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Ay, caramba! from the Spanish interjections ay (denoting surprise or pain) and caramba (a minced oath, a euphemism for carajo), is an exclamation used in Spanish to denote surprise (usually positive). The term caramba is also used in Portuguese.
The fictional character Bart Simpson from the American animated sitcom The Simpsons used the phrase Ay Caramba when surprised. It became one of his most notable catchphrases, further popularizing the phrase in modern pop culture. For example, in the episode Selmas Choice, Bart, Lisa, and their Aunt Selma approach a very popular ride at Duff Gardens. Upon seeing the exceptionally long line for the ride, Bart exclaims, Ay, Caramba!
Also, Desi Arnaz in the TV show I Love Lucy often used this expression.
Paso Fino horses, if allowed, can demonstrate all kinds of emotions and movements. Even though they are so enthusiastic, they can still be very much in-hand especially if they are with someone they feel very comfortable with and that person understands, the horse will be careful to stay with his person and not to aim his enthusiasm at that person. This artwork is based on Ay Caramba Contratercero, a Paso Fino stallion that resides on The Paso Fino Horse Farm, Prattsville, NY.
In this work, Ay Caramba, Caramba is being taken out of pasture and just so glad to be with his person!
I love reading poetry and sometimes I even will write a poem. Hope you will enjoy my latest that is written especially for this artwork, "Ay, Caramba!" .
In the autumn light I see the power of this Paso Fino stallion
Called Ay Caramba
He is reaching towards the sky with enthusiasm
He calls, I am free.
I am here!
Ay Caramba is so glad to have been chosen by his person
He accompanies his person and demonstrates his joy with grand gestures
And in the autumn light, I see the power of this Paso Fino stallion
I have known since the day he was born.
copyright Patricia Keller/PKA
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April 25th, 2014
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