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(This article contains some spoilers for “Avengers: Endgame.”)The most common problem with really long movies is a midsection that lulls – it’s unavoidable with many stories, and it’s a thing that can make a three-hour film make it feel like it’s four hours long instead. But “Avengers: Endgame” does not have that problem. Its midsection is just as fast and zippy as the rest of it, and it somehow manages to make a three-hour running time feel like it’s only two.And that’s because this film’s midsection contains the part of the film where the Avengers enact their big plan to undo the damage Thanos did at the end of “Avengers: Infinity War.” That plan? A “time heist,” in which the Avengers go back in time and steal the Infinity Stones before Thanos destroyed them.Our heroes revisit major past events, like the immediate aftermath of the Battle of New York from the original “Avengers” film, where they need to snag the Tesseract and Loki’s scepter before they can be taken back to SHIELD. But things don’t go as planned and the whole situation gets extremely out of control, and they make one very big mistake that should theoretically have major consequences.Also Read: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ – Everything You Need to Know About the Asgardians of the GalaxyThat flub comes when Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr), disguised as security, gets the Tesseract knocked out of his hand right as he’s trying to escape. It lands at the feet of Loki (Tom Hiddleston), who is at that time Thor’s prisoner just moments after the end of the battle, and Loki grabs it and uses it to teleport away.The movie kinda treats this development as a minor hiccup – Tony and Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) simply go further back in time to steal the Tesseract in 1970 instead, and that whole Loki situation is never mentioned again.But this is a problem, according to the rules of time travel set by the film. Unless Steve somehow prevents that whole thing from happening when he returns the stones, then the incident would have sparked a branching alternate timeline where Loki is running around with the Tesseract after the Battle of New York.Also Read: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ – That Last Scene Makes No SenseAccording to the “Avengers: Endgame” time travel rules, the only way to keep that from happening would be to literally keep that from happening in the moment – either by preventing the Avengers from doing their time heist in the first place or by interfering in that moment. Going back to 1970 to steal the Tesseract then also doesn’t help because allegedly Steve returned the stone to that moment.And regardless, as Hulk says, changing the past just creates a new, alternate timeline. Doing something to the Tesseract in 1970 would not affect Loki’s ability to snatch it in 2012. According to the rules set by this movie.So unless Captain America went back to 2012 and specifically prevented Loki from taking the Tesseract, then there’s an alternate timeline where Loki just ran loose after the Battle of New York and did who knows what bad things. And there is no indication that Steve did anything about that situation – Hulk tasks him simply with returning the stones, and Old Steve only says he returned the stones before deciding to retire in the past. And he would have returned the Space Stone to 1970, not 2o12.Also Read: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ – We Need to Talk About This Black Widow SituationSo what does this mean for Loki? It’s anyone’s guess, since Loki is never even mentioned again after that scene. It could be, and this is purely speculation, that Loki’s escape is the beginning of the Loki TV show that Marvel is producing for Disney+. That show will see Loki popping up to influence various historical events on Earth, and the Tesseract could potentially enable time travel by some means. And also let’s not forget that the Avengers just have a time machine now. Time travel just exists now.But really you know as much as I do about where Loki went and what he did after, because “Avengers: Endgame” is not really concerned with that situation. So maybe we’ll find out something someday in a movie or a Disney+ show, or maybe that incident will never be mentioned again and it will forever, to us, just be a silly gag that will have potentially major ramifications for the inhabitants of that alternate timeline.Read original story ‘Avengers: Endgame’ – What Happened With Loki and the Tesseract? At TheWrap

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If Wishes Were Horses is the second of the glam rock band . Released in , it is the only Sweeney Todd album on which appears as lead singer. Shortly after this album, Bryan Adams went on to his solo career, which continues to this day.

Track listing

  1. « If Wishes Were Horses » – (3:47)
  2. « Tantalize » – (4:02)
  3. « Until I Find You » – (2:32)
  4. « Pushin’ & Shovin' » – (2:54)
  5. « No. 5243605 Smith » – (5:09)
  6. « Song For A Star » – (2:51)
  7. « Shut Up » – (3:06)
  8. « All Of A Sudden » – (3:36)
  9. « Wastin’ Time » – (4:56)
  10. « Say Hello Say Goodbye » – (3:57)

Personnel

  • Bryan Adams: Lead Vocals
  • Skip Prest: Guitar
  • Dan Gaudin: Keyboards
  • Budd Marr: Bass
  • John Booth: Drums

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    1 balcony facing east – with clothes horse


    The clothes horse is always in the way!



    Le est toujours dans le chemin !


    The bathroom features a washbasin, a shower and a WC. There is also a small utility room featuring a washing machine and a clothes horse.



    De plus, elle dispose d’une pièce contigüe avec une machine à laver et un .


    She does not know that you, like your mother, are weak and skittish and doomed to fulfill no function more useful than that of a clothes horse.



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    – nº 1 clothes horse. In winter the room is heated.



    -nº 1 pour étendre le linge.En hiver ce local est chauffé durant les heures d’affluence.


    the clothes horse has a particular asymmetric embodiment.


    He’s a bit of a clothes horse.



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    Other: Tables and chairs for the garden, 1 broom, 1 bucket, clothes horse.


    Which one is the desperately stuck-up, self-centered clothes horse?



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    My mother, Heather, is a steely divorcée of the ’80s, a working single mother of three and a thrift-store clothes horse.



    Ma mère Heather est une divorcée endurcie des années 1980, une maman monoparentale qui travaille tout en prenant soin de ses trois enfants.


    Encouraging the use of washing machines on the eco program, fully loaded and with minimal use of the tumble dryer; promoting the use of the clothes horse.



    Utilisation des machines à laver sur programme économique, à pleine charge et avec une utilisation minimum du sèche linge, incitation à l’utilisation de l’ collective.


    The clothes horse is always in the way!



    Le est toujours dans le chemin !

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    Where & how to buy a Belgian Drafthorse

    Where to find one ?

    At online marketplaces, general websites, traders,… lots of drafthorses are for sale. We can only advice to find someone trustworthy to trade with, especially when you’re not in the possibility to come to Belgium yourself to look for a horse.

    Tip : Before buying: ask (or search at the studfarm website) for pictures of horses related to the horse (mother, sisters, offspring,…) and try to get a complete image of the horse. At our website a lot of show results can be found, if show quality is important to you.

    At this website our members have the possibility to add their horses which are for sale. .

    Prices

    Prices go with the market. In general, in the Belgian Drafthorse breed :

    • colts or cheaper than fillies
    • the colour « bay roan » is most common and so cheaper than the ‘special colours’ like black and chestnut
    • the price also depends on show quality and pedigree (proven and/or rare bloodlines, champions in the pedigree, results which are achieved in shows/competitions,…)

    Export

    Before export the horse needs an official and complete passport and a microchip. If the horse is registered in the stud-book it receives an official passport from this organisation.
    For export to foreign countries, it’s always obliged to have official export documents from the Belgian governmental services. These need to be requested shortly before the export and are only valid for a few days. The cost for these arrangements are mostly charged extra to the buyer.

    The rules for export/import are different in all countries. It’s possible you need extra paperwork from your governmental services as well before the transport (and import) of the horse to your country is possible.
    Depending on the country of destination it might be necessary that the horse goes in quarantine before the export.

    Transport by air

    If you’re far away from Belgium, a transport by air might be the only way.
    Transport by air is expensive… a few tips:

    • Foals are cheaper :
      – Horses fly in specially designed aircraft stalls, for a safe and comfortable trip mostly two adults or three foals fit in one stall.
      – Foals mostly don’t need to be as long in quarantine as adult horses.
    • The more, the better!
      If you can combine the transport of several horses this will be relatively cheaper.

    Red Dead Redemption 2: Comment obtenir un cheval, apprivoiser un cheval…

    How to Get a Horse, Tame a Horse, & More in Red Dead Redemption 2

    Horses play a huge role in the world Rockstar has built for us in . You will likely be developing a strong between your character and horse and with that comes a ton of nuance. Let’s go through some of the things you can do with your companions, along with some useful info that might be helpful to you.

    How to Get a Horse

    You can get a horse by either buying one from a stable, which you’ll do as part of the introduction to the game, or by taming a horse out in the wild. Also, you can steal a temporary ride and then bring it to a stable to saddle it up and make it one of your own.

    To buy a horse, visit any of the stables that are usually in, or around the game’s major towns and cities such as Valentine. They are quite pricey early on in the game, so it’s best to work with the ones you find out and about for a while.

    Later on, when you’ve banked some cash, you can visit the different stables around the map of Red Dead Redemption 2, and see which one is to your liking. There are no set “best” ones, it all depends on your personal preference.

    Some are tough, but slow. Others are fast and fragile, and somewhere in between.

    Taming Horses

    You can also tame horses out in the wild of Red Dead Redemption 2 if you don’t want to purchase one yourself. They aren’t too common, but they are out there.

    However to catch them you’ll probably need to be on a horse yourself. When you’re near a wild horse, take out your , and then press L2/LT to aim, and then R2/RT to lasso it. If you’re successful, you’ll have it.

    Then, you have a few moments to approach to horse, and then interact with it (L2/LT) to calm it down. It may take a few tries before it’s fully calm. After that, you’ll be able to mount it, and then bring it to a stable to get saddled up.

    How to Whistle for Your Horse

    To whistle for your horse in Red Dead Redemption 2, simply press Up on the D-pad and as long as you’re within range, your noble steed will come. As your bond with your companion improves, you’ll be able to increase the range at which you can call it to you.

    If your ride is too far away, it will be grey on your mini-map. If you’re stranded, try to find the nearest station or stage coach to .

    How to Transfer Items to Your Horse

    You can transfer items, such as animal carcasses, to your horse by going to the back of it when carrying something and pressing Square/X. It will carry your larger weapons almost all the time, and you’ll need to remember to get these before embarking on a mission, etc.

    If you press L1/LT while near, or riding it, you can navigate your weapons menu pick from all the weapons that you currently own.

    Increasing Your Horses’ Bond and Overall Wellness

    Over time, your horses’ bond will increase as long as you take good care of it. That, and its general stats, such as stamina and health will slightly improve as well. To do this, make sure that you avoid bringing it into stressful situations where it can get chomped on by a predator, or shot at.

    When that inventively happens, you can press and hold L3 while on your horse to calm it down.

    You’ll also want to occasionally pat, feed, and brush your horse in Red Dead Redemption 2. All of these options are available while interacting with it when near it by pressing L2/LT. Brushing in particular is most important as if it is too dirty, its stamina will drain faster.

    Check out our for more detailed information if you need it.

    How to Hitch Your Horse

    When you’re near a hitching spot, which are little racks dotted throughout the place, you can press and hold Triangle/Y to dismount and hitch it there. This ensures that it won’t go off wandering.

    That does it for our general horse guide for Red Dead Redemption 2. For more tips and tricks, be sure to check out our .

    La brasserie et le pavillon de chasse Stalking Horse | Los Angeles…

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    UNKNOWN CASTLE – Dupont Castle

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    I received E-Mail that said:

    I write because for years I have been intrigue by a “castle” on Sleepers
    island on Lake Winnipesaukee in Alton, New Hampshire. It is modest in size
    and shares the island with many similar sized lake homes. It appears to be
    a private residence. I know little else about it.

    Later, I received E-Mail that said:

    This is a picture of the « castle » on Sleeper’s Island, Lake Winnipesaukee,
    NH. Rumor has it that the owner wanted to get away from people and kept
    dogs on the island to discourage visitors. I assume it was Sleeper’s castle.

    Someone on the Form on

    should be able to give you more information.

    Later, I received e-Mail that said:

    I just happened onto your site and saw “Unknown Castle” on Sleeper’s Island
    on Lake Winnipesaukee, NH. I thought I’d add a little bit of what I know
    about this place from my childhood…

    It was (at least back in the 1960’s) known as “Hale’s Castle”. In the early
    to mid 1960’s, it was converted to a B & B known as “Castlewood”, and had a
    guest pick-up service from a marina on the west shore of the lake near Mt.
    Major. In addition to the “castle”, there were several guest rooms in a
    “Boat-el”, which was located just to the right of the main house, and had
    dock space in front of it.

    At the time my family stayed there, it was owned by friends of my family,
    and was one of only about 3 homes on the island, all of which were seasonal.
    I believe the B & B operation was rather short-lived, and aside from a few
    old childhood photos and some 8mm home movies, have very little other information.

    On 3-4-07, I received E-Mail that said:

    My parents owned the Sleepers Island Castle from in the late seventies
    through mid eighties. It was built in 1911. The work was performed by the same
    folks who built Castle in the clouds, which was built around the same time.
    There is a grave yard and originally a barn on the property as well.

    On 8-32-09, I received e-mail that said:

    I stumbled on your site and thought I would try to add to the information
    regarding Hale’s Castle. It is, indeed, Hale’s Castle, built in 1911. My
    memory is somewhat foggy as to precise dates but my family (the Ford Brewers)
    owned the property from the early sixties to the early seventies. The island
    had been purchased by a couple of fellows and was broken down into lots. One
    of the investors was Henry Maxfield, whose Real Estate signs can be seen all
    over the Lakes Region these days. The previous writer is correct, it was run
    as a summer business for a number of years as « Castlewood ». We ran a ferry
    from the West Alton Marina to accommodate guests. We never had guests in the
    Castle but rented units in the Boat-el and a
    cottage. We also ran a small sandwich shop on the covered porch of the Castle.

    My understanding is that Mr. Hale was a full time resident of the island and
    maintained horses and bridle paths. I once found a horse skeleton on the
    Rattlesnake side of the island. Some of the bridle paths are still visible.
    A small cemetery exists in the middle of the island which contains Hale, his
    first wife and his housekeeper. His second wife ultimately sold the island.
    When we lived there, we were convinced that the castle had a friendly ghost.
    Whether of not it was Hale, we never knew but there was frequently strange
    things happening which we were hard pressed to explain. Although we never
    told the buyers of the
    castle about our ghost, they sold it soon after because the wife became
    convinced she was living with a ghost.

    Over the years the condition of the property deteriorated. Ultimately
    (sometime in the late 80’s, I think), the property sold to the Mercers who
    restored the property and continue to live there today.

    On 6-14-17, I received e-mail that said:

    My grandparents Mr and Mrs Mahoney were the caretakers of the castle. (The
    two old people that scared that writer.) Interesting they were always friendly!
    They worked for the park service. I went to visit them every year and during
    my childhood would dream that I was the princess of that castle. There was a
    park bellow and and a storage house of all kinds of crafts items. (During the
    summers camps would come to the castle and kids would play and be occupied for
    long hours with all the fun items in that storage area.

    I would like to know who is living in that house on the side of the castle now
    it is the same one my grandparents lived in. It had two bedrooms in it. A
    living room area and a kitchen. It was comfortable and a great place to be.

    Does anyone have more information?

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    Thanks to Jack Brown for sending the photo.

    Le musée du Cheval – Domaine de Chantilly

     

    Une muséographie contemporaine

    Le musée du Cheval est destiné à tous les publics, connaisseurs comme néophytes. Sa muséographie résolument contemporaine, avec un grand nombre d’outils interactifs, offre aux visiteurs une approche à la fois pédagogique et ludique du cheval et de son histoire.

     

    Des Collections précieuses et inédites

    Au total près de 200 objets et œuvres d’art s’offrent à la contemplation des visiteurs : tableaux, estampes, sculptures, manuscrits, équipements équestres…
    Les collections, en provenance du monde entier et des réserves du musée Condé ou de collections privées témoignent des différentes utilisations du cheval et des formes esthétiques appréciées dans leurs lieux d’origine. Des œuvres rares de Pierre Vernet ou Froment-Meurice sont ainsi exposées. 

     

    Des Thématiques riches et variées

    Les objets et œuvres d’art, répartis sur 15 salles abordent plusieurs thématiques : l’histoire de la domestication du cheval, les différentes races de chevaux dans le monde ou encore l’évolution des formes d’harnachement à travers les siècles. Une salle est ainsi dédiée aux outils inventés par l’homme pour maîtriser sa monture : mors, étriers, éperons…

    Une collection rare de vases en verre de Bohème gravés du milieu du XIXe siècle illustre la représentation du cheval dans l’art et plus spécifiquement dans les arts décoratifs.

    La bibliophilie est aussi présente avec un ensemble de livres anciens en lien avec le cheval. Six bornes interactives permettent de feuilleter les ouvrages, dont un manuscrit persan du XVIe siècle, un manuscrit français dédié au roi Louis XII et un manuscrit pour enfants publié dans les années 1940 intitulé « L’histoire du Cheval bleu ».

