Church was great, Greg Rumbold had the service. The trip home was slow and slippery but we made it. The snow is beautiful and we should end up with around 4 inches but it is the weather coming after the snow that has filled us with dread. We are to bottom out below zero AGAIN! We really need something to take the weather off our minds and I thing the picture below is about perfect for that. So one horse is saying to the other horse, "Did you say you were looking forward to Spring? Ha Ha the joke is on you with this new storm."
Sangria's purebred IALHA papers finally came. They are posted below.
Sangria will be 14 years old this June, we got her when she was 2 years old and after 12 years were finally able to get her purebred papers. We had everything we needed to get her registered with IALHA except one piece of paper. We had the dna proof that she was a purebred and was even given her pedigree by them but because the dam's owner refused to sign a paper we were only able to get her registered as half Andalusian UNTIL NOW!!! Sangria is extremely well bred. No wonder her foals are amazing. This 12 year struggle taught me to never give up.