Man’s Other Best Friend; The Horse Hannah Stonefield September 30, 2003
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“Look back at our struggle for freedom, trace our present day’s strength to its source; And you’ll find man’s pathway to glory is strewn with the bones of a horse.” -Anonymous
-New York Times, 1931
“Beyond jumping, hauling, conveying, racing, or any other work, the horse teaches. Sometimes it’s confidence; other times, humility. Or respect. Honesty, Fairness. A lesson in overcoming this penchant we have for impatience or in defeating fear--of falling, of failing, or even of loving something frail as a horse or any other creature.”-Michael J. Rosen