Peggy is from the International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros, and came to GSH in November of 2016 during a crisis at ISPMB involving county impoundment and seizure, overcrowding and lack of resources. She was thin on intake but her feet are not in crisis and with good food, nutrition, and farrier work she will be just fine. We were told she is a yearling however she is smaller than our 7 month old colts from another Mustang herd. Based on her teeth, she is at least 6 months old, but we would place her at about 8-9 months old. Peggy is adjusting nicely to life as a "domestic" horse, is enjoying attention and grooming, has started the deworming process, is eating well and on a vitamin supplement, and will be trimmed on our next farrier visit. She just needs time and good nutrition to gain weight and handling, but is ready for a home.
Peggy is located in foster near Aberdeen, SD along with her friend, Eliza.