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Comments On - Meeting Quinna


We adopted two BLM mustangs in 1992 and still have them. At 23 & 22 years young - both look maybe 1/2 their age. They are definitely unique animals and the toughest horses I've seen yet. The gelding came down with EPM a couple years ago and we thought had come to the end of his time here on earth with us. He was at the point of not being able to stand and could only lay on his side for several days. But with treatment, to our amazement he pulled out of it fully. The mare had a real tough start as well in that she delivered a still born foal about seven months after we adopted her; which was a total surprise to us that she was even pregnant. Both of these horses have such a unique "horsenality" that you would hardly believe they roamed wild at one time in Nevada. It is true that these horses "choose" their human confidants slowly and carefully. They are also very intelligent - sometimes too much so.
Bruce, Menomonie, WI
Posted: 3/9/2012 10:33:04 AM
yes, it is importante to know about the horses past!
alex, destin, FL
Posted: 2/24/2012 9:44:06 AM
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