The “Battle Of The Bastards” on Sunday night’s Game Of Thrones was one of the grandest sword-swinging, blood-spilling throwdowns ever seen on television. Here’s how filmmakers turned 100 people into 1,000, “crashed” horses together without hurting them, how a sweet Land Rover camera rig captured the action.
If you’ve ever been privileged enough to spend time with a horse regularly, you’ll know it’s a bit of a double-edged sword.
It started with a Craigslist ad. Not the furniture-for-sale section or a melancholy Missed Connection. I’m talking “Gigs” section Craigslist. It was 2009, and I had just graduated from college. I had no job or skills, and I’d moved back in with my parents. After getting a “we’ll keep your resume on file, hon” from…
You might think that horses just ride around in trailers with their asses hanging out for the world to see. But not thoroughbreds. They travel in style, especially after they win the Kentucky Derby.
The war between horse and automobile has waged for decades, but it's all but settled at this point. The final battleground may be Central Park, where vintage electric cars could soon take the place of the famed horse-drawn carriages.
This isn't sneak-peak at Fast & Furious 15: Fistful Of Furious (working title) – it's the latest innovation in equestrian safety.
Ashlee Owens of Amelia, Virginia recently faced an interesting problem. Her driver's license was revoked because of an issue with the DMV, and the only way to resolve it was to go there in person. But how was she to do that without driving a car?
Ah, a Sunday night in Montana. You know what that means? It's time to go for a drunk horse ride and then a nice drunk drive after hours of other drunk activities.