Bonfire Horses and Civilization T-Shirt Campaign.

Horse Fund launches “What civilization owes the horse” t-shirt campaign

Updated 11/06/2016


“The history of mankind is carried on the back of a horse.”

We have long been inspired by this quote and have turned it into a t-shirt campaign to raise awareness about the relevance to mankind of the domestication of the horse.

Nigel Tallis of the British Museum wrote these words about the horse and civilization:

“For 5000 years the horse has been an ever present ally in war and peace. Civilizations have risen and fallen on their backs. Evidence of the horse’s use is seen everywhere. Yet somehow, following the increasing pace of mechanization in the 1930s, we have so quickly forgotten how indebted we are to the domestication of this magnificent animal.”

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Prices start at $16.00 for a youth tee and $18.00 for an adult tee. Also available on sweatshirts and hoodies. Shop now.

Please share far and wide. Thank you.

2 thoughts on “Horse Fund launches “What civilization owes the horse” t-shirt campaign”

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  2. I almost failed the intelligence test. I selected the navy unisex tee then thought blimey, where do you choose the size?

    You gotta click the “buy now” button which takes you to the next screen where you can do all that. I like it too that you can pay with PayPal (which I am used to) or some other card.

    The artwork is really special. Will be hanging on to this tee for a long time, I can tell. Hope you do something like this again next year. Thanks.


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