Toronto's leading indie art gallery, URBAN GALLERY, presents their show for December 2018 with a whole herd of colourful, vibrant horses galloping across the gallery walls: VANESSA CUARTAS presents lively abstract equine portraits in her solo…Continue
Added by Glenda Fordham on December 10, 2018 at 2:33pm — No Comments
I'm thrilled to share this news with fellow Barnmice members.
My client, internationally renowned award-winning artist BRUCE K. LAWES, has just launched his new website and is giving away museum-quality prints from his Limited Edition gallery just for signing up to receive his monthly eNewsletter. (example below: "On a Cloud" ...and yes, this is a painting, not a photograph!)…Continue
Added by Glenda Fordham on October 27, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments
Fabulous décor & nic-nac store on Main St, located inside the old Feed & Grain Mill carries all sorts of great horse themed decorating items and giftwares. No website, no email...but you can't miss it.
Added by Glenda Fordham on July 1, 2013 at 9:14pm — No Comments
I recently visited OEF's Horse Day @ the CNE riding academy in Toronto. Lots of lovely horse folks, industry professionals and organizations, legendary jockey Sandy Hawley and Norman the one-eyed ex-racehorse was there, too. Here are a few photos from the visit
Added by Glenda Fordham on June 7, 2013 at 12:24pm — No Comments
Was thrilled to meet the legenday Mike "Pinball" Clemons at the Burman Books publishers' soiree tonite in Toronto. Intro'd him to client: author & horse owner Gail Haynes. He listened intently as we described Gail’s new book about teaching kids financial literacy and entrepreneurship. He wants a copy for his teenage daughter. Wow, we made a sale! Now if only Gail can get…Continue
Added by Glenda Fordham on February 12, 2013 at 12:27am — No Comments
Big bay gelding Norman was rescued by Toronto horse lover Heather Young from certain death when his racing career didn't pan out. In 40 starts, Norman only recorded 2 wins and placed or showed in 15, despite being a son of the famed Alydeed and, like most Ontario thoroughbreds, was descended from Northern Dancer.
He was shipped around from trainer to trainer and was all set to be sent to the glue factory when a rescue organization stepped in and saved his life. When Heather met…Continue
Added by Glenda Fordham on January 24, 2013 at 8:04pm — No Comments