Monday, October 1, 2007


This past summer we've been swapping out our pasture to some friends and neighbors. They bring their horses over to eat our grass down and we get shorter grass (and less hiding places for snakes). It's been a good deal for our neighbors and we've grown to love the horses.

As city kids we don't know much about the equine world but we want to learn. We have been talking about getting a couple horses of our own. So yesterday after church we drove down the other side of Beaumont to look at a couple horses.

That was when we met Lily. Lily is a little yearling filly that should have it all when she grows up sorrel in color with flaxen mane and tail. Lots of chrome trim. She has good breeding: Sire is 95% foundation Poco Last Command dam goes to Leo Goldseeker/Gold Seeker Bars. She'll make a great project horse for us. She is beautiful and bred right.

We talked about her on the way home and called the owners back to let them know we want her. I'll post some photos when I can. You're all going to love this little lady they call Lily.

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