    Le musée retrace également le rôle du cheval par rapport au pouvoir, à la guerre, la chasse ou encore les loisirs. Les courses hippiques, qui font la renommée de Chantilly depuis 1834, sont représentées dans deux salles du musée, une vidéo permet ainsi de découvrir l’évolution de la position des jockeys à travers les époques.
    Et pour ravir les enfants, un ensemble exceptionnel d’animaux de carrousel est exposé dans le musée, avec plusieurs chevaux en bois sculpté. Enfin, les visiteurs pourront admirer dans la Nef Ouest deux des plus importantes voitures hippomobiles de France : la Calèche des Impératrices et la Berline du duc de Bourbon, toutes deux fraîchement restaurées.

    Horse Guards — Wikipédia

    Les Horse Guards sont une formation de l’. Ils constituent la cavalerie de la Garde de la Maison du souverain (Household Division ou Division de la Maison royale) : ensemble des régiments de la Garde affectés à la protection de la famille royale au palais de Buckingham, à Londres et au château de Windsor.
    Cette Garde royale comprend actuellement un régiment de cavalerie (le Household Cavalry Regiment) et cinq régiments d’infanterie (les Foot Guards).

    Le , situé sur à deux pas de la résidence du premier ministre, est le quartier général de la garde de la reine et joue le rôle d’entrée officielle du .

    Les Horse-Guards sont les cuirassiers du régiment de de la Maison Royale (Household Cavalry regiment), formé par l’amalgame des deux plus anciens régiments de l’armée britannique :

    Les chevaux des deux régiments de Horse-Guards sont noirs sauf ceux des trompettes qui sont gris.

    Historiquement, l’appellation de Horse Guards est réservée aux seuls cavaliers du régiment « The Royal Horse Guards ».

    À la différence de leurs homologues de la Garde républicaine française, aux fonctions essentiellement protocolaires, les militaires de la Garde sont présents, par roulement, sur tous les théâtres d’opérations militaires de l’armée britannique (Irlande du Nord, Malouines en 1982, Golfe en 1991, ex-Yougoslavie, Afghanistan, Irak actuellement…).

    Cavalier des Horse Guards (remarquer le bouton rouge d’alerte).

    Depuis 1992, les Blues and Royals sont amalgamés aux Life Guards et forment le Régiment de cavalerie de la Maison royale (Household Cavalry Regiment) tout en ayant conservé chacun des escadrons de tradition qui constituent le régiment monté (Cavalry Mounted Regiment) des Horse Guards chargé de l’escorte royale (Sovereign’s Escort of the Household cavalry).
    Ce régiment monté, avec un effectif de 350 cavaliers, est l’équivalent britannique du régiment de cavalerie de la Garde républicaine française.

    Le Household Cavalry Regiment est une unité de reconnaissance de l’armée blindée, qui sert sur les théâtres de guerre ou d’opérations extérieures (Balkans, Irak, Afghanistan).

    Les Horse-Guards sont surtout connus pour leur rôle protocolaire. Depuis , ils accompagnent à le lors des cérémonies officielles. Les deux régiments formant l‘Escorte Royale de Cavalerie de la Maison Royale (Sovereign’s Escort of the Household cavalry).

    Ils sont également chargés de monter la garde devant l’entrée officielle des et de ainsi que devant le bâtiment des Horse Guards. Ce dernier était à l’origine situé aux portes du , résidence des monarques jusqu’à son incendie en 1698. Si les rois ont déménagé, les Horse-Guards y ont conservé leurs quartiers et chaque jour, à 11 heures 30 du matin, la consiste au changement de régiment en faction à Whitehall.

    Remarque : Le 19 novembre 1940 sont créés les , à la puis à l’ en 1941. Il se bat en Afrique du Nord (Libye) en 1942 et participe notamment à la seconde bataille d’. Il stationne en Syrie en 1943 avant de combattre en Italie en 1943-1944. Puis il rentre en Angleterre en octobre 1944.

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    Les hommes sélectionnés pour servir dans les Horse-Guards sont formés pendant 4 mois aux pratiques de l’équitation avant de participer aux parades.

    Pour entrer dans la Household Calvalry, il faut effectuer ses classes militaires à la compagnie des gardes à puis ceux qui deviendront gardes montés suivent 8 semaines de cours d’équitation et d’hippologie à alors que les autres pourront aussi intégrer l’un des deux régiments de la Household Cavalry après 6 semaines de formation à Bovington (blindés ou artillerie).

    À Windsor, les futurs Horse Guards apprennent à s’occuper de leur cheval et établir une relation de respect avec l’animal avec lequel ils travailleront. Ils apprennent aussi les disciplines équestres, les manœuvres militaires à cheval (défilés).

    Quatre semaines supplémentaires en grande tenue de Horse-Guards terminent la formation. Après l’examen de passage, le garde est affecté à l’un des deux régiments, Life Guards ou Royal and Blues et rejoint les casernes situées en bordure de Hyde Park sur Knightsbridge (Hyde Park Barracks).

    Il est aussi possible de devenir Horse-Guard après un premier service opérationnel dans les régiments.

    Le régiment des Life Guards est le régiment le plus ancien de l’armée britannique. L’uniforme comporte une tunique rouge, un plumet blanc. Les chevaux portent une chabraque (tapis de ) blanche pour les soldats, noire pour les officiers.

    Les Blues and Royals ont été créés en 1969 à partir du régiment « The Royal Horse Guards » surnommé les bleus (The Blues) et du régiment des Dragons royaux (The Royal Dragoons dit « The Royals » ou first Dragons). La devise du régiment : «  » (en français) était la devise des Royal Horse Guards.

    La date anniversaire du régiment est le en mémoire de la bataille de Waterloo, il a établi ses quartiers dans le bâtiment des Horse Guards à Whitehall, Londres. L’uniforme est composé d’une tunique bleue et d’un plumet rouge, la est noire pour tous les chevaux.

    Le régiment des Royal Horse Guards (The Blues)[ | ]

    Les Royal Horse Guards (les Blues): régiment descendant du Régiment de Cuirassiers de 1650. Cette appellation date de 1877 et ne concerne strictement que le régiment des Blues, créé en 1661 (Royal Regiment of Horse ou Oxford Blues).
    Il devient « Cavalerie de la Maison Royale » en 1813 sous le règne de George III, quand le duc de Wellington est colonel.

    Ce régiment est amalgamé en 1969 avec les Royal Dragoons pour former les Blues and Royals, littéralement les « Bleus et Royaux ».

    Les cavaliers portent une tunique bleu foncé – avec une aiguillette d’or sur l’épaule droite pour les officiers -, une culotte blanche, une cuirasse, un casque à crinière de cheval rouge et des bottes hautes de couleur noire. Leurs chevaux sont à chabraque (tapis de selle) noire.
    La devise de l’unité est « Honi soit qui mal y pense ».
    Les Blues and Royals ont été amalgamés aux Life Guards en 1992, tout en gardant leurs spécificités vestimentaires, pour constituer le Household Cavalry Regiment.

    Le lieutenant-colonel fut chef de corps des Blues de décembre 1951 à décembre 1954.

    Le prince (Henry, Charles, Albert, David Mountbatten-Windsor, Prince Harry of Wales), né en 1984, a intégré le 8 mai 2005 l’. Il a été nommé, le 12 avril 2006, sous-lieutenant (Cornet) des Blues.

    Liste des noms de batailles inscrites sur le drapeau du Régiment des Blues :

    • Dettingen, guerre de Succession d’ (1742-1748)
    • Warburg, guerre de Sept Ans (1756-1763)
    • Beaumont et Willems, guerres de la Révolution française (1793-1804)
    • Guerres de la Péninsule hispanique (1809-1813)
    • Waterloo 1815,
    • (Égypte 1882)
    • Libération de Kimberley et bataille de Paardeberg (Deuxième guerre des Boers 1899-1900)
    • Première Guerre mondiale : Mons, Le Cateau, Retraite de Mons, Marne 1914, Aisne 1914, Messines 1914, Armentières 1914, Ypres 1914-1915-1917, Langemarck 1914, Gheluvelt, Nonne Bosschen, St Julien, Frezenberg, Loos, Arras 1917, Scarpe 1917, Broodseinde, Poelcappelle, Passchendaele, Ligne Hindenbourg, Cambrai 1918, Sambre, France et Flandres 1914-18
    • Deuxième Guerre mondiale : Bagdad, Irak 1941 et Palmyre, Syrie 1941, El Alamein, Afrique du Nord 1942-43, Arezzo, avancée vers Florence, Ligne Gothique, Italie 1944, Mont Pincon, Souleuvre, franchissement du Noireau, Amiens 1944, Bruxelles, Neerpelt, Nederrijn, Nimègue, Lingen, Bentheim, Europe 1944-45.

    Le régiment des Royal Dragoons (1st Dragoons)[ | ]

    Les Royals (ou The Royal Dragoons (1st Dragoons) est un régiment de dragons levé en 1661 par le Comte de Peterborough, en garnison à Tanger, dans l’actuel Maroc, pour combattre les Maures, sous le règne de Charles II, après la chute du régime de .
    Son nom initial était Troupe à cheval de Tanger (Tangier Troop of Horse). Il regagna Londres en 1683 et prit le nom de Régiment Royal de Dragon en 1690 (The Royal Regiment of Dragoons).

    L’appellation actuelle date de 1961.

    Les cavaliers portaient une tunique rouge, une culotte bleu jarretière avec une bande jaune qui courait de haut en bas de la jambe, un casque à crinière de cheval noire et des bottes basses de couleur noire.
    Quand le régiment est amalgamé aux Blues en 1969 pour former les Blues and Royals, les soldats adoptent la tunique des Blues sur la manche gauche de laquelle est rajouté un aigle brodé, emblème du régiment qui captura en 1815, à Waterloo, les couleurs du | ]

    Depuis 1969, Le régiment a servi à Windsor, en Irlande du Nord, en Allemagne, à Chypre et lors de la (Falklands) en 1982.

    Le régiment possède deux escadrons à Windsor et un escadron de cérémonie à Londres. De plus, des escadrons blindés sont engagés sur les théâtres d’opérations extérieures où sert l’armée britannique (Bosnie, Kosovo, Afghanistan…).

    •  ). Histoire détaillée du régiment, remarquablement illustrée.
    •  ).
    • (1916-2009) LVO, OBE, MC, chef de corps des Royal Horse Guards en 1951-1954.

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    Mare – Wikipedia

    A mare is an adult or other .

    In most cases, a mare is a female horse over the age of three, and a is a female horse three and younger. In , a mare is defined as a female more than four years old. The word can also be used for other female animals, particularly and , but a female is usually called a « jenny ». A broodmare is a mare used for breeding. A horse’s female parent is known as its dam.

    An uncastrated adult male horse is called a and a male is a . Occasionally, the term « horse » is used to designate only a male horse.

    Reproductive cycle[]

    A nursing foal. Domesticated mares may nurse their foals an average of four to six months, occasionally longer, depending on human management decisions and the temperament of a given mare.

    Mares carry their young (called ) for approximately 11 months from conception to birth. (Average range 320–370 days.) Usually just one young is born; twins are rare. When a mare foals, she nurses the foal for at least four to six months before it is , though may allow a foal to nurse for up to a year.

    The , also known as « season » or « heat » of a mare occurs roughly every 19–22 days and occurs from early spring into autumn. As the days shorten, most mares enter an anestrus period during the winter and thus do not cycle in this period. The reproductive cycle in a mare is controlled by the (length of the day), the cycle first triggered when the days begin to lengthen. As the days shorten, the mare returns to the anestrus period when she is not sexually receptive. Anestrus prevents the mare from conceiving in the winter months, as that would result in her foaling during the harshest part of the year, a time when it would be most difficult for the foal to survive.

    However, for most competitive purposes, foals are given an official « birthday » of January 1 (August 1 in the ), and many breeders want foals to be born as early in the year as possible. Therefore, many breeding farms begin to put mares « under lights » in late winter in order to bring them out of anestrus early and allow conception to occur in February or March. One exception to this general rule is the field of , which requires horses to be 60 true calendar months old (5 years) before competing at longer distances.

    Fillies are by age two and are sometimes bred at that age, but generally should not be bred until they themselves have stopped growing, usually by age four or five.

    A healthy, well-managed mare can produce a foal every year into her twenties, though not all breeders will breed a mare every year. In addition, many mares are kept for riding and so are not bred annually, as a mare in late or nursing a foal is not able to perform at as athletic a standard as one who is neither pregnant nor . In addition, some mares become from their foals, even temporarily, and thus are difficult to manage under saddle until their foals are .

    Behavior[]

    A broodmare. Note slight distension of belly, indicating either early pregnancy or recent foaling.

    Mares are considered easier to handle than . However, have little to no hormone-driven behavior patterns at all, thus sometimes they are preferred to both mares and stallions. Mares have a notorious, if generally undeserved, reputation for being « marish, » meaning that they can be cranky or unwilling when they come into .[]

    While a few mares may be somewhat more distractible or irritable when in heat, they are far less easily distracted than a stallion at any time. Solid training usually minimizes hormonal behavior. For competitive purposes, mares are sometimes placed on , such as the drug Regumate, to help control hormonally based behavior. Some riders also use various , most of which have not been extensively tested for effectiveness.

    In relation to maternal behaviour, the formation of the bond between a mare and her foal « occurs during the first few hours post-partum, but that of the foal to the mare takes place over a period of days ».

    Mares and geldings can be pastured together. However, mares may be a bit more territorial than geldings, even though they are far less territorial than stallions. Sex-segregating herds may make for less infighting, especially if kept in close quarters. However, studies also have shown that when a « lead mare » or « boss mare » is in charge of a herd, all remaining animals rest for longer periods and seem more at ease than do those in herds led by a gelding.

    In wild herds, a « boss mare » or « lead mare » leads the band to grazing, to water, and away from danger. She eats and drinks first, decides when the herd will move and to where. The herd stallion usually brings up the rear and acts as a defender of the herd against predators and other stallions.

    Mares are used in every and usually compete equally with stallions and geldings in most events, though some competitions may offer classes open only to one sex of horse or another, particularly in classes. In , mares and fillies have their own races and only a small percentage compete against male horses. However, a few fillies and mares have won classic horse races against colts, including the , the , the , the and the .

    Mares are used as animals in some cultures, especially by the and formerly nomadic peoples of . Fermented , known as , is the national drink of . Some mares, usually of breeding, are kept in North America for the production of their urine. Pregnant mares’ urine is the source of the in the hormonal drug (derived from Pregnant mares’ urine).

    Historic use[]

    Until the invention of and even later where there was less cultural acceptance of the practice, mares were less difficult to manage than stallions and thus preferred for most ordinary work. Historically, the nomads of the preferred mares on their raids, because stallions would nicker to the opposing camps’ horses, whereas mares would be quiet. However, other cultures preferred male horses over mares either due to a desire for more aggressive behavior in a fighting animal, or to not be inconvenienced with a loss of work ability due to a mare’s pregnancy, and .

    Etymology[]

    The word mare, meaning « female horse », took several forms before A.D. 900. In the form was mere or mȳre, the for mearh (horse). The form of the word was Mähre. Similarly, in and , the word was marc, in , march, in Cornish « margh », and in marc’h. The word is « said to be of Gaulish origin. » The word has no known beyond and . One possible derived term is a mare’s nest, an expression for « excitement over something which does not exist » The term , is not directly connected etymologically with the word for female horse, but rather to that meant « incubus » or « goblin. »

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    Elle espère même y rencontrer un prince. Evidemment puisque, dans son esprit,
    les princes chevauchent toujours de fiers destriers. A défaut de rencontrer un
    prince, la jeune femme va découvrir qu’elle a une grande attirance pour cet étrange
    cheval à face humaine. Elle admet même le trouver « très sexy ».

    « Il était là, elle le vit. Ce beau… Cheval. « Tu veux une carotte? » / « Qu’est ce qui t’amène ici? Je ne t’ai jamais vue avant? Je cherche juste des mecs sexy. »

    Développé par Usaya, spécialistes des jeux farfelus comme les Japonais savent si bien le faire, My Horse Prince est un simulateur de drague comme il en existe déjà. Pour progresser dans l’aventure, il faut correctement répondre à des questions à choix multiples et remporter des mini-jeux. La romance avec un cheval mutant pose question: votre personnage doit-il ou non tomber amoureux de cet étalon? Cette interrogation a dérouté bien des utilisateurs. Sur Internet, de nombreux curieux ont téléchargé l’application.

    « Mon amie et moi on a téléchargé ‘My Horse Prince’ pour rire. MAIS C’EST QUOI CE BORDEL? »

    « Je suis heureux, j’ai un nouveau souvenir avec toi, Saoto. » / « Et je préférerais oublier que cela se soit produit. »

    « Alors maintenant je suis propriétaire d’un cheval? Mais pourquoi je devrais dépenser de l’argent pour ce cheval bizarre? » / « Dieu merci, le jeu est gratuit donc personne ne doit vraiment dépenser d’argent. »

    Pas sûr… Comme le rappelle le site , le fantasme d’avoir des relations sexuelles avec un cheval n’est pas nouveau. My Horse Prince aura au moins le mérite de nous faire prendre conscience qu’il en faut vraiment (vraiment) pour tous les goûts.

