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You may select from our list of presentations for your group or school. We have several Power Point assisted programs available. We can also prepare a presentation just for you - let us know what you want and we will do our best to customize a program just for you.
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Horses have been an important part of history. We have an entire series of books written from the point of a view of a horses. The books are written to appeal to an audience ranging from middle grades ages to adult. Travel through time with us - learn about amazing events. Meet remarkable people. Discover the important contributions horses have made throughout history. We can do book signings at schools, stores, libraries and for community groups. A horse might even be able to attend a book signing if you would like.
The Fire Horse
For 60 short years the Fire Horse reigned supreme in American cities. When the alarm sounded the horses galloped out of the fire station followed by throngs of running spectators and children on bicycles. As Loula Long Combs wrote in her book, My Revelation, “I wish I had the great gift of a painter of word pictures that I might be able to give you a faint idea of the most thrilling of all horse-drawn vehicles, the fire engine. It thrilled the very young as well as the very old. In the language of today, “If you have never seen a horse-drawn fire engine, you ‘aint seen nuthin’ !”
The Medieval Horse
In the "Middle Ages" there were many types of horses for many different uses. Learn the rules of chivalry and find out what kind of horse you would have had
The American Horse
Many say that had it not been for the horse, the Americans would never have won the Revolution. Find out why and also learn about the many contributions of the horse to America.
Development of Horse Breeds in America
Horses have only been in America for 500 years - or have they? How did they get here and how did all of the breeds that we have in America today come to be?
Coaching in the Gilded Age
Today the word “coaching” means something quite different, but 100 or more years ago it referred to driving four horses put to a coach, known as a “a four-in-hand.” This was an important method for carrying the mail and people from town to town in England in past centuries. Eventually, in the Gilded Age, individuals began to drive private coaches for sport and pleasure. Join us on a rollicking adventure of lifestyles in the Gilded Age.
Women and Horses
From Nefertiti to Annie Oakley to Coco Chanel - women have had a love affair with horses. Meet some amazing women and have a little fun with us to find out if you are a Warrior Woman or a Trendsetter or maybe even a Goddess.
The Mighty Mule
The mule has been an important contributor to the history of the world. There are so many ways to describe a mule: loyal, steadfast, strong, reliable, calm, tolerant, intelligent, stubborn, sensible, patient and much more. Some even say that a mule has a sense of humor. What adjective do you think best describes the mule? By the end of this program we hope you will come to know, love and respect "The Mighty Mule".
The Unsung Heroes of World War I
The horses of WWI were heroes and companions. This presentation tells their story - you will laugh and you will cry.
The Western Migration was a monumental movement that helped spur our nation’s transportation into gear. In this presentation you will meet pioneers, mountain men, famous historical figures and every day families who traveled their way to a better life - all with the help of horses!