AN UPDATE ON OUR BUCKET FUND FILLY FOAL, SINCLAIR!






GOOD NEWS!

Even though she looked pretty bad in the original photos of her rescue… this girl has bounded back!  She spent 2 nights in the hospital and now is in the house of LRTC member, Brittany Denoyer.

You can tell, if you look at the photos… Sinclair is in a room of a house.  It looks like they have stacks of new flooring ready to go.  She has a window, blinds and a baby gate.  I’m sure this is the easiest way for all to keep solid eyes on her and to keep her temperature regulated during all of our freezing storms here on the West Coast.  (Sinclair was rescued off of the Virginia Range near Reno, Nevada.)

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Sinclair and her keeper, Brittany Denoyer.

Baby learning to get up and stand on her own.

She didn’t have a suck reflex… but she drinks! Click image to watch a video of her drinking!

This morning… and easier standing session

Sinclair lapping up her spilled milk.

 

THE NAME… WHY SINCLAIR?, I asked…

LRTC watches over 3000 wild horses on the Virginia Range and throughout the Nevada state.  I was told that during emergency situations, they tend to grab whatever name they can think of and don’t put a lot of thought into it, like they do for regular, uneventful listing and record keeping.

So… the rescue team trying to save this baby could only think of the gas station on the nearest corner, which was a Sinclair.

The Sinclair Dinosaur.

Honestly, I have been in love with that green dinosaur for years… so it is OK by me!

HERE SHE IS… CHECKING OUT HER WORLD.

Standing steadily on her third day of life. She’s drinking and behaving like a regular baby, although weak. So far, so good.

 

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–All pieces here were artisan crafted for the the needy horses featured in the  HORSE AND MAN BUCKET FUND!

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I MADE THESE TODAY BECAUSE I KNOW PEOPLE LOVE THE “KITCHEN SINK” DESIGNS –  AND IT WILL HELP OUR GIRL.  WE HAVE NO SHOWS PENDING (QUARANTINE), SO TIME TO USE THE SUPPLIES!  (Shipping included!)

1)  BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! KITCHEN SINK NECKLACE #1  SOLD!

Czech glass beads in all shapes, sizes and colors… with some turquoise trade beads and an abalone bead at closure. So much fun! Wear on neck, wrist, ankle, single/double/triple! 48″

2) KITCHEN SINK #2 GORGEOUS!    SOLD!

This is so pretty!! Czech glass in all shapes, sizes and colors! Wear around neck, wrist, ankle, single/double/triple! 60″ of fun!

 

3)  KITCHEN SINK #3 (A dollar an inch!)  SOLD!

CZECH GLASS beads in soft pastels with some brights in many shapes and sizes. Really, really pretty and delicate. Wear in so many ways! 68″

 



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2 comments have been posted...

  1. dawndi Post author

    These mustangs are on State land, not Federal. So the BLM does not have jurisdiction. The townspeople care for them.

  2. Calvin48

    Just curious about the future for this foal. As a wild horse, is she “owned” by the BLM? Where will she go when she no longer requires intensive care? Is she being adopted by the group that rescued her?

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