[Namron] Looking For Horse Help
tiffparrett at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 08:47:21 PDT 2007
I replied to you off-list. Thanks again.
Also, EVERYONE ELSE
If you have any type of space to keep horses for a little while as our
friend gets back on her feet, she will work out a deal with you. Any
type of fenced in pasture that you would be willing to share for a
little while would be a great help.
Thanks again for your help.
- Eowyth (MKA: Tiffany)
Samarrah bint Annaan wrote:
>Bjorn is home sick right now, call the house and tell him about this (our home e-mail is down or I'd forward it) and see if we can't help in some way.
>Our home number is 405-867-5709
>Lady Samarah Basimah Latifa al Dhakira bint Anaan bint Mellilah
>God be with you in every pass. Jesus be with you on every hill. Spirit be with you in every stream, headland, ridge and law, each sea and land, each moor and meadow, lying down and rising up,in the trough of the waves or on the crest of the billow. Each step of the journey you go, go with God.
>----- Original Message ----
>From: E. Dawson Schachter <wolf.of.westernesse at gmail.com>
>To: Barony of Namron Mailing List <namron at ansteorra.org>
>Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2007 7:56:30 PM
>Subject: [Namron] Looking For Horse Help
>Friends and Fellows,
>We humbly apologize to anyone who receives this more than once, we are
>sending it to several lists as well as the individuals we can think of
>who might be able to help.
>We have a friend in New Mexico who has a ranch where she breeds
>foundation bred paint and quarter horses (among other things like
>leading pack/hunting trips and breeding cow dogs and the like). She
>recently had her lease pulled from under her and has to get her horses
>moved in less than 2 weeks. This amazing woman has spent the past 25
>years building her business and we hate to see it fail because of
>something like this. So, in efforts to help maintain it and keep her
>from having to sell all her horses we are looking for people to
>lease/foster some of her mares for her. Some of them are in foal, and
>she has let us know that she may be willing to give the baby to whoever
>can lease/foster the mare(s) as a sort of thank you. These animals have
>amazing pedigrees and all the registration papers would go to the new
>owner of the baby. Or even if you just have land available that you'd be
>willing to let her horses stay on for a bit while she gets her own
>permanent place (without taking on the responsibility of a new baby or
>anything) that would help too.You can see the variety of horses she has
>at her website: http://www.pdiamonj.com
>If you can help out, let us know. We'd be happy to help work something
>out with you, where we can drive the horses out to you, or meet you half
>way, or something if you aren't local to New Mexico...mostly, we're just
>trying to help out a friend. Alternately, if you are, or know someone,
>who has property in New Mexico where she could set up shop, even
>temporarily while she gets a place more permanent, give us a call or an
>email and let us know. Certainly, feel free to email this on to people
>who you think might be able to help. All our contact information is
>below if you wish to find out more.
>Thank you all for any help you can provide.
Barony of Namron
Northern Region of Ansteorra
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