Cross-posted from the Langley Times
B.C. CANADA — Langley youth are being given the opportunity to lend their voice to a horse.
Yvonne Allen, founder of the Langley-based Voice for the Horse Foundation, is inviting anyone up to the age of 18 to enter the first annual Children’s Wild Horse Writing Competition, sponsored by her non-profit foundation.
The question entrants are being asked to answer is: “What do you think horses would be telling you if they could speak?”
The contest was inspired by Atticus, a wild stallion which made its home in Deadman Valley, just west of Kamloops until it was captured, along with a number of other animals in the herd.
The article goes on to say:
The writing contest is open to children and teens in both Canada and the U.S. and there is no charge to participate.