Meet a couple new members to the farm

Meet Penny and Bolt

It’s been a while since I’ve done much of a post on here, but I wanted you to meet two of the newest members to the farm.  We got them back in October and they have settled in amazingly. We couldn’t be happier with our two new friends.


Penny is a Welsh Pony/Quarter Horse .  She is  Little M’s horse and they are such a cute pair.   She is a retired show horse, as my daughter always says.  Now she gets to run around the pasture and have little kids ride around on her.  She is such a sweetheart.  As soon as we met her, she stole our hearts.






Bolt was a rescue so we don’t know a lot about him.  He is a Quarter Horse/ something 😉 He is such a love bug and is always ready to snuggle up to you.  His name was Twister when we got him but with the white stripe on his nose and with a horse already named Penny, it seemed only fitting to call him Bolt.  If your a Disney fan you will understand.  This picture was about a week after bringing him home. They  had shaved his mane because it was rubbed off from trying to reach through the rails to get grass.  As well as, part of his tail was rubbed raw from being keep in a small stall with 3ft of poop and lack of care.  Breaks my heart. He looked so much better so fast and has come even further along now.  I can’t wait to see him in a year from now.  He continues to amaze me with how forgiving he is to people after all they have done to him.  Now he gets to live the good life with his buddy Penny and all our other critters.


Here is a little video I put together of some of my favorite pictures of them over the last few month.

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