|1-19-15 Ashley riding Peaches on trail|
We put the word out via Facebook looking for a good home for this sweet Spotted Saddle Horse named Butterscotch. After much screening we scheduled an appoint with Ginny and her trainer Aliki Otey, who were driving up from the Phoenix area to see if she might be the right horse for Ginny, a long time horse owner now looking for a gaited horse for trail.
Peaches was a little pushy and full of energy when Aliki tried her out, but we found she had several gaits and with a good tune up, she would probably be just what Ginny needed. I was very please to get an update and picture yesterday of just how great Peaches is doing and what a wonderful match her and Ginny are for each other.
As always when we adopt a horse out we recommend a 30 day trial period and our contract states we will always take the horse back. Knowing she could be returned Peaches got the chance to get the tune up she needed and now has a forever home with a another beautiful blond. I call horse and rider, Peaches and Cream because they both have beautiful blond hair. We couldn't be happier that things are working out for them both.
Original post about Peaches (formerly Butterscotch)
Thank you all for your continued support. Last year was a very busy year and this year is starting out the same. Having you as part of our team we touch many lives and seeing positive results makes the efforts worth all the work.
Happy Trails to Ginny & Peaches!
Thank you again,