Over 1000 kilometres.
Home Sweet Home.
Whiskey is home.
Selling her was hands down one of the stupidest things I've ever done. It was a mistake. What I now have sitting in my field is a horse who has major, major skin nasties. A horse who has not had her feet done in at least 6 months. A horse who may or may not be bred. A horse who is not nearly as plump as a horse coming off summer pasture should be. And a horse who has a bizarre indent along her rib cage. That being said, I also have a calm good natured and friendly mare sitting in my field. I've placed a call to the farrier and am waiting to hear back. The vet is coming on Saturday to preg check her and give me some guidance with the other things going on.
I have a new appreciation for my honey who drove with me. Who also looked at me and never questioned my need to have this horse back. I could not bear it if she had ended up in a meat pen. She will live out her life with me. I love this horse so much. I spent much of my free time standing beside her, scratching her and breathing in her sweet horsey scent.
And that my friends, is priceless.