I didn't want to hijack the original "Dun or Buckskin" thread with info on Holly, the POA. First I need to explain my using the present tense and past tense words was/is when talking about her. One of my neices wanted to buy Holly so she would Have a horse she could ride so I sold Holly to her. Eight short weeks later I got an email from my neice saying Holly had died. I cried and cried. What happened was my neice had another horse that was colicky so she stalled both her horse and Holly, separately. The colicky horse died in the night and was found to have bite marks all over her. Holly was found dead in the pasture with bite marks on her, too. Neice's Vet lived only a few houses from her's so he arrived shortly, saying the he saw a pack of coyotes running from the pasture. He did a necropsy on Holly and found she had massive internal damage. She had escaped her stall when the coyotes were attacking the dead horse. The top picture is of Holly. The bottom is one I stuck with her picture to scan to my photo album.
I never knew what Holly's sire and dam looked like. She was originally bought in Texas and brought up here to Missouri. She had the typical Appy characteristics in that she had mottled skin on her muzzle and under her tail, striped hooves and sclera of the eyes, but no spots any where. Her mane and tail were a shade of brown and varnish on her legs. I have a couple of other pictures of her, but I'd have to do a "reply to post" to get them on here.