Horse hair pottery technique does indeed use hairs from horses. The idea is to burn the hairs on the pot's surface to create lines. As hair is laid upon glowing hot pots straight form the kiln, they sear onto the pot's surface and will leave very localized carbon markings.
Natalie Jetter had been awarded by:
NEFAA Jeanette Gullete award – July 2006
Best of Show Patagonia Fall Festival – October 2006
Best of Show Tucson 4th Ave Street Fair – December 2006.