I Spy Horses: Goodwill Part II

During my adventures and travels I always take photos of the horse-related items I see along the way. Enjoy these photos of horse-related pieces spotted at Goodwill.

We made this Part II because we’re certain more interesting equestrian-related items will be found during future visits to Goodwill.

Goodwill is a nonprofit organization that provides secondhand clothing, furniture, and household items to those in need. They also provide free career counseling, skills training, and résumé prep services to aid individuals in job placement and career advancement.

While the organization provides so much to the community, it is also a spot to find interesting horse-related pieces. Enjoy these items I found while perusing the aisles in the Cheswick, Natrona Heights, Lawrenceville, and Penn Hills, PA Goodwill stores.

All photos by Marcella Gruchalak

I always love finding a good horse-related plate. I wonder where this one came from and how it ended up at Goodwill.

Who doesn’t love to find My Little Pony toys while out?

Looks like this one was lucky enough to get bedazzled by a child.

It took my brain longer than I care to admit to understand that there’s a horse on this shirt.

This board found it’s way into my vehicle to hang in the trailer as a ribbon display.

I was very close to bringing this home with me. However, pink is not my color and I had to remind myself of that and put it back before checking out.

These nicknacks are really quite odd to me. They look like they belong in a china closet somewhere.

My sister and I called this horse crazy eyes. We could not stop laughing at how amusing the eyes were.

This piece was so odd it almost came home with me. The more you look at it, the more interesting it gets. I can’t help but to laugh every time I see the picture.

Find the horses around you and go riding, Horse Nation!

Have you spied horses in your adventures and travels (specifically horses that aren’t, you know, in a barn or pasture)? If so, send your photo/s with a brief explanation to [email protected] with the subject line “I Spy Horses.” You might see your photo featured in a future edition of I Spy. Remember, you need to own the rights to all photos you send, otherwise we can’t share them.