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The Diary of DaVinci

Click the play button below to watch the video Meet DaVinci

Read Installments from The Diary
11: Clyde-itis - May 12, 2008
10: Moving Forward - December 13, 2007
9: Object Training - August 16, 2007
8: Feeling Alive - May 9, 2007
7: You Decide - May 9, 2007
6: The Secret and the Horse - April 20, 2007
5: Follow the Leader - Mar 1, 2007
4: It's All Good - Feb 10, 2007
3: Hooves & Feathers - Feb 6, 2007
2: Wings - Jan 7, 2007
1: Re-foaling - Dec 4, 2006

Watch DaVinci's Videos
DaVinci and the Clyde - May 12, 2008
Moving Forward
- December 13, 2007
Meet DaVinci
- October 2, 2007
Object Training - August 16, 2007
Fancy Footwork
- May 9, 2007
Head Games - May 9, 2007
Walking the Neighborhood - Apr 20, 2007
Trailer Loading - Mar 1, 2007
Sponging - Feb 10, 2007
Dancing - Jan 23, 2007
 

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Meet DaVinci

DaVinci hiding in the cornerArt "Therapists" at work
Romeo learned to paint by overcoming his innate fear-of-anything-that-moves. Juliet, curious and easy going, eagerly learned to paint after watching Romeo. We've thoroughly enjoyed the surprising benefits that have blossomed from their painting skills, both on the ground and under saddle, for over two years.

What if?
Then we asked ourselves a question. "What would happen if we worked with a horse who'd be the least likely to paint?" We soon saw an ad that read:

DaVinci's split earLooking for a Project?
$500
Poor baby trusts no one

We studied this gangly, grade pinto with the markings of Budweiser Clydesdale and quickly noticed a few things. HisLeading DaVinci out right ear was split in two, his face was scarred and it soon became clear that something happened to him. Our hearts went out to this trembling guy who hid his face in the corner of his stall. We just knew he needed a different view of the world and we thought Romeo and Juliet might just be the pair to help him.

 

 

2004-2007 Cheryl Ward & Sam Sharnik
Last updated January 10, 2009