Archive for October 2016

October 2016: Photo Session with Hawk

Almost exactly one year ago, Dunrovin was on the search for a couple new horses. The summer of 2015 had been very busy and we often had to turn away business for lack of an appropriate horse to do the job. Autumn is the best time of all for purchasing a horse. It is right…

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October 2016: Giddy-Up Girls’ ATF Days

Nearly every nonprofit understands the benefit of providing lots of wine before proceeding with a live auction. As my husband of many years loves pointing out to anyone within hearing range, I am an auctioneer’s delight.  A little wine most certainly removes whatever pressure I may have managed to put my “don’t bid” brakes on.…

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October 2016: Animals Blessings

St Francis of Assisi was a Italian Roman Catholic friar who lived from 1182 to 1226. He became one of the most venerated religious figures in all of history. Known for his emphasis on peace and his patronage of animals and the environment, people the world over hold ceremonies on his feast day of October…

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October 2016: Annie – Dunrovin’s First Horse

Endurance racing was my main horse interest when we returned to Montana from Alaska. While I had never done it in Alaska, I loved just thinking about it. Traveling at speed with your equine partner through miles of trails sounded like heaven to me. Also, I loved the ethics of endurance racing: it isn’t just…

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