1. A Horse is Poetry in Motion

    • Results of our competition

      Results of the contest on our project. Kostin winner is Sasha-A class 8 student of school № '70 Kazan. In May, she was the most active participant in the project and the prize awarded to her.

      Machine translation
      Comments: 0
    • Famous horses in history

      Absinthe

      Russia is full of famous horse names. Absinthe alone is worth something! This is a pure-blooded sheep, his ancestors belonged to the elite horses ancient Akhal-Teke horse. From 1959 to 1963 Absinthe USSR champion in equestrian sport, but after 1960, when he won the gold medal at the 17th Olympic Games in Rome, he became not only ochitaemym racer - he began to exit the Soviet Union on the world arena.

      Machine translation
      Comments: 0
    • Famous horses in history

      Square

      Orlov trotter magnificent breed of Strait and Ceramics born in 1946. Repeated winner of the largest and most pristizhnyh competition, three-time champion breed rekordist in the race for a distance of 3200 and 1600 meters. Lived for 30 years and was buried in his native Moscow plant. He is a monument in front of the arena 1st Moscow stud. In addition, through natural reproduction and artificial insemination left more than 600 descendants, exerted a substantial influence on the breed. Widely known case when, after a long and hard struggle against strong opponents rider not to torment the Square dropped the reins. Trotter pulled himself caught up with the leader and craned his neck so that the photo finish showed: Square nose first to cross the finish line!

      Machine translation
      Comments: 0
    • Starts a new contest

      Dear participants of the project "A poor horse waving his arms!" Within our project starts a new competition-competition for the most meaningful for Free! It will last only until 30.05.2014, the winner is also waiting for a gift. Take your time to get involved!

      Machine translation
      Full text
      Comments: 0
    • Results of the competition

      Good afternoon, members of the project! That ended our competition on knowledge of proverbs and sayings with the words "horse" and "horse." His winner was the student of class D 4 school № '70 Kazan Sidorova Angelina. And our wonderful gift encyclopedia about horses awarded to her.

      Machine translation
      Full text
      Comments: 0
    • Until May 11, there is still time

      Here's a great gift awaits the winner on the knowledge of proverbs and sayings with the words "horse" and "horse"

      Machine translation
      Full text
      Comments: 0
    • Famous horses in history

      Machine translation
      Full text
      Comments: 0
    • We suggest you read

      Collection of "half a lifetime for a horse"

      Machine translation
      Full text
      Comments: 0
    • Famous horses in history

      Copenhagen http://www.sudarrb.com/old/images/giness/kopengagen2.jpg Stallion Thoroughbred breed owned by Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington. He was widely known throughout England for its easily excitable temper and habit to kick. Copenhagen height was 1.52 cm Pedigree famous horse went back to the line Darley and Godolphin Arabiana Araba. Copenhagen was the father stallion Meteor descendant Eclipse, which took second place at Epsomskom Derby. His mother was fighting mare Lady Catherine, which fought General Grosvenor during the siege of Copenhagen. Wellington bought a horse in Spain in 1812 by Sir Charles Stewart and met with him for the entire military campaign on the peninsula, as well as used Copenhagen driven hunt with a pack of hounds, which ordered from London. Soldiers of the British Army knew and loved Copenhagen for what he always greeted them whinny. Although it should be noted that his strict master enjoyed no less popular. The greatest day in the life of Copenhagen and its owner fell on June 18, 1815 - the day of the Battle of Waterloo - Wellington when longtime enemy French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte was completely crushed. The day before the Battle of the Duke did not get out of the saddle Copenhagen from 10 am to 8 pm. June 18, he spent 15 hours in the saddle, commanding the battle, moving from one unit to another in order to strengthen the morale of their soldiers. When the end of the battle Wellington dismounted his horse remained full of energy and eager to fight again. Copenhagen died in 1836 at age 28 and was buried with full military honors in Strathfield Saye (Hampshire County), an estate donated by the Duke in gratitude for his services to Britain. On a tombstone engraved horse word epitaph, written by the poet RE Egertonom Warburton. Epitaph horse says, "You are a humble instrument of the Lord, though the created of clay, to share with him the glory forever this glorious day."

      Machine translation
      Full text
      Comments: 0
    • Proverbs and sayings with the words horse and horse

      Good afternoon, members of the project! From today in our project starts competition on knowledge of proverbs and sayings, which contains the words horse and the horse. The contest will run until 11/05/14. Terms: 1) monitor the content added to the blog proverbs, 2) do not place existing blog proverbs, 3) avoid spelling and punctuation mistakes. If these simple conditions, your published material will zablokirovan.Pri summarizing the contest will be taken into account: 1) the number of found proverbs, 2) their content side, 3) "likes" (like) you set for selected proverbs project participants or the participants of the global laboratory. So, good luck to all!

