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Introducting AHT’s Book Club: Black Beauty

Inspired by my homeschool teaching, I thought I would offer the chance for folks to read along with us as we read Black Beauty, written by Anna Sewell. We’ve just started reading it, and if anyone would like to join us and share in discussion, you can access the audio and print version of the […]

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Happy New Year 2015!

Happy New Year, horse friends!  Hope you have a safe and festive time this evening and that tomorrow brings lots of good food and good times with friends and family as we ring in the new year.  May you and yours be blessed with peace and prosperity in the coming year and for years to […]

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Holidays and Horses: Thanksgiving Traditions

Thanksgiving Traditions Recently, I read a story about a lady and her horse.  It was a horse that she acquired due to a racing injury and ended up owning and loving for the next 21 years.  Each year for Thanksgiving, they made it a tradition to go riding, even if only for a few minutes, […]

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Wednesday Wisdom #105 – Becca Salamone

Who is Becca Salamone?  Born Rebecca Anne Crow in Birmingham, Alabama to Dr. and Mrs. John Bankhead Crow, I grew up on Cliff Road in Birmingham until the age of five years, then moved to a horse farm off Highway 119 in Shelby County.  I lived on the farm, rode and showed horses until age […]

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Today is Alabama Horse Talk’s 2nd Year Anniversary!  The company was born on July 4th, a very important day to me, in 2012.  Now, two years later, Alabama Horse Talk is growing and blooming before my eyes.  My goals and dreams are beginning to come true, and for that, I feel truly blessed. The mission […]

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Thursday Tips and Trivia #85 – AHT Tips

Alabama Horse Talk Tips –  Read and subscribe to the Alabama Horse Talk Blog to stay up-to-date on equine businesses, services, personalities, and events in Alabama and the southeast. Go to the Alabama Horse Talk Directory to find equine resources.  If you’re an equine business, service, organization or artisan, create a listing for folks to […]

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