Several years ago, I was rescued from an abusive home. My new owner and others involved in this ministry, have loved me even with my fear issues. I have surprised everyone with my newly found steady confidence
in being a gentle ride for our youngsters, however, for an experienced rider I can fly!
My previous owner named me Abigail, because of who she was in the Bible. She was a woman who overcame her fears, confronted an enemy, and was able to stop a battle from taking place. She saved people’s lives with her bravery. She said in 1 Samuel 25:29, “Even
when you are chased by those who seek your life, you are safe in the care of the Lord our God, secure in his treasure pouch!”
Also, I am the great granddaughter of Khemosabi, the highest producing Arabian Stallion on record (as of 2003).
Born in 1987 • Arabian - Chestnut (Mare) • 13.2 hands • Registered Name: Kristal Rhos
Being blind in my left eye, makes it hard for me to be comfortable, so I need a rider who will take good care of me. Sometimes I get nervous, so I need a rider who I can truly trust. I am really sweet and loving, and once I get to know someone, we can have a great bond!
Born in 1995 • Arabian Bay (Mare) • 13.3 hands
I am the apple of Jack’s eye! He has a soft spot in his heart for the Tennessee Walker Horse because he used to have another one. When we first met--it was “love at first sight”. I am special because I don’t trot/lope like most horses. I have a gate called “pacing”. It is like a trot or lope but it is much more comfortable. That is another reason why Jack love me so much; because I am such a comfortable ride! Also, just so you know, I used to be the Queen here at Blessings Farm. Sometimes, I do pin my ears back and make faces at the other horses. I try to show them who is boss! So don’t worry, it isn’t meant towards you.
Born in 1987 • Tennessee Walker - Chestnut (Mare) • 14.2 hands
Hooves In Our Hearts
“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:28
Lesson Horses Who Have Passed On...
I’m a very friendly horse and I love people. My classic saddle horse gaits are very fast and sometimes a
bit rough. I like to be in charge and like to go where I want to and that makes it tough for my rider sometimes.
I very much enjoy trail rides. Not much bothers me. I also love to eat lots of unusual things like watermelon, rind and all. I will be the first to come say hello when you come in the paddock. But I do have a lot of aches and pains so sometimes say ‘no’ when you touch me on my body. Don’t take it personally, I am just in a lot of pain some days. I don’t really like little kids much but I will tolerate them.
Born in 1991 • Spotted Saddle Horse • Brown, White, and Black (Gelding) • 14.3 hands