Gina McKnight Features an Interview with Gale Park Frederick about the Chincoteague Ponies

Gina McKnightMonday Creek Publishing, author, freelance writer, equestrian, blogger, and poet invites readers to explore her international blog, Riding & Writing, about horses, writers, authors, books, cowboys, equestrians, photographers, artists, poets, poems, and more horses.

The Chincoteaqe Ponies: An Interview with Gale Park Frederick – From the January issue of Florida Equine Athlete

One of my favorite books is Misty of Chincoteague, the story of a lovely Chincoteague pony. The National Chincoteague Pony Association has been sharing their love of this amazing horse breed for over 42 years. A symbol of America’s horse-history, the Chincoteague ponies are best known for their “swim” that began in 1925. The Ponies are forced to swim across Assateague Channel – from Assateague Island to Chincoteague Island – to downsize the growing herd to sustain the breed. The ponies’ natural home, Assateague Island, can only support about 150 horses. The foals are auctioned to protect and support the herd. A non-profit organization, the association was founded by Gale Park Frederick. I recently caught up with Gale and asked her about her beautiful Chincoteague ponies and her love of horses.

 More on the blog…

  • A beloved veterinarian from Maine to Colorado to the Ohio Valley – read about Abbott P. Smith, DVM, Athens, Ohio, in “Milliron: The Biography follow my Amazon Author Page!
  • Promote what you love! Send me your info and I’ll post your business, book, stallion, photography or art! – Horse Business 
  • To read all of my Riding & Writing archived freelance, interviews, and book reviews, visit https://ginamc.blogspot.com/

Member: Outdoor Writers of Ohio, Ohio Arts Council, Ohio Quarter Horse Association, Ohio Paint Horse Association, Ohio Horse Council, American Horse Publications

Contact: Gina McKnight
gmcknight11@gmail.com

AHP has not verified the factual statements in any message and AHP assumes no responsibility for the contents of, or any damage resulting from, any communication in the Newsgroup. Publication in the Newsgroup is not an endorsement by the organization of any product, person, or policy.