California Riding Magazine • August, 2012

The Art of the Horse
Triple Crown Horse Feed Kicks Off
"Crown Jewel" Contest Series.

Renowned for their dedication to the highest quality horse feed formulations on the market, Triple Crown Nutrition is launching a series of "Crown Jewel" contests, each designed to share a special equestrian treasure with the horse world. The first contest revolves around this gorgeous limited edition print by photographer, Brady Willette. "Crow War Pony-1," is featured in the "A Song For the Horse Nation," exhibit currently running at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. Brady's image is also featured as a banner announcing the exhibit.

Enter to win Brady Willette's "Crow War Pony-1."
One of 150 limited edition prints in the series.

Brady Willette's fascination with the Native American Indian Warrior was the catalyst for this dynamic artwork. By collaborating with Crow Tribe member Kennard Real Bird, one of the few American Indians who has preserved the legacy of "on-body horse painting," Brady was able to elegantly capture and communicate the War Pony's spirit of freedom.

Whether you're a horse art collector, equestrian or both, you're going to want a chance to win this remarkable 20" x 30" limited edition print. It's so easy to enter! Just visit to fill out the brief questionnaire. We'll be accepting entries until Sept. 7 and will announce the winner on Sept. 10. And, stay tuned for upcoming Triple Crown Nutrition "Crown Jewel" contest announcements. We're keen to share our excitement about new equine art discoveries with horse lovers throughout the U.S.

Press release provided by Triple Crown Nutrition.