Award-winning author, Cathy Kennedy, invites you to share the story of the wild mustangs and how one special horse stands out from the herd. Cathy’s story, Meeting of the Mustangs, is the result of years of careful thought and will inspire animal lovers of all ages. She actually began writing this tale when she was quite young and reworked and completed it decades later.
Readers will be taken from their everyday routines and propelled into the lives of these time-tested national treasures. Crossing the finish line at the perfect length for younger readers, this story will also capture the hearts and minds of their moms and dads. Some may be compelled to wonder whether karma really does exist. Continue reading “New Horse Book about Wild Mustangs for Young Readers”
Thank you to ALove4Horses for hosting me on this virtual book tour celebration for the ‘Horse Lover: A Cowboy’s Quest to Save the Wild Mustangs’. I look forward to interacting with your audience and welcome their comments or questions.
If you’re a true lover of horses, you don’t just love our domesticated equine friends, you probably adore the more wild animals out there too. Nothing could be more majestic than a wild stallion running free – doesn’t that sound so poetic?
If you’d like to see the awe inspiring sight of a herd of wild horses galloping, then maybe you should plan your next holiday around one of the destinations in this list. Some of them might be right on your doorstep, others might require a little trek into nature, but we assure you, it will be a once in a lifetime experience, and well worth it. Make sure you take a camera!
We use the term ‘wild’ horses loosely, as most of the horses on this list are actually feral – once domesticated horses that were let loose! They are still extremely beautiful, and many are rare breeds that you might not see anywhere else!
He is the “ultimate underdog.” When the stunning stallion with his bright dun coat and waves of silky black tresses was named Reserve Champion Stallion at Dressage at Devon in 2010, he confounded onlookers curious about his origins. German riding pony? Lusitano? Andalusian? Welsh cob? Nobody guessed correctly.
I was hoping to put out a newsletter saying how things have finally turned around here at the ranch. We finally got the clutch back for the tractor and things were getting ready to move forward. However, early this afternoon my son passed away. We usually have coffee in the mornings together but this morning he had been up & had gone back to bed so I went on with my daily routine. When his curtains weren’t open by early afternoon I went and checked on him. I found him dead in our 5th wheel.
Needless to say, our lives are tremendously devastated right now. It’s all I can do to function but I do need to send out a plea. I can no longer live on this property. All of his belongings are here and it’s going to be hard enough for me to have to pack up my baby’s life, but to have the constant reminder is more than I can deal with. I really need some homes for the mustangs, and others if possible. I’m not sure how I’m even going to cover the expenses for the funeral since we just spent what we had on hay & the clutch.
So, I’m begging you, this is beyond our control and I’m not sure how I’m going to make it through this without breaking completely down. It’s still such a nightmare. But, I know first & foremost I have got to get some of these horses out of here because Tom & I aren’t going to be able to function for a while. We are going to try to move as soon as we can. We still have so much remodeling that is in progress and must be finished so we can get the house on the market, even more so now than ever.
On View May 15–June 24, 2012 | Reception May 19, 6:30–9:00 PM
Image Caption: Dominanceby Jennifer Maharry
Venice, CA — A tribute to some of America’s last wild horses will be the focus of The G2 Gallery’s upcoming exhibit, Nature LA: Jennifer MaHarry, on view Tuesday, May 15, 2012. Jennifer’s breathtaking photography documents free-roaming wild horses living in the desert and mountain regions of Western Utah. A reception will be held Saturday, May 19 from 6:30–9:00 PM.
Rich lady to adopt every one of America’s wild horses?
I must be dreaming, things like this are just too Disney sounding to be real, but I just found this news, Wild horses spared in dramatic rescue. And to double check I googled the news report title and found it posted here too…