Love is in the air, in all kind of ways.
A terrific supporter of the Fund for Horses invites you to make a $7 donation to us today, St. Valentine’s Day, and he will double it to $14 all day long, in honour of the horses he so greatly loves.
Now that’s a sweetheart of a deal!
PayPal the Fund for Horses here. It’s fast, free and secure. Thank you so very much.
We have been working since last October moving the Fund for Horses website to WordPress.
Please check it out when you have a few minutes, and make sure to mark it so you can visit us there whenever you like.
Being hosted by WordPress it is more than just a static site. You can like and share all over the place and more.
Another bonus to our new website is you can easily come back here whenever you like. Our five most recent Tuesday’s Horse posts are linked in the sidebar.
We also have a handy page with links to all of your favourite Reports by Jane Allin, plus our ever popular Premstoppers® campaign.
Please visit our Advocacy page and take action against horse slaughter and horse soring.
It’s a pretty deep site, so you can find pretty much anything including information about horse care resources, our ever popular horse quotes plus spiritual resources from our original website in or around 2003.
Here are two of our favourites:
“Never, never be afraid to do what’s right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society’s punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way.”
— Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968)
Until he extends the circle of compassion to all living things, man will not himself find peace.
— Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965)
Merry Christmas everyone. Thank you so much for following us and being such great champions for one of the greatest gifts to all mankind — the horse. We are grateful and prayerful for them and you.
Here’s a lovely poem.
A Heavenly Ride
BY CONNIE MARCUM WONG
I love to ride in morning breeze
On paths surrounding forest trees
To share the scent of pine fresh air
Where fine mist lingers in my hair.
My steed is white with soft gray nose
We gallup on through drifting snows
As snow drops settle soft and light
To make our Christmas spirit bright.
We stop to rest near mountain crest
And view an eagle’s flight to nest
High above in a lofty pine
To dwell in nature quite divine.
I lift my eyes into the skies
While bathed in colors of sunrise
And I give thanks this Christmas day
For all His blessings as I pray.
“In the steady gaze of the horse shines a silent eloquence that speaks of love and loyalty, strength and courage. It is the window that reveals to us how willing is his spirit, how generous his heart.” ~ Author Unknown