Wearing the breeder hat sure has changed how I word things. I have sold Joyful, I said I would never sell Joyful. She was born into this world with a birth defect and I was told to put her down. I found a godsend at WSU that was able to fix Joyful and give her a normal life. You would never know. I took her up to WSU yesterday for a checkup to make sure she was a 100% sound in every way. She is:) I had no doubts. But I said I would never sell her, but that is not the case. Joyful is outa our fab mare Downs Pride and one of my top 5 favorite stallions Streetfighter. Joyful is beautiful, sweet head, great feather, and her best attribute, her amazing temperament. That is why I have chosen to sell her. She wants her people to shower her with attention 24/7. With having 16 horses, that's not an option, so I found Joyful the most amazing family, she will be with her 1/2 sister Dream and will have kids to shower her with love. This fills my heart with so much joy and love, it is what I had to do for Joyful:) These are hard choices, but I have to do whats best for our horses, and our program. Joyful is such a love, I want her to have more in life other than being a broodmare. When you find the right fit, you can't say no:)
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