February 10, 2010
A Shackleford Banks stallion sends the sand flyin’ after a roll near the shoreline of the island. These guys are also known as “Banker Ponies” but they are horses with a Spanish ancestory. Outer Banks, North Carolina.
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Wild Horse and Burro Roundup Protest – Saturday, February 13, Noon-3 PM – Estes Park, CO. Meet in front of Bond Park across the street from City Hall, which is at the intersection of MacGregor and Elkhorn, (the main street through town). Bring signs!
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December 10, 2009
Just a reminder that these DVDs make great gifts and were created in an effort to bring much needed awareness to people who have never seen or don’t even realize that wild horses still exist (at least for now). The DVDs are available individually or as a set with special pricing through my website:
“Our Wild Horses II” (my second DVD) is also available through the equestrian catalog, “Back in the Saddle.”
These DVDs portray the beauty of our magnificent wild horses in their wild homes accompanied by some very moving and powerful musical selections. The second DVD also comes with a reference booklet that provides any information known about the horses in each photo (location, name, etc).
“Our Wild Horses” is $19.95 plus $2.75 shipping (up to 2 DVDs)
“Our Wild Horses II” is $29.95 plus $2.75 shipping (up to 2 DVDs)
The set of both DVDs is $44.95 plus $2.75 shipping per set
Anyone that already has one or both of these DVDs, please feel free to share your own thoughts (in the comments section) about the DVD(s) that might help explain them more fully to the people who may be interested in knowing more. Thanks so much!