Thursday, September 16, 2010

Horse Lovers I Guess

Located at Pea Ridge Cemetery in Pea Ridge, AR.
Allan Franklin Gastineau
July 1, 1933
Aug 6, 1973

Malburn Wayne Laughlin
Mar 20, 1927
May 9, 1977

1 comment:

  1. Traditionally the horseshoe is regarded as bringing good luck and placed with the two ends facing upwards - to keep the luck intact.
    Every horsehoe that I have seen in cemeteries have been placed like the one above. So I suppose that being dead means that your luck has run out - a befitting symbol for those who loved horses.