Thank you for your sweet comments about my art. I do feel that I am channeling the horse's spirit and my exploration of this is a joy and an honor. You mentioned posting on of my horse collages - do you mean one of my soul essence portraits? Thank you for asking and for your offer of a link. I appreciate the link but I actually don't allow free posting of my art because I sell my art as logos and advertising use, but I do have some wonderful free animated banners you can access on the bottom of my links page http://www.spiritofhorse.com/store/store/custom_pages.asp?id=79 I'll look into adding my ecards website banner there too - do you know about my ecards site www.spiritofhorsecards.com?
Neat that you grew up here : ) ! I come to upstate NY Rochester area frequently to visit my best friend there.
Here is some information on the situation for our wild horses.
They need are help if they are going to remain alive and free
on their rangeland. Contact information is included. Please help!
In response to a previous comment -- many foals, often only days or hours old are forced to run in the roundup and die...trampled to death and orphaned. The older, wiser horses are also taken, leaving the inexperienced ones without the knowledge of where the grazing and watering areas are and the survival skills needed to pass on for survival of the herd. I just wanted everyone to know what's going on, in case they didn't.
ha ha thats sounds cool!:)
i have owened casper for 6 years now. when we first got him he had been abused by prvious owners. so we have spent a lot of work geting him to trust again. but he is preety good now though. he is 15.2hh and is sorda a buckskin pinto sounds a bit strange but he is. and grace is a beatuful chestnut and around 16hh and is a ex race horse. we dont know much about her history but we know no shes 9 not 16 as the people we bought her of said. we know she is unrideable but she has really nice movet. esplially her triot. it is really extended at times:) so do you compeat on your horse or anything?
by The Morning Feed On the Way Home is a gorgeous 7 year old, 16hh Standardbred retired racehorse mare who is ready for a new career through the Greener Pastures Standardbred Adoption Society. Homeslice is currently located in Langley, British Columbia with the adoption fee of $600.
Visit his page at The Morning Feed