SAVING THE KAIMANAWAS - WILD HORSE PROJECT

Over a hundred Kaimanawa horses from the Kaimanawa Ranges are culled every year. For the last few years, Chloe has taken in a number of the horses to prevent them from being slaughtered. I joined her on her farm for the day and got to witness her working gently with these beautiful ponies. 

You can read more about her work on her Facebook page or on her website.

I would just like to say a huge thank you to Rachel, for her amazing work photographing my animals on the farm. We had a blast zooming around through the mud on the quad bike to get the perfect shots. As part of my Wild Horse Project, I later used her images for publication in two magazines, and was very happy with the results, and all her work. Can’t wait for the next photo shoot!
— Chloe Phillips-Harris, Wild Horse Project
Kaimanawa Heritage Horses magazine, 2012

Kaimanawa Heritage Horses magazine, 2012

Cheval magazine (France), 2013

Cheval magazine (France), 2013

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