    Le jeu est disponible gratuitement pour et  et dispose étonnamment d’une excellente note sur l’Apple Store français. Rien d’aussi étrange qu’un cheval humain en réalité, le youtubeur star Squeezie a récemment posté une vidéo sur sa chaîne dans laquelle il raconte son expérience de flirt équestre. A la fin de la démonstration, il a demandé à ses fans de laisser de bons avis à l’application.

    I Love My Horse | Nintendo 3DS | Jeux | Nintendo

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    ‎My Horse dans l’App Store – itunes.apple.com

    Maintenant disponible en Français!
    Réalisez votre rêve : achetez et occupez-vous d’un cheval réaliste, et partagez cette expérience avec vos amis !

    PRENEZ SOIN DE VOTRE MONTURE
    Occupez-vous de votre cheval en le nettoyant, le nourrissant et en lui offrant des friandises. Apprenez à mieux le connaître à travers de nombreuses activités en 3D. Puis, lorsque vous serez prêt, vous aurez huit races à collectionner et à bichonner !

    COMPÉTITIONS
    De passionnants concours de saut d’obstacles vous attendent ! Entraînez-vous pour prendre part à une série de concours relevés. Pour réussir, maintenir la santé et le moral de votre monture sera primordial ! Parviendrez-vous à devenir champion du monde ?

    APPAREIL PHOTO EXTRAORDINAIRE
    Prenez des photos de votre cheval sur le vif, tandis qu’il bâtifole et s’alimente dans son enclos. On s’y croirait !

    JOUABILITÉ SOCIALE
    Aidez-vous les uns les autres : Rendez visite aux étables de vos amis pour vous occuper de leurs chevaux, plus vous serez et moins de travail il y aura !

    GRAPHISMES EXCEPTIONNELS
    My Horse est magnifique. Admirez les mouvements de votre cheval et comment ses oreilles indiquent son humeur du moment. Extasiez-vous devant les chevaux pie : chaque robe est unique ! Ou bien imprégnez-vous de l’atmosphère d’un prestigieux concours de saut d’obstacles. My Horse vous transportera dans un univers que vous ne voudrez plus quitter.

    Téléchargez My Horse dès à présent pour vous occuper de votre propre cheval !

    ATTENTION ! My Horse est gratuit, mais il contient des éléments que vous pourrez acheter. Activez/désactivez ces objets dans le menu « Restrictions » de votre appareil.

    Compatible avec iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, 4s, iPod touch (3ème et 4ème générations), et iPad 1 et 2.

    My Horse est édité par NaturalMotion Games et développé par MunkyFun, Inc.

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    Le jeu est susceptible de vous demander l’accès à votre photothèque, votre agenda ou votre caméra qui seront utilisés pour vous proposer des expériences publicitaires plus immersives. Si vous n’accordez pas ces autorisations, vous aurez une expérience publicitaire moins immersive.

    Le tour | Brasserie au bord du lac

    Must be 21 or under supervision of parent or legal guardian.

    All patrons on the premise must be 21 with a valid ID or under the supervision of a parent or legal guardian. Aunts, uncles, brothers, and sisters are not legal guardians.

    For non-beer drinkers, Lakefront’s Golden Maple Root Beer as well as Coke products are available.

    Our brewery tours last approximately 45 minutes and are geared towards adults. Kids and families are welcome on the tour but at their own discretion.

    12 and under do not require a ticket but must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all times.

    All ticket sales are final. We do not offer refunds for any tickets purchased. We will not issue sample tokens for groups with unused tour tickets. 

    Ticket Availability

    Each brewery tour can have up to 60 people. We presell 45 tickets online and will take 15 people that walk-up for the tour. Walk-up tickets are only available on a first-come first-served basis. If more than 15 people walk-up for the tour, we will sell tickets to them for the next available tour. Walk-up tickets will not be sold in advance for any tours later in the day and everyone in your party must be present to recieve a ticket. We reserve the right to increase online tickets beyond 45 as business requires.

    Saturdays: All 60 tour tickets will be sold online for every tour, every Saturday.

    Please Note: Any online tickets that did not sell on any given day will be closed out and sold as walk-up tickets on a first-come, first-served basis. Call for ticket availability.

    Weekday Tours (Mon – Thur) $9

    Please note that we are in production during the week and cannot go through the entire brewery on these days. 

    Weekend Tours (Fri – Sun) $11

    These tours go through the entire brewery as we are usually not in production. Friday evening & Saturday tours are always busy, and generally always sell out. Saturday tours are only sold online.  Please use our online ticketing service through this website to purchase any tickets for Saturday. Friday night tours offer 15 walk-up tickets for each tour. Any online tour tickets that didn’t sell on any given day become available as walk-up tickets the day of. Please arrive early to have a chance at these tickets.

    Tours in Spanish
    (Tours en Español)

    We are proud to announce that our nationally renowned brewery tour is now available in Spanish! Contact Omega at omega@lakefrontbrewery.com for more information and availability as they must be booked in advance.

    ¡Estamos muy orgullosos de ofrecerles a nuestros clientes hispanohablantes la posibilidad de hacer un recorrido de nuestra cervecería famosa en español! Favor de ponerse en contacto con Omega directamente () para más información o para organizar de antemano su visita en español.

    Using Lakefront Gift Cards for Brewery Tours

    Unfortunately, our gift card system isn’t connected to our online ticketing software. Therefore, if looking to grab spots in advance, we ask that reservations are made and paid for ahead of time . We will then refund the total cost of your purchase upon arrival and swipe your gift card for that amount. You can also use gift cards on walk-up tickets, but we cannot promise space for you, especially on the weekends. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

    Online Ticketing

    If you’d like to ensure your spot on a specific tour, 45 online advance tickets are available for each tour. These tickets can be purchased through this website.  If online tickets are sold out, 15 walk-up tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis with the exception of Saturday tours. These tours are completely sold online. Our online ticketing software incurs a $1.00 online ticketing fee for each online ticket. We reserve the right to increase online tickets beyond 45 as business requires. 
    Please Note: Any online tickets that did not sell on any given day will be sold as walk-up tickets on a first-come, first-served basis the day of. All online ticket sales are final and cannot be refunded.

    Mini Tours on Saturdays $8

    Saturdays are a unique day at the brewery as we put all of our tour tickets online and we usually sell out. Due to the tours selling out, we now offer mini tours. These occur 5 minutes after the hour, every hour. This tour still includes the free samples, souvenir pint glass, and beer coupon but is much shorter, doesn’t include as many bad jokes, and gives you more time to enjoy our award-winning brews. Although the tour does not go down into the brewery, much of what the tour guide will be talking about can be seen through large windows. These tours are not available for pre-purchase and only occur when regular tours are sold out.

    Technical Tours $40

    Lakefront Brewery now offers technical tours on Sundays at 11:00AM. This tour is geared toward any home brewer or beer drinking aficionado but welcomes any beer knowledge enthusiast. The tour will be led by one of our experts and will last approximately 90 minutes. It is the only Lakefront tour where you will be up close and personal with the equipment learning exactly how we make our beer. It will conclude with a 90 minute food pairing that will feature specific Lakefront beers which complement our chef’s selection of local and national cheese, meat, fruit, chocolate and coffee. All participants must be at least 21 years of age. This tour is limited to a small number of people so they have an increased chance of selling out. All ticketing is done through our website and is not available for purchase the day of.
    Please note: Closed toed shoes are required, no exceptions. Techincal Tours are subject to cancellation due to low ticket sales. If necessary, you will be contacted the Thursday before the tour regarding said cancellation. Additionally, these prices do not include gratuity for our hard working technical guides, if you felt you received an exemplary experience, tipping is encouraged.

    Private Tours

    On weekdays, a private tour requires a minimum of 20 people or $180 and occurs on the half hour. The cost of the tour is $9 per person during the week. On weekends, public tours without sales can be bought out and require a minimum of 50 people or $550. The cost of the tour is $11 per person on the weekends. We cannot host private tours on Saturday’s. Private tours include four, 6 oz. samples of beer, a souvenir pint glass to take home, as well as a beer coupon for a Lakefront pint elsewhere. The tours last approximately 45 minutes. All attendees must be 21 or accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

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    Lieux exclus : Tadjikistan, Kazakhstan, Bhoutan, Kirghizistan, Ouzbékistan, Turkménistan, Inde, Népal, Arménie, Mongolie, Azerbaïdjan, Géorgie, Afghanistan, Russie, Laos, Macédoine, Andorre, Monténégro, Vatican, Saint-Marin, Serbie, Biélorussie, Svalbard et Jan Mayen, Moldavie, Albanie, Bosnie-Herzégovine, Sahara occidental, République centrafricaine, Sainte-Hélène, Tanzanie, Ouganda, Djibouti, Sierra Leone, Lesotho, Ghana, Mozambique, République du Congo , République démocratique du Congo, Rwanda, Tchad, Libéria, Guinée, Libye, Mayotte, Seychelles, Éthiopie, Malawi, Sénégal, Comores, Tunisie, Botswana, Guinée équatoriale, Gabon, Nigéria, Mauritanie, Guinée-Bissau, Kenya, Swaziland, Algérie, Madagascar, Cap-Vert, Zimbabwe, Angola, Burundi, Maurice, Cameroun, Togo, Côte d’Ivoire, Érythrée, Mali, Gambie, Niger, Burkina Faso, Maroc, Somalie, Zambie, Bénin, Namibie, Îles Malouines, Suriname, Guyana, Argentine, Venezuela, Îles Vierges américaines, Îles Vierges britanniques, Porto Rico, Haïti, Antilles néerlandaises, Saint-Vincent-et-les-Grenadines, Anguilla, Groenland, Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, Micronésie, Wallis-et-Futuna, Kiribati, Samoa occidentales, Vanuatu, Samoa américaines, Nauru, Nouvelle-Calédonie, Niue, Îles Salomon, Îles Cook, Tuvalu, Polynésie française, Guam, Fidji, Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée, Îles Marshall, Tonga, Palau, Turquie, Yémen, Irak, Liban

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    Bonjour à tous,

    En raison des intempéries, la réunion de demain (19 juin 2016) est annulée.

    Elle sera reportée à une date ultérieure.

    Nous vous souhaitons un bon week-end.

    Samedi 18 Juin 2016

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    La Horse — Wikipédia

    Un article de Wikipédia, l’encyclopédie libre.

    La Horse est un réalisé par en et sorti en salles en février .

    En argot, le terme « horse » désigne l’.

    Auguste Maroilleur (), riche fermier normand, dirige de main de fer sa famille et son exploitation. Bien-Phu (), ainsi surnommé du fait d’être un vétéran de la , est un employé de la ferme d’Auguste Maroilleur. Dans les terrains de chasse d’Auguste, Bien-Phu découvre qu’un est fréquenté par quelqu’un qui s’en sert pour y cacher de l’héroïne. Après une partie de chasse, à l’intérieur même du cabanon d’affût, Bien-Phu dévoile cette information à Auguste, son patron, en lui montrant où l’héroïne est cachée. Ainsi, Auguste Maroilleur comprend que son petit-fils Henri (), barman au sur un bateau, appartient à un réseau de trafiquants de drogue. Plus tard, dans la ferme, et devant le regard impuissant d’Henri, Auguste détruit l’héroïne sans hésitation. Le gang réagit immédiatement en détruisant un hangar, en tuant du bétail et en violant sa petite fille. Auguste n’est pas homme à plier face aux intimidations; il fait tout pour faire comprendre à sa famille qu’elle doit garder son calme, ne pas céder aux pressions, ni aux menaces de représailles, et renoncer à faire appel aux gendarmes. La guerre engagée coûte la vie à cinq truands et cette fois la police intervient. Auguste continue de faire front et il tient tête aux interrogatoires et à son petit-fils qu’il a mis à l’écart. Le gang est finalement anéanti et l’affaire est classée par la police. Henri travaillera à la ferme et l’équilibre du clan sera préservé.

    • Réalisation :
    • Scénario, adaptation et dialogues : et Pierre Granier-Deferre, d’après le roman de (Éditions Gallimard, série noire)
    • Assistants réalisateurs : ,
    • Images :
    • Opérateur : et pour la  :
    • Assistants opérateur: ,
    • Son : , assisté de Vartan Karakeusian
    • Perchman :
    • Bruitage : Daniel Couteau
    • Décors :  ; assisté de Marc Frédérix
    • Montage : , assisté de Michèle Robert
    • Musique : et
    • Direction musicale : (Éditions Hortensia)
    • Script-girl :
    • Costumes : Jo Ranzatto
    • Habilleuses : ,
    • Maquillage : René Dandin,
    • Ensemblier :
    • Photographe de plateau :
    • Régisseur général : Marc Goldstaub
    • Régisseur extérieur : Jean Nossereau
    • Régisseur adjoint : Roger Pera
    • Effets spéciaux : François Suné, et François Nadal
    • Chargé de presse : Paulette Andrieux
    • Tournage dans les studios , ainsi que dans différents lieux dans le  : dans le haras de Gruchy à , à , dans l’, , à .
    • Pellicule 35 mm, couleur par procédé Eastmancolor
    • Enregistrement Westrex 1135, société S.N.E.C – auditorium Paris Studio Cinema de Billancourt – Caméra de location Chevereau
    • Tirage : Laboratoire Franay L.T.C Saint-Cloud
    • Générique : C.T.R
    • Distribution : S.N.C
    • Production : France, (SNC), Production Artistique et Cinématographique,  ; Italie, Romana Films ; Allemagne, Roxy film
    • Producteur : , , ,
    • Directeur de production : Cyril Grise)
    • Producteur délégué :
    • Administrateur de production : Odette Hainsseli
    • Première présentation le 22 février
    • Durée : 77 minutes
    • Genre : Drame policier
    •  : Auguste Maroilleur, propriétaire terrien
    •  : Bien-Phu, un neveu d’Auguste Maroilleur
    •  : Henri, petit-fils d’Auguste
    •  : Mathilde, une fille d’Auguste
    •  : Léon, le gendre d’Auguste, mari de Mathilde
    •  : Louise, la seconde fille d’Auguste
    •  : Maurice, le second gendre d’Auguste, mari de Louise
    •  : Véronique, la fille de Louise et Maurice
    •  : le commissaire
    •  : le commissaire adjoint
    •  : le juge d’instruction
    •  : Marc Grutti, l’émissaire des truands
    •  : Francis Grutti, un truand
    •  : Louis, un truand
    •  : Tony, un truand
    •  : le brigadier
    •  : Hans
    •  : l’amie de Hans
    •  : le chef de chantier
    •  : un voisin
    •  : un témoin lors de l’accident de la voiture
    •  : Roger
    •  : un inspecteur
    •  : Mario
    •  : le gros
    •  : la secrétaire
      Cette section peut contenir un ou des déclarations  (juin 2017). Vous pouvez aider en ajoutant des références ou en supprimant le contenu inédit.

    La Horse est une sorte de transposition précise de certaines péripéties de croisée avec l’ambiance du de en 1943 mais gommant les aspects sordides du premier et la sourde et continuelle angoisse du second. Subtil et malin, ce film plus complexe qu’il n’y paraît fut vomi par la critique… et adoré du public !
    L’interrogatoire du grand-père et du petit-fils par le juge d’instruction () est à lui seul un régal. La musique signée de deux très grands noms (dont ) est aussi un élément essentiel, particulièrement réussi, de l’ambiance de ce film.

    • Un du film a été tourné en , comme téléfilm pour . C’est qui y reprend le rôle de , mais sous le nom de (titre du téléfilm).
    • Un autre remake, américain, et avec dans le rôle principal, est en projet.

