Reimagining Today’s Horse for Tomorrow’s World
I heard a neigh. Oh, such a brisk and melodious neigh it was. My very heart leapt with the sound. —Nathaniel Hawthorne
To the horses romping in the fields near my home, thank you for bringing me back to the natural world. Your beauty ever-majestic and your frolicking ever-engaging give this work meaning. In humility, I thank you.
To the storytellers, mythmakers, artists, poets, authors, playwrights, filmmakers, composers, and others across time and place who bring us transcendental blue horses, winged horses, and prisms and glasses through which to see horses and ourselves from many angles as we befriend horses and ride them to the sandcastles of our dreams, thank you for expanding our vision, sensibilities, and soulful journeys.
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