These are pics of a strawberry roan fewsopt appy mare I used to have. Out of all the horses I've had, she was the one I loved the most. She was my soulmate. I'd still have her today, but she died of abdominal cancer (we didn't know she had it) on October 29, 2006... 10 months after we got her. Even though my time with her was fairly short, it was, and still is, the best time of my life. She's the best thing that's ever happened to me :)
And her name was Nellie <3[ATTACH][ATTACH]Horse Camp Aug 4-6 2006 092.jpg[/ATTACH][/ATTACH]
Thyme..my app looks kind of like yours but she doesn't carry a blanket...
She is a 5 year old varnish. When I first got her she was pretty much red with a little varnish and she just keeps getting more and more white.
This was her a year ago.
For once I actually have one to add here! A nice change from all bays and chestnuts if you ask me xD
This is JW (or John Wayne...this is why you don't let cowboys name the horses) our new lesson horse-to be. He was abandoned in a field for two years before we stumbled across him, and the FO let him go for $200, which seemed reasonable until I hopped on him! Now I think he was just a flat out steal! Lovely trot and canter, performs rollbacks and bends beautifully. And the best part is that the little cutie is only 13.2 hh! I actually don't feel like a mouse on him ;) No idea how old he is, vet estimates about 14. I really don't even know what breed or color he is either. He looks varnish roan to me but I have no experience with these colors, and I'm assuming he's either an appy, POA, or Quarter Pony. No mottled skin around the eyes though so I don't know. He does have a rat tail and slightly striped hooves though! XD
Bluespark..it is hard to believe something so beautiful as bubbles would be in a meat pen...I don't think any horse should be but I just love that loud blanket she has and her color..beautiful..hows her disposition?
Nokota sorry to hear about your loss even years ago. I know what its like to have a horse touch your life. I had a mare a few years back who we only had for 8 months. Shortly after getting her we found out she was pregnant and then when her foal was only a little over a month she was struck by lightning. I had NEVER had a horse die that way and it was just devastating to me. Her and I had bonded and became so close just in the few months we had her. I bottle fed the colt and still have him. Vowed never to get rid of him. Reg. Name Dream Cather Kid call him Dreamer. Excuse the winter coat shedding.