    Vidéographie[ | ]

    La Horse, M6 vidéo (SND, 2006). DVD + livret

    Liens externes[ | ]

    hors – traduction – Dictionnaire Français-Anglais…

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    Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx has been subpoenaed to appear in court by a retired appellate judge who is seeking a special prosecutor to investigate the « irregularities » associated with Foxx’s handling of the Jussie Smollett case.The retired judge, Sheila O’Brien, filed a series of subpoenas Friday demanding that Foxx, Foxx’s top deputy Joseph Magats, and Smollett himself appear in court bearing the original documents produced in connection with the hoax Smollett allegedly staged, the Chicago Sun Times reported.Foxx dropped all charges against Smollett in late March, weeks after the police produced substantial evidence to suggest he’d staged a hate crime against himself to advance his career. In her petition requesting the appointment of a special prosecutor, O’Brien said Foxx’s handling of the case was “plagued with irregularities.”“Foxx’s conflict in this matter is beyond dispute,” O’Brien wrote, adding that Foxx should have sought appointment of a special prosecutor rather than informally recusing herself. “Instead, Foxx misled the public into believing that Smollett’s case was handled like any other prosecution and without influence,” she said.After announcing to the public that she had recused herself from the case based on some unspecified conflict of interest, Foxx intervened in the investigation on behalf of one of Smollett’s relatives. The relative reached out to Foxx through Tina Tchen, Michelle Obama’s former chief of staff, to ask that the case be transferred to the FBI to prevent leaks to the media. Foxx attempted to comply with that request but was rebuffed by Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson, according to text messages obtained by the Sun Times.Foxx also continued to manage the case by cautioning Magats against aggressively prosecuting Smollett.“Sooo……I’m recused, but when people accuse us of overcharging cases…16 counts on a class 4 becomes exhibit A,” Foxx wrote to Magats in a text message sent in early March and obtained by the Chicago Tribune.“Pedophile with 4 victims 10 counts. Washed up celeb who lied to cops, 16. On a case eligible for deferred prosecution I think it’s indicative of something we should be looking at generally. Just because we can charge something doesn’t mean we should,” she added, referring to the case of disgraced pop singer R. Kelly.Cook County judge Marc Martin chastised Foxx in court last week for choosing to prosecute a suburban woman for filing a false police report after declining to prosecute Smollett for the same crime.“Well, Ms. Clark is not a movie star, she doesn’t have a high-price lawyer, although, her lawyer’s very good. And this smells, big time. I didn’t create this mess, your office created this mess. And your explanation is unsatisfactory to this court. She’s being treated differently,” Martin said to Foxx during the court proceeding, according to a transcript obtained by a local Fox affiliate.

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    #7700: This pattern includes five sizes of fly masks, with and without ears. The size range should fit from a foal up to a warmblood. The masks have fleece edging and are fastened with hook-and-loop tape.

    Sizes XS-XL


    #7570: This pattern includes nine standard hood sizes to fit from a small miniature horse up to a warmblood. Hoods can be made from single or double layers of material or made using insulation (triple layer). The extra small sizes each have a wide surcingle at the throat and hook-and-loop tape closures. The four larger sizes each have one wide strap at the throat and five straps. These straps can be fastened with either surcingle buckles or snap hooks. Guidelines are also given for using hook-and-loop tape closures on the larger sizes. The hood attaches to a blanket or sheet with elastic straps. The pattern also includes five stretch hood sizes. The stretch hood is made from spandex (Lycra TM) blend fabrics. It has a fitted face, a zipper, and an elastic girth strap with hook-and-loop tape.


    #7606: Bundle up your little one in a sheet or blanket. Instructions are given for single-layered, double-layered, and insulated blankets. This pattern is semi-contoured with hip darts and has one or two front closures, a single surcingle, and leg straps. Also included is a pattern for an insulated, adjustable size foal blanket, with hoop-and-loop tape front closure. And your dog won’t be left out with a two-layer blanket with bias surcingles and closed front.

    Equine Sizes 24-60 and Dog Sizes XS-XXL


    #7840: Keep your show baby sleek and clean with one of these stretch covers. The full head and body cover has a zipper underneath the neck, bellyband with hook-and-loop tape closure, and leg straps. The stretch sheet has a closed front, fleece neck opening, bellyband, and leg straps.

    Sizes XS-XL.



    #9460: This costume pattern consists of a saddle blanket and breeching (rump straps), a chest piece, and rein covers. Three different trim options are given: a plain edge, a narrow scallop edge, and a wide scallop edge. The saddle blanket goes over the saddle pad and under the saddle, with the breeching attached to the rear edge. The chest piece ties to the D-rings on the saddle. The rein covers slip over the reins. The costume is not meant to be used for vigorous or heavy-duty riding, such as jousting, nor is it necessarily historically accurate or authentic. The pattern can be a starting point for such uses, but the modifications then required are the responsibility of the costume maker.

    The saddle blanket/breeching fits horses with topline measurements up to 60″. Adjustments might have to be made for smaller horses. The chest piece comes in one size only and will also need to be reduced in size for smaller horses and ponies.



    Need human patterns for a complete costume? McCall’s has a nice selection of medieval and Renaissance patterns:



    #9130: This costume pattern consists of a rump cover (similar to a quarter sheet), a chest piece, and rein covers. Three different trim options are given: a plain edge, an irregular angled edge, and a boxed edge. The rump cover goes over the saddle pad and under the saddle. The chest piece ties to the D-rings on the saddle. The rein covers slip over the reins. The costume is not meant to be used for vigorous or heavy-duty riding, such as jousting, nor is it necessarily historically accurate or authentic. The pattern can be a starting point for such uses, but the modifications then required are the responsibility of the costume maker.

    Templates for thirteen different heraldic symbols are included: crown, medieval cross, castle, shield, dragon, leaf, crescent moon, cinqfoil, bee, bird, fleur de lis, axe, and arrow. These can be used as appliques or the designs can be applied using fabric paint.

    The rump cover will fit horses with blanket sizes of roughly 60 to 84. The chest piece comes in one size only and will need to be reduced in size for smaller horses and ponies.

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    Le cheval islandais – Site officiel de l'IslandaisCheval

    The horses of Iceland are the original Viking horses and one of the purest horse breeds in the world. The breed has been isolated on the rugged island in the North-Atlantic since the settlement, or over 1000 years ago, without any genetic input from other breeds.

    The Horses of Iceland official video! It is with great pleasure and excitement that we announce the Horses of Iceland official video. It has been months in the making and we are thrilled to share it with the world! The video showcases the Icelandic horse and its incredible qualities – unique, genuine and pure. The horse is the embodiment of the Icelandic spirit and has for centuries played an important role for the entire nation. Today, this is as true as ever, as it opens up a world of adventure and companionship, forging friendship that will last for a lifetime. Enjoy and welcome to the world of Horses of Iceland! #horsesoficeland #Iceland #Icelandichorse

    Posted by on Tuesday, November 21, 2017

    As the first settlers came to Iceland they could only bring a limited number of livestock with them, and most probably chose their very best animals. Thus, the Icelandic horse has its origin in a herd of preselected, high quality individuals who had to survive the rough trip on a Viking longship across the Atlantic, before taking on their role as “the most indispensable servant” for the first Icelanders in this vast, wild, and entirely unknown country.

    Due to the geographical isolation of Iceland, very few horse diseases occur here, and no vaccinations are needed. However, this also means that no horse can enter the country at all. Once a horse leaves Iceland it can never return. Anybody travelling to Iceland is also kindly requested not to bring any used leather equipment such as gloves, chaps or riding boots, and to disinfect all gear (particularly helmets).

    The Icelandic horse is an extremely versatile breed. These strong, intelligent and smooth horses are successful in endurance racing and very well suitable for therapeutic riding.

    Some are excellent jumpers and many are trained to quite a high level in dressage. Carriage pulling, polo and barrel racing are also activities where the horses of Iceland do well. Today, the most common use for the Icelandic horse is as a general riding horse. A horse that the whole family can enjoy as a trustworthy and loved companion, but also out on long or short rides through the woods of Germany, along the beaches of Denmark or mountains of Iceland.

    Icelandic horses can be found all over the world. Over 250,000 Icelandic horses are registered around the world, thereof approximately 40% in Iceland. They have amazing adaptation skills and do well in the ice-cold climates of Greenland and Alaska, but also down under in Australia and New Zealand. They can even be found in Hawaii.

    It can surely be said that the horses of Iceland are the best ambassadors for the little island in the north. They represent the country and culture well and encourage their human friends to visit Iceland at least once, if not regularly.

    Horse trailer – Wikipedia

    A bumper-pull horse trailer
    A state-of-the-art semi-trailer used to haul horses. Large trailers are attached with a .

    A horse trailer or horse van (also called a horse float in and or horsebox in the ) is used to transport . There are many different designs, ranging in size from small units capable of holding two or three horses, able to be pulled by a or even a ; to designs that carry six to eight horses, usually pulled by 1-ton dually-style pickups. There are also large that can haul a significant number of animals. In the UK, a horsebox may also refer to a motorised vehicle adapted to carry horses (generally known as a horse van in North America or ), or a railway vehicle specifically designed to carry horses.

    The least expensive type of trailer is the stock trailer, a trailer designed for cattle that is enclosed on the bottom, but has slits at roughly the eye level of the animals to allow ventilation. Trailers designed specifically for horses are more elaborate. Because horses are usually hauled for the purpose of competition or work, where they must arrive in peak physical condition, horse trailers are designed for the comfort and safety of the animals. They usually have adjustable vents and windows as well as suspension designed to provide a smooth ride and less stress on the animals.

    A « gooseneck » style horse trailer that also has living quarters in the front for people to use. It is attached to the bed of a with a trailer ball coupling.
    A European-style horse box, light enough to be pulled by a smaller vehicle

    History[]

    The first horse trailers were said to be horse-drawn created by city fire departments to take their wounded but savable horses from the scenes of accidents (which were common) back to the veterinarian at the firehouse.[]

    Highly valued race horses were originally transported by specially outfitted railroad cars, but this transport was difficult to use due to issues of scheduling and delays. In December 1918, Monthly reported on a new concept for transporting race horses in specially modified « Motor-Trucks » that eliminated these transport delays.

    In World War 1, horses were used with in France, and many were injured in the course of the war. If these animals could be transported back to animal hospitals, many could be saved. For this purpose, a special horse ambulance vehicle was developed which could be rotated so that horses could walk forward both onto and off of the ambulance truck.

    As horse-drawn transportation gave way to faster, mechanized transportation, there remained a need to transport horses themselves for work, sport, and other purposes. Thus, many types of trucks, vans, and trailers were developed or modified to transport horses on modern highways.

    Designs[]

    Horsebox built by Ketterer Horse Trucks (Germany) on a Mercedes Benz chassis

    Horseboxes (motorised) can vary in size, depending on the number and size of horses to be carried. In Europe, horseboxes are developed from vehicles ranging from 3.5 tonne gross vehicle weight, through to legal maximums of over 40 tonnes.

    A 3.5-tonne horsebox pulling a horse trailer in Sweden

    Some horse trailers are designed to contain human living accommodation, as competitions may involve staying at a venue for one or more nights.

    Layout and features[]

    Access[]

    In Europe, most motorised horseboxes will feature a single main ramp on the rear or to the side, though those with rear ramps may have a second smaller side ramp. Within the European Union, regulations dictate that a horsebox ramp (used for commercial transportation of horses) should be no steeper than 20°. It is also a requirement that the driver or other attendant be able to access the horse area without using the ramp. This is often achieved through fitting a small hatch or doorway (called a groom’s door in the UK).

    Many smaller horse trailers, particularly towing and gooseneck models that hold two to four horses, do not feature ramps, either by having a low height floor or a demountable structure.

    Horse stall dimensions and orientation[]

    Horses can be transported facing the direction of travel (forward-facing), facing the opposite way of travel (rear-facing) or on the diagonal (herringbone). It is also said that horses need sufficient room to take one step in either direction, so as to better support their weight when the vehicle is in motion.

    Many American horse trailers have stalls which are slanted at about a 45 degree angle to the line of travel, this design is thought to be more natural to horses, as many times horses travel slightly canted to the line of travel when hauled in a stock trailer without dividers. It also has the benefit of being able to haul more horses in a shorter unit.

    Some scientific research has been done to establish in which position the horse is most comfortable. The bulk of research suggests that horse have reduced stress and fatigue when travelling backwards. Travelling forwards also has reduced stress compared with travelling sideways

    Sufficient headroom for horses must be provided, at least 75 cm (29.5 in) above the height of .

    Railway horse boxes[]

    Horses were carried on the railways of the United Kingdom until 1972, using known as horse boxes. These were often used to carry between the parts of the country where the breeders and trainers were based, and the racecourses. Some railway-owned horse boxes were hired on a semi-permanent basis to racehorse trainers (such as ) or owners (such as ). They were conveyed either in small numbers attached to ordinary passenger trains, or special trains consisting of several horse boxes coupled together.

    A typical horse box of the late 1950s had a body length of 27 feet 6 inches (8.38 m) and a width of 8 feet 6 inches (2.59 m). In that space there was a section for three horses standing abreast, with padded dividers to prevent the horses from falling sideways; to the rear of the horses was a compartment for the storage of bales; in front of the horses was a compartment with windows and seating.; hatches in the partition between the horse compartment and the grooms’ compartment allowed the grooms to feed and watch over the horses. Beyond the grooms’ compartment, a passageway along one side led to a toilet, and also to a compartment at the end of the vehicle. Each compartment, except the toilet, had external doors; the lower part of each horse compartment door was hinged horizontally, to form an access ramp. There were six windows: four in the grooms’ compartment (two of these being droplights in the doors), one in the passageway and a window in the toilet.

    See also[]

    References[]

    1. A Novel Use for Motor-Trucks: Transporting Race-Horses, monthly, December 1918, page 31, Scanned by Google Books:
    2. Special Apparatus for Saving the War-Horse, monthly, December 1918, page 57, Scanned by Google Books:
    3. . Retrieved 28 February 2013.
    4. Preece, Rob (1 August 2012). . Daily Mail. Retrieved 28 February 2013.
    5. . Empire Coachbuilders. Retrieved 1 August 2013.
    6. (PDF). DEFRA.
    7. (PDF). DEFRA.
    8. White, Charlotte (22 October 2011). . Horse and Hound. Archived from on 15 December 2012. Retrieved 28 February 2013.
    9. Padalino, B; Maggiolino A.; Boccaccio M.; Tateo A. (2012). « Effects of different positions during transport on physiological and behavioral changes of horses ». Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research. 7 (3): 135–141. :.
    10. Whiting, T L; Sauder, R A (2000). « Headroom requirements for horses in transit ». Can Vet J. 41 (2): 132–133.
    11. (1988). British Railway Carriages of the 20th Century – Volume 1: The end of an era, 1901-22. London: Guild Publishing. p. 237. CN 8130.
    12. (1990). British Railway Carriages of the 20th Century – Volume 2: The years of consolidation, 1923-53. Wellingborough: Patrick Stephens Ltd. p. 260.  .
    13. Tatlow, Peter (2000). (ed.). Historic Carriage Drawings – Volume Three: Non-Passenger Coaching Stock. York: Pendragon. p. 81.  .
    14. Parkin, Keith (1991). British Railways Mark 1 Coaches. Penryn: Pendragon. pp. 199, 209.  .

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    Avis et Note de Pauline du 29/01/2014

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    il est cool le jeu



    Avis et Note de Madolyn du 27/03/2013

    J’adore !!! En plus quand on coupe on peut continuer des choses et pas tout recommencer !



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    Avis et Note de Mariane du 22/03/2013

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    Avis et Note de Clara du 07/03/2013

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    Avis et Note de Cynthia du 21/02/2013

    ce jeu est super mais mon cheval il ne veut pas sauter



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    j’ai fini le jeu



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    j’aime ce jeu mais mon cheval dérive aussi à gauche



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    ce jeu est bien mais je ne sais pas pourquoi mon cheval n’arrete pas de dériver sur la droite !



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    Animals for Kids: Horse

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    Horses are four legged animals that have had a long relationship with humans. They were once a major form of transportation for humans. They also performed many jobs for humans over the years. The scientific name for horse is Equus ferus caballus.

    Breeds of Horses

    There are over 300 different breeds of horses. Horse breeds come in a number of different sizes, colors, and skill sets. There are three main types of horse breeds: Hot bloods are fast horses bred for speed and racing. Cold bloods are generally bred for strength and heavy work. Warm bloods are a combination of the other two types and are often used for riding competitions.

    What are all the different names for horses?

    Depending on whether horses are male or female and how old they are, they have different names:

    • Foal – a baby horse less than a year old.
    • Yearling – a young horse between the ages of one and two.
    • Colt – a male horse less than four years old.
    • Filly – a female horse less than four years old.
    • Stallion – a male horse older than four years old that is not a gelding.
    • Gelding – A castrated male horse.
    • Mare – a female horse older than four.

    Horse Colors

    Horses with different coat colors have different names. Here are some of the main colors:

    • Bay – light reddish-brown to dark brown with a black mane, tail, and lower legs.
    • Chestnut – reddish color with no black.
    • Grey – black skin, but a mixed coat of white and black hairs.
    • Black – entirely black.
    • Sorrel – a type of chestnut with a very reddish coat.
    • Dun – yellowish or tan coat.
    • Palomino – a light golden color.
    • Pinto – a multicolored horse with patches of red, brown, white, and/or black.

    What do horses eat?

    Horses are grazing animals and mostly eat hay and grasses. They also like legumes like peas and beans, fruit such as apples, and even carrots. Sometimes they are fed grains such as corn or oats.

    What is a Pony?

    A pony is just a small horse. There are certain breeds of horses that are small and these are generally called ponies.

    Are there wild horses?

    The only truly wild horses that are not extinct are the Przewalski’s Horses which live in China and Mongolia. They are nearly extinct and are classified as critically endangered. There are also horses that live in the wild that came from domesticated horses. These are called feral horses.

