Horse sense

chicago horse carlaIf you need another reason to visit beautiful Chicago, think


Actually, think about the Cows on Parade art installation that started in Chi-town back in 1999 and traveled the world.  To date, it has raised close to $25 million for nonprofit organizations.

The horse statues currently on display around the city are also individually sponsored and beautifully decorated by local artists, and have been designed in the likeness of Chicago’s Mounted Patrol Unit horses. Each is named for a fallen police officer, and all monies raised will provide financial support to injured Chicago police officers and the families of those killed in the line of duty.

I hope Lexington, Kentucky is on the national tour because these beauties would be right at home in the Bluegrass State.

Am I right, #BBN?


3 responses to “Horse sense

  1. Very nice article! Thank you for choosing my Horse of Honor Lady painted in memory of Sergeant Alane M. Stoffregen.
    Mimi Zaphiratos

  2. Yes I am very honored! It has been a fantastic, and a moving experience at the same time, especially meeting the adorable family of Sergeant Alane M. Stoffregen who fell on the line of duty in the Marine Unit. They shared with me beautiful stories, and photos of Alane.

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