#164. Bay mare, socks on rear legs, blaze. Face and forelegs are roaning or "frosty". Injury to left eye. She can see shadows in her left eye. 20 yrs. Appx. 15.1 - 15.2 hands. This mare was a camp horse for a number of years. Due to her eye injury she cannot be sent to the camps again this year. Despite her eye problem, she rides well and would require an advanced beginner or intermediate rider.
Dear friend Nancy (who also ransomed GG, Just a Splash Please and Rosebud) has decided to enlarge her family with 2 (yes TWO!) additions!
While finalizing the paperwork on Gracie (Nancy has decided to name this lovely mare Gracie) I told Nancy about a pony that had just been dropped off at the feedlot. This pony is old, very thin, in need of dental and farrier work. He is a dark "roan type" palomino. Nancy said "I'll take him and give him a good home!" So, little Mr. Pony Boy (that's what we are calling him until Nancy has had a chance to name him). Oopsie - Mr. Pony Boy is actually MS. Pony Boy :) and has been named Buttercup.
Both of these wonderful horses will be staying with one of TIER's supporters (Lori) until Nancy has completed her move from Washington to California! Welcome to California Nancy and family!