    Fun Facts about Horses

    • Horses have excellent senses including good hearing, eyesight, and a tremendous sense of balance.
    • There are four basic gaits that indicate the speed a horse is moving. From slowest to fastest they are: walk, trot, canter, and gallop.
    • Horses can sleep standing up or lying down.
    • Humans first domesticated horses around 4000 BC.
    • Horse riding is often used as a form of therapy for people with disabilities.
    • Horses played an important role in warfare throughout human history. They are still often used by police forces.
    • A horse’s hoof is always growing and needs to be clipped. Farriers are people that specialize in taking care of horses’ hooves and putting on horse shoes.

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    Au revoir les chevaux – Wikipedia

    « Goodbye Horses » is a 1988 song sung by . It was written and produced by William Garvey. Three versions of the song exist, which last 3:12, 4:20, and 6:28 (the extended version).

    According to its writer, « the song is about transcendence over those who see the world as only earthly and finite. The horses represent the five senses discussed in the and the ability to lift one’s perception above these physical limitations and to see beyond this limited Earthly perspective. » The song was featured in the film .

    Cover versions[]

    In 1996, ‘s of « Goodbye Horses » was released as the to their single « You Ran Away ». This recording became popular enough that the band decided to make an extended version and include it on their album Strange Romance at the end of the same year. When the trailer for appeared promoting the movie, Psyche entered the Top Ten downloads on Electronic chart. The song is featured on two best of compilations, Misguided Angels (2000) and Legacy (2004), as well as a recent limited tour CD collection entitled Club Salvation, and remains a staple in the band’s live repertoire to this day.

    Over the last decade, the song has been covered by other performers including . In 2009, began performing a cover of the song in their live performances. covered the song during Lowlands ’09. In October 2009, Brad Sucks released a cover of « Goodbye Horses » on his website. At their NYE 2010/2011 show, debuted a cover featuring Corinne on lead vocals. However, aside from the original, only Psyche’s interpretation has maintained its popularity.

    Electronic band and garage-revival band have also covered the song, and it is currently being performed at live shows by Liverpudlian band Lovecraft, recently signed to the label.

    In 2009, a compilation on entitled « Until The Shadows » contains Psyche’s re-recording entitled « Goodbye Horses (21st Century Version) » which corrects the previously misinterpreted verse « lying over you » to « flying over you ».

    In 2010, indie band Venus Infers released two different mixes of their version of the song on their album You’ll Understand When You’re Older. Also, Island Def Jam artists The Airborne Toxic Event released a live CD/DVD, entitled « All I’ve Ever Wanted », containing a performance of this song

    In 2011, , and of band , released a cover of « Goodbye Horses » on his EP . This cover of the song is 4 minutes and 12 seconds long. It was produced by Daniel Lindegren, with additional production by . A fan made video for the song was uploaded to on March 25, 2011, many months before the release of the EP. Kele posted the video on his blog.

    On March 5, 2012 Psyche released an updated extended mix of their 2009 re-recording of « Goodbye Horses » (previously released on the compilation Until the Shadows), now retitled « 21st Century Immortality Mix ». This version is featured on the A-side of « All Things Pass Into the Night » on the music label, and distributed by .
    There is also an official video for the « Immortality Mix » on YouTube.

    In 2013, frontman Hayden Thorpe and recorded a sparse piano-driven cover of the track which accompanied the re-release of Lazzarus’s original.

    In 2018 indie duo recorded a cover version of the song to celebrate the reemergence of Q Lazzarus earlier in the year.

    References[]

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    Horse flash games you can play at AnimalGames247.com

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    The four Categories of Horses

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    Coliques au Mini Cheval

    Colic is one of the main causes of death in horses, and miniature horses are especially vulnerable
    due to the small size of their intestines, allowing a blockage to form. This is a painful condition
    caused by a disruption of the horse’s digestive system. It can occur from such causes as, internal
    parasites, large- or small-colon impaction, or spoiled food.

    The term “colic” refers to abdominal pain in the horse.  It does not indicate the cause of the pain.  
    Colic can be due to gastrointestinal, urinary or reproductive problems.

    GI (gastrointestinal) issues are the most common cause of colic.  Furthermore, the 2 common
    causes of GI pain in the horse is either gas or impaction.

    The best preventative is to keep the miniature horse on a laxative diet, and grass is the most
    desirable food for this reason. Avoid coarse hay or forage.

    Intestinal parasites is one of the most common causes of colic in horses and can be prevented by
    regular worming. Keeping manure cleaned out of the pens and mowing pastures will reduce worm
    populations.

    The miniature horse can be dewormed every 8 weeks, or he can be given a daily dose of dewormer
    in his food. The safest products are pyrantel, bendamidazole, and ivermectin. Ivermectin should be
    administered after the first frost in the fall and again in the spring to combat bots.

    One of the causes can be enteroliths, which are stones that form around a foreign object
    swallowed by the horse. Wood, metal, plastic or glass can cause this if ingested by the miniature
    horse. Foals that chew their mother’s mane or tails also can develop this condition.

    Surgery is the only treatment if a miniature horse is diagnosed with colic caused by enteroliths.
    Prevention of enteroliths is through avoidance of bran and alfalfa hay which are high in minerals
    that cause these stones to form.

    Gas is also a common cause of colic in horses.  Most times, the cause of gas is not found but known
    reasons for gas in horses are: rapid change in diet- including sudden change to an either very rich or
    poor quality of hay, and parasitic infection.  With colic caused by gas, horses have brief, self
    limited symptoms such as: the horse looking at it’s side, pawing, pacing, shaking, stretching
    repeatedly, playing with their water but not seeming to drink much, and even appearing mildly
    bloated.  

    If gas is the cause, then these symptoms should improved by encouraging hydration and walking the
    horse for up to an hour. However, if after an hour this does not seem to relieve the symptoms or if
    the horse begins to lie down, roll,  appear depressed or stop eating, seek veterinary care
    immediately as this could signal a potentially life threatening cause, such as impaction.

    Impaction is a blockage in the intestine.  Causes of this can include coarse dry feed material that
    the horse has consumed without adequate water intake; poor chewing while eating due to dental
    problems; and even decreased GI motility from decreased physical activity or advanced age.  
    Worm or sand impaction can even be a cause of blockage.  So if your horse’s colic symptoms do not
    resolve in about an hour, or any warning symptoms occur, it is better to seek immediate veterinary
    attention.

    Coliques chez les chevaux | Nutrena

    Colic in Horses

    Ask most horse owners, and their number one fear for their horses is colic.  To reduce colic we must first understand all the contributing factors that have a role in causing colic. The shame of it is that there are many factors that cause colic and they are mostly due to man’s mismanagement of horses.

    Horses evolved in Asia and the Middle East in an arid environment. They were designed to be foragers as they are a hindgut herbivore. Due to their evolution in this environment, horses were forced to forage large areas (up to 20 miles per day) in order to get enough to eat. Horses have a small stomach only representing 7% of their digestive tract. Therefore they need to graze almost continuously. They selectively graze those plants that are the most nutritious. On occasion they would eat grass seeds but never in great quantity. As man domesticated the species, confinement was implemented and the horse’s whole way of life changed. Parasites also became a problem because of confinement to small areas. Horses are fed at man’s convenience which led to a change from a continuous forager to a meal eater, whereby the majority of the dietary energy is derived from grains. Most of the time, colic is due to feeding mismanagement resulting from a poor understanding of the horse’s digestive tract.

    An increased risk of colic is associated with certain factors:

    Texas A&M University Animal Science Department in conjunction with the Texas A&M Veterinary College did a very meaningful research project that illustrated the risk factors that were associated with colic (Cohen, Gibbs, Woods. JAVMA, 1997).

    • Relationship to farm size showed an increase in colic as farm size decreased.
    • Being stalled more than 50% of the time and a recent change in housing was associated with an increased risk of colic.
    • Horses that were outside drinking had less risk than horses that were stalled watering from a bucket.
    • Primary use of the horse (breeding, racing etc.) was not associated with colic, however a change in activity was.
    • There was no relationship of feeding a vitamin, mineral, protein or fat supplement with colic.

    A change in the type of hay may cause colic for many reasons. Hay of poor quality is often less digestible, predisposing to impaction. Changing types of hay as in alfalfa and bermuda, may be related to colonic pH changes resulting from calcium differences in the two hays. In another study, a change to lush pasture was associated with colic. The association of colic with a change in hay may have been skewed as Texas had a severe drought that year which may have caused a change to poorer hay quality any time a change was enacted.

    An increased incidence of colic was associated with changes in activity levels. These levels were also associated with changes in housing and this may have had an additive effect.
    The observation of horses that received anthelmintics on a regular basis shows that there is a decreased risk of colic due to the benefits of a preventive deworming program. There may be an increased risk of larval cyathostomiasis (small strongyles) where deworming occurred within the previous 2 weeks prior to examination. Deworming kills the adult small strongyles and causes an increase in larval activity following this event.

    Colic Risk Factors:

    • Recent change in diet
    • Recent change in type of hay
    • History of previous episodes of colic
    • Horses stabled as opposed to pasture
    • Recent change in housing
    • Failure to deworm regularly
    • History of recent deworming


    Colic Prevention Program

    1. Practice Good Parasite Control: A series of fecal exams to detect the presence of worms would give a baseline assessment of the parasite level in the herd. Based on these results, a deworming schedule should be set up accordingly. Choose an anthelmintic that is broad in spectrum and safe for the class of horses and the level of infection present. Being overly aggressive in the choice of “purge deworming” products can have disastrous results, and consulting with your veterinarian about his/her recommendations about the types of products available is wise.
    2. Regular Dental Care: A horse’s teeth grow 1/8 inch per year and need to be floated annually. Grinding of grain contributes to reduced particle size and allows for salivation, with amylase aiding in the digestive process. Hay needs to be chewed thoroughly in order to aid the prevention of impaction. Horses with dental pain often shortcut chewing and therefore miss many of the benefits of their ration, because of this there is an increase in the incidence of choking that occurs in horses with dental pain.
    3. Grain or Concentrate: Feed a grain or concentrate that minimizes starch content (low nonstructural carbohydrate –a starch measurement in feed) and includes other energy sources such as fat and digestible fiber.

      1. Always feed grains/concentrates at least twice a day and never feed more than 0.5% of body weight at any one feeding.
      2. Processed feeds (pelleting, steam flaked etc.) increase starch gelatinization, thereby increasing pre-cecal digestion. The increase in pre-cecal digestion reduces the risk of starch spilling into the cecum and colon, therefore lowering the risk of colic.
      3. Starch that is not digested pre-cecally enters the cecum where it can cause gas production, lactic acidosis, loss of the bacterial flora, endotoxin production, colic and laminitis.
      4. Other factors that contribute to colic are: the source of starch, the amount of grain processing, the amount of feed being fed, the type/level of fiber in the diet, the timing of the feeding and the individual needs of the horse. These facts emphasize the importance of proper feed management.
    4. Timing of Feeding: Again remember that horses are continuous eaters so meals should be evenly spaced and if a meal is late, never feed more to make up for it. It is better to feed a little more hay and even reduce the amount of concentrate for that meal. Go back to normal feeding the next time.
    5. Hay/pasture: Horses experience colic less while on pasture. It allows them to graze continually and also provides exercise. Pastures are the best way to feed a horse; it also reduces feed and labor costs.

      1. Keep in mind that horses grazing on pasture can be problematic because of the variations in the weather throughout the year. For this reason hay should also be available when grass gets short.
      2. Practice some form of a pasture rotation system, mowing pastures frequently is a good way to keep it vegetative. The nutrient content is higher and the digestibility is increased when the pasture is immature.
      3. Lush high moisture pasture can cause colic, particularly when horses are first turned in. For this reason a slow introduction and a gradual increase in the time that they are allowed on pasture is critical.
      4. It is also a good idea to feed hay to the horses before they are allowed on pasture.
      5. As a general rule, hay should always be fed at a minimum of 1% of body weight when horses are kept in confinement.
    6. Individual Feeding: Feeding horses individually in stalls, pens or by tying the horse up is an ideal situation. This way they can be fed according to body weight and condition without fear of competition. Competition can cause a horse to bolt its feed (rapid ingestion and swallowing), allowing a dominant horse to overeat. Competition also increases the risk of injury.
    7. Dietary Changes: Remember that we are feeding the “bugs” rather than the horse. In the colon and cecum, millions of bacteria and protozoa reside where they digest fiber for the benefit of the horse. It takes time for this microbial flora to adapt to a dietary change. Gradually increase the new feed mixed in with the old feed over a 7-10 day period.
    8. Water: Fresh clean water is imperative. Decreased water consumption will contribute to impaction in the colon and cecum. Water consumption is based on palatability, temperature and availability. High solids, high mineral content and contamination are reasons that can lower intake. Many times at the start of winter, water intake drops because horses are not used to cold water. Impaction colics start about the second day after water intake decreases. In addition to this problem, horses will also lower their water consumption in the face of poor water quality which may be caused by some forms of algae that are toxic.
    9. Moldy Feed/Hay/Toxic Plants: Moldy feedstuffs should be avoided. Horses will not eat moldy hay if they have a choice. Sometimes baled hay will include toxic weeds and plants; therefore you should feed hay that is weed free. Careful inspection of feed and hay is a must.
    10. Foreign Material, Sand, Wood, Bedding etc: Indigestible materials will create problems if ingestion is significant. Sand is a problem when horses spill feed and attempt to eat it off the ground. Sand accumulates in the intestinal tract and will cause colic. This is another reason to tie horses while they are eating and then turning them out to pasture when they are done. Many times a deficiency of roughage will cause horses to eat wood or bedding. Likewise a salt or mineral deficiency will also cause horses to lick and chew on fences, trees etc.
    11. Blister Beetles: These are found in fields of alfalfa and are extremely toxic to horses causing a severe colic. Alfalfa that is beetle free is a must and responsible alfalfa dealers and growers should supply your roughages. Alfalfa that is from a 1st or 2nd cutting is the safest.
    12. Exercise: Feeding should be at least 2 hours prior to or after exercise. Grain feeding should be withheld 8 hours prior to strenuous exercise; hay should be given in small portions in multiple feedings the day of the event. Water should be available free choice.
    13. Weigh Horses and Feed: Horses should be weighed preferably by scale. If a scale is not available, then a weight tape can be used. Feed according to feed manufacturer’s recommendations using a horse’s weight and body condition. Feed by weight and not by volume. The weight of different feeds varies widely according to the density of the feed. A coffee can or scoop is fine but you should know the weight of a volume measurement.
    14. Fast Eaters: Horses that tend to bolt their feed (large bites with minimal chewing) should be fed in large bottom troughs where the feed can spread out. Some people have used smooth stones that can be placed in the trough to slow them down even more. New feeders are on the market with large dimples in the bottom which has the same effect of slowing consumption. It also looks like it will reduce waste because there is less opportunity to take large mouthfuls, which contributes to spilling.
    15. Happy Horses: Minimize stress. Keep horses in small groups; keep the groups the same. Horses are gregarious (they like each other’s company). Once a pecking order is established, anxiety is created by moving them around. Anxiety can cause colic; this is what happens due to a change of housing. Some horses pair up and if they have to be separated, use sedation to minimize anxiety.

    After reading all of this one may wonder how horses have survived. Actually, however, if horses can be kept as much as possible in a natural state in a pasture environment and if one can keep in mind all of the above considerations, colic will be an infrequent occurrence.

    Coliques chez les chevaux – Astuces de chevaux


    Published on Jul 26, 2012/http://www.equinevetireland.com Equine/vet Warren schofield discusses Colic in Horses and helps owners understand this complicated problem.

    New Study out of Finland:

    New Study: « …Real-time access to a horse’s digestive system, provided by SIU’s cannulated horses, will help Venable and graduate student researchers identify the profile of bacteria present and how that changes with diet, stress and travel. Ultimately, that could contribute to a better understanding about what a horse really needs to prevent, treat, and recover from a colic episode…. »

    Recent Colic of one of our horses:

    Recently one of our horses coliced. We had our first freeze the night before. The horses had been out on the grass for only 2 hours. We are careful to monitor their turnout. In fact, they are on the grass regularly, and usually for a longer interval of time (3 1/2 – 4 hours). Mindful of the increase in sugar after a hard freeze their time was reduced. In spite of that, my horse, who has never coliced, did. We gave him 8cc of Banamine at 7:15 AM and walked him. He did have a bowel movement that was normal while we walked him. He also did not go down, roll, kick at his flanks, bite at his flanks, etc. after the Banamine kicked in. (that took about 15 minutes with an intermusculine injection). We called the vet at 9:00 AM, when they open for regular hours and asked that a vet be sent to do a thorough check. The following is what was determined and what was done beyond our Banamine injection:

    Patient History Note:

    QAR (Quiet, alert, responsive) as opposed to BAR (bright, alert, responsive), temperature 99.2, Pulse 36, heart auscults wnl (Within Normal Limits), lungs are mildly harsh bilaterally, RR (Respiratory Rate) 20, GI (gastrointestinal) is slightly hypermotile all 4 quadrants. Administered 66 cc Buscopan IV. Rectal: Soft formed manure in rectum and small colon, no gross abnormalities palpable. Did not pass NGT (Nasal gastric tube). Did not sedate.