      Machine translation
      Full text
      Comments: 2
    • From the research results of the project participants

      Horses in art Russian

      Machine translation
      Full text
      Comments: 0
    • First dream Rodion Raskolnikov

      Hello dear friends!
      Horses are beautiful, strong, fast ... this is so often written about. But there is another side of horse life that it is difficult to remain silent - is exhausted horses, nag ...
      Come immediately to mind lines from the first Raskolnikov's dream that sees horrible dream about horses slaughtered (here reference to Nekrasov's poem from the cycle "On the weather" (1859), which shows a lean horse crippled. She pulls a huge impact, and suddenly rises because it does not have the strength to go on. musher missing whip and mercilessly beats her in the ribs, legs, even the eyes, and the horse from last forces goes on). However FM Dostoevsky's novel reinforces the tragic situation and depicts a horse that sounded the death. On the one hand the reader understands that this is a symbol of the hero rushing between mercy and violence, good and evil, and the nature of Raskolnikov's dream reveals that tomorrow will be a killer. On the other hand, for the soul takes a brutal scene unjust punishment of being unhappy. Very sobering ...

      Machine translation
      Full text
      Comments: 0
    • Horses in our lives

      Good day, dear members!
      So much has been said about the imaginative horses, but let's talk about these wonderful creatures as real? How do you feel about them? Maybe you managed to live in contact with them, to walk and feed? What you thus have? What feelings makes you look a horse? Tell your story with this charming dating friend!

      Machine translation
      Full text
      Comments: 0
    • The famous Trojan horse

      Hello dear members!
      How not to recall the well-known in the Greek legend of the Trojan Horse? This is a huge horse made of wood, which hid the Achaean warriors (the Greeks). They besieged Troy and came up as a cunning can penetrate the walls of the city. Trojans suspect nothing and entered the horse in the gate, and at night the Achaeans came out of hiding cunning, let the remaining soldiers battled their enemies and destroyed Troy.
      This event is not only described in the Greek myths, but in the "Iliad" of Homer about the latter, the tenth year of the war. Homer could not rely on the current epic tradition of the Trojan War and had to reckon with it, since its history with the abduction of Helen of Troy and ending with the capture of a wooden horse and the return of the Achaeans.
      Since the "Iliad" of Homer is full of fiction and metaphors today Trojan horse is an allegory of any tricks.
      Can you give examples from the literature, where the term "Trojan horse" is clearly relevant?

      Machine translation
      Full text
      Comments: 0
    • Good day, dear members! Why do not you talk not only about the horses in the literature, but also about horses in history. I suggest starting with the famous horse of Alexander the Great - Bucephalus. History has it that Alexander the Great at the age of 10 years (according to Plutarch) was the only person who conquered the wayward 11-year-old horse. This horse offered the Macedonian king Philip II trader from Thessaly Filonik 13 talents (about 340 kg of silver), which was a huge sum in those days. Since nobody could rein obstinate animal was king refused to purchase, but Alexander promised to pay for the horse, if he can not tame it. According to historians, when the littoral areas of Persia Bucephalus was kidnapped, Alexander ordered that he immediately returned to his horse, and otherwise he will destroy all the people. Favorite horse of the king was returned safe and sound, and Alexander with joy even paid a ransom to the kidnappers. What do you think, what are the features of our list were inherent Bucephalus?
      Machine translation
      Full text
      Comments: 0
    • Hello dear participants. Today I propose to talk about what it means to the image of the horse for our ancestors. In all countries, the horse was revered as the most intelligent creature. According to the beliefs of ancient Slavs, the horse - a symbol of goodness and happiness; the wisdom of the gods was the people through this animal. The cult of the horse is associated with the worship of the Sun: The Slavs believed that the Give-god (god of the sun) travels across the sky in a wonderful chariot drawn by white Quartet zlatogrivyh horses with golden wings. So our ancestors attributed special power Oberig (from the word "protect") in the form of figures of a horse (head, torso), they were worn on the left shoulder on a chain. Protect yourself in this way, not only peasants, townspeople, but heroes - epic heroes who defended the borders of the Russian land from the invasion of countless enemies. For them, the horse is not simply a talisman, it was their true friend, warning of the danger of their master, - laughs "full head" hooves beats to wake the hero. And what do you know the heroes who have had good horses?
      Machine translation
      Full text
      Comments: 0
    • Hello dear members of the project "A poor horse waving hands"! We begin our active communication and collaboration immersion in the world of literature. And the horses in the literature. First of all, let's understand what the real horses differ from the literary. All the matter in the imagery. By the way, what is the image? Literary differently interpret this term, but all agree on the fact that the artistic image - is any phenomenon that creatively re-created by the author in fiction. The image is the result of reflection by the artist of a process, phenomenon. In this artistic image not only reflects, but, above all, summarizes the reality, reveals in a single, transient in perpetuity. The specificity of the artistic image is determined not only by the fact that he comprehends the reality, but the fact that it creates a new, fictional world. So, "artistic image - it is a specific and at the same time a generalized picture of human life, created with the help of fiction and has aesthetic value" (LI Timofeev). If you and I look at the profile of our study, just make sure that, on the one hand, the horse - is quite real cloven-hoofed animals, and on the other - an image that indicates the speed, loyalty, beauty, hard work and a lot more. And what art image horse is most interesting?
      Machine translation
      Full text
      Comments: 0