Volunteer for The Horse Fund

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Horse Fund is the single most influential all volunteer advocacy group dedicated to equine protection. Based in the U.S., The Horse Fund act as lobbyists and industry watchdogs using imaginative strategies and innovative campaigns. Get involved. Join us. Together let's see what we can do for horses. We are currently seeking horse lovers 18… Continue reading Volunteer for The Horse Fund

Christmas shop with us for beautiful, one of a kind gifts

Updated 10:20 PM by VIVIAN We love the design Collections we have put together at Zazzle.com/HorseFund. So many pretty and fun gift ideas for horse lovers and advocates and much, much more. One of our most popular designs is our Born to Love Horses. Available a wide range of apparel for a wide variety of… Continue reading Christmas shop with us for beautiful, one of a kind gifts

Five horsey things you didn’t know about Jennifer Lawrence

Horse Nation have a fun piece on their site about 22 year-old Oscar winning actress Jennifer Lawrence who hails from Louisville, Kentucky (yea!) and grew up on a horse farm. Well, I have given away the first one. Here's another. Jennifer grew up riding horses -- bareback on untrained horses -- and has the scars… Continue reading Five horsey things you didn’t know about Jennifer Lawrence

Share your love for horses with us this Valentine’s Day

Share your love for horses with us at the Int'l Fund for Horses this Valentine's Day. Honor someone special or treat yourself to some love right to your front door. HONOR SOMEONE Make a donation for $14.00 or more in honor of your special someone and we will send them a unique and beautiful Valentine… Continue reading Share your love for horses with us this Valentine’s Day

How ‘Black Beauty’ changed the way we see horses

Cross-posted from KERA News for North Texas part of the NPR digital network WRITTEN BY MICHELLE NORRIS NPR's Backseat Book Club is back! And we begin this round of reading adventures with a cherished classic: Black Beauty by Anna Sewell. Generations of children and adults have loved this book. With vivid detail and simple, yet… Continue reading How ‘Black Beauty’ changed the way we see horses

Love of horses propels writer

Louisville native turns youthful experiences into novel for girls By Tamara Ikenberg tikenberg@courier-journal.com ------------------------------------- Forget about boys. In "A Horse of Her Own" (Feiwel and Friends, $16.95), the first book by Louisville-born Annie Wedekind, 14-year-old Jane Ryan's heart belongs to her four-legged love, Beau. "Horse" is set in the same Kentucky environs where Wedekind, 34,… Continue reading Love of horses propels writer