is dedicated to all those horses who fought in battle.
those who taught us to dance the wind.
a flower and say that it is beautiful.
sun rise and set and say that is breathtake'ng.
beautiful scents of Spring and say this is wonderful.
We see a
circle'ng far above us and say this is majesty.
what do we say to you who dance beneath us and lift our souls
joys we never knew existed?
poem by D.Clarke
to look at these horses in chronological order. However, history being
what it is, the exact chronological order may be as elusive as the
breed statistics. Therefore, what you are witnessing in these pages is
my scholarly rich guess augmented by the Encyclopedia Americana and the
Illustrated Oxford Dictionary. Information will be updated or added to
this site as it becomes available. Left click on the purple ribbon will
take you to an on-line petition you can sign against the cruel
of horses. Some pages take longer than others to load due to intensive graphics and music,
it's worth the wait.
horses, dogs, birds, or other not listed who fought with us in battle,
are not diminished because we do not look at them here, but deserve
praise and honor.
The purple ribbon is linked to a petition for
treatment of animals.
The "Say Neigh!" button is linked to a site about
A memorial to Chuck Grant, Father of American Dressage
to join ultimate_dressage
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Music is an excerpt from "The Minstrel Boy"
by James Galway from his CD "The Celtic Minstrel" (RCA Victor)
Horse head clip art from: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Flats/1592
Stage coach clip art from: http://hometown.aol.com/toptwo1221/Clipart.htm
WebPages by D.Clarke