Lots of animal moving today! Tinia Creamer (seen above riding Zip bareback, photo courtesy Tinia) is coming this afternoon with Zip, who we are also adopting. Not much is known about Zip’s background. She was found wandering loose and starving, with Patriot, in September, 2011. She and Patriot have a strong bond, and I’m happy to be able to put them back together, and also to welcome Zip to Sassafras Farm. You can see Zip on the Heart of Phoenix adoptable horses page here. She appears to be a Standardbred in her early teens, and she is gaited.
After Zip is unloaded, Tinia is going to help me with her trailer while she’s here. My visiting heifer Buttercup will be loaded to return to SarahGrace’s farm. They’re ready to get her bred now. She is the cutest thing and I will miss her! But!!!!!
BP and Glory Bee are coming back today! When we unload Buttercup at SarahGrace’s farm, BP and Glory Bee will be loaded up to come home. I can’t wait to have my cows back. I miss them so much. The folks at SarahGrace’s farm believe both BP and Glory Bee are bred. Crossing fingers!