Habitat for Horses on Parade
Smokey Culver, Texas Cowboy Poet, was kind enough to be Habitat for Horses’ photographer yesterday, Saturday April 25th, as members of our staff where included in the 40th annual Alvin Rotary Club Frontier Day Parade.
We enjoy doing community events to raise awareness of who we are and what we do – Habitat for Horses is a great place to adopt a horse, donkey, or mini. Giving a rescued / rehabilitated horse a new forever home is a rewarding experience – every domesticated horse deserves a loving home. Our staff loves getting out there and spreading the good word!
The parade included many different types of colorful floats, antique cars and tractors, not to forget all sorts of cowboys and cowgirls. This was Alvin’s kick-off to a full day of events to celebrate the frontier days of ages past. There was a dance, gunfight re-enactment, carnival, all kinds of frontier day festivities!
Habitat for Horses recently lost 100 acres of grazing land needed to feed our rescued horses! Your help is desperately needed! Without this land we can not rescue other abused and neglected horses. Please donate today. Find out more by clicking here.