Monday, March 29, 2010

Available for Adoption

I love it when something tickles my memory and I think to go looking for information. One such tickle happened each time I looked at our scruffy little, trailer tailing, bay filly at the corrals.

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For some odd reason, I found myself emailing Wendy at the corrals to ask about the mud muffin, telling her I never did get a good shot of her neck tag, but it was white...and just what was the number, did she know?

Honestly? Who would link the shaggy beast above to the slicked out yearling in the photo below? But as I suspected, it was.

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Darling loves her winter appearance and has dubbed her 'Monkey'. "Think of all the music I could put videos to if I had her!" Indeed, there are a plethora of tunes that could be used. Or any number of songs sung by the group sharing the same name. But I digress...

If anyone should be interested in this adorable little mud monkey, let me know. A trailer is heading to WA in a couple of weeks. I'd love to be able to put her into a home. She's obviously looking for a new best friend. Better pop me an email at desperatehorsewife@gmail.com and I'll get you the adoption application.

14 comments:

Paint Girl said...

She sure is an adorable little mud monkey!! Now if only we can convert Pony Girl...........

Breathe said...

Why, why, why do I click here? You are torturing me!

I need a ranch.


:)

Linda said...

She's gorgeous! A yearling?? I would have guessed 3 year old. Quite a horse.

Judy said...

I wanted to share with you this Horse & Burro Center. I live nearby and visit often. Today we got to see 3 little foals and one on the way.
http://www.carrranch.com/

Rising Rainbow said...

Mud monkey! That's quite a handle for a sweet filly.

Shirley said...

She has a very distinctive face.

Pony Girl said...

She's a cutie! Watch that Paint Girl! Before long she'll have every Pony Cousin adopting a mustang, LOL!

Tracey said...

Oh, but Pony Girl...such is the goal!

Judy, Paula and Randall are a true inspiration!

Breathe...come over to the wild side.

Linda, I know! She's so put together, like a brick house, you'd never have guessed her a yearling.

Shirley, I think it was her eyes that beckoned me to go searching for her.

Paint...keep working on those cousins!

MiKael, I'll let you use that handle on one of your pretty ponies, if you'd like! Imagine walking into the ring and the announcer calling that name... =>

Rising Rainbow said...

Tracey, ya I can just see that. The announcer wouldn't be able to speak he/she would be laughing so hard. They'd think I'd really lost it......not that I haven't but it's not quite THAT obvious. LOL

JeniQ said...

Torture!!! I MUST resist! Hubby already caught me looking at the BLM page. His comment was "What exactly are you doing?"

My response "Window Shopping and Price Comparison for when I have my forever home and my ponies in my backyard"

I got eye roll and deep sigh back.

Just don't think he understands "Horse Crazy" at all.

Judi said...

I wish you weren't so far from Ohio...

Tracey said...

JeniQ, just show him how much money you'll be saving by adopting a mustang!

Judy, Judy, Judy (why do I hear Cary Grant when I type that?), have you never heard of shipping???

Judi said...

I have been hearing Cary Grant my whole life.

Alas, I have other complications--I board my horses. Someday, I believe I may get a Mustang through TIP, but right now, I just dream...

Phyllis said...

Good grief - she is so pretty! How I wish I could have her...or another!