becoming a showjumping legend is inseparable from the incredible horses he's had the privilege of riding. These equine athletes have played a pivotal role in his success, forging bonds that transcend words and have resulted in extraordinary achievements.   Tripple X III: One of the most iconic partnerships in Ben Maher's career was with the stallion "Tripple X III." Together, they soared to new heights in the showjumping world. Some of their notable triumphs include: Team Gold at the London Olympics (2012): Ben Maher and Tripple X III were instrumental in securing team gold for Great Britain on home soil, marking an unforgettable moment in Olympic history. Countless Grand Prix: Their list of Grand Prix victories is extensive, including wins at prestigious events like the Global Champions Tour, the Spruce Meadows Masters, and the Longines Hong Kong Masters. World Cup Finals: Ben Maher and Tripple X III consistently impressed at World Cup Finals, making multiple appearances and delivering top-notch performances.   Explosion W: In recent years, Ben Maher has been dazzling audiences with the brilliant "Explosion W." The giant chestnut gelding with a big heart and limitless potential in showjumping awed the audiences with his stylish jumps. Together, Ben Maher and Explosion W has earned 2,928,935 EUR and countless podiums. This duo won the individual gold in the 2019 Olympics and dominated the Longines Global Champions Tour.  Ben Maher's journey to glory in showjumping is not just about his talent, but also the incredible horses he's ridden. Tripple X III and Explosion W are more than just horses; they are partners who have shared in his triumphs. Ben Maher's career stands as a testament to his skill, passion, and remarkable partnerships with these equine athletes. As he continues to ride into the annals of equestrian history, Ben Maher's legacy is secured as one of the sport's greatest champions.