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I am purebred and a special needs pet.
After about a month at the rescue (and plenty of food) Cheyenne was beginning the path toward a healthy weight and Rusty was on his own, no longer nursing. Over the next several months, her weight continued to increase as the pregnancy progressed. By the time the new colt was born in May 2011, she was back at a healthy weight.
Through the months that she's been at the rescue, we've come to know her as a very sweet mare. She's a good mother, and a nice horse to have around. Cheyenne has been through a lot in her life. She's ready to find a quiet place to call home. Since she has been pregnant or nursing throughout her stay at the rescue, we have not been able to see if she has any riding abilities.
Cheyenne is marked as special needs because her colt must be adopted with her.