    **Monitor closely. Keep track of manure output, water intake, appetitie, attitude. Call if any further signs of colic, any fever, cough, nasal discharge or any other concerns.

    **Limit grass today, and gradually reintroduce grass over the weekend.

    A Patchy was fine and showed no further symptoms. We kept him on hay only for several days and turned him out in the sacrifice area so that he could move about freely. Kate and I feel that if the horse is able to move about freely it jumpstarts circulation, gut, etc. It seems that this colic was only a gas bubble. Good thing! One question that I did ask Dr. French was now that A Patchy has coliced is he prone to it? You often hear that in the horse world. The answer was that in this case of gas colic–NO. However, if there is a structural colic, yes. Below you will see that there are 6 different types of colic that I have covered in this article.

    Note Study:

    by Horse Health and my research

    What Is Colic?

    Colic is not a disease, it is the name given to a symptom – abdominal pain. Colic, or abdominal pain, is a common ailment in horses. More than 70 causes can trigger colic, including gas distention, food impactions, intestinal tract spasms, and intestinal displacement or twists. One of the more exotic forms is colic caused by , or stone like formations that form in a horse’s digestive tract.

    There are a number of different types of colic:

    Gas (or flatulent) Colic is the more common type. It occurs when there is a collection of gas in the bowel. It causes pain as it moves through the gut by distending the bowel abnormally. It is considered the least serious type of colic, although the violent reactions of the horse may not give that impression.

    Obstructive Colic is when a mass of food accumulates in the bowel and prohibits passage through the intestines. This can happen if a horse bolts his food too quickly or is given inadequate water to drink.

    Sand Colic is prevalent in sandy areas. It is caused by the accumulation of sand in the gut. Horse owners in such areas should take precautions to help avoid sand colic.

    Twisted Gut is where a portion of the intestine becomes twisted. It is extremely serious. Small Intestinal Strangulation Obstruction, Colonic Displacement, or Colonic Torsion are the proper medical terms for this condition.

    Enteritis/colitis is another instance of abdominal pain is caused by inflammation of the small (enteritis) or large (colitis) intestines. These are serious medical cases and require immediate veterinary attention.

    Gastric distension/rupture is another possible problem. If your horse gorges himself on grain or, even more seriously, a substance which expands when dampened like dried beet pulp, the contents of the stomach can swell. The horse’s small stomach and its inability to vomit can cause the stomach to burst. Once this has happened death is inevitable. If you suspect that your horse may have gorged itself on concentrate feeds, seek veterinary advice immediately.

    A picture of the horse’s gastro intestinal system will help in the understanding of why the horse colics. It is a complicated business. Often it is impossible to determine the reason for the pain and colic. Symptomatic treatment, close monitoring and attention to any adverse developments usually lead to resolution of the problem.

    Causes of Colic

    There are a variety of things that can cause colic in horses, among them:

    Parasites

    Both bloodworms and roundworms can cause colic – bloodworms (strongyles) by damaging the blood vessels supplying the bowel. Roundworms can reach such a high concentration that they block the intestine.

    Sudden Diet Changes

    Sudden changes in diet may cause colic. Any new feed should be introduced gradually.

    Insufficient Water

    Insufficient water or unclean water. Horses should always have access to fresh, clean water.

    Irregular Feeding

    Long intervals between meals may lead to the horse bolting his food down without chewing properly.

    Symptoms of Colic/A Quick List

    • Lying down more than usual
    • Getting up and lying down repeatedly
    • Standing stretched out
    • Standing frequently as if to urinate
    • Turning the head towards the flank
    • Repeatedly curling the upper lip
    • Pawing the ground
    • Kicking at the abdomen
    • Rolling

    Symptoms for Specific Types of Colic

    In gas colic, the symptoms will be intermittent, with the horse going through quiet spells followed by violent spells. The horse may bite at his flank or roll. Even though gas colic looks violent and the horse is in a great deal of pain, the pulse usually does not rise above 50.

    In obstructive colic, the consistent pain may cause the horse to paw at the ground and break into a sweat. The pulse may rise into the 60’s. There will be an absence of abdominal sounds, which makes it easy to a veterinarian to diagnose this type of colic.

    An elevated temperature, a pulse ranging into the 80’s, and extreme pain that is non-responsive to medication often indicates vascular compromise of the bowel, requiring surgery.

    Any colic should be treated seriously, as the average horse owner will not be able to tell which of the above types of colic their horse has. The amount of apparent pain is not always a good indicator of how serious things are. If your horse shows any signs of abdominal pain, you should call your veterinarian immediately.

    Preventing Colic

    While horses seem to be predisposed to colic due to their anatomy and the function of their digestive tracts, management can play a key role in colic prevention. Although not every case is avoidable, the following guidelines from the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) can maximize the horse’s health and reduce the risk of colic:

  • Establish a daily routine – include feeding and exercise schedules – and stick to it.
  • Feed a high-quality diet comprised primarily of roughage.
  • Avoid feeding excessive grain and energy-dense supplements. (At least half the horse’s energy should be supplied through hay or forage. A better guide is that twice as much energy should be supplied from a roughage source than from concentrates.)
  • Divide daily concentrate rations into two or more smaller feedings rather than one large one to avoid overloading the horse’s digestive tract. Hay is best fed free-choice.
  • Set up a regular parasite control program with the help of your equine practitioner.
  • Provide exercise and/or turnout on a daily basis. Change the intensity and duration of an exercise regimen gradually.
  • Provide fresh, clean water at all times. (The only exception is when the horse is excessively hot; then it should be given small sips of lukewarm water until it has recovered.)
  • Avoid putting feed on the ground, especially in sandy soils.
  • Check hay, bedding, pasture, and environment for potentially toxic substances, such as blister beetles, noxious weeds, and other ingestible foreign matter.
  • Reduce stress. Horses experiencing changes in environment or workloads are at high risk for intestinal dysfunction. Pay special attention to horses when transporting them or changing their surroundings, such as at shows.
  • Do not unnecessarily change a horse’s diet regardless of the horse’s environment or use.
  • If changes in forage or concentrate are necessary, be certain to make these changes very slowly, preferably not at the same time as management changes.
  • Do not purchase a horse if you know it has a history of colic.
  • Virtually any horse is susceptible to colic. Age, sex, and breed differences in susceptibility seem to be relatively minor. The type of colic seen appears to relate to geographic or regional differences, probably due to environmental factors such as sandy soil or climatic stress. Importantly, what this tells us is that, with conscientious care and management, we have the potential to reduce and control colic, which is the number one killer of horses. Learn your horse’s vital signs and be observant of anything out of the ordinary so that you can give your veterinarian as much information as possible.

    For more information about colic prevention and treatment, ask your equine veterinarian for the « Colic » brochure provided by the American Association of Equine Practitioners in partnership with Educational Partner Bayer Animal Health. Additional colic information is available by visiting the AAEP’s horse health website,
    Colic.

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    Le cheval de trait belge (Ardennais – Brabant) -Stablemade

    Belgium is/was the largest producer of coldblooded horses in Europe and was famous for breeding heavy horses in the earlier ages. The greatest bloom of the breeding came in the times from 13th to 15th century. By the coastlines was always bred a heavier and more lymphatic type of horse than in the south part of Ardennes. Among the Belgian coldbloods were at one time recognized three types: The Ardennian, Flemish and Brabant.

    The Ardennian (Ardennais) type.

    The historical records are showing, that with the Christian Crusades by the Northern Sea came to this area many oriental horses, which were then crossbred with the indigenous heavy (coldblooded) mares in order to add more refinement and speed to the offspring. During the Middle Ages in the whole Belgium were bred horses that were sought out for the specific use as heavy knight-horses in the tournaments and wars; they were also highly praised and very expensive. From these horses the Ardennais had most of the Arabian blood, which was mainly influenced by the Orwal and St. Hubertus monasteries, where the kept, imported stallions were crossed with the local heavy mares for production of warhorses.

    Already during the Napoleon wars the Ardennian was sought out for the use by the artillery for pulling cannons. The testimony of just how hardy and durable these horses were could be seen in the failure of the Napoleon invasion into Russia, where the unending suffering the Ardennian horse survived, while the other breeds have simply perished under the harsh conditions. The Napoleon wars inflicted a huge damage to the breeding of the Ardennian horse. The breeding stock was stolen or destroyed. As the consequence, the breeders begun to import heavy horses from the northern coastlines, but it led to very unsuccessful offspring. That is why in the Belgian and French side of Ardennes as well as in the Argonne, the breeders saw the saving of their breed in the Percheron stallions, which truly uplifted the Ardennian breed and gave the foundation to a lighter and quicker coldblooded horses (14 –15 H), which were mainly “rose” (red) gray with “dry”, bulged head, large sparkly eyes and a long body on slimmer legs.

    5 yrs old imported Belgian bay stallion, 44 Facteur, born 1923, sire Foch, dam Iportlee, height 16′ 3 hands

    This old type did not last long either on the French or the Belgian side of Ardennes as the Germans stole most of the breeding stock during the First World War. Though the Germans were ordered after the war to return the horses, most of them never found their way home. The breeders filled out the gaps of the missing breeding stock with smaller and lighter Belgians and ended up producing so called Belgian type of the Ardennian, that is a smaller, round horse with a large “meaty” head, short legged with lymphatic constitution.

    Therefore, the horse that was considered in many other European countries as the Ardennais, was not even from the distance a relative of the Ardennes origin, but he was actually a smaller version of the Belgic from “anywhere”. It was more or less on the French side of the Ardennes where the horses resembling the old type of Ardennais could be found, because the breeders often crossed the horses with the Percherons.

    Imported Ardennian bay stallion Spirou, born 1897, sire Favorit, dame Clairette

    The Flemish type

    The Flemish horse is the actual founder of today’s Belgian horse. He was the most robust of the Belgian horses and already in the early middle Ages belonged to the strongest and most favorite horse of the armored knights. The king Charlemagne (Frank monarch 771-814) donated several Flemish horses to the Baghdad’s caliph Harun al-Rashid in the year 807.

    The somewhat smaller Brabant horse was also very sought out a warhorse and with the Flemish horse was in the time of “chivalry” very high priced export. Many of these horses were exported mainly to England; Richard the Lion Heart (1189-1199) returning from a crusade bought a large count of Belgian stallions, which he took with him to England. In England gave these horses in certain regions the offset to the “black warhorses”, known as “black horses” on which foundation the English breeders brought up their coldblooded breeds.

    A pair of Belgian stallions in very heavy pull. Note the even and simultaneous lean into the harness and not jumping into it as it is often seen in various draft horse competitions today, where the horses are jumping/plunging into the harness. The plunging into the harness guarantied a failure in any draft tests in the older days.

    As earlier mentioned, the old Brabant and Flemish horses were very much sought out and became a great source of wealth for Belgium. However, the invention of the black powder drastically changed the warfare tactics. Too heavy, too slow and clumsy to escape the enemy fire, the knight-horse became useless and already in the 15th and 16th century there was a need for a faster, quicker and more maneuverable horse for the new type of warfare. From the war and tournament horses became draft horses pulling carts or ships; which actually served to their preservation, because their breed lacking the demand was slowly disappearing during the centuries.

    In the 19th century, for the improvement through crossbreeding without carefully thought out plan, the Percherons and Boulonnais were imported to Belgium as well as heavy Clydesdales and Shires from England, Bityug from Russia; later even the English halfbloods, times some thoroughbreds yet, and as the consequence of such chaos in breeding the horses naturally became heavier and heavier. During the Crimean War in the 19th century however, the demand for the heavier horse was on the rise again, and the merchants from Germany and France were turning their eyes also toward Belgium. With this, the prices of these horses have also risen which sparked a renewed interest in breeding and especially by some sharp hippologists, who first and foremost managed to stop the state involvement in the breeding. On the incentive of chevalier Henry de Theulegoet the breeders formed a Belgian horse breeders society “Le cheval de trait belge”, whose goal was to uplift the breeding of the heavy horse in the whole country of Belgium and to promote more evenly proportioned and of same type coldblood. All conditions were greatly improved for the intensive nurturing and raising of the young stock. With careful selection and occasional inbreeding there was bred a horse that resembled very closely the old Ardennian and Brabant breed. All other types were systematically suppressed.

    For some time, the Ardennian breeders refused this, because they wanted to preserve their indigenous type of horses. Later on they finally left off their demands as they came to recognize that the market for the heavier horse was greater as well as the prices. The former names of the previous types were discontinued and the common name “le cheval de trait belge” was adopted, which is “The Belgian Draft Horse”.

    For the uplift of the breed was ordered the following:

    • To establish a Studbook, of which the first edition came out 1887 still separately including the Ardennais.
    • A yearly-organized horseshow, which is in Belgium a national holiday and where high purses are awarded.
    • The establishment of a license commission where the state has it’s own representatives. This commission, especially in its difficult early stages was very rigorous and refused any horse that did not qualified in type and exterior to the standards.

    These imposed strict standards managed to improve and unite the breed of the Belgian draft remarkably in very short period of time, whose as a founder was not chosen the heavy Ardennais but more evenly build Brabant. The license commission managed to discover several Brabant stallions of even proportioned massiveness, correct shapes in their individuality, which they passed on their offspring. Most famous were stallion Jupiter ex Bayard, whose sons Re’ve d’Or, Brion d’Or and Mont d’Or contributed most to the development of today’s Belgian Draft Horse. Besides these, there were also highly valued lines of Indige’ne de Fosteau (son of Brion d’Or) and the stallion Conde. The pedigree in Belgium is more important than the exterior. Today, the Belgian Draft Horse is most widely spread coldblooded breed.

     

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    2xVR: erreur du meilleur cheval de Red Dead Redemption2

    I see numerous youtube posts and gaming articles on « How to get the BEST horse for FREE » which invariably regurgitates steps of taming a white Arabian in the wild.  But how can there be an objectively best horse when such designation depends on an individual’s play style and the activities engaged in RDR2’s vast open world.  While the primary stats health/stamina/acceleration/speed are important, I personally find the secondary attribute of courage to impact my gameplay much much more.  No amount of health and speed makes up for a horse bucking you directly into the path of  bullgators, a grizzly, pack of wolves, or any other kind of predator that menace the landscape.

    Not that’s a horse! Legs of an Ardennes totally look
    like a prehistoric quadruped rather than a modern horse. 
      

    I spend most of my time fishing in the Bayou and Arabians totally suck around gators, snakes, or any kind of predator.  I spawned a white Arabian through the St. Denis glitch and I gladly sold this high-strung high maintenance beast for a few dollars after much exasperation. An Ardennes while a slow tank will tolerate gator country like a champ!  Race horses spook easily even fully bonded and they will buck you straight into danger.

    Courage Stats

    In game courage behavior appears not to be a consistent blanket attribute as listed in the RDR2 compendium but highly dependent on context. Horses as in real life behave differently under different stressful scenarios, i.e. a horse steady in combat can still spook easily around alligators.  Even fully bonded, I’ve seen different horse reactions in these following types of stressful situations:

    • human combat, shootouts
    • wild predators 
    • traffic in town like St. Denis- I had an Arabian that was terrible around trolley traffic in St. Denis
    • in deep water crossing

    The official game courage levels seem incorrect.  From the descriptions alone, it would appear War Horses have the highest levels of courage, followed by Half War horses like the Turkoman with race horses being the most skittish- however this not the case.   Through experience and in Reddit chat- Arabians are reputedly extremely skittish but the Arabian is listed with the highest level of courage(6/10) while war horses have 5/10 or moderate level of courage.   My husband proudly sticks by his Tennessee Walker(2/10) that he takes hunting everywhere and it does quite fine near alligators. Try to take an Arabian anywhere near gator country.  


