barn. Sunday , November 19th , 2017 - 20:55:34 PM
I hope that you are enjoying the precious transition that is taking place all around us. Not only is Mother Nature releasing what no longer serves her, but as her children, we are transitioning as well. Just as our powerful sister Snake sheds the skin which is dead and done, we too must let die what must die. Life is always a constant life/death/life cycle and Nature creates the perfect palette for us to paint upon as we dance our death.
Modern commercial culture often promotes what I call "a sense of lack," a constant, gnawing belief that something is missing. If only we had another car, a better car, a bigger house, a more lavish kitchen, a trip to St. Thomas - or whatever - then we would finally be set.
Of course, not every horse owner in Tennessee owns a Tennessee Walking Horse, but since it is the official state horse of Tennessee, it is worth noting that the town of Shelbyville hosts a National Celebration of this uniquely identifiable horse every year. Drawing over 30,000 breeders, exhibitors, and spectators from across the country, the Celebration also includes a barn decorating contest (which isn't surprising given how important barns are to owning horses of any kind), plus it also showcases the unique physiology and the exceptional gait of the Walking Horse. These horses can quickly outdistance most other horses without expending much energy thanks to their "rocking chair canter" (which is actually a collected gallop). Other fun facts about the Tennessee Walking Horse; it was one of the breeds used as the Lone Ranger's horse, Silver, as the successor to the original Trigger, and as the mascot of the University of Southern California's Trojans football team.
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