Celebrating the Human and Horse Bond
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.
They have changed in unexpected ways, opened new ways of seeing and being with horses.
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 and guides.
HORSE OF A DIFFERENT COLOR
Dunrovin Ranch honors the ever changing
bond between horse and human through an annual
Horse of a Different Color artistic celebration
to raise money for equine assisted therapy.
The 2017 Horse of a Different Color was held on August 19, 2017.
The 2018 event will take place on August 18, 2018.