UPDATE: This Project is now EXTENDED till the end of December!
It’s here! Below is a list of some of the equine art that is for sale and benefiting Mylestone Equine Rescue. Art Of The Horse Saves A Horse is a one of a kind project that helps horses around the world through art. Each month we are featuring a new equine rescue that will provide five reference photos of their adoptable horses for our artists to feature in their art. 50% of each painting/sculpture/etc. is given to the charity to help save a horse through feed lots/abuse cases, medical/vet fees and general maintenance of the horses. Would you like to add to or start your equine art collection and help save a horse in need?
Will you help us save them?
Below is the equine art available at this time-with more coming!
All images provided by Rein Photography and used with permission-Thank you, Rein Photography.
Tango- is around 22 years old and a gelding. He was part of a large scale cruelty case Mylestone took in a few months ago. He needed to gain 150lbs+. He was in desperate need of farrier care and had long cracked hooves. He has really come around and is fed 5 meals a day of a mash to help gain weight back along with hay and pasture. It is wonderful to see him and his buddy Marley gallop out in the pasture together. They coming running at feeding time!
There are four completed portraits of Tango, with several more in progress.
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20+ year old gelding about 14.3 hands. He is not ridable due to a pinched nerve in his neck. He was badly abused at some point in his life and picks the people he trusts. Needs an experienced horse person to work around him who is patient and kind. Cloudy is a good companion who likes to play. He is very smart with an inquisitive nature.
There are several works of art featuring Cloudy that will be shown as soon as they are completed.
Piper is in her late teens about 14.1 hands. She was a horrible starvation case we took in 2011. She is not ridable only a companion horse. She enjoys attention but can be quirky, so she needs an experienced horse person to work with her. She is not great for the farrier and is sedated to have her hooves trimmed. Piper is overall an easy keeper and currently lives out with another mare.
There are several more paintings of Piper in progress and they will be shown as soon as they are completed.
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Marley is a 20 year old who was also part of a large scale cruelty case we took in a few months ago. He needed to gain 75 more pounds. Marley loves his food and can’t get to the bucket fast enough. He is feed mash 5 times a day to help him with gaining weight. He is not able to eat hay as well so he really needs all the mashes to maintain his weight. He and Tango are best buddies and enjoy being out together grazing in the pasture. Marley may be lightly ridable but we don’t know for sure at this time. We want to get him back in good condition before seeing if he is ridable.
There are several other art works featuring Marley that are currently in progress.
Elissa Laver Wights Mountain, QLD, Australia ·
“Sundance” White pencil drawing on black paper, 29×42 cm $250 + shipping with 50% going to Mylestone Equine Rescue.
Sundance is in his late teens, about 15.3 hands. He was badly abused when he came and not always easy to handle. He has come a long way and thrives on routine. He does better with women than men. He is a wonderful companion and makes friends easily. He does crib. He needs to be sedated to have his hooves trimmed. In the past he was abused by a farrier so he gets very nervous. He is a beautiful horse with a sweet personality.
There are several other art works featuring Sundance in progress.
WORK IN PROGRESS – More info coming soon. Created by Cadienne Lorenz
So, here are the completed works of art featuring the horses from Mylestone! There are several more work in progress pieces-as soon as they are all completed or nearly completed I will be creating a part two and share them all with you. Until then, please browse these images consider adding one or more to your equine art collection and help a horse in need! Which is your favorite? Please SHARE this article by copying the link in the address bar or clicking the “share” buttons at the end of this article! Thank you for your support.