This site is dedicated to my Horse photo album. It contains over of 5894 photographs and horse pictures covering my
equestrian experiences over the last nine or so years. Most of the photos have been taken by me although there
are a few pictures with me in them. In addition to a lot of photos of horses, there are also pictures of dogs
and other things.
If you enjoy this site, please show your gratitude with a small donation. My horses will enjoy the carrots $5 buys.
At the very least why not make a link to the Horses site or wite a nice Review.
Whats new on Horses.co.uk
More horse stories and pictures ...
|It's just counting strides, finding your distance, swapping leads, and looking good doing it. Relax, what could be easier?|
If you know of any quotes that I don't have you can send them to me and
I will include them in the quotations section along with loads of others.
It's that festive time of year again!
If you fancy making your own Christmas Cards, I have a set of four cards you can download and print for yourself.
All I ask is a donation if you choose to use them. Click here to see them.
The horse pictures cover the areas of Dressage, Show Jumping, Cross Country, Hunting,
Showing and Polo. Of course there are also loads of pictures of Horses just standing
around looking pretty.
Most of the pictures are of horses in the UK at various riding stables, equestrian
establishments and horse shows around the England. There are plenty of pictures taken
in the New Forest. I like to ride whenever I travel abroad and there are a few pictures
from France and Switzerland.
The 26 last glorious years of Horses ... and counting
The Activities section categorises the horse pictures according to activity or scenario,
and the Dogs section has lots of pictures of dogs.
The links above tell a story but are constantly under development and only reference about
35% of the available pictures on this site. You can access the rest of the archive by browsing the Photo Album directly.
|This site has a special guest ...|
||Branston is the world's first computer literate horse. In his
stable you can find him regaling many interesting
stories about him and his rider 'Spuds'.
There are also some animations of horses paces- walk, trot, canter and gallop. The site also has a few
horse sounds in WAV and AU format.
If you have a Java enabled browser why not try the
Block Puzzle game, and see if you can get into the
high score table. If you think its easy do it on 5x5 !!!
You might like to sign my guest book or
see some messages from users of the system.
Comments much appreciated to firstname.lastname@example.org.