Join Ginger and The Cloud Foundation at Equine Affaire in Ohio + Event in Loveland, CO

Ginger Kathrens will give several presentations on wild horses at Equine Affaire in Columbus, Ohio April 8-11th

The Cloud Foundation will also be selling books, DVDs, posters, breyer models and more to support our work to protect and preserve our wild herds in the west. Come visit us at booth #819 in the Celeste Center Building. More details on the Cloud Foundation Calender and check out the Equine Affaire website here.

Plus: “My Life with Horses” on Wednesday, April 14 at 6pm at The Ranch in Loveland, Colorado – free and open to the public. Click here for flier: Loveland Event Flier


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14 Responses to “Join Ginger and The Cloud Foundation at Equine Affaire in Ohio + Event in Loveland, CO”

  1. Rachel Yoder Says:

    I will definatley be there! This should be awesome

  2. Janet Ferguson Says:

    This brings to mind a trip I took many (many) years ago with 3 other riders from Shenandoah Center at Eagle Ridge, Galena, IL.

    On the way to the Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus, OH, we stopped for gas and were having such a “blast” we left and didn’t pay. . . soon, however, the Highway Patrol caught up with us, and, somehow, that was also very funny at the time, so we took pictures while we were escorted back to the gas station. . .ah. . . what IS it about being 25?

  3. Jill Says:

    Thank you, Ginger, for continuously helping the wild horses and working so hard to spread the word of their plight. And for working diligently to gain more and more support for their lives, well being, protection and for their freedom.

    Your words resonate in my mind and heart… “Do not become discouraged…”

  4. jo bunny Says:

    ginger, will you be attending the equine affaire in massachusetts in november, too??? blink? blink? blink?

  5. LOUIE COCROFT Says:

    DOES GINGER RIDE WITH JUST A HALTER? HER HORSE ALWAYS LOOKS SO COMFORTABLE AND RELAXED–THE WAY A HORSE SHOULD BE.

  6. Marilyn Wargo Says:

    Wow, I do not know when you snuck in Loveland, but I will be there! mar

    Louie, Hackamores are made without bits…

  7. LOUIE COCROFT Says:

    MAR, I GUESS I THOUGHT THAT WAS A HALTER. IT JUST DIDN’T LOOK LIKE A HACKAMORE.

  8. Marilyn Wargo Says:

    Is there camping at The Ranch?? Or nearby? mar

  9. LOUIE COCROFT Says:

    I USED TO SIT ON MY HORSE FOR HOURS, WITH JUST A HALTER, SO HE COULD GRAZE WHERE THE GRASS WAS GOOD AND FRESH IN THE SPRING. SOME OF MY BEST MEMORIES. THAT YEAR, WHEN HE SHED OUT, HIS COAT WAS BEAUTIFUL.

    • Marilyn Wargo Says:

      I used to do that too, Louie. My mustang was very smart and I used to just tie him to a stake in our big yard and let graze the early grass before taking him up to several unfenced hay fields we had a quarter mile up the road. He could roll on that rope and never get tangled as he always knew where it was. It took me a while to be sure of him as I was ever worried he could get hurt. He never got in trouble. mar

  10. Linda H Says:

    This was just tied down last week–Press Releases went out this week. It should be a good turnout. I hope you can come Marilyn, and there is camping on the west side of Loveland–I’ll check more possibilities.

  11. Paul in San Diego Says:

    I sent a bunch of emails and never heard back. I am not much of a help, but it looks like the big NEWS bliltz wasn’t needed after all.

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