Debbie of BAEN (Bay Area Equestrian Network http://www.bayequest.com), recognized the name of this beautiful mare's sire and contacted the owners to let them know that a Monogram filly was at a feedlot. As a result, I was contacted by Bishop Lane Farms (Owners of Monogram) who told me "Get her out of there now!!" No ifs, ands or buts! This my friends is a responsible breeder! They were appalled that a filly of their famous stallion should end up in a situation such as this. In fact, they did some back tracking and found out this poor filly with the horribly sunburned nose had been through 2 auctions BEFORE she ended up at a feedlot!! Upon receiving the message from Bishop Lane Farms, Morganna was brought to TIER. As fortune would have it, we were able to find a hauler going to Northern California where Bishop Lane Farms is located and Morganna went home the next morning. She has been taken care of by a vet and a farrier immediately and will be resting from her ordeal in a lush pasture. I am so grateful to Debbie for reaching out and contacting the breeders. Bishop Lane Farms have shown themselves to be responsible, caring breeders who go the extra mile. This 3 yr. old filly was the kindest, gentlest filly I have seen in awhile. Despite her being shuffled around, she was not a mental wreck. She has a good mind and I would not be surprised to hear wonderful things about her in the future. Thank you Bishop Lane Farms. I only hope otherbreeders/owners follow your example of being responsible horse people.