Sarah K. Andrew and HoofPrints have teamed up to create a 2012 calendar, titled Horses and Hope: My Year at the Auction. If you aren’t already aware, Sarah takes photos every week of horses that are at the Camelot auctions. Her photos do an incredible job of capturing the personalities and conformation of the horses […]
November 29, 2009.Reading time less than 1 minute.
I had a mare once who loved all baby creatures. She would lean down and snuffle my daughter’s head just like this. One day I found her in the paddock with a gosling. She followed it around gently brushing it with her muzzle and breathing into his feathers. It looked like she was trying to […]
At many horse shows and events, equine photographers are present to help immortalize your experience. Unlike your parent, friend or spouse, these folks are trained to catch your horse at the height of its jump, not right before you take off or right after you land. We all wait with bated breath to receive the […]
February 20, 2009.Reading time less than 1 minute.
This photographer at the Winter Equine Festival in Wellington, Fla., learned that the most dangerous place to be during a jumper class was not on the horse, but rather on the ground! Luckily it appears that horse, rider and photographer all escaped unscathed.
I recently discovered the blog of one of my favorite equine photographers: Sarah K. Andrews. Here’s a post well worth looking at: 2008 – A Year in Photos. There are some wonderful equine photos in this collection. Enjoy!
When I was looking for images of Comanche, the horse that survived the Battle of Little Big Horn, I came across a fabulous site, the Old Picture Internet site, with photographs taken from the 1850s to the 1940s. They offer incredible insights into life at that time, but what particularly interested me was the horses! […]