Photo Contest – Your Turn to Vote
June 1. 2013
Guaranteed – If anyone thinks making the decision on the final photos was easy, they are wrong. We went through around 500 entries yesterday, spreading our favorites out before others, trying to match the very best of the best.
The goal was to have nine for the final vote but, in the end, we just couldn’t do it. There are twelve in the final stage instead of nine. You guys have done a fantastic job, and I thank each of you for participating. If you didn’t make the final cut, there will be another chance in a few months..
The voting page is up, and now the public is invited to give your own opinion. Only one vote per person to prevent someone from trying to cram the results. The winner will be announced on the 15th of June.
While you are voting, please consider what we are trying to show – a horse rescued from a 501.c.3 rescue that shows the personality and the special relationship of the adopter and the horse.
The winner will receive 1,000 pounds of horse feed from your local Purina Feed Dealer. Habitat for Horses will pay for the feed, you pick it up and use it as you see fit. Some even suggested donating it to the rescue, which I think is a great idea.
One more thing – I’ve said this before but I want to stress it – winning a photo contest is great, but not winning is okay, too, because each of you already won. Don’t believe me? Ask your horse.
The final voting is open to everyone! To see the final twelve and to cast your vote for the winner – CLICK HERE!
Habitat for Horses is a 501.c.3 nonprofit equine protection organization supported solely by donations. As of this morning, we have 162 donkeys and horses under our care, plus one mule. Most of them are here because law enforcement removed them from their previous owner. Our ability to rehabilitate and rehome them comes from the financial support of people like you. Please support us by making a donation for the horses we all serve. Click HERE to donate
Habitat for Horses is always on the lookout for a few great people at our ranches. The work is unique, the animals are special and we want folks who both know and understand the special connection our animals need.
Don’t forget – if you have adopted a horse from Habitat for Horses we want to show you how much we appreciate your support tomorrow at our Manvel Texas Ranch! Find out more! http://www.habitatforhorses.org/share-your-hfh-horse-adoption-story/