We were very lucky that Patty Minter, Jill’s sister, the owner and senior instructor of Patusan Farm was heading back home from a horse show as we were out in the fields trying to capture audio for a horse ring tone. Patty’s expertise and in-depth knowledge of the horses was completely necessary for us to succeed. Thanks, Patty! These horsie tones are dedicated to you, and all the critters out on Patusan Farm.
Horsie Montage Tone features momma horse Rita, her foal Rodeo (Patty’s temporary name for the new youngin’), Brown (just back from the horse show) and one of these two horses out in the pasture. This tone’s likely to raise curiosity when it’s “performed” on cell phones out in public–especially in urban settings.
Horsie Chow-Down Tone features Rita, Brown and one of the pasture horses. It’s the quieter version of the two horsie tones. It’s the second “eating” tone on the blog. Be sure to check out the Apple Biting Tone for Benjamin Pritchard if you haven’t already heard it. I’m sure the horses out on the farm would love that one–hey, now! [Okay, I’ll stop with the puns…]