I have been lucky enough to call my life an Adventure. Being blessed with horses since I was a child I always knew I wanted a career with horses. Being able to combine Photography, Video, Graphic Design and Print I am able to offer my clients a one-stop-shop. I have been showing my family's Arabians for 15+ years so I understand the emotions between a horse and their handler and how much dedication we have for these intense, beautiful animals.
We welcome your visit! We offer over 32 years of experience in the Import/Export of Horses, this is what makes the difference with Happy Horse Equine Services. The horses' welfare is our first concern and we will make the experience as stress free as possible for you. We will "take the reins" for you and keep you informed every step of the way. Our love of the horse and our personal knowledge and care of horses allow us to make informed decisions, horses are NOT freight, they are living animals who need individual care and concern. Renee De La Maza (305) 242-0887- office (305) 342-4359 - cell firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelly Campbell has been a professional Photographer shooting Arabians and Miniature Horses since 2004. Her talent began shooting Miniature horses as a young girl and she honed her skills through advanced schooling at Sacramento State University with some of the best landscape and wedding Photographers in California.
Judy and Kim have traveled extensively in Egypt, Africa, Italy and the Middle East researching Middle Eastern history and culture. Their Collectors Limited Bronze Sculptures reflect the classic style of the 19th century French school of sculpture, "Les Animaliers", and range in size from miniature to life-size.
Loddon Engineering Ltd was founded in 1960 in the village of Loddon, Norfolk, England and has been fabricating top quality stalls along with other livestock equipment ever since. In the early 1970s Loddon became the first UK company to launch a range of internal stalls. For the past 40 years, the name ‘Loddon’ has become a generic name for this type of stabling. In January 2010 Loddon was bought by Camellia a global plc with over 75,000 employees and interests ranging from Engineering, Pharmaceuticals to Tea Plantations and Finance. This takeover has also provided Loddon Engineering Ltd with financial stability and security as well as an in-house galvanizing and powder coating facility. Loddon’s
Val's work has appeared at such venues as Aim for Arts International Art Competition, Calgary Stampede Western Art Showcase, Canadian Institute of Portrait Artists, Cowboys & Indians Magazine, Dean Smith Celebrity Rodeo, Englishman's Boy Productions Ltd., International Museum of Contemporary Masters of Fine Art, Laredo Center for the Arts International Art Show, Motion Picture & Television Fund's Golden Boot Awards, Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame, Rolling Pin International Magazine, Rough Rider International Art Show, and Women Artists of the West International Art Competition.