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|Listed:||ESP September 2011 JG Keylypso|
HistoryKali came into our family in 1996 as a three year old, green broke filly. A beautiful, purebred pinto Saddlebred mare from a respectable breeder with excellent bloodlines. We owned and enjoyed her for 16 years before selling her in May of 2011 to a local family with a young daughter who would give her a job to do.
StoryIn September of 2011, our neighbor, who owns several of Kali's relatives and is very friendly with her breeder, called us to say that Kali was in the Enumclaw kill pen. The wonderful people on this board had used her registered name to contact Kali's breeder. Her breeder knew we had owned her for a very long time and was able to get a message to us through our neighbor and we were able to rescue her out of the kill pen.
In the five months she had been out of our care, she had lost a huge amount of weight. She was covered in bumps and bruises and her evaluation by members of this board showed that she was possibly lame and not fit to be ridden. Thankfully, she healed up from all of her injuries and is once again a healthy, happy, fat horse.
The only reason we were able to get her back is because of the efforts of the people on this board.
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