sabino Tennessee Walking Horse gelding, with both
hind stockings, near fore fetlock, a blaze, and a mixed mane and tail. Foaled
April 18, 2011
SCW No Fly Zone did very well. We love him and are
very thankful to have him. Beth found another horse
for us but she foundered on us after having her for
a year. Come to find out she is insulin resistant
and has thyroid issues (which the vet said is common
to have both together). My husband poured his heart
and soul into getting her better. We are just about
at the point where she can be ridden again but it
remains to be seen whether or not she will be 100%.
We need another horse, preferably a gelding, so that
we can be assured that we can do the all day rides
that we want to do. We plan to move back to Montana
next year and want to be ready to go. As you know,
Montana has some very rugged country and we need two
good horses to ride those areas.
I go on your website often and try to keep up with
what is going on at your ranch.. Your new website is
the best I have ever seen; I love looking at each
mare's birthing history. I always wanted to see what
Flyer's dam looked like and now I have - I see where
he got his looks and body build from!
Again, Flyer is the best - he wants to be part of
everything we do! He is a true best friend.