An Evening Celebration of Friends at Midwest
Published on the 8th of August 2016 by Rachel Ginter (Arabian Horse Times)
Saturday night was beautiful in Minnesota; perfect for an evening spent at an exquisite farm with wonderful people. With the impressive touches Midwest brings to all of their gatherings, the festivities began with delicious hors d'oeuvres and mingling guests surrounded by horses. It was an opportunity for catching up and reconnecting to talk about what else? Horses! Cocktail hour was followed by guests moving to the outdoor arena where beautiful Arabians and Half-Arabians of all ages were presented. It was especially pleasing to witness the young babies come out with their moms and venture into the big arena. They played to the crowd and a couple even enjoyed some carrots from the guests.
Dinner was nothing short of spectacular as guests were treated to golf cart rides down the pony trail to a beautiful setting of white chairs and tables covered in black linens.The dinner service began with a beautiful prayer given by Janey Morse, remembrance of the great Don Morse, and thanks given to everyone in attendance. It was a night to remember with fine food, dancing, and the ever present feeling that friends feel like family and no one is a stranger.