Josie's Black Foal of The Sand Wash Basin Challenge Painting #89
The First of the Sand Wash Basin 2011 babies has been spotted.
This pretty black filly foal is out of the beautiful sorrel mare named Josie. The foal has a white star on her forehead. This foal was spotted and photographed by Nancy Roberts on Sand Wash Basin on April 3rd.
Josie's Black Filly 5 by 7 inches watercolor
by Linda L Martin Artist
Josie is in, the gray stallion, Whiteout's Band. Josie's black foal was named by the, Sand Wash Basin Wild Horses Club, to be "Cinder" in honor of the little black Piceance filly who passed away.
If you would like to suggest a names for some of the yet un-named Sand Wash Basin Horses go to the Sand Wash Basin Wild Horses Page to make the connection with the rest of the club of Horse Watchers, herd documentors and photographers. The Club's purpose is to identify and track the behavior of the wild horses of the Sand Wash Basin and better help with management and adoption. People who participate do it for the love of the horses and preservation of their way of life.
Josie and her foal on the Sand Wash Basin HMA
Reference photo provided by Nancy Roberts
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