IEA Online Exhibit, "Horse Power and Grace"
I'm pleased to participate in the All IEA Online Exhibit, "Horse Power and Grace". A wonderful, diverse, grouping of Equine Art, from some of the best IEA Member Equine Artists working today! Works included are by IEA Master Signature Members, IEA Signature Members, and IEA Associate Members!
These dapple grays headed out for work to pull the 103rd Annual Cheyenne Frontier Days hay wagon and junior got to tag along. This pint-sized paint draft colt became one of the stars when he was included in the parade festivities. Many of the foals of the working drafts are herded together in a holding corral--their day care center for the day. They neigh in high-pitch squealsand kick up their heels, displaying their protest at being separated from Mom.
The American Belgians are often taller and not as heavy as their European ancestors. They are predominately chestnut in color with blond manes and tails. This pair was maneuvering an obstacle course competition at the Colorado State Fair in Pueblo. What a sight and sound they make as they move through the course, harness chains ringing and hooves pounding.