Help the Friends of Dunrovin raise money
for equine assisted wellness programs and
celebrate the human horse bond
through an extraordinary performance art event!
August 19, 2017 at Dunrovin Ranch
Man’s current relationship with horses can truly be called a “horse of a different color.” As John Trotwood Moore famously stated : “Wherever man has left his foot prints in the long ascent from barbarism to civilization, we find the hoof print of a horse beside it.” In recent years, the nature and placement of those hoof prints have changed – changed in unexpected ways. Rather than simply carrying our physical burdens, horses now ease our emotional pains; in addition to lifting our feet off the ground, horses buoy our spirits and fill our hearts with joy; rather than their being servants to us as masters, horses have become our teachers.
Dunrovin Ranch honors this ever changing bond between horse and human through a series of special events: A Horse of a Different Color is an artistic extravaganza on August 19 that bring artists together with Dunrovin’s horses to literally create “horses of different colors” and to celebrate horses as an writer’s muse. Best selling Harlequin author Danica Winters will unveil her series of books set among the Dunrovin Ranch herd and draw the name of a lucky winner to come with a companion to Dunrovin Ranch’s September Spirit Dance Women’s Retreat to let the power of horses ignite personal passions to live life with greater meaning and purpose.
The Friends of Dunrovin is a 501c3 Montana nonprofit associated with Dunrovin Ranch and DaysAtDunrovin.com. Its mission is to use Dunrovin Ranch’s and DaysAtDunrovin’s cyber resources to promote human, animal, environmental, and community heath through raising funds for other Montana nonprofits organizations to do their work.
The Friends of Dunrovin is the sponsor for the Horse of a Different Color. Funds raised will be specifically used for grants to support Montana nonprofits that provide equine assisted physical, emotional, or mental wellness or therapy programs.