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.

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