Welcome to the November 1, 2010 edition of carnival of the horses. I can’t wait to carve out the time to read these posts myself. This month I notice quite a few submissions that relate to OTTBs — could the movie Secretariat be an influence?
- Lissa Rabon presents Bevo is a butthead posted at When I Ride…, saying, “Trying to gather the cows for weaning, we met a traffic jam with horns”
- SheMovedtoTexas presents How to make an Equestrian Ribbon Quilt posted at She Moved to Texas, saying, “How to make a quilt or wall hanging made out of recycled horse show ribbons!”
- Erica K. Frei presents Out Of The Starting Gate | Writing of Riding posted at Writing of Riding, saying, “Writing of Riding is launching Project Thoroughbred – get involved with the rehab and retraining of a Thoroughbred mare off the race track while supporting more humane methods of retiring race horses.”
- Jen presents Haaaay – This photography stuff is FUN! posted at Equine Epiphanies…, saying, “Thank you – this is awesome :o)”
- Keri presents The OTTB – The Horse I See, The Horse Some Don’t. – Part ONE posted at The Equus Ink | Reason’s Blog.
- Arlene Elliott presents The Horse Gene posted at Grey Horse Matters.
- Dock Start presents Lunging or Longeing? posted at Adventures In Colt (Filly) Starting.
- TE Couch presents I must have been about 9 or 10 yrs old posted at Risa’s Hawk Trailers, Balanced Ride Trailers, Horse Trailering, and related topics!.
- GrrlScientist presents Who’s Your Momma? British and Irish mares made significant contribution to thoroughbred breed posted at Punctuated Equilibrium, saying, “This newly published study finds that thoroughbred racehorses, which originated in Europe, descended from a number of British and Irish native breed foundation mares”
- Rhonda Lane presents What does Secretariat mean to you? | The Horsey Set Net posted at The Horsey Set Net, saying, “Champion, inspiration, figurehead to philanthropy – what does Secretariat mean to you?”
- Jennifer Goddard presents The Gift posted at RidingWithCooper.
- Lauren presents How much? posted at Girl on a Mountain with a Chicken with a Chicken, saying, “Starving grad student trying to nurse a nasty horse habit.”
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