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|AH-AtRisk 4/23/2014 19 Honky Tonk
HistoryFormer Dude ranch horse
StoryWe are an Animal Rescue in Moses Lake. I was asked by a friend to go with them to check out a couple horses for their family. It was hard for me to agree, being a Rescuer and horse lover. I was raised on horses in Montana where they became very special to me at a young age. We picked up the two my friend wanted, but. This one paint just wouldn't leave me, and it was very clear that I couldn't leave him. His name now is Cheyanne and we ride everywhere. He has become very handsome and I thank God daily for taking me to Sunnyside that day!
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