Other than those two, I'm pretty up to date on the rest...
Lets see.... Keo (now Ty), my PMU rescue is being used as a rope horse by the daughter of the folks I gave him to. They say he is the quietest horse they've ever known and worth his weight in gold. I am really hoping to see Keo in action this summer.
(Gala's full brother. Isnt he gorgeous?)
Gala (now Lena) is the mare I sold to the East Coast and the one who's owner I spoke with last night. They plan on breeding her in the next few years....I hope they pick a decent stud for her, or maybe I should hope for the opposite. I'm going to have to work hard not to buy her babies.
Despite the language barrier I have exchanged a few e-mails on Ellie, the mare I sold to Slovakia. After speaking with Gala (Lenas) owner I figured I'd drop her an e-mail too....Heaven knows what I'd do if she were in trouble... given she's now half way across the world but they still have her and she had a beautiful colt last year. (Update: I just received a reply saying that Ellie is doing well and in foal for 2011 to a nice Gunner stud. Thank goodness I dont have to be tempted by her babies!)
(left pic is Ellie's 09 foal. He is a gold champagne so will shed out to the color of a palomino)
My two old geldings (I hope) are waiting for me... (or someone they once loved more than me), on the rainbow bridge.
And then there is Miss Abby... more news on her in a different post...
Oh well, how about a hint?
My count of having owned eight horses in the past ten years may not be, at this time, entirely accurate....
It's nice to know that all the horses I once loved are still well taken care of an in good health...or waiting in a better place.