sentientmasstransit:

Horse people, I need your help.

I’m trying to track down this horse, Vaughn aka Heza Two Eyed Spark. He’s a 2007 quarter horse gelding that I last saw in Northern Wisconsin before he was sold and I lost all track of him.

He’s 14.1 -14.2, solid bay with no marking and no brands of any kind. His front legs are crooked and were being straightened with proper farrier care, but was sound as a rock. He wasn’t fully broke to ride and had very little trust.

I’m looking for him in the hopes of finding him in a good home. He was abused for several years and it left him scared and difficult to work with. I worked with him for several months and made great progress, but unfortunately was unable to buy him, and he was gone before I could even try.

All I ask is that you please reblog this so it can be seen by as many people as possible, and that you keep an eye out for Heza Two Eyed Spark, even if you don’t live in the Wisconsin area. He could be anywhere by now.

Vaughn was very special to me, and I wish I’d been able to keep him myself.

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First snow of the year

First snow of the year

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sentientmasstransit:

I’m going to do a thing. This is my cousin’s iPod. She’s somewhere here on Tumblr, but she doesn’t know my URL and I don’t know hers.

So, as a test, if she can find this, she can follow me.

MAKE MY COUSIN FIND THE THING!

sentientmasstransit:

I’m going to do a thing. This is my cousin’s iPod. She’s somewhere here on Tumblr, but she doesn’t know my URL and I don’t know hers.

So, as a test, if she can find this, she can follow me.

MAKE MY COUSIN FIND THE THING!

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sentientmasstransit:

he has the best eyes

sentientmasstransit:

he has the best eyes

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Picture on the left is the first time I actually rode at this place. The one on the right is the day before I left. 7 years. Had I known what was to come in those years, I never would have continued on after that first ride.

Picture on the left is the first time I actually rode at this place. The one on the right is the day before I left. 7 years. Had I known what was to come in those years, I never would have continued on after that first ride.