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Learn All About Horses
Newsletter May 1, 2002

Learn All About Horses Newsletter . News From the Horse Barn 
May 1, 2002 
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News From the Horse Barn!

We have a new look this edition. The website newsletter is still live and kicking; this format is simply more efficient for mailing. Clicking any Learn All About Horses Newsletter link will get you the full experience, so--see you there!

This edition is filled with new information (like I promised last time), including the winning stories in our contest. Congratulations to Christine, Rachael, and Mel! Enjoy your posters as much as I enjoyed your stories. Stories are published on the For Kids Who Love Horses page.

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  • Reader Profile--Wendi and Cheyenne
  • Featured Website---The LIFE Foundation
  • Tidbit of Horse Wisdom
  • Wild Horses of the United States
  • Subscribers Contributions

  • Featured Website---The LIFE Foundation
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    Our featured website this month is The LIFE Foundation. This site is a wild and abused horse rescue site that offers a world of information on wild horses and burros, as well as very sound counsel on adopting and caring for horses.

    Due to the untimely death of its founder, this site is no longer active, but the information remains in tribute. It is well worth visiting.

    Wild Horses and Burros

    Tidbit of Horse Wisdom
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    Horses and people are constantly learning, and too often, learning the wrong behavior happens more quickly than learning to behave appropriately. Which is one reason that inexperienced horses do not mix well with experienced handler/riders. Either the horse or the person MUST know what they are doing! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Wild Horses of the United States
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    This article might be a little controversial, but it is information that needs to be considered. Please read with an open mind. It's the only way we can help.

    The United States Government will spend almost $30,000,000 to provide for and protect the estimated 50,000 wild horses in the Western United States. A large portion of this money will go to finance the Adopt- A-Horse program, where horses are removed from overstocked rangelands through private adoption. Also financed are...

    Wild Horses of the United States

    Subscribers Contributions
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    Shonda, a fifth grader, and a close friend of Wendi's, and the previous owner of Cheyenne ( see Reader's Profile), penned this poem entitled: When Cheyenne Died

    When Cheyenne died, I cried. I thought she would live forever, but she died.

    She roamed through the pasture wild and free. She jumped the cattle guard, now I see.

    She died for a reason, I don't know. Why? Sometime, I will find out. But not tonight.

    Subscribers Contributions

    Reader Profile--Wendi and Cheyenne
    This is Wendi on Cheyenne. Cheyenne was killed in tragic accident not long after this picture was taken. She is very much missed and was chosen for the reader's profile as a memorial to her and to the young lady who loves her.

    Wendi loves horses and loves to ride. This picture was taken on the Ft. Griffin Trail Ride (that's in Texas), a two-day overnight ride that presents different and interesting challenges each year. Wendi is experienced at camping with people and horses. And with a smile like that, she has to be fun to be around!

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