Dashdorji, also known as Dasher, was born in the Mongolian countryside and grew up with animals as a part of his life. At a young age he started down the path as an artist, and he eventually received attention and training in his native country.
After Dasher moved to the United States, a chance meeting enabled him to forge a connection to The Beresford Gallery while he had a job cleaning stalls at a Maryland farm.
Hope for Horses, a Texas equine rescue group, is attempting to rescue more than 60 neglected horses. Law enforcement officers found the malnourished horses on a 50-acre ranch in Lewisville, Texas. The owner agreed to surrender the herd of Pony of the Americas mares, foals, yearlings and stallions.
The horses have body condition scores from 1 to 4, defined as “poor” to “moderately thin.”
EquestrianProfessional.com will host a free equine law seminar at 1:00 p.m. EST on Dec. 14. Equine law attorney Julie I. Fershtman will discuss equine law and answer questions during the seminar titled, “What Every Horse Business Person Needs to Know About the Law.”
The Kentucky Horse Park and The Kentucky Equine Humane Center have good news for the state’s unwanted horses. John Nicholson, Executive Director of the Kentucky Horse Park, announced that the park will accept rescue horses from KyEHC for re-training and rehabilitation.
KyEHC employees asked for assistance after receiving a number of unwanted pregnant mares. While touring the KyEHC facility, Kathy Hopkins, Equine Director for the Kentucky Horse Park, noticed a number of other horses she thought the park could help through their Professional Horseman's course.