Horses come in a wide variety of colors, and often have numerous variations within any particular color. In the article on this page and the following pages we describe and show some of the more common horse colors. While reading this information it is important to understand that not every person or breed organization agrees on or defines horse colors in the same way. While our descriptions of horse colors can be considered reliable, we would like to point out that they may not be accepted by everyone as accurate.

If you are registering a horse consult with the registering organization for their definitions of colors. Definitions differ from one organization to another, and may be different than the ones we've used here.

A bay horse has a body color of various shades of red or reddish brown. Bay horses have a black mane and tail, and black on the lower legs.

We understand that lessons, vet bills, farriers, board and shows are incredibly taxing on the budget. We want to create an option to easily earn money from items you no longer need and a nationally sourced consignment store to find high quality items at a discounted price. No more closets and barns stuffed with hundreds or thousands of dollars of "stuff." No more going to your local tack store or online to buy a $100 show shirt. Let's all help each other to manage the costs for this expensive sport!

Our Founder, Francesca is a lifelong equestrian and passionate about helping horses and the people who love them. She envisioned this experience to build a community of folks who can sell, buy and donate items through the ecosystem of riders to democratize the cost of riding equipment.

Your satisfaction is important to us. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, we offer a 100%% money back guarantee for up to 30 days after your purchase.

Westerners usually think of famine in terms of mass starvation in remote, Third World countries. In our mind's eye, we see stick-thin, little children with distended bellies and bones clearly visible under their skin, flies buzzing around their gaunt, staring faces. We imagine interminable lines of such people, bowl or cup in hand, waiting to receive their daily ration of grain or milk. Others we envision lying in the dirt without the strength even to walk.

But there is another kind of famine, not as severe but ultimately just as calamitous. It is the famine of protracted undernourishment, one that weakens the body, making it sickly and short-lived, and crushes the spirit, causing hopelessness and apathy. Jeremiah writes in Lamentations 4:9 , "Those slain by the sword are better off than those who die of hunger; for these pine away, stricken for lack of the fruits of the field."

It is such a long-term hunger that appears in Revelation 6:5-6. No matter if it is the result of war, oppression, drought, or flooding, famine is a terrible scourge, and sadly, has claimed millions of lives over the centuries. This is the work of the third horseman, the rider of the black horse.

Horses come in a wide variety of colors, and often have numerous variations within any particular color. In the article on this page and the following pages we describe and show some of the more common horse colors. While reading this information it is important to understand that not every person or breed organization agrees on or defines horse colors in the same way. While our descriptions of horse colors can be considered reliable, we would like to point out that they may not be accepted by everyone as accurate.

If you are registering a horse consult with the registering organization for their definitions of colors. Definitions differ from one organization to another, and may be different than the ones we've used here.

A bay horse has a body color of various shades of red or reddish brown. Bay horses have a black mane and tail, and black on the lower legs.

Horses come in a wide variety of colors, and often have numerous variations within any particular color. In the article on this page and the following pages we describe and show some of the more common horse colors. While reading this information it is important to understand that not every person or breed organization agrees on or defines horse colors in the same way. While our descriptions of horse colors can be considered reliable, we would like to point out that they may not be accepted by everyone as accurate.

If you are registering a horse consult with the registering organization for their definitions of colors. Definitions differ from one organization to another, and may be different than the ones we've used here.

A bay horse has a body color of various shades of red or reddish brown. Bay horses have a black mane and tail, and black on the lower legs.

We understand that lessons, vet bills, farriers, board and shows are incredibly taxing on the budget. We want to create an option to easily earn money from items you no longer need and a nationally sourced consignment store to find high quality items at a discounted price. No more closets and barns stuffed with hundreds or thousands of dollars of "stuff." No more going to your local tack store or online to buy a $100 show shirt. Let's all help each other to manage the costs for this expensive sport!

Our Founder, Francesca is a lifelong equestrian and passionate about helping horses and the people who love them. She envisioned this experience to build a community of folks who can sell, buy and donate items through the ecosystem of riders to democratize the cost of riding equipment.

Your satisfaction is important to us. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, we offer a 100%% money back guarantee for up to 30 days after your purchase.

Horses come in a wide variety of colors, and often have numerous variations within any particular color. In the article on this page and the following pages we describe and show some of the more common horse colors. While reading this information it is important to understand that not every person or breed organization agrees on or defines horse colors in the same way. While our descriptions of horse colors can be considered reliable, we would like to point out that they may not be accepted by everyone as accurate.

If you are registering a horse consult with the registering organization for their definitions of colors. Definitions differ from one organization to another, and may be different than the ones we've used here.

A bay horse has a body color of various shades of red or reddish brown. Bay horses have a black mane and tail, and black on the lower legs.

We understand that lessons, vet bills, farriers, board and shows are incredibly taxing on the budget. We want to create an option to easily earn money from items you no longer need and a nationally sourced consignment store to find high quality items at a discounted price. No more closets and barns stuffed with hundreds or thousands of dollars of "stuff." No more going to your local tack store or online to buy a $100 show shirt. Let's all help each other to manage the costs for this expensive sport!

Our Founder, Francesca is a lifelong equestrian and passionate about helping horses and the people who love them. She envisioned this experience to build a community of folks who can sell, buy and donate items through the ecosystem of riders to democratize the cost of riding equipment.

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