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Bey Rogue
7/12/2014 - Hip # 871 at the monthly Mike's Livestock Auction. 22 yr. old Bey Rogue.

In honor of Carol Darnell, a staunch advocate for the Arabian breed and who DEEPLY loved Arabians (especially the older ones in need), Bey Rogue was brought to TIER. This lovely boy will no longer be in a position of uncertainty. It is hoped we are able to acquire his registration papers to give him his heritage and identity. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Updates

4/2/2016 - Groomer Assistant


VolunTIER Lauren M. had a " helper", Bey Rogue when she was grooming his friend, Baylie.  WE LOVE OUR HARDWORKING VOLUNTIERS!

5/23/2015 - New Pics





7/29/2014 - Bey Rogue & Cindy

Huge THANKS to Cindy Henderson of Henderson Ranch for coming out to put the first ride on Bey Rogue since his arrival at TIER!

Bey Rogue is awesome! Cute, Personable, Willing, Trusting and...all those things that are ARABIANS.








7/13/2014 - Bey Rogue arrives at TIER

It was the monthly Saturday night Auction at Mike's Livestock Auction.  TIER was contacted by a TIER supporter and old friend of Carol Darnell (whom we miss dearly since her passing in November 2013) about an aged Arabian at the auction.  This person wished to help purchase the 22 yr. old Arabian gelding named Bey Rogue in Carol's honor if he could be brought to TIER. 





Since we were not in attendance at the auction, TIER contacted Trish G. of Forgotten Horses Rescue whom we knew was at the auction and asked if she could help facilitate the purchase of this horse if he went for a reasonable price.  TIER is low on funds and hay is due to be delivered tomorrow (4k).  The donor pledged 100 and Bey Rogue sold for 180.





Thanks to our donor, Forgotten Horses for facilitating the purchase and the gentleman who hauled Bey Rogue to TIER.



Carol Darnell, this one is in memory of all your efforts for the Arabian breed and the old campaigners that need a soft place to land.  I miss you lady.





He was understandably nervous after a full day/night at the auction with all the goings on there.  He overnighted at the auction and I'm sure there was a lot of commotion, horses being moved, people going hither and yon.  Bey Rogue stepped off the trailer a little anxious but willing to listen to his handler.  He was placed in a corral and shortly thereafter settled in to eat and drink.



What a stunning horse with those big liquid eyes and lovely manners.



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