One more entry? Sure, why not?
Today's last featured entry comes from Kirsten Wellman of White Horse Productions. Thanks so much for entering, Kirsten!
|Nymphenburg "Stürzendes Pferd" aka Fallen Horse, produced 1916|
|Waiting for paint---some are mine, some belong to my customers|
|"I weigh HOW much?! This scale must be broken!"|
|Purdy spots, Stone spots, blue spots, Breyer spots, even canine spots|
|My biggest equine passion is for Thoroughbreds and horse racing. I've been collecting newspaper articles about favorite horses since I first fell in love with Swale in 1984, and for my birthday several years ago, my sister made me a lovely album to keep them in. My racing memorabilia spans about 5 albums now, but here is a collage of some of the pages.|
|The elusive turquoise and black HR Black Bisque Zebra, made 1959 only.|
|Barbaro, CM Swaps by me, a portrait of the ill-fated 2006 Kentucky Derby winner. I began following him when he was a 2 year-old running on turf with no Derby aspirations, and once he switched to dirt, I thought for sure he was going to be The One we had all been waiting for. I still wonder what might have been.|
|I have a PAM problem. Here are 4 of the approximately 60+ PAMs in my conga. The rest can be seen on my website.|
|CM Wintersong by me in the snow|
|Popular gelding The Tin Man greets the adoring paparazzi after winning the 2006 G1 Arlington Million at Arlington Park, my local track.|