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    03-17-2011, 08:06 PM
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Hello and intro. to Horses-A Life's Work

I love horses and have been around them most of my life. I used to spend alot of time when I was young with my uncle Sam Savitt, a renowned equestrian artist, working with his horses and watching him paint. Sam passed away several years ago. I have recently completed a book entitled Horses - A Life's Work which is a tribute to my other uncle Al Savitt, also a noted equestrian artist and illustrator who passed away in 2009 after a long illness. I have attached a couple of Al's works.
I have a website www.oroca.com/savitt and am in the process of setting up links to other related sites. One very important site that I link to is www.equine-rescue.org . They do wonderful work and are always in need of donations.



For beautiful equestrian art go to savitt_home
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