Coronavirus Changed Life For Thousands Of Bay Area Horses And Their HumansEleven-year-old Rocky hasn’t seen his family since the lockdown to stop the spread of the coronavirus began, on March 17. That’s because he’s an off-track thoroughbred, aka 'Rockzig,' and one of the hundreds of thousands of horses whose humans and handlers are sheltering in place across the Bay Area.
Concord Equestrian Non-Profit Fighting To Keep City From Shuttering Their Historic Adobe HomeA piece of Contra Costa County history is in jeopardy. One of the county's oldest buildings and the equestrian group that calls it home are about to shut down.
Battle Brewing Over Horse Poop At Half Moon Bay BeachComplaints from some beachgoers about horse poop at a popular Half Moon Bay beach has forced City Council members to step in to find a solution.
Horse Killed After Winds Topple Trees At Popular Equestrian Center In PetalumaA horse was killed when heavy winds combined with rain toppled trees at a horse park in Petaluma.
Man Leads Mule Train Down Busy San Pablo Avenue In El CerritoBeing "homeless" in the Bay Area doesn't mean being without pets, from dogs, cats, even parrots, but when a modern-day nomad took to the streets of El Cerrito with a mule train in tow, it turned a few heads, although law enforcement turned a blind (or blindered?) eye to the spectacle.
Community Corner: San Jose Saddles Up For Unique ShowIt's an innovative, multi-media show involving 47 horses and acrobats from around the world performing amazing stunts. Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human and Horse is coming to San Jose July 18, 2012.