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Airtonn

 

Lorenza M. - Italy - with Airtonn, Anglo Arab stallion

"In 1989 I had a terrible accident during a national jumping competition. In 1990 I decided to stop riding. Ten years later I decided to try again to ride but with some quarter Horses and in 2000 I bought my first QH named Piccolo Lucky Lad (for friends Lucky). I won so much competitions with him ... In 2004 I bought my second horse to compete only in dressage events. Every day I ride both horses that are so different and I enjoy my free time with them very much. My horses are all my life."

 
 

 

John Henry
  Karen D. - Michigan - with the late great John Henry

"Every year for his bday I would put together a bucket full of treats, and then the girls at the Hall of Champions would let me give him some. Hed stick his nose in the bucket and point at what he wanted and Id unwrap it for him. I remember the first time I gave him a chocolate doughnut hole. Youve heard the expression 'eyes wide as saucers.' His eyes were so huge it was comical."

 
Capizana
 

 

Elaine T. - Falkland Islands - with Capizana, Thoroughbred mare

"This photo was taken in our horse paddock. It was a nice sunny day and I was cuddling up to her, telling her stories of what they said about her in the racing commentaries. She loves to hear how great she is. I have since won the most prestigious race in the Falklands on her in 2004, 'The Governors Cup,' a race over 700 yards. Capizana is owned by the Short family; we have cared for her since 1999."

 

 

 

My Lady Mambo
  Barbara R. - Washington - with My Lady Mambo, Thoroughbred filly

"This filly was sent to my farm for R&R and special care. Her owner, Ken, said she wasn't very trusting of other people, so be careful. She looks pretty comfortable to me! We got along great and she is now at Emerald Downs Racetrack in training for the racing season. (As you can see, my goats - Lily and Delilah - also wanted my attention. They're very good company for the horses and me.)"

 

Gandalf

 

Sara - Florida - with Gandalf, Belgian (owned by Bob B.)

"He's a rescue horse and the Dually was instrumental in reclaiming him.  It let me communicate to an animal that weighs almost 2,000 lbs without hurting him, and that set the basis for the trust that he and I enjoy, and which made getting him back to being safe and rideable possible. Seriously - he was so dangerous from fear of being hurt again that he was going to be put down, and now he's so gentle that little girls ride him, and that only took three months.  The halter is really a wonder."

 

 

 

Roxette Hanover
  Bart C. - Pennsylvania - with Roxette Hanover, Standardbred

"Roxette Hanover won the John W. Miller Memorial Final at Rosecroft in 1994. I gave her a kiss in appreciation for a great race. Wayne Truitt was her driver that night."


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