Racy Danger Dogs by Sagar.

Horse Evacuation Fundraiser this Saturday in Santa Barbara

The Santa Barbara Equine Evacuation Assistance and Evacuation Team, which works with the Santa Barbara  Fire Department evacuating horses and other animals in the event of fires or other disasters is hosting a fundraiser on October 16th.   

This event will include a silent auction, and the Danger Dogs has contributed this white horse grazing in the field by Sanjib Rana.   Please consider heading up to Santa Barbara this Saturday and attending this fundraiser.   There have been too many devastating fires in Central California in recent years, and we cannot forget our 4-legged friends who panic during these disasters.  

Come to the Santa Barbara Carriage and Western Art Museum and bid on this sign and other things in their silent auction.


Above is another lovely horse painted by Sanjib Rana.  Available        

Sanjib has his own collection of photos from which he painted these horses.   Available.

This dramatic white horse is also by Sanjib.   Available.

Here is a portrait of French Quarter by Amar Shrestha.   This is also available.

To buy one of these hand-painted horses from Nepal, please contact me at ampage1@gmail.com.   Go to NepalDog.com for more information on this Fair Trade art project that aims to save the endangered signboard artists of Nepal.

For more information and complete details on this weekend's event:

Host: Santa Barbara Equine Evac
Location:        Santa Barbara Carriage and Western Art Museum
129 Castillo St.
Santa Barbara, CA
When: Saturday, October 16, 11:00am - 4:00PM    

Amy Moore at 805.570-9966 or check our Facebook page


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