“Jill, would you be interested in a super quiet Icelandic for your equine therapy program?” My vet asked me.
“Yes, of course!” I practically yelled. Quiet and docile these little troopers make excellent equine therapy mounts.
With 24 hours I had a fuzzy Carmel colored Icelandic named Negev which we quickly renamed Chicken Nugget.
He was a dream horse. Easy going yet energetic and enthusiastic during The lessons. In the field he enjoyed his friends, especially Brutus. They would groom one another for hours and call to each other when separated.
One morning all the horses were laying down, which was highly unusual. When they heard me they all got up but Nuggie. During the night he had passed away.
Brutus refused to leave his side until one by one they said their final goodbye with a gallop around the field.
I’m comforted in knowing he is in an eternal kingdom but his loss is devastating. Nuggie was not just an equine therapy horse- he was a friend and confidant to many here. His loss echoes in the fields of RAISE YOUR DREAMS FARM!