It took quite a while for us to get the fencing done, the run in built and everything ready for her, but we did it and she's here.
The lady I bought her from brought her up, it was an 8 hr drive and such a hot day, but she arrived safe and sound.
She was hot and tired, but after a night's rest, she's doing great.
She's still a little jumpy, but she's starting to relax already. I know she misses her other horse friends right now, but I think she's adjusting quite well, watching the chickens and getting used to being the only horse around.
She's going to get all the attention from both my husband and I, whereas when she was at her past home, the lady said she'd get lost in the shuffle of horses. She just didn't have the time for her that she deserved.
She's such a good girl though, quiet and easy to handle, we are going to love having her around.