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Chamberlain (white TB) was on his way out when he was removed from Hemphills in 1998. Prognosis was that with good care he might have a year or two left. He came to me thin as a rail, all banged up, and subsequently spent a couple weeks at ABC being treated for an ulcerated stomach lining. He regained his self esteem and 9 years later I said goodbye when the melanoma tumors were at a dangerous state. Thanks to Sally for helping me as I said goodbye. His last years with his soul mate Candi(Paint) were, I'm sure, the best years of his life.
"An owner of a Tennessee Walking Horse once said that his horse reminded him of a lightning rod, for, as he rode, all the sorrows of his heart flowed down through the splendid muscles of his horse and were grounded in the earth." - Marguerite Henry