It has been so hard coming to terms with losing this special little mare. She really was something else and I just feel blessed to have been able to make her last days pleasant. I don't think I have ever had a horse tell me so much about myself. What makes me the saddest is that I wasn't able to help her as much as she did me. When I was able to see my wonderful trainer hopped on her finally, Piper was beyond proud of herself. I wish it would have lasted longer, she was going to be something out of this world. But everything happens for a reason.... Right? Doesn't always feel that way, but I really do believe it. And I'm slowly accepting this entire nightmare as one big learning experience. Piper had her lesson to teach me and I absorbed every bit of it. I hope it carries through with Wally, I'm trying so hard to do right by him. He's my world and I wouldn't have him if I hadn't have lost Piper. It's such a harsh truth to accept. So I just have to try my best to thank Piper for what she did for me. Wally is honestly my dream horse, I can't imagine my life without him right by my side. That horse is my everything. So here's to Piper... Thanks for watching over Wallace and me. I honestly can't thank you enough for what you've done, even if it has been terribly difficult.