Friends of the Donkey Whisperer Farm
Trophy as a baby
A GOD story:
Our current five acre, six garage, outdoor arena, turn-key equestrian home/farm has a Trophy Lane address in Kingston, Washington. Since GOD has blessed us with a new twenty acre farm in Sequim, Washington we plan moving next spring and placing our current farm on the market. Select our last fall on our farm to read more. Our friends and neighbors gave us Miss Trophy to live as a pasture mate with Miss Lily and to show the world how my training works for Donkeys, horses and mules. I will train her with Parelli Natural Horsemanship techniques as I have all of our equine.
Horse, donkey and mule people gravitate to one another and for this I am very grateful to our friends and neighbors as Trophy is such a beautiful mare inside and outside. I first met her as a yearling and I was amazed at her beauty and long sleek neck so different from my quarter horse Miss Lily. I am going to be learning an entire new breed the Saddlebred horse as I grew up with a pony at age five, next came the quarter horse, appaloosa, arabians, welsh pony, and thoroughbred horses.
To make a long story short our friends and neighbors (husband and wife) gave us this magnificent horse as a gift after they learned I was looking for a mare for Miss Lily on our new twenty acre farm in Sequim, Washington. Favor from our friends and no doubt GOD in Jesus Christ name. “GOD uses his children to bless his children this is why it is important to always treat people the way we want to be treated. Giving is far more rewarding than receiving in most cases”. This is favor from Jesus Christ as he made us neighbors first and friends second, remember GOD always has a plan long before we do.
Trophy is a five-year old American Saddlebred Mare
We look forward to moving to our new twenty acre farm next spring and watching Miss Lily and Miss Trophy run and play. Never give up on GOD as he will never give up you!
Anyone have one of these American Saddlebred horses or have you previously owned one? Please leave me a comment as I am interested to learn all I can on this breed. I have joined the American Saddlebred Association and I am doing all my homework as usual but I would really love to hear from you. Please do not be shy, share your photos, videos and stories.
GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!
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