Palomino horse on a rocky trail

Foffy

“Please come and get her before she’s taken to a kill pen,” said the caller. “My husband wants $400 for her.”

Her mother was a mustang, and Foffy has the independence, alertness, and intelligence you would expect from a wild horse. She enjoys a peaceful, indulgent life on 20 acres along with bison, burros, and an occasional goat. Her name was shortened to Foffy from Feet of Flames—so named because when she runs, she is a rippling gold river, feet high, blonde mane and tail flying, a splendid, healthy animal.

Photos of Foffy

Stories About Foffy

Note: Many of our posts are collections of stories about multiple animals at Earthfire. The animal you’re looking for may not be shown in these post previews, but each post does contain a relevant story. 

White bison eating hay

Between getting ready for winter and speaking at a variety of events, we’ve been especially busy lately. But Dante Rios, our animal caretaker, has been delighting us with beautiful pictures...

Profile of a bison's head

Foffy the Mustang, Garrett the Farrier, and Bluebell the Displeased Bison Bluebell was not pleased. It is not good when Bluebell is not pleased. She is a massive, powerful, assertive...

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