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Horses Lead us to Forever Friendships | SLO Horse News

Horses Lead us to Forever Friendships

Those of us who know horses find camaraderie among our fellow horse enthusiasts. How many of us can point to a time (or times) when our horse was the reason for a lasting human friendship? Sharon Jantzen tells the story of how a horse carriage ride sparked a forever friendship.

A Horse Carriage Ride Impacts Lives | SLO Horse News

A Horse Carriage Ride Impacts Lives

“A glimmer of appreciation shone on each young face as Shasta took us for a short ride. The two guardians followed along waving and talking with the four children. Upon our return the woman asked how much she owed us.” Sharon Jantzen shares her experience where a carriage ride impacted some young lives.

A Christmas Sleigh Ride

Can we on the Central Coast experience a Christmas sleigh ride? We may dream of a white Christmas, but we can have a cold Christmas complete with sleigh bells. One Christmas Sharon Jantzen and a group of kids experienced the central coast version of a sleigh ride in the snow.

Remembering a Time When the Art of Horsemanship Was Not in Peril | SLO Horse News

Remembering a Time When the Art of Horsemanship Was Not in Peril

The art of horsemanship is in peril. This was not the case even less than 100 years ago where horses intersecting human lives was more commonplace. Here are two stories of women who resonated with getting reconnected with horses. These stories take place while driving a horse carriage in San Luis Obispo. Sharon Jantzen reflects back on these special moments.