Sarah (AKA Penny). Determined, bold, no-nonsense, cautious, protective leader, strong-willed, independent, smart, beautiful. We will all miss your big, bold, beautiful presence.
She was a lovely and willing participant in the Raveheart Equine Assisted Learning programs and retreats. She loved being groomed, enjoyed her treat bowls, took care of the herd so well, took her “job” very seriously, and preferred a “hands-off” approach unless she was being groomed at liberty. When she connected with someone, it was obvious and powerful to see. If you were one of these people, you know and understand how special this was. ♥
Sarah moved on to the horse angel herd on Sunday morning, August 7, 2016. We appreciate the kind and gentle veterinarian who did all he could to ease her suffering. (Colic – Equine colic is a relatively common disorder of the digestive system. Although the term colic, in the true definition of the word, simply means “abdominal pain,” the term in horses refers to a condition of severe abdominal discomfort characterized by pawing, rolling, and sometimes the inability to defecate. Source: Google)RIP Sarah. We will remember you every day as we look over your resting place in the “valley view”.