Cowboy artists bring horses to life on canvas. Now, Duni the Painting Horse takes acrylics into action portraying most colorful paintings as well.
“My brother said if elephants can paint pictures, surely horses can, too. I thought about it, and decided he was right. I’m going to see if I can teach a horse to paint,” remembered Careen Cain at Wakarusa.
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“The sky is all afire, and I’m scared.”
That was the neighbor lady’s frightful voice on the phone when she looked out the window, and saw our pasture was red blazing high into the night sky. Continue reading →
The Fritz’ Mule Fun Day is set for Saturday, April 25, 10 o’clock, at the Circleville Saddle Club Arena on Highway 79, Circleville, Kansas.
“This is a fundraiser for the Fritz Dillner Memorial Shelter House to be constructed at Banner Creek Reservoir near Holton in Jackson County,” according to Deb Dillner, event coordinator. Continue reading →
Volunteerism is essential to the success and survival of most worthwhile organizations producing the broadest long term benefits for so many.
Again reminder came during a program last week when a veteran servant of the group announced retirement, and we looked back at her lifetime never tiring, never ceasing efforts for the good of others. Continue reading →
“Help a horse, lend a hand.”
That’s the ultimate objective, and there’ll be considerable more for anyone interested in horses.
Most importantly, it’ll be a day of information for those who know nothing, little, or have a definite desire to learn more about horses. Specifically those horses that don’t have a home, their owners want to get rid of them, and the ones that are hungry, have been, or are being mistreated in any way. Continue reading →
Special recognition for dedicated service to 4-H club work in Morris County and longtime unending commitment of leadership to the Morris County 4-H Foundation highlighted that group’s annual Lifetime Member Recognition Banquet Friday evening in Council Grove. Continue reading →
Great horses just keep going and going and going.
“Rio is a horse of a lifetime. She’s absolutely the perfect horse if there ever was one,” exclaimed Leah Tenpenny Wilson of Reading.
“I rode and won at rodeos on Rio when I was in junior high, and now our six-year-old daughter Laynie is riding Rio, and winning at rodeos, too,” continued Mrs. Wilson, who along with her husband, Adam, have been lifelong accomplished rodeo contestants. Continue reading →
“Too many people are overpaid and underworked.”
Somebody repeated that last week, as we nodded agreement. It’s actually been said frequently, and sadly probably truer than ever. Continue reading →
“They’ve done really well.”
An understatement if there ever was one.
Lee Reeve returned a call Thursday afternoon from his Reeve Cattle Company office at Garden City. Continue reading →