Art & Horseyculture: Horses Stabled Underground in Nineteenth-Century Norway

“Subterranean stables” painted by Charles Taylor in 1856–7, most likely in Norway. More details at the US Library of Congress’ website, which should be browsed for hours.

Art & Horseyculture: Scenes of Equine Life in Sixteenth-Century Lapland and Finland

Snowshoes. Not just for humans, according to this 1565 woodcut from Olaus Magnus’ Historia delle Genti. Alternatively, this is an early version of Subbuteo. Courtesy of the US Library of Congress.