Monday, October 14, 2013
Elusive Calico Filly Found !
Do you remember Sage, the sorrel filly I adopted from BLM's disastrous 2010 round-up? She was part of the herd I observed to write my Phantom Stallion books. Sage was two years old when I loosed her and Ghost Dancer into the 5,000 fenced acres of the Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown, California.
Both mares seemed to disappear.
Could this be Sage? I compared these to a
photo you sent me. That pic doesn't show her legs so I'm not sure she
has any white on her legs...but this resembles her very much, I think.
The way her forelock "parts" in
the middle" and the way the blaze closest to the forelock is shaped.
It's difficult to tell for certain, tho. I noted that in the pics I've
attached the part of her blaze closest to the muzzle/nostrils "comes
in/narrows" more than it appears to in your photo.
What do you think?
Wild Horse Sanctuary, Volunteer Coordinator
Board of Directors
THIS IS HER!!!!
Thanks so, so much for finding her!
Talk to you more later!
Tomorrow: Where we THINK she's been
Labels: BLM, calico horses, Calico round up, Sage, Wild Horse Sanctuary
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Terri Farley @ 9:38 PM