Saturday, December 3, 2011

Memorial for Horses Lost in Fire


A big thanks must go to the owners of the six horses that were lost in the Memorial Day fire at True Prospect Farm.

Each owner has purchased a pear tree in memory of their horse, and the trees have been planted along the driveway at our farm in Cochranville, PA. The trees were organized by Charla's owner, Densey Juvonen.



Smartpak Equine were also nice enough to make plaques with each horse's name on it, which are mounted on stones. I think that this is a great way to memorialize the wonderful horses that were lost in the fire. As time goes on the tragedy becomes more distant, however the horses will never be forgotten.

5 comments:

  1. Simply beautiful! Well done, well done! These horses will never be forgotten and now every spring, they will flower and bear fruit...what a wonderful way to remember them

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  2. What a lovely way to say Good Bye, brings tears to my eyes. Beautiful :-)

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  3. What a wonderful way to remember them. That's Densey for you....... Miss you all. Hope to see you in Aiken next year.

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  4. Very Heart warming to see these amazing horses become part of your farm forever. Could it be done more beautifully? I think not.

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