DIXON, Ill. (CNN/WQAD) - A horse from Indiana showed off some unusual skills in Illinois throughout the weekend.
"I could tell he had a nice body of work and that I could show people," said owner Adonna Combs. "And then when I did say? 'Hey, look what Justin and I are doing!' And people would come up and they would say? 'Who's Justin?' I said, 'Well, he's my horse! And then everybody's laughs, They enjoy watching him. It's all fun."
Justin is a 9-year-old stallion originally bought as a show horse, but Combs said one day he started drawing in the sand with a riding crop.
Combs chooses all the colors and brushes, but she said the work is all Justin's. He even has his own website, and paintings start at $250.
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