In a scene that could have taken place in Monticello’s woods, a horse canters past a tree ablaze in autumn’s colors. The cover is made of beautifully embroidered, weather-resistant, indoor-outdoor fabric. 20" sq., zippered, polyfill insert.
Jefferson kept detailed notes on his horses in his Memorandum books; it is well-known that he was an avid rider and horse enthusiast. A record of his horse stock at Monticello reveals a list of colorful names, including “Peacemaker,” “The General,” and “Peggy Waffington.”