A Guide to Bryce Canyon Horse Rides

May 1, 2017

A trip to the Grand Canyon area is not complete without venturing out to enjoy one of the Bryce Canyon horse rides. With the challenging terrain and the extremes in climate, some people may feel that they are missing out on exploring the Canyons if they are not as mobile as they would like. That’s where a horseback tour can come in. From the back of a horse, visitors can…


Grand National Runners

April 13, 2017

Like each year, the Grand National was held this year in April at Liverpool’s Aintree Racecourse. Existing since 1839, this grand day sees horses running 6.907 km and jumping 30 fences over two laps. This event is mainly for those who do not bet or attend horse races during the year, but rather attend this prominent event once in a year. At the magicalvegas.com, you can hop onto the back…


#Britain’s 300 Year Old #AscotRace Marred by Drunken Brawl in Stands Over Woman: #VanityFair

You all know about the Royal Ascot horse race in the United Kingdom, the one the Queen herself attends in a big hat and everyone rich sits around and pretends to be bored by the race itself? Yeah, sales about that: apparently serving booze to the fans is making it a little more “interesting” according to Vanity Fair: A group of eight grown men, seemingly friends, got into a drunken…

June 21, 2011

New Preakness Mascot is “Kegasus” a Drunken Half Man/Half Horse Centaur

April 3, 2011

From our “What Were They Thinking?” Department: The famed Preakness horse race, the second jewel in the Triple Crown, seems to think the only way to attract a hip, younger “partying” crowd is to promote the event using a centaur named Kegasus, a nipple-pierced, boozing centaur. No, really. This was the best plan they could come up with to promote something called “Infield Fest.” So, instead of making horse racing…