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Hello there. Busy day? Take a breath and wander away to the Bluegrass for a minute or so with the latest Equine ER video (click here.) I will also have another post tomorrow. You get a double dose this week.

 Meanwhile, for those of you in Kentucky,  I am going to be at the John Henry Memorial Equine Adoption fair Saturday June 27 at Lexington’s Kentucky Horse Park. It starts at 4:30 p.m. I’ll be pre-selling the book and showing the Equine ER video series. I want to plug the fair for a moment because it’s so important. The event is the park’s response to the widespread “plight of abused and neglected horses” and features adoptable horses from several equine rescue organizations. John Henry was one of the horse park’s most famous residents. He was a blue-collar gelding who succeeded in a world that values bluebloods, becoming the first Thoroughbred to win over $6 million. He died in 2007. I went to his funeral at the horse park, where dignitaries spoke and a chocolate donut graced the mercurial horse’s grave. (He was a chocolate freak.)

        The fair will also include a live and silent auction, and all proceeds will benefit the Kentucky Horse Council’s Save Our Horses (SOHO) fund. For more info: 859.259.4209. Thank you for visiting this blog

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