    Just as speed can differ for different coats of each breed, courage may vary as well and perhaps at the individual level. Even if the official courage ranking seems faulty, I listed the breeds by category ordered by the courage rating listed in the compendium. I’ve also added the compendium description in underlined quotes that pertains to courage below:

      • Superior
        •   (6/10 courage listed is highly dubious, just do a google search on « rdr2 arabian skittish »)
      • War 
        • Ardennes(5/10 courage) -«  This sturdy, brave breed handles well under pressure and will not become agitated while in combat. Ardennes horses are known for their well-built bodies as well as being brave in combat situations. »  This is the breed Rockstar added as a pre-order bonus.
          • My fully bonded Strawberry Roan Ardennes is a perfectly dependable tank in combat, but he still bucked me when ambushed by a grizzly and a pack of wolves.
        • Andalusian (courage not listed) – listed as the only breed called out for courage in hunting. « This breed of horse is courageous and will not be spooked easily. Andalusian breed of horses are tough and aggressive in nature which makes them perfect for hunting. « 
        • Hungarian Halfbred (courage not listed) – « renowned for its fearlessness making them perfect for loud and dangerous situations » 
      • War/Race
        • (5/10)- « Turkoman is a multi-class horse with characteristics that make it perfect for racing and combat. »
          • My fully bonded silver turkoman is fantastic for combat but I have been bucked during predator attacks by grizzlies/wolves/bullgators.  Turkomans also do not like being near gators.
      • War/Work
        • (5/10) -« They have traits of both work and war horses, so are strong and will not be easily frightened. This loyal and bold breed of horse are invaluable in combat situations.« 
      • Race/Work
        • Missouri Fox Trotter(5/10) – some conflicting reddit threads mentioning how easily it spooks, or alternatively how it’s braver than an Arabian. In truth, anything with 4 legs is less skittish than an Arabian.
      • Draft: 
      • Work
      • Race
      • Riding
        •  (2/10) – even with this low courage rating, my husband plays exclusively with Tennessee Walkers and they seem do fine in combat and around gators.
        •  (1/10)
        • (1/10)

    Appearance – Size, Coat, Shape, Neck Girth, Gait, etc…

    More than 50% of game play is trotting around on your steed. You will be consistently staring at your horses head, rear, haunches, and tail more than any other rendered objects in the game. There’s no shame in choosing a horse for it’s looks in a video game.

    Although I had spawned the super rare Tiger Striped Mustang, it just looked too out of place and I traded it away for a Turkoman.

    Arthur never looked right on the Arabian- just too « My Little Pony », too bad the stables don’t offer rainbow mane. 

    My Own Stables

    Currently I rotate between the following 4 horses:

    Silver Turkoman – really a magnificent beast- too good for Arthur but this horse does not do well around predators.

    Strawberry Roan Ardennes War Horse – handles like a tank but great for something steady around
    the Bayou near alligators.

    Reverse Dapple Roan Nokota – One of the fastest in game (7 speed 5 acceleration), it’s actually a lot of fun to ride but spooks easily. Low health and stamina(3/3) were less of an issue.

    Nokota Blue Roan – I am partial to his blushing pink nose, and even traded in an Arabian, Tiger Striped Mustang for this low stat Nokota. I want to trade him in for an Adalusian but can’t find the heart to sell him.

    Comment obtenir le cheval le plus rare dans Red Dead Redemption 2…

    When looking to get the rarest horse in Red Dead Redemption 2, you’ll first need to know what that horse looks like. As of right now, the rarest horse breed in Red Dead Redemption 2 is the Arabian. The Arabian comes in a few different coat colors, with the rarest being the Legendary White Coat.

    To find the rarest horse in Red Dead Redemption 2 (the Legendary White Coat Arabian), you’ll need to travel North near Ambarino, then head West of Lake Isabella. Because of this area’s beautiful snow-covered scenery, it can be hard to spot the horse due to its Legendary White Coat color. To make things easier, we recommend exploring the area slowly, and turning on your Tracker Vision.

    Once you’ve found the Legendary White Coat Arabian, you’ll need to catch and tame it. As expected from the rarest horse in Red Dead Redemption 2, this can be quite a challenge. To catch a wild horse, you’ll need to equip your lasso. Then, on horseback or on the ground, carefully approach the horse you’re trying to capture so as to not startle it. If it takes off, you can give chase.

    After you’ve caught the horse with your lasso, slowly approach the horse and use either X or Square to calm the horse as you’re approaching. With the horse calmed as much as possible, mount the horse and begin the process of trying to break it. As the horse attempts to buck you off, hold your left analog stick, then turn the stick either left or right in response to the direction the horse is bucking.

    For example, if the horse bucks right, turn your analog stick to the left. We also recommend tapping X or Square repeatedly to calm the horse as it’s trying to buck you.

    The rarest horse in Red Dead Redemption 2 is the Legendary White Coat Arabian.
    © Rockstar Games,

    Once you break the horse and it stops bucking, you’ll need to work on taming it. This can be done by riding back to Valentine. At first, the horse won’t be too keen on this idea. To calm the horse while riding, slow down, then tap your left analog stick to pat your horse. Once you arrive at the stables in Valentine, you’ll need to put a saddle on the horse to claim it.

    Until you saddle your new Legendary White Coat Arabian, you’ll want to stay mounted on the horse. Once you’ve put a saddle on the horse, you can dismount and then start the bonding process with your new horse. This can be done by focusing the horse, using L2/LT, then choosing the options to pat it, brush it, and feed it. 

    Unlike other horses in the game, it’s worth reaching the max bond level with the Legendary White Coat Arabian. This is because, in addition to being the rarest horse in Red Dead Redemption 2, it also has the best stats in the game for Health, Speed, Stamina, and Handling. By keeping the above tips in mind, you should now know what the rarest horse is in Red Dead Redemption 2, how to catch it, and how to tame it.

    For a visual guide on how to get the Legendary White Coat Arabain, be sure to check out the video below courtesy of . For more on Red Dead Redemption 2, be sure to check out some of our previous guides including , , and .

    By reading through this guide, you should now know what the rarest horse is in Red Dead Redemption 2, where to find it, how to catch it, and how to tame it.

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    Claire Forlani — Wikipédia

    Pour les articles homonymes, voir .

    Claire Antonia Forlani, née le à , dans le , est une .

    Jeunesse et débuts[ | ]

    Née le 17 décembre 1971 à (, ), d’un père , Pier Forlani, et d’une mère anglaise, Barbara, Claire Forlani entre à onze ans dans une école d’art à ( ), où elle suit des cours de et de pendant six ans. Après quelques représentations dans des pièces de , elle fait ses premiers pas à l’écran en  : d’abord dans deux épisodes d’une série britannique pour la jeunesse, , puis un véritable rôle, celui d’une jolie gitane dans un thriller de série B, .

    En , pour l’aider dans sa carrière, ses parents décident de s’installer avec elle à . La comédienne, âgée de 21 ans, enchaîne alors les seconds rôles : dans deux épisodes de la mini-série , portée par un jeune puis plusieurs apparitions au cinéma : en 1994, dans la comédie potache , en 1995 dans la comédie indépendante  ; en 1996, le drame indépendant , mené par .

    C’est cette année qu’elle connait surtout une véritable exposition médiatique en faisant partie de la distribution du blockbuster , opposant à . En , elle confirme dans un registre sérieux aux côtés de la jeune star pour le drame indépendant Suicide Club. Dès lors, l’actrice se voit offrir plusieurs projets.

    Progression discrète (1998-2003)[ | ]

    Elle quitte le tournage du film d’action horrifique réalisé par , après trois jours, estimant que ce rôle pourrait ruiner sa jeune carrière ( héritera finalement du rôle), pour plutôt enchaîner les tournages de trois films dramatiques. Sortent ainsi en 1998 un film à costumes, , pour lequel est entourée de et  ; le drame indépendant , où elle joue la jeune femme que deux amis convoitent, incarnés par et  ; et enfin le film qui la rend véritablement célèbre, le drame fantastique , où elle prête ses traits à Susan Parrish, une femme qui tombe amoureuse de la mort elle-même, incarnée par .

    Elle se fait ensuite plus rare pour des raisons personnelles, privilégiant des seconds rôles : en , elle fait partie de la bande d’acteurs réunies pour la comédie d’action fantastique , avec dans le premier rôle et en , elle est à l’affiche de .

    Elle revient en tête d’affiche avec la comédie romantique pour adolescents , avec et . Et en elle est dans le thriller , aux côtés de deux vedettes des adolescents, et . En , elle côtoie des acteurs vétérans du cinéma anglais pour le polar .

    En , elle défend trois films très différents : elle fait partie du casting soigné du drame indépendant , puis elle revient à la télévision pour le téléfilm , aux côtés de et  ; et surtout elle accepte de donner la réplique à pour la comédie d’action . Il s’agira de son dernier rôle de premier plan.

    Passage au second plan (depuis 2004)[ | ]

    En , ses trois projets passent totalement inaperçus : le téléfilm , le drame historique , dont elle partage l’affiche avec , ou encore , qui sort directement en vidéo.

    En , elle évolue dans le thriller , partage l’affiche du mélodrame avec et , et enfin retourne en Angleterre pour le thriller , porté par le tandem / . Cette même année, elle tente aussi de décrocher le premier rôle d’une nouvelle série télévisée qui n’aboutit pas.

    En , elle joue ainsi dans un épisode de la mini-série horrifique , et tient un rôle récurrent dans la troisième saison de la série policière à succès, . Durant neuf épisodes diffusés entre 2006 et 2007, elle y joue la nouvelle compagne du héros incarné par .

    Parallèlement, elle accepte un second rôle dans le drame indépendant , puis d’être la tête d’affiche d’un téléfilm fantastique, , et enfin de faire partie du film d’héroic-fantasy , avec en vedette.

    En , elle revient en Angleterre pour le drame indépendant avec la nouvelle star , puis joue dans la comédie d’action . En , elle est au casting du téléfilm d’action de série B, , portée par et fait partie du casting du film fantastique, , avec et . Enfin, elle tient un seconde rôle dans le drame familial pour enfants, .

    En , elle revient dans un épisode de , et tourne dans deux épisodes d’une mini-série catastrophe, . Elle partage aussi l’affiche de la romance britannique avec son compagnon à la ville, .

    Mais surtout, elle se concentre sur la télévision : elle fait partie de la distribution principale de la série historique canado-irlandaise , diffusée en 2011 par la chaîne américaine Showtime, qui est cependant arrêtée au bout d’une saison. Elle rebondit aussitôt vers un rôle récurrent dans la série d’action à succès, . Parallèlement, elle tourne donc l’épisode pilote d’une nouvelle série, Scruples, qui n’aboutit pas.

    En 2013, elle tient un second rôle dans le thriller Another Me, porté par la jeune valeur montante , puis se retire des plateaux de tournage pour accoucher de son premier enfant.

    En , elle tient le premier rôle féminin du film d’action , avec
    , mais surtout s’investit dans le premier rôle d’un téléfilm consacré à la championne du triathlon Alyson Winn, . Elle tourne aussi l’épisode pilote d’une série consacrée à des journalistes, The Get, qui n’aboutit pas.

    Elle accepte donc le premier rôle d’un téléfilm catastrophe, L’Enfer de Cristal, face à , puis tient un rôle récurrent dans la série policière .

    En juin , elle épouse l’acteur .

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    Shire horse – Wikipedia

    British breed of draught horse

    The Shire is a British breed of . It is usually , , or . It is a tall breed, and Shires have at various times held world records both for the largest horse and for the tallest horse. The Shire has a great capacity for weight-pulling; it was used for , to tow at a time when the was the principal means of goods transport, and as a for road transport. One traditional use was for pulling for delivery of beer, and some are still used in this way; others are used for forestry, for and for commercial .

    The Shire breed was established in the mid-eighteenth century, although its origins are much older. A was formed in 1876, and in 1878 the first was published.:287 In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, there were large numbers of Shires, and many were exported to the United States. With the progressive and of transport, the need for draught horses decreased rapidly and by the 1960s numbers had fallen from a million or more to a few thousand. Numbers began to increase again from the 1970s, but the breed is still considered « at risk » by the .

    Outside the United Kingdom, there are stud-books and breed associations in Australia, the United States:502 and Canada.

    History[]

    A pair of Shire horses ploughing

    Though were used for most farm work into the eighteenth century, horses ‘fit for the dray, the plough, or the chariot’ were on sale at Smithfield Market in as early as 1145.

    The English Great Horse was valued during the reign of , when stallions measuring less than ‘fifteen handfuls’ could not be kept, but the increasing role of brought an end to the use of heavy horses in battle. ‘s favoured lighter, faster mounts and the big horses began to be used for draught work instead. During the sixteenth century, Dutch engineers brought with them when they came to England to drain the , and these horses probably had a significant influence on what became the Shire breed.

    From this medieval horse came an animal called the Horse in the seventeenth century. The Black Horse was improved by the followers of , of Dishley Grange in , resulting in a horse sometimes known as the « Bakewell Black ». Bakewell imported six or mares, notable since breeders tended to concentrate on improving the male line. Two different types of black horses developed: the Fen or type and the or Midlands type. The Fen type tended to be larger, with more bone and extra hair, while the Midlands type tended to have more endurance while being of a finer appearance.

    The term « Shire horse » was first used in the mid-seventeenth century, and incomplete records begin to appear near the end of the eighteenth century. The « Packington Blind Horse », from Leicestershire, is one of the best-known horses of the era, with direct descendants being recorded from 1770 to 1832. This horse is usually recognised as the for the Shire breed, and he stood at stud from 1755 to 1770.:287 During the nineteenth century, Shires were used extensively as cart horses to move goods from the docks through the cities and countryside. The rough roads created a need for large horses with extensive musculature.

    A grey Shire employed in forestry

    In 1878, the English Cart Horse Society was formed, and in 1884 changed its name to the Shire Horse Society. The Society published a , with the first edition in 1878 containing 2,381 stallions and records dating back to 1770. Between 1901 and 1914, 5,000 Shires were registered each year with the society.:287

    The first Shires were imported to the United States in 1853, with large numbers of horses being imported in the 1880s. The American Shire Horse Association was established in 1885 to register and promote the breed. The Shire soon became popular in the United States, and almost 4,000 Shires were imported between 1900 and 1918. Approximately 6,700 Shires were registered with the US association between 1909 and 1911.

    Around the time of the , increasing mechanisation and strict regulations on the purchase of livestock feed reduced the need for and ability to keep draught horses. Thousands of Shires were slaughtered and several large breeding studs closed. The breed fell to its lowest point in the 1950s and 1960s, and in 1955 fewer than 100 horses were shown at the annual British Spring Show.

    In the 1970s, the breed began to be revived through increased public interest. Breed societies have been established in the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, France, and Germany, and in 1996 the first World Shire Horse Congress was held in . The first use within the breed of through frozen semen was with several Australian mares in 1997.

    Between the 1920s and 1930s and today, the Shire has changed in . The was used for in the 1950s and 1960s, which changed the conformation of the Shire and most notably changed the feathering on the lower legs from a mass of coarse hair into the silky feathering associated with modern Shires.

    At the peak of their population, Shires numbered over a million. In the 1950s and 1960s, this number declined to a few thousand. In the United States, the Shire population dropped significantly in the early part of the twentieth century, and continued to decline in the 1940s and 1950s. Between 1950 and 1959, only 25 horses were registered in the United States. However, numbers began to increase, and 121 horses were registered in the US by 1985.

    A bay-coloured Shire, showing Clydesdale influence in colour and markings

    The National Shire Horse Spring Show is held annually and is the largest Shire show in Great Britain.

    The of the Shire is listed by the as « at risk », meaning that population numbers are estimated to be under 1500 head. In the United States, the lists it as «  », while the calls it « vulnerable ».

    Characteristics[]

    Shire may be , , brown or . They may not be or have large amounts of . and may be black, bay, brown, grey or roan. In the UK stallions may not be , but the colour is allowed by the US association.

    The average height at the of grown stallions is about 178 cm (17.2 ), with a minimum of 173 cm (17.0 h); geldings should stand at least 168 cm (16.2 h), and mares no less than 163 cm (16.0 h). Weight ranges from 850 to 1100 kg (1870 to 2430 lb) for geldings and stallions, with no set standard for mares.

    The head of a Shire is long and lean, with large eyes, set on a neck that is slightly arched and long in proportion to the body. The shoulder is deep and wide, the chest wide, the muscular and short and the hindquarters long and wide. Not too much is to occur on the legs, and the hair is fine, straight, and silky.

    The Shire is known for its easy-going temperament. Shires have been identified to be at risk for , a chronic progressive disease that includes symptoms of progressive swelling, , and of limbs. The disease is similar to chronic in humans.

    The Shire has an enormous capacity for pulling weight. In 1924, at a British exhibition, a pair of horses was estimated to have pulled a starting load equal to 50 , although an exact number could not be determined as their pull exceeded the maximum reading on the . Working in slippery footing, the same pair of horses pulled 18.5 tonnes at a later exhibition.:287

    The largest horse in recorded history was probably a Shire named (also known as Sampson), born in 1848. He stood 219 cm (21.2 h) high, and his peak weight was estimated at 1,524 kilograms (3,360 lb).

    The Shire horse was originally the staple breed used to draw carts to deliver from the to the public houses. A few breweries still maintain this tradition in the UK. These include the in Devizes, Wiltshire, the , the in , and , which made Shire-drawn deliveries from the early 1800s to the 1920s, then resumed service in 1960, with deliveries continuing to be horse-drawn to the present day. Several breweries have recently withdrawn their Shire horse teams, including the brewery in .

    Today, the breed is also used for work and leisure riding.

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    Les Poffin – site officiel

    Depuis 2000, notre objectif est très simple: vous faire bouger les fesses et mettre du bonheur dans vos cœurs.

