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Great Basin Curly Horses, by Mike Laughlin, April, 2004
Nothing to Sneeze At, by Greg and Sonja Oaks, Winter, 2004
Breed Profile: The Curly Horse, by Karen Baril, September, 2003
Curlies to the Rescue, by Tames Alan, May, 2002
Curlies Help Promote Literacy, by Tames Alan, Feb, 2002
A Curly Vaults to Nationals, by Tames Alan, November, 2001
Victory on Hoof for Lakebay Girls, by Temple A. Stark, September, 2001
Star's Last Gift, By Marni Malet, April, 2001
The Truth about Curlies, by Sue Weaver, April, 2001
The American Bashkir: A Horse With Curls, by Tameria Ewers, January, 2001
"Hats On" Makes for Happy Endings, by Denise Conroy, January, 2001
Easter Seal Rides with Curlies, by Tamea Denault of Dreamswept Farm, Article Written by Jim Alan of Celtic Curlies, Feburary, 2000
Locks of Curls: The Curly Horse Demystified, by Lilli Bieler, May, 2000
Ride The Wave, by Audrey Pavia, January 2000
Meeting a Black Curly Foal, Kathryn Gray, 1999
Curlies--Gentle for a Child, Tough Enough for a Man, May, 1999
Breed Appeal: Bashkir Curly, January, 1999
Curly Horse Origins Remain a Mystery, 1999
Sport Curls, By Sue Weaver, August, 1999
Curlies offer Horse Sense: Key Peninsula is the home to Curly horse businesses, by Wendolyn Joy Schroeder, Feburary, 1999
The Bashkir Curly Horse, by Gregory & Sonja Oakes, March, 1998
The Curly: A Horseof a Different Temperment, by Gregory Oakes, April, 1998
Curly Bashkir Horses Have More than Just Unusual Coats to Recommend Them, by Terry & Veronica DeSimone, March, 1997
Tales of the American Bashkir Curly Horse, by Jim and Tames Alan, September, 1997
Horses are Soft and Cuddly, by Susan Edmonds, November, 1997
Curlies Claim a Permanent Spot in Horse Lover's Heart, Jan/Feb, 1997
Native American Curly Horses, by Marlin Neidhardt, 1996
A Wave of Brilliance, by Betsy Sikora Siino, January, 1995
A Horse of a Different Color, by Robin Cuneo, January, 1995
A Questionnaire, by Sandra Hendrickson, November, 1995
American Bashkir Curly Registry, October, 1994
Curly and Tough, by David Walker, November, 1994
The Curly Cure, by Wendy SauersSmith, July, 1994
Curly Horses Win Hearts of Washington Family, by Jim Alan, September, 1993
Waterville Newborn's a 70-Pounder, by Mike Tressler, May, 1993
Rare Horse Can Make Hair Curl, by Ned Bell, May, 1993
Curly Q's, by Jenny Derringer, May, 1993
Rare Bashkir Curly Horse Born in Waterville, by Becky Jacobs, June, 1993
A Mystery Horse, by Elizabeth Herring, January, 1993
Horse of My Heart: The American Bashkir Curly, by Jay Hensley, May, 1992
BLM Adopted Horse Proves to be Curly Sidekick, by Frances Rushing, April, 1992
Letters to the editor, by Jay Hensley, 1992
Horsing Around at Crystal Falls Twp. (Township) Ranch, by Bruce and Sue Casagranda, April, 1992
Russia's Mountain Horse Makes Kentucky Home, by J. Holly McCall, May/June, 1992
Horse of a Different Coat, by Laraine Rasmussen, March, 1991
Horses with a Twist, by Bonnie Kreiller, 1991
The American Bashkir Curly Horse, by Lynn Thornton, May, 1990
Save the Curlies, by Kathy Romeiser, March, 1990
The American Bashkir Curly Horse, August, 1989
The Curly Horse, by Laraine Rasmussen, October, 1989
Curles and Stripes, Aug/Sept, 1989
Horse and Rider: Sept, 1989
The Horses with the Natural Curls, by Mary Ann Whitley, Spring, 1989
The American Bashkir Curly: Ride the Curl, 1988
The American Bashkir Curly Horse, by Jay Hensley, 1983
The American Bashkir Curly, by Diane Ciarloni Simmons, 1982
Curly Horses, by BJE, 1977
City Woman Champions Unusual Curly Horses, by Mary Ann Whitley
In Memory of Linda Strickland

 

 

Tamea C. Denault

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Tamea C. Denault is the founder of Dreamswept Farm and coach of the MountainWind Vaulters in Kettle Falls, WA. She is a certified CHA multi-discipline riding instructor. While earning her degree in psychology and education at Mt. Holyoke College, she also learned vaulting and has continued vaulting and coaching ever since. More...