The Little Iron Horse

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The Little Iron Horse

This is a group for owners, breeders, or admirers of Canada's national horse - the Canadian! The aim is to promote this little known breed and show the world how versitile and beautiful the Canadian is.

Members: 62
Latest Activity: Sep 23, 2013

Here are some photos of Canadians I have had the prvledge to know and love, and call my own. These photos are just ment as an example of the breed, as they range in size shape and colour.

Discussion Forum

I bought a Canadian 7 Replies

Started by Becky. Last reply by Laura Boyle Dec 12, 2011.

UCD Futurity and Show - September 17 and 18, 2011 3 Replies

Started by Ferrous. Last reply by Laura L Sep 20, 2011.

What do you do with your Canadian? 9 Replies

Started by Roxy. Last reply by Laura Boyle Sep 17, 2011.

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Comment by Frances Tufts on September 23, 2013 at 2:31pm

Check out the Driving Horse calendar 2014: Hailey and Junior are the January poster pair!!

Comment by Laura Boyle on July 26, 2013 at 7:45am

Magie had her first trip out by herself. She was an absolute star! Loaded perfectly, was a little worried at the farm we went to because it was a new experience but she glued herself to me and was fine.

She had her first experiences in an arena, did really well in her groundwork session.  I learned that we have an awesome amount of stuff going on, but also I am creating some problems within our relationship I have to work on before our next time. 

Loaded like a star to go home. I LOVE my pony. :)

Comment by Laura Boyle on July 26, 2013 at 7:40am

Scooter looks lovely. Congrats on your success you two!
Selling him? :(
Around here, my horses never leave. LOL

Comment by Queenrider on July 25, 2013 at 5:07pm

Below is a picture of Scooter at Travis Hall Bronze dressage show.  He won his Second level test with a score of 67.5%!  He scored 7.5 on his gaits.He is for sale.

Comment by Queenrider on July 25, 2013 at 5:05pm

Comment by Laura Boyle on July 4, 2013 at 7:33am

Hey Rose.
Congrats on another sucessful display. Did you bring your usual lady?
Gotta love the new brochures. I have been passing them out every chance I get. It is amazing how many people don't have a clue what a treasure Canada has in these little horses!!! So the more we get out there and 'wow' the crowd, the better. :)
People at the clinic we went to couldn't believe Magie had never been there before. She beat out the quarterhorses who actually live there on the tougher challenges in the playground. Second of course that she is only 2 years old. Whaaaa???
I have to keep an eye on her though....she trucks through some stuff when I ask her just to wait and process...She has the makings of a police horse I swear! Coming through...ready or not!
Brave little cookie.

Comment by Laura Boyle on July 4, 2013 at 7:21am

Haa haa haaaa Queenrider! Scooter has you 'trained'! LOL
Magie was our sport horse's moral support when we trailered. Our other mare was a mess. She needs more confidence in a trailer. Magie was cool as a cucumber, but I could tell she was annoyed when we went to unload. We put a slow feeder haynet in the trailer because she is so rough on a traditional haynet. She kept tossing the new haynet and pinning her ears! I swear she was telling me it sucks to try to eat from this thing when it won't stop moving!!!!! She was bouncing it off her trailer mates head! LOL
I need to do some playing with Magie with the trailer so she can go to my friend's farm by herself. I have a feeling she will take it all in stride again..Is there fooooood there???? Cool.

The more I can expose her to, the better she will be when I go to start her. Trail walks, new places and adventures, maybe a fair or two, and not to forget, some 'scary' chickens.... :)

Congrats on Scooter's ackomplishments. Handsome boy.

Comment by Rose Cook on July 3, 2013 at 9:49pm

We exhibited one of our Canadian mares at the Antique Power Show again this year along with our Newfoundland Ponies. This is the 5th year we attended this event. We would like to thank the Canadian Horse Breeders Association for providing us with banners, signs and pamphlets to hand outs.

Comment by Rose Cook on July 3, 2013 at 9:45pm

Comment by Queenrider on July 3, 2013 at 9:18am

Canadians learn very quickly and are very smart!  Last year I was at a dressage show with Scooter.  He had finished his classes and i put him back into the 4 horse slant load trailer next to a younger horse so he could keep her calm.  I went and sat outside and basically was having a snooze when I heard very loud banging.  I jumped up and went inside expecting to see a nasty accident.  Scooter calmly looked at me and was pointing at his hay net which was empty.  Scooter could see me through his window and obviously wanted more hay in his net.  I obeidiently refilled it and gave him some water so he could go back to eating, his favourite passtime.  By the way he won 3 and 4th ribbons at First level that day.

 
 
 
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