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Troubled Horses And Broken Humans Help Each Other At Alternative Prison Ranch

Seven years ago professional horse trainer Ginger Gaffney got an unusual call for help. An alternative prison ranch near her northern New Mexico home had horse troubles. Troubles like she’d never seen before. She’s written about it in her new … Continue reading

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The Strange Story Of The Diving Horse Show

An old postcard shows a young woman on horseback in midair as the pair leaps from a huge tower, while a huge crowd looks on. The image is both fascinating and disturbing. Turn the postcard over and you’ll discover the … Continue reading

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‘The Nature of Horses,’ from scrap metal and wood, comes to Denver’s Botanic Gardens

For the last forty years, Montana artist Deborah Butterfield has focused on horses, horses and more horses, creating more than 1,000 life-sized sculptures crafted from found wood that is then cast in bronze or from scrap metal. These sculptures look skeletal, yet each … Continue reading

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Celebracion de los Charros

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Photographs of 4H at the 2010 Colorado State Fair

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Broken: A Love Story an interview with author Lisa Jones

An interview that I produced last year, re-aired yesterday. Listen

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