Winter Run card

#1418 "Winter Run" Greeting Card

on the inside upper portion of the card:

Horses became extremely important to the tribes of the Great Plains. Besides providing mobility for hunting and moving camp, horses gave an advantage in war. Usually a warrior's horse was an extension of himself. He would decorate his horse with eagle feathers and paint designs that had meanings known to his enemies as well as his comrades. A greatly decorated horse told of the courage and bravery of his rider in battle.

"My horse be swift in flight, even like a bird;
My horse be swift in flight, bear me now in safety far from my enemy's arrows and you shall be rewarded with streamers and ribbons red."

Warrior's song to his horse

5" x 7" Greeting Card • $2.75

Winter Run Print

#1418 "Winter Run" Matted Print

The 5" x 7" image is mounted in a double 8" x 10" mat and fits a standard frame.
Buy assorted pictures for a beautiful wall grouping.
A great gift idea

8" x 10" Matted Print • $10.00


Wintercount Watermark does not appear on purchased print.