    Les Poffin est un duo composé de Norman Patoine et Richard Savoie. La collaboration de ces deux beaucerons d’origine remonte à l’adolescence et aux premiers « bands » de polyvalente. Le temps passe, les gars suivent leurs chemins respectifs, pour finalement se réunir au début de l’an 2000 avec un objectif bien simple: Jouer de la musique qui mets le « party »! Misant sur leur expérience et une attitude très conviviale, nos deux bonshommes interprètent un répertoire couvrant quatre décennies de musique qui réveille les tympans.

    AC/DC – T.N.T., HIGHWAY TO HELL, BACK IN BLACK, YOU SHOOK ME  ALL NIGHT LONG, THUNDERSTRUCK, FOR THOSE ABOUT TO ROCK, SHOOT TO THRILL, DIRTY DEEDS, MONEY TALKS

    ACCEPT – BALLS TO THE WALL

    ACE FREHLEY – NEW YORK GROOVE

    AEROSMITH – WALK THIS WAY

    ALABAMA – MOUNTAIN MUSIC

    ALAN JACKSON – CHATTAHOOCHEE

    ALICE IN CHAINS – MAN IN THE BOX

    THE ARCHIES – SUGAR SUGAR

    BEASTIE BOYS – FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT

    THE BEATLES – LET IT BE, I WANNA HOLD YOUR HAND, EIGHT DAYS A WEEK, HELP, A HARD DAYS NIGHT, CAN’T BUY ME LOVE, TWIST & SHOUT, YOU’VE GOT TO HIDE YOUR LOVE AWAY, REVOLUTION

    THE BEACH BOYS – SURFIN U.S.A. , KOKOMO

    THE BLUES BROTHERS – SWEET HOME CHICAGO

    BIG & RICH – SAVE A HORSE RIDE A COWBOY

    BILLY IDOL – REBEL YELL

    THE BLACK KEYS – GOLD ON THE CEILING, LONELY BOY

    BLACK SABBATH – PARANOID, IRON MAN

    BLINK 182 – WHAT’S MY AGE AGAIN, ALL THE SMALL THINGS

    BLONDIE – ONE WAY OR ANOTHER

    BLUR – SONG 2

    BOB SEGER – OLD TIME ROCK N’ ROLL

    BONEY M – DADDY COOL, RIVERS OF BABYLON

    BON JOVI – LIVIN’ ON A PRAYER, BAD MEDICINE, IT’S MY LIFE

    BRYAN ADAMS – SUMMER OF ’69, EVERYTHING I DO

    C.C.R. – COTTON FIELD, PROUD MARY, BAD MOON RISING, THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL, DOWN ON THE CORNER, HEY TONIGHT

    THE CHAMPS – TEQUILA

    THE CHARLIE DANIELS BAND – THE DEVIL WENT DOWN TO GEORGIA

    THE CLASH – SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO

    THE CULT – SANCTUARY, LOVE REMOVAL MACHINE

    CHEAP TRICK – I WANT YOU TO WANT ME

    CHUBBY CHECKER – THE TWIST

    CHUCK BERRY – JOHNNY B. GOODE,  YOU NEVER CAN TELL

    DARIUS RUCKER – WAGON WHEEL

    DEEP PURPLE – SMOKE ON THE WATER, PERFECT STRANGERS

    DICK DALE – MISIRLOU

    DIO – HOLY DIVER

    THE DOOBIE BROTHERS – CHINAGROVE, LISTEN TO THE MUSIC, LONG TRAIN COMING

    THE DOORS – LIGHT MY FIRE, HELLO I LOVE YOU, LOVE ME TWO TIMES, ROADHOUSE BLUES

    EDDIE RABBITT – DRIVIN’ MY LIFE AWAY

    ELVIS PRESLEY – ALL SHOOK UP, JAILHOUSE ROCK, SUSPICIOUS MINDS, TEDDY BEAR, CC RIDER, THAT’S ALLRIGHT MAMA,  HOUND DOG, HEARTBREAK HOTEL

    ÉONZ – PARTIR, SOMNAMBULE, BRISER LE SILENCE, CAMÉLÉON DE FANTAISIE, SI LE CIEL, J’AI PAS SOMMEIL

    FOO FIGHTERS – EVERLONG

    GASTON MANDEVILLE – LE VIEUX DANS L’BAS DU FLEUVE

    GEORGE THOROGOOD – BAD TO THE BONE

    GEORGIA SATELLITES – THE HIPPY SHAKE, KEEP YOUR HANDS TO YOURSELF

    GLORIA GAYNOR – I WILL SURVIVE

    GOLDEN EARRING – RADAR LOVE

    GRAND FUNK RAILROAD – SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL

    GREEN DAY – BASKET CASE, AMERICAN IDIOT

    GUNS ‘N ROSES – PARADISE CITY , SWEET CHILD O’MINE

    THE HOLLIES – LONG COOL WOMAN IN A BLACK DRESS

    IRON MAIDEN – RUN TO THE HILLS, THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST, RUNNING FREE

    THE ISLEY BROTHERS – SHOUT

    JAMES BROWN – I FEEL GOOD

    JERRY LEE LEWIS – GREAT BALLS OF FIRE

    JET – ARE YOU GONNA BE MY GIRL

    JIMI HENDRIX – FIRE

    JIMMY EAT WORLD – THE MIDDLE

    JUDAS PRIEST – YOU’VE GOT ANOTHER THING COMING

    JOE DASSIN – SALUT LES AMOUREUX

    JOHN COUGAR – HURT SO GOOD

    JOHN DENVER – COUNTRY ROAD

    JOHN & OLIVIA – GREASE MEDLEY

    JOHNNY CASH – RING OF FIRE, FOLSOM PRISON BLUES

    JOHN FOGERTY – THE OLD MAN DOWN THE ROAD

    JOURNEY – DON’T STOP BELIEVIN’

    KC & THE SUNSHINE BAND – THAT’S THE WAY (I LIKE IT)

    KENNY LOGGINS – FOOTLOOSE

    KENNY ROGERS – THE GAMBLER

    THE KILLERS – SOMEBODY TOLD ME

    KISS – I WAS MADE FOR LOVIN YOU, DETROIT ROCK CITY , ROCK N ROLL ALL NIGHT

    THE KNACK – MY SHARONA

    KOOL & THE GANG – CELEBRATION

    LED ZEPPELIN – ROCK AND ROLL, WHOLE LOTTA LOVE, IMMIGRANT SONG, STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN

    LENNY KRAVITZ – FLY AWAY, ARE YOU GONNA GO MY WAY

    LITTLE RICHARD – TUTTI FRUTTI

    LIMP BIZKIT – FAITH

    LINKIN PARK – ONE STEP CLOSER

    LUKE BRYAN – COUNTRY GIRL (SHAKE IT FOR ME)

    LYNYRD SKYNYRD – SWEET HOME ALABAMA

    THE MAMAS AND THE PAPAS – CALIFORNIA DREAMING

    METALLICA – SEEK & DESTROY, MEDLEY SAD BUT TRUE/ONE, ENTER SANDMAN   

    THE MONKEYS – I’M A BELIEVER

    MÖTLEY CRÜE – SMOKIN IN THE BOYS ROOM, GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS

    MUSE – TIME IS RUNNING OUT, UPRISING

    NANCY SINATRA – THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKIN

    NATHANIEL RATELIFF – S.O.B.

    NEIL DIAMOND – SWEET CAROLINE

    NORMAN GREENBAUM – THE SPIRIT IN THE SKY

    NIRVANA – SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT, LITHIUM

    OFFENBACH – DEUX AUT’ BIÈRES

    THE OFFSPRING – COME OUT AND PLAY

    OZZY OSBOURNE – CRAZY TRAIN

    PANTERA – WALK

    PATRICK HERNANDEZ – BORN TO BE ALIVE

    PENNYWISE – BRO HYM, STAND BY ME

    PETER GABRIEL – SOLSBURY HILL

    PINK FLOYD – ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL (part 2), RUN LIKE HELL

    THE POLICE – ROXANNE

    THE PRESIDENTS OF THE USA – LUMP, VIDEO KILLED THE RADIO STAR

    THE PROCLAIMERS – 500 MILES

    QUEEN – I WANT TO BREAK FREE, ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST

    QUIET RIOT – CUM ON FEEL THE NOIZE

    RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE – KILLING IN THE NAME OF

    R.E.M. – THE ONE I LOVE

    RAM JAM – BLACK BETTY

    RAMMSTEIN – DU HAST

    THE RAMONES – BLITZKRIEG BOP

    RAY CHARLES – HIT THE ROAD JACK

    THE ROLLING STONES – PAINT IT BLACK, HONKY TONK WOMAN, BROWN SUGAR

    ROY ORBISON – PRETTY WOMAN

    RUSH – TOM SAWYER, YYZ

    SACHA DISTEL – L’INCENDIE À RIO

    SCORPIONS – ROCK YOU LIKE A HURRICANE, THE ZOO

    THE SHOCKING BLUE – VENUS

    SIMON & GARFUNKEL – CECILIA

    STEELERS WHEELS – STUCK IN THE MIDDLE WITH YOU

    STEPPENWOLF – MAGIC CARPET RIDE, BORN TO BE WILD

    STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN – PRIDE & JOY

    STEVE MILLER BAND – ROCK’N ME

    SOUNDGARDEN – SPOONMAN

    SUBLIME – SANTERIA

    SWEET – BALLROOM BLITZ

    SYSTEM OF A DOWN – TOXICITY, CHOP SUEY, B.Y.O.B.

    THE TROGGS – WILD THING

    THE TRAGICALLY HIP – NEW ORLEANS IS SINKING, BLOW AT HIGH DOUGH

    TWISTED SISTER – WE’RE NOT GONNA TAKE IT, I WANNA ROCK

    U2 – NEW YEAR’S DAY, SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY, WHERE THE STREETS HAVE NO NAME

    UB 40 – RED RED WINE

    VIOLENT FEMMES – BLISTER IN THE SUN

    variés – MEDLEY ’80, MEDLEY ’81

    VAN HALEN – RUNNIN WITH THE DEVIL, YOU REALLY GOT ME, AIN’T TALKIN BOUT LOVE

    VOLBEAT – LOLA MONTEZ

    THE WHITE STRIPES – SEVEN NATION ARMY

    WILD CHERRY – PLAY THAT FUNKY MUSIC

    WILLIE NELSON – ON THE ROAD AGAIN

    WILSON PICKETT – LAND OF A 1000 DANCES, MUSTANG SALLY

    THE YOUNG RASCALS – GOOD LOVIN’

    ZZ TOP – TUSH,  LA GRANGE

    3 DOORS DOWN – KRYPTONITE

    Les Cavaliers (film, 1959) — Wikipédia

    Un article de Wikipédia, l’encyclopédie libre.

    Les Cavaliers (The Horse Soldiers) est un réalisé par sorti en .

    Basé sur des faits authentiques survenus durant la (le , du 17 avril au 2 mai 1863, qui permit à d’investir la place forte sudiste de , ), ce film conte l’histoire d’un détachement de cavalerie de l’Union, dirigé par le Colonel John Marlowe (), qui est envoyé derrière les lignes ennemies pour détruire des voies de chemin de fer.

    La troupe est menée par le rude colonel et un médecin-major (), deux hommes que tout oppose. De plus, une belle sudiste () est forcée d’accompagner les cavaliers dans cette mission des plus difficiles.

    Cascades 

    , Fred Kennedy

    • Le film n’a aucun lien avec le roman de et l’adaptation cinématographique qui en fut faite par , (The Horsemen) en .
    • Vers la fin du tournage, Fred Kennedy, un cascadeur, vieil ami de , se tua en simulant une chute. De ce fait, la séquence finale – qui prévoyait le retour de la cavalerie en fanfare, bannière au vent – ne fut jamais tournée. laissera la fin telle que nous la connaissons aujourd’hui.
    • « Ce premier film de Ford sur la guerre de Sécession raconte l’histoire vraie d’un raid de la cavalerie de l’Union dans le Sud en 1863. Cela permit à Ford d’exprimer ses sentiments ambivalents : d’une part, sa loyauté envers l’Union et son respect de la discipline militaire, d’autre part, sa sympathie pour le panache des gens du Sud. S’il glorifie le Sud dans sa défaite, il exalte aussi la cavalerie nordiste et sa triomphale stratégie. »
    • « Episode historique reconstitué avec beaucoup de soin et surtout intéressant du point de vue documentaire. D’importants morceaux de bravoure comme l’attaque des cadets d’une école militaire sudiste et la bataille dans Newton Station sont réalisés dans un style épique qui donne une véritable impression de grandeur. Tous les personnages sont étudiés avec soin et l’interprétation leur donne un relief, une vie parfaite de vérité. »
    1. John Ford, Lindsay Anderson, éditions Ramsey Poche Cinéma pour la version française 1994, page 198
    2. Olivier Gamble – Guide des Films, éditions Robert Laffont, 1990
    3. Répertoire Général des Films 1960, édition Penser-Vrai, dépôt légal n°691 – 3e trimestre 1960

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    Manabi Anglais 10 expressions anglaises drôles, typiques…

    Aujourd’hui nous allons nous pencher sur 10 expressions anglaises drôles et typiques. Qui dit drôle, dit faciles à retenir donc vous n’aurez pas de mal à vous en rappeler et vous en resservir.

    C’est parti!

     

    1) It’s raining cats and dogs. “il pleut des chats et des chiens”.

    Celle-ci c’est un classique mais je vous la remets quand même car les rappels ne font jamais de mal. Elle veut dire “il pleut des cordes” ou “il pleut des trombes d’eau”.

     

     

    2) When pigs fly. “Quand les cochons vole(ro)nt”.

    La meilleure traduction est “quand les poules auront des dents” autrement dit, jamais. Ou alors peut-être, mais de manière très très improbable.

    Par exemple vous pourriez dire “I will eat snails when pigs fly”, je mangerai des escargots quand les poules auront des dents

     

    3) Put your money where your mouth is. “Mets ton argent là où est ta bouche”.

    Ça peut paraitre alambiqué dit comme ça mais en fait c’est assez simple. Il s’agit de montrer par ses actions et pas simplement ses mots qu’on croit en quelque chose ou qu’on soutient une cause.

    Par exemple si vous n’arrêtez pas de dire que la planète est en danger, investissez dans des panneaux solaires.

     

    4) To have a bee in one’s bonnet. “Avoir une abeille dans son bonnet”.

    Ça signifie être obsédé par quelque chose et ne pas arrêter d’en parler. Pour vous donner un exemple:
    « I can’t stop thinking about this girl I saw last night, I have a bee in my bonnet. »

     

    5) Pay through the nose. “payer par son nez”.

    Payer mais en étant réticent (parce qu’on sent qu’on se fait arnaquer par exemple).

    L’image est assez parlante. On a tellement pas envie de payer qu’il faut nous l’arracher par le nez pour l’obtenir.

     

    6) Like a bat ouf of hell. “comme une chauve-souris sortant des enfers”.

    On voit bien la chauve-souris battre des ailes comme une folle pour échapper au brasier et comme l’expression veut dire “à toute vitesse”, ça tombe bien.

     

    7) Beat a dead horse. “Battre un cheval mort”.

    Vous aurez beau lui mettre autant de coups de cravache que vous voulez le cheval n’avancera pas d’un pouce. Ça se dit le plus souvent quand une personne considère un débat comme réglé et que l’autre n’arrête pas de revenir à la charge

    – « Dad, are you sure we can’t get a new computer? »
    – « Son, we talked about this and the decision was ‘no’. You are beating a dead horse. »
     

    8 ) Elvis has left the building. “Elvis a quitté le batiment”.

    Cette expression remonte à l’époque où Elvis était au firmament de sa gloire et où les fans restait des heures à réclamer une dernière chanson à la fin des concerts.

    Elle est depuis rentrée dans la culture populaire américaine et est utilisée dans plein de contextes comme le sport par exemple. Quand il n’a y plus d’espoir pour une équipe de revenir au score on dit “Elvis has left the building” ce qui en français correspond à “la messe est dite” ou “c’est plié”.
     

    9) Work the graveyard shift.

    C’est une manière humoristique de dire que vous travaillez de nuit, graveyard voulant dire cimetière. À part les morts-vivants personne n’est debout à l’heure où vous bossez.

    L’expression normale est “I work the night shift” (on pourrait traduire ça par je suis dans l’équipe de nuit).
     

     
    10) A party pooper: “Un chieur de soirée” autrement dit une personne qui casse l’ambiance dans les soirées.

    En général il est fatigué avant tout le monde, ne participe pas et diffuse sa mauvaise humeur. Pour retenir to poop, pensez à “faire popo”. C’est bête, mais ça marche.
     
     
     

     
    Pour être sûr de les retenir, n’oubliez pas de les rentrer dans !

    Quelle est votre expression préférée dans les 10?

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