Horse Illustrated | April 2020

Updated: May 15

If you receive the Horse Illustrated magazine, make sure you turn to pg. 24-26 and read all about "The "Appalachian Trainer Face Off", a very special horse rescue program created by Heart of Phoenix owner Tinia Creamer in West Virginia. This amazing 100 day make over program gives rescue horses a second chance! This article features several of my images taken during the event.


Horse Illustrated April 2019, Heart of Phoenix horse with trainer Kaylynn

Left full page image: Kaylynn Mollohan with #HOPTeamMinka

Right image: trainer is picking his horse for the program


When I learned about the #ATFO, I was literally ALL over it, because I instantly understood the importance and impact this event would have. I knew it was magazine worthy and that it should be talked about on a much wider and bigger scale, which ultimately would help promote this successful competition.


Horse Illustrated April 2019, article about the Appalachian Trainer Face off

Top image: Erin O'Neil on her #HOPEverest


I followed several trainers for the duration of the program and wrote three separate blogs capturing their journey, obstacles and successes.


You can catch up and read my blogs here:

1. The Appalachian Trainer Face Off | The Beginning


2. #ATFO | The challenge hit their 30 day mark!


3. The #ATFO Appalachian Trainer Face Off Challenge nears the end


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Anett Mindermann is an award-winning published equine photographer and a member of the American Horse Publications.

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