He came to be part of our horsey family in the summer of 2010. Kenny moved to a 10 acre field to be with his new friend a pinto gelding named Fiddler.
They get on great and Kenny likes to be the boss, not all of the time they both take turns. We don't ask nothing from him. He stands in the barn and contently munches away on his hay.
We needed a companion horse quickly and after putting in a call to Julie and telling her what we needed, she had the perfect horse, delivered that very day and Kenny settled in like he has always lived here. Just the nicest horse you can have around. We just love the guy.
Have a great winter!Kenny willl be snug as a bug in a rug.
Thanks for all your generousity in finding homes for so many really good horses