Video: A Thanksgiving tribute to horses.

A Thanksgiving tribute to horses.
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Is it possible to summarize what horses mean to you?
People called in from around the world and shared their thoughts.
Hundreds of ways horses have improved lives,
and many reasons to be thankful for horses this Thanksgiving.

Add your reasons to the comments below.
Happy Thanksgiving!

P.S.- This is a video version of podcast episode 210. Click here to listen to podcast without video.


  1. Julie Upshur on November 29, 2022 at 11:04 pm

    I am beyond grateful for my horse because he has been a constant companion to me for every year that I’ve known him. I smile every time I look at him. And I’m grateful to all the horses I’ve known for their patience with me as I learn and for how much they’ve taught me so far!

  2. Jackie De Joe on November 29, 2022 at 9:37 am

    Beautiful …. I’m thankful for horses in my life as they have brought understanding of life, what’s fair, what’s possible, what’s forgiving … if you be pause and listen horses whisper,”welcome to the herd”.

    Thank you Stacy for a beautiful and moving tribute.

    Jackie & Fynn

  3. Patti Garrett on November 24, 2022 at 4:35 pm

    Hi Stacy, I’m very thankful for my horses this year. My two year old spooked at a local horse show.
    He bumped me and down I went and broke my hip. Trip to hospital by ambulance turning into
    a chest e-xray with right hip too. The xray showed a mass in my left lung. I just had surgery Thanksgiving week to remove that mass. Be tested to see if it’s cancer. I give Ace a kiss on the nose
    every morning now. Horses are a special breed created by God. I’m so blessed this year.
    Thank You Ace!!

    • Jackie on November 29, 2022 at 9:39 am


      Bless you and your horse, pray for your heath.


  4. Joann smith on November 24, 2022 at 12:01 pm

    Thank you for this! I am grateful for you and for my friend who is a horse. Happy Thanksgiving.

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