Friday, July 24, 2009
Wild Horse Adoption Day!
September 26 is NATIONAL Wild Horse & Burro Adoption Day and there are contests for those of you 18 and under.
Look here for the contest rules & links to wild horse games: National WH Adoption Day Youth Section
Look here to be put on their emailing list: National WH Adoption Day
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Terri Farley @ 4:17 AM
Awesomeness! Can't wait to get writing.
I entered the competition Mrs. Farley.. do you know when it ends??
I thought of two good names...Ku'ipo (Hawaiian for Sweetheart) if it's a mare or filly and Thunderhead if it's a colt or stallion (or gelding).I wasn't able to download the entry rules, though.
I believe the competition ends on August first.
Autumn, try copying this link into your browser http://www.nationalwildhorseadoptionday.org/misc/naming-contest.pdf
to get the rules!
i would have loved to enter but it's only for US citezins :( but if i had been able to enter I would have picked 'Peta' or 'Taipa'. They're not the most graceful names, but they're both native american and had meaning behind them :) Peta because it's native american for 'golden eagle' and the mascot looks buckskin, and of course horses have wings :P... i thought it was also fitting because there is an animal welfare group called PETA *winks*. and 'Taipa' means 'spread wings' :) adopting the mustangs is like giving them a second set of wings :)
good luck to everyone who enters!
All the best