Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Healing Ways

Edward Teach came to us nearly five years ago. He is a formerly wild Corolla stallion. This injury was likely the result of a wild sow's attack. This is what he looked like the day he arrived--after having spent two weeks at a veterinary hospital.

In the other picture he stands with Croatoan, neck healed, owned by one of my adult riders, regularly ridden and one of our more important breeding stallions for the off site breeding program. He is the father of Ashley's horse, Peter Maxwell.

This is a very important part of what we do.

Imagine the result when we recreate history by crossing him with a Choctaw mare as was done on the Outer Banks two hundred years ago.

1 comment:

Becki Wells said...

The love and care of horses makes us better people. The horses don't ask for much in return, they trust us and look for us to protect them.