Archives for October 2007

American Paint Horse Association

The American Paint Horse Association (APHA) is a breed registry for the American Paint Horse. It is currently headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. It was founded in 1965 with the merging of two different color breed registries that had been formed to register pinto-colored horses of Quarter Horse bloodlines.

Return to Freedom

Return To Freedom is dedicated to preserving the freedom, diversity and habitat of America’s wild horses through sanctuary, education and conservation, while enriching the human spirit through direct experience with the natural world.

Shelly Asche

In 1976, the dream began while reading her father’s Horsemen’s Journal. In it there was an article on the Art of Racing with images created by Fred Stone, Richard Stone Reeves, Jenness Cortez and others that lit the fire. From that day forward Shelly knew she wanted to be an equine artist.

Riding Between the Worlds

In this powerful follow-up to her groundbreaking work The Tao of Equus, Kohanov introduces new, provocative theories about the human-horse connection, theories supported by in-depth evidence from the round pen. “Horses,” she maintains, “model an embodied spirituality, one that is both fully present in this world and deeply connected to the soul’s divine origins.” Kohanov explores how these animals support us on both levels, leading us to unexpected realizations about fear, intuition, awareness, empowerment, and above all, authenticity.