Event provides “Winter Hay” for horses in need


Thursday, November 14th, 2013
Issue 46, Volume 17.


Event provides “Winter Hay” for horses in need - Malary Greenwood photo. - Horse trainer Alessandra Deerinick demonstrates ways of communicating and relating with horses at the “Winter Hay” benefit for rescued horses Nov. 9 at Horse Spirit Ranch in Bonsall.  
Horse trainer Alessandra Deerinick demonstrates ways of communicating and relating with horses at the “Winter Hay” benefit for rescued horses Nov. 9 at Horse Spirit Ranch in Bonsall.  

Event provides “Winter Hay” for horses in need - Malary Greenwood photo. - Jessenia Villatolo, 11, gently rubs Aiyanna’s soft muzzle at the “Winter Hay” fundraiser where all proceeds benefited fostered horses. Aiyanna is a rescued foal.
Jessenia Villatolo, 11, gently rubs Aiyanna’s soft muzzle at the “Winter Hay” fundraiser where all proceeds benefited fostered horses. Aiyanna is a rescued foal.

Event provides “Winter Hay” for horses in need - Malary Greenwood photo. - The House to Home Foundation team and those who helped put on the benefit are, from left, Alessandra Deerinck, Debra Hilgendorf, President Tom Koretke, Cindy Koretke, Linda Holst, and Lynne Hayes, owner of Horse Spirit Ranch.
The House to Home Foundation team and those who helped put on the benefit are, from left, Alessandra Deerinck, Debra Hilgendorf, President Tom Koretke, Cindy Koretke, Linda Holst, and Lynne Hayes, owner of Horse Spirit Ranch.

Event provides “Winter Hay” for horses in need - Malary Greenwood photo. - Robert Hayes strums his guitar and sings for guests at the “Winter Hay” benefit Nov 9.
Robert Hayes strums his guitar and sings for guests at the “Winter Hay” benefit Nov 9.

Event provides “Winter Hay” for horses in need - Malary Greenwood photo. - Majestique, a six-month-old filly, entertained guests at the benefit and is the only female Iberian Warmblood of a Kiger Mustang and Brazilian Mangalarga Marchador in the world.
Majestique, a six-month-old filly, entertained guests at the benefit and is the only female Iberian Warmblood of a Kiger Mustang and Brazilian Mangalarga Marchador in the world.

Event provides “Winter Hay” for horses in need - Malary Greenwood photo. - Debbie George, left, and Linda Holst walk a horse and her foal for the guests to watch during lunch at the fundraiser which also included a horse clinic, silent auction and raffles. 
Debbie George, left, and Linda Holst walk a horse and her foal for the guests to watch during lunch at the fundraiser which also included a horse clinic, silent auction and raffles. 


 

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