Sunday, May 23, 2010

I'm Saved!



I mentioned a few days ago that I was really taken with this horse, Boggy Creek Dancer, but that I was fighting my self, because I knew that buying him wasn't the wise thing to do. Well, I found out this morning that he has found a home. I kind of thought that he wouldn't last long on the listings.

So, good luck Mr. Boggy Creek Dancer, as you set off on your new, and hopefully very happy, life.

11 comments:

Tina said...

I am so glad too, he is such a beautiful horse. WOW! Absolutely stunning!

Sharon said...

Oh. I am so glad. What do they do with the horses if no one takes them? I worried he might be turned into dog food, he's too pretty for that!

The Cottage Garden Farmer said...

What a lovely horse, not that I know much about them, but he looks very handsome. Glad he's got a new home.

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

I thought for a moment that he'd found a new horse with you!! :-) But I'm glad that he's found a place to call his own!!!

AJ-OAKS said...

Sweeeet!!!! Yay for Mr. Boggy!!!
May he live the rest of his days filled with love, respect and lots of yummy food. Thanks for letting us know he has found a home.

Upupaepops said...

I see why you were taken

He looks like an old style TB I bet he has Bold Ruler someplace

Jennifer MacNeill-Traylor said...

Stunning horse, love the dapples!

Neville Henry Fotheringham said...

Yay! So glad he found a home! I hope you have a long happy life Boggy Creek Dancer, and have doting owners who spoil you!

Tammy said...

Beautiful Horse! He looks really tall. I'm so happy for him.
Tammy

Julie said...

My husband saw this posting and sent it to me. We are the proud new owners of Boggy. We brought him home yesterday to our farm in northeast NY. He has acclimated amazingly easily into our herd of 3 very sweet, well loved, and spoiled horses - 2 TB Ex racers and 1 Quarter Horse. We are looking forward to many wonderful times ahead, he is a very special guy!

I will forward pictures and video.

Louise said...

Oh, I'm so glad to hear from you. I hope that you check back here, because I can't get into any of the AOL or AIM things. If you will add your email address as a comment, I won't publish it, but I will email you so that you know where to send pictures and video. I certainly would love to be kept updated as to how he does.

We'll also post your story on the FLTAP Trainer's Listings Success Stories if you give permission.