Horses: In Living Color

Horses: In Living Color

Horses: In Living Color

Horses: In Living Color captures equines ranging from paint-colored miniature horses to towering rich bay Clydesdales and includes the rare spotted Knabstrupper, whose numbers in the United States are estimated at 100. Livingston handles each subject with immense respect and admiration. One painterly portrait captures three white Thoroughbred mares jogging through the brush in Oregon's desert land, while in another, a coal-black Friesian mare whose mane nearly reaches the ground, curiously eyes the photographer.

About the Author

Livingston first began photographing Thoroughbed racing in the early 1970s when she visited Saratoga Race Course and is a graduate of Syracuse University with a degree in fine arts. She has received two Eclipse Awards for her outstanding photography, and her work has been featured in books such as Old Friends, More Old Friends, and Barbara Livingston's Saratoga. Her work has also appeared in magazines such as Sports Illustrated, The Blood-Horse, Newsweek, People, and on the cover of TV Guide.

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