9 by 6 Watercolor
This little filly from Stinkwater HMA in Oregon evokes all sorts of benevelont emotions, however she has yet to find an adoptive home. She seems to have three marks against her that probably should stir up the desire to rescue this baby from her implied circumstances rather than make her a less appealing adoption prospect. The first is the name of her HMA. Stinkwater doesnt exactly suggest the romantic herds that Pryor Mountains, Kieger, and Steens bring to mind. Of course that doesnt make her any less a daughter of great mustang stallions and a historic legacy of our Wild Horse heritage.
Photo by Tracey Westbury
Used by permission
This filly is from Stinkingwater HMA. Horses here have a strong draft influence and range in size from 14.2-16 hands. There are many roans to be found, along with bays, sorrels and blacks. She's located currently at the wild horse corrals in Oregon.