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Things equestrians would never do, demonstrated by models: Mount from the right side, in a skirt.

elegant black and white. black sparkley skirt, button-back skirt, black horse, black saddle, black and white saddlepad

Pinner lovelyclusters Photo from herTrip to Lanai...reminds me of Oregon horses, ahhh.

Pinner lovelyclusters Photo from herTrip to Lanai.reminds me of Oregon horses, ahhh.

Willow (Available for Adoption)    http://www.allaboutequine.org/our-horses/available-horses/willow

Willow (Available for Adoption) http://www.allaboutequine.org/our-horses/available-horses/willow

Callie from All About Equine  allaboutequine.org

Callie from All About Equine allaboutequine.org

The wind of heaven is that which blows between a horse's ears

There is a print of this photo called "Fierce Grace." I want it for our family room.

For nearly fifteen years, Missouri Forget Me Not Horse Rescue and Sanctuary has taken in horses regardless of age, breed, medical condition, or rideability. Although it’s a difficult job, Connie says “The pride we experience when the animals are finally on the road to recovery is what fuels us to help as many horses as we can.  It is more than worth it to all of us.” Here’s April, a rescue horse Connie and her team took in this year.  Learn more about our program with A Home for Every Horse.

this is one of my fave things.seeing a rescue horse given TLC n being transformed. i'm gonna get some neglected/abused horse(s) n do the exact same thing to all u poor darlings out there waiting to be rescued i love n wanna rescue every one of u :*

Start A Horse Rescue Facility

I would love to start a horse resuce facility and rescue horses from bad homes, slaughterhouses.

"How to Start and Run a Rescue" by Jennifer Williams gives the animal lovers the information needed to start and run an animal rescue.

How to Start and Run a Rescue

How to Start and Run a Rescue: Practical Advice on Set up, Promotion, Rescue, and Placement

We can’t thank rescue shelters enough for the work they do to help horses in need. Katie at the Sonoma CHANGE Program says nutrition is important for all the horses they take in, including Primrose, who was pregnant at the time of rescue. Katie and their rescue helped provide the care Primrose needed. Katie says, “Primrose delivered a beautiful foal who was healthy from the start. Today, Primrose is healthy and happy.”

We can’t thank rescue shelters enough for the work they do to help horses in…

The best things in life are rescued horse decals by tawnyamdesigns, $3.50

The best things in life are rescued horse decals by tawnyamdesigns

The Velvet Muzzle - Horse Decor & More  Signs inspired by the horses we love!  www.thevelvetmuzzle.com

Saving just one horse will not change the world. But surely it will change the world. for that one horse

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