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"Blood Rescue" is a 22 piece project that will anchor the largest equine art exhibit in recent history.
"Blood Rescue" is a 22 piece project that will anchor the largest equine art exhibit in recent history.
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    1. Vicki Jett Terry on September 12, 2014

      My apologies Eric. I watched the video again. You do state that the money goes for your show. Lovely project. I fully support you and this project. Thanks.

    2. Eric L Hansen Creator on September 12, 2014

      Hey Vicki, I completely understand your concern and question. I felt like it was clearly stated that the money from this campaign was going to pay tor the art show. The whole point of the art show is to raise awareness for the SAFE act. And so far, it’s working. The social media buzz has already reached more than half a million people, and the show hasn’t even opened yet. If you feel you need to cancel your pledge, I totally understand. Thanks for your support.

    3. Vicki Jett Terry on September 12, 2014

      Exactly what is the money used for when I back this campaign? I backed it believing all the money goes to protecting these horses. I know understand that the money also goes to paying for the funding the art show. What percentage goes for the horses? I suppose it's like giving to other charities where too much of the money goes to promoting the charity. It's why I don't give to those charities and will not support this kickstarter campaign any longer.

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      Jean Sanford McGee on September 2, 2014

      This is my favorite kickstarter campaign to date! I look forward to the opening of the art show featuring the amazing work of Eric L. Hansen. I have loved and supported the care of horses my entire life and since this is the "year of the horse" cannot think of a better way to celebrate that fact! Zurkov says "Reverence is a way of honoring life, we must not harm it, It means reexamining the way we treat members of the animal kingdom that serve us so patiently and recognizing the rights of the Earth." When we look at the works of Eric L. Hansen and this project, one can be assured he has approached it with an atmosphere of reverence!