Little Chey, a secondary rescue, came to us in August of 2017 from a local horse trainer. She had been badly treated, physically and psychologically, by her original owner and was rescued from that horrible situation. She came to us so she could retire, at age 23, and not have to work for the duration of her life. Now she and her best friend, Toha Chuk, our old timers, spend their days together hanging out under the shade of the willows and eat orchard hay and rice bran. She is very curious, spunky, and slightly sneaky. She’s been known to put her head between the bars of the stall to steal Caspian’s special treat bowl. If you catch her and scold her, she’ll hang her head in shame. She’s a very sweet ol’ girl with just enough spice to bring a smile to our faces.