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I did that With some of them in a little book called Houlihans and Horse Sense a ...
Author: Vernon Schmid
In this gathering of columns and articles, Vernon Schmid touches, provokes, gouges, tickles, and challenges his readers. A United Methodist pastor, and author of Watie's Wolves (iUniverse, 2007), he has been a horse trainer, ranch hand, wrangler, Rocky Mountain trail guide, radio announcer, country, rock-a-billy, folksinger and educator. His first novel, Seven Days of the Dog, was a Heekin Group Fiction Finalist and his collection of poetry, Hog Killers and Other Poems was a Northwoods Poetry Prize winner. A member of the Western Writers of America, his popular magazine column "Horse Sense" appears monthly in the National Foundation Quarter Horse Journal with readers in the all 50 states and 24 foreign countries.
Only a sense of deep and eternal loss rode beside us as we drove out of the
county and the state to start all over again. ... Today more and more farmers who
have been broken on the torturous wheel of national economic policies and are ...
Author: Vernon Schmid
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This collection of popular newspaper and magazine columns by Vernon Schmid is gleaned from hundreds of published pieces over the years in newspapers and magazines. His work regularly reaches tens of thousands readers. A prize-winning poet and newspaper editor, he is also a novelist and playwright. Filled with humor, wit and wisdom, these pieces offer insight into the always odd and illuminating activities of humanity, albeit from a unusual point of view. Whether a rancher, farmer, stable owner, racehorse aficionado, or casual reader, these columns will tickle your funny bone and sometimes bring a tear to your eye.
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I'll go now before she recovers her senses, for it would frighten her even more to
see me now. Take her back to my mother and guard her well. ... I have seen horses like Molly Bawn. Gently they must be handled, and with a soft voice and a
You mean you trust the defense more than the government of the United States ?
... As a journalist I ' d like to think I ' ve developed a “ sixth sense ” about how to
get people to reveal what , deep down , they want to tell me ... Instead , I called
my own attorney and left a message for Houlihan at his office THE HUNTING HORSE.
Author: Elliot Goldenberg
Category: Political Science
Based on interviews with sources within the government and intelligence agencies, Goldenberg (an investigative journalist) argues that Pollard's punishment was extraordinarily harsh because he inadvertently discovered secret dealing between the Reagan administration and Saddam Hussein. Goldenberg examines the political nature of these deals, the spying that exposed them, and Pollard's trial. He also considers the effect of this episode on U.S. and Israeli policy, and their participation in the Gulf War. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR
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Birmingagency , has been appointed to handle the horse sense into his soft -
boiled brain .
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the top is prospering even more . of employers ... Both parties are parents did
hasn ' t relieved worries about tory floor , the computer - literate are in de
convinced that the middle class is the horse tuition bills ... it ' s mostly because
they Houlihan , who work the family | And there ' s a nagging sense of has
become a luxury item .
... the past ten years , we have selected , imported and promoted many of the most successful warmblood sport horses in the United States of America . ... RES
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Author: Illinois. Information ServicePublish On: 2000-04-14
30 percent is closer to the acceptable norm . more taxable shopping centers and
industrial But the best example of our legislature's So it's ... Republican control ,
lawmakers empowered Cook County Assessor James Houlihan , a conan
obscure state agency , which previously ... ad building owners who had the sense to hire Dem el ? ... Wieland's horse trading'a persistent problem for board ,
Wynn Powers houlihans. of one of the finest of these horses , “ Baldy , ” a gelding
possessed of speed , ability , consistency and heart . ... steer as Pickett was said
to have done , the event was more accurately called steer wrestling in the rule
book and on the rodeo programs . ... He needs a ' dogging horse , a highly
trained animal whose “ cow sense ” and training have prepared him for just this
Patrick Houlihan, Sarah A. Nester, Gerald L. Coolings, Jonathan Batkin ... to
avoid such subjugation , and frequently raided both the Spanish and the Pueblos
for horses , sheep , and human captives . ... In a more literal sense , Navajo
women undoubtedly learned the art from the Pueblo men who stayed and
Author: Patrick Houlihan
Publisher: Chronicle Books Llc
In their basketry, weaving, and pottery, the Southwest's Indian people carry forth a heritage of artistic traditions. They express a bond to the land and to their past ...
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He is able Irish life , the breeding of fine dogs , to endow the horses he has met ,
or the gypsy who insisted she was marthose who ... with individuality , the Dublin Horse Show , or a hundred and an equine sense of humor . other oddities and
charms of Irish life He has ... no other never lost identity and that Kathleen
resemblance to “ James Reynolds's ni Houlihan , created somewhere in Ireland ”
except the ...
M * A * S * H ” became more and more moralistic over the years , more
melodramatic , more conscious of its ... The end of this tearjerker is perfect sitcom
; the old man dies happily and Potter has his horse back and a sense of
satisfaction in having done the right thing . ... Margaret “ Hotlips ” Houlihan
progresses from a sexist caricature to a complex woman learning how to juggle
being a woman , a military ...
Author: D. F. Anthony
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
"This book fills a need. It will be used by scholars and revered by undergraduates doing papers. It is a highly desirable acquisition for libraries of all types." Choice "[an] essential purchase for universityand most college libraries as well as large public libraries." Reference Books Bulletin
Nonetheless , I would have expected a tone either more buoyant or more
abrasive , as she must know that a range of ... Is it really the Dark Rosaleen /
Cathleen Ni Houlihan image of Ireland as suffering , passive woman that has
inhibited women ... had the male poets used the horse or the potato as national
muse , the silencing of women would have gone on much ... transform the deep
structure of oppression , a sense of possibility and an active sense of injustice
have been created .
If you go would interfere with of to any stud farm you will find that our Irish horses
are there is more employment given there , greatest industries . famous the world
over . ... take large - sized farms for the purof stud farms a sense of security , a
pose of breeding horses , because they feeling that they will ... Houlihan , Patrick
The best way to tell a good piece of Indian art , in my opinion , is to study the
anatomy of the horse or an animal . They know more about that than any of our
veterinarians or colleges . Patrick T. Houlihan 1. The term " Indian Art " has
always made more sense to me when one or more words precede it , for example