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California Horses – Part V

Our last California shoot was of an unflappable horse named Morgan and her stable mates. Whether it was crashing waves or redwood forest Morgan calmly gave her all for the camera. (She is actually a Morgan Horse and has a longer name.)

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California Horses

Santa Cruz Mountains Going from dusty paddocks to the lush pastures in the Santa Cruz Mountains was a pleasant change. The horses at this location were owned by individuals who graciously offered to allow us […]

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California Horses

Wilbur-Cruce Spanish Horse RANCHO DEL SUEÑO Fewer than 200 of these horses exist in the world today. They are the direct descendants of the horses brought to the New World from Spain by Padre Kino […]

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California Horses

California Lusitanos I recently returned from a reunion (which took place in California) of some of the equine photographers who have traveled the world with Tony Stromberg . Of course, this was also a photography […]

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Horses of Andalusia, Spain

Hacienda Buena Suerte Andalusia is “horse country” in Spain, but it’s not just PRE horses. At Haciendo Buena Suerte we photographed PRE, Lusitano (a close first cousin of the PRE), and even a couple of […]

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Horses of Andalusia, Spain

Yeguada Cartuja While the PRE (Pure Spanish Horse) is one of the oldest breed of horses, a strain of the PRE called Carthusian is said to be the purest of the breed. This line is […]

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PHOTOGRAPHING HORSES IN IDAHO

Travel opportunities have been limited this past year, but in June I was able to travel to Idaho to photograph one of my favorite subjects. At the Western Pleasure Guest Ranch, which caters to photographers, […]

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