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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.
I bought Bubba in 2006 I was 13 years old he was a rescue and was really under weight... He taught m...
Flurry taught me how how to love and how to feel totally at peace. When I was on Flur I felt no fear...
On August 26,2011, Honey passed on to greener pastures. Since early July she had been dealing with ...
Hippy was the type of horse that would give his heart to the right person. I was lucky enough to be ...
She was the most trusty steed I ever had. Worked with the Special Olympics and the children won lot...
Lady Dunit Well
Babe came to us when she was 7. We found her in Pownal in a blueberry field,staked out and very thin...
When I was 16 my parents told me that I could get a horse. A friend that owned a Morgan horse farm t...
Sultan's Juniper "Junie"
Juniper and his best friend, Lady Dunit
"My horses are my friends, not my slaves" - Dr. Reiner Klimke
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