Horse lovers and specialists alike congregate at Catherine Violet Hubbard’s Animal Sanctuary

Revealed: July 31, 2022 07:00

On July 16, the Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary hosted a For the Love of Horses occasion at its property on Previous Farm Highway.

The day started with a coloration guard ceremony by the Governor’s Second Firm Horse Guard, adopted by a journey on the observe. Many horse-related organizations have organized tables to share their data. There have been enjoyable hands-on actions like a Donna Collins hoof trimming demonstration.

Many youngsters had an opportunity to brush Little Bear’s coat, who got here to the occasion with the Newtown Bridle Lands Affiliation. Rising Starr Rescue introduced two lovely mini horses who had been having fun with many pets.

Abigail Nemec of Publish College had horseshoes of all configurations and dimensions and talked concerning the anatomy of the foot. Mary Brown is an power employee who has talked to guests about power fields and horse chakras. Dr. Denise Branecky of Fairfield Equine in Newtown answered all questions associated to the horse’s well being.

Hailey Mitri works on Belle’s foot as barefoot trimmer Donna Collins watches through the Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary’s For the Love of Horses occasion on July 16. —Picture by Lucy Prybylski

Abigail Nemec of Publish College had horseshoes of all configurations and dimensions and an actual horse foot. —Picture by Tracy Van Buskirk

The Newtown Bridle Lands Affiliation introduced a pleasant horse for youths to brush: photograph by Lucy Prybylski

Sadie Grassi tried to brush a horse as Lucy Prybylski of the Newtown Bridle Lands Affiliation watches. —Picture by Tracy Van Buskirk

The day started with a Coloration Guard ceremony by members of the Second Firm Governor’s Horse Guard. —Picture by Tracy Van Buskirk

Emily Mitri learns clear a horse’s hoof. —Picture by Lucy Prybylski

Fairfield Equine’s Dr. Denise Branecky had a horse cranium that she used to explain the particular anatomy of a horse’s head. —Picture by Tracy Van Buskirk

The Second Firm Governor’s Horse Guards led a observe journey through the occasion – Picture by Lucy Prybylski

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