Sunday, January 21, 2018

Evening Feeding

16x12" acrylic
on 2" gallery-wrapped canvas
 
These three horses are rescues at Live and Let Live Farm in Chichester, NH.  The two mustangs on the left were rescued as 6 week-old foals when they were separated from their mothers during a controversial round-up in New Mexico.  Because they were tiny foals, they weren't worth their weight in freight to ship to the meat rendering factory and left in the desert to die. For a month, they were too sick and weak to travel, but eventually arrived at the farm, where they were cared for. That was several years ago, but now they are healthy and well and have been given Navajo names (Ayasha and Enapay). The paint horse (Kieli) was born here at the farm as a result of a PMU pregnancy, and is considered one of the farm's horses.
I am happy to be able to help raise aid for Live and Let Live Farm, as they are a great example of caring and kindness to our animal friends.

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