Samstead, yes please. That would be wonderful.
I cannot explain what it is like waking up every morning and realizing he is no longer around. Little things are more difficult than I would have ever imagined, someone asked to borrow my saddle and I couldn't let them. I feel lke nobody can use it, until I do with a new horse. Even seeing the carrots in the fridge makes me sad!! I've been offered to ride several horses, and I have taken up the opportunity to ride a mare quite similar in looks to him. I'm hoping it will bring some comfort.
Thankyou to everyone for their support, especially those who have private messaged me expressing their condolences, I'm sorry that I have not replied. I am unable to find the words. I imaged Chinga living out a long and happy retirement on the farm, not it ending like this. Although, he really was the worlds most accident prone horse. It's hard explaining to people what has happened, everyone asks if he was sick. It's horrible.
He really was the best horse in the whole wide world. He changed my life, he taught me more than I have ever imagined learning from one horse.