Being There When It Counts

In Stories

Andrea Wookey (a logistics officer in the Canadian Forces) just wrote among the most devastatingly beautiful stories about a horse husband that I have ever read. Despite never having been to a horse show, Ian (an Air Force pilot) was there to care for Andrea’s aging horse while she was away completing a year long course, and was there to help and support both Andrea and the entire farm when horses began falling ill from contaminated feed.

Please take some time out of your day to read the entire story via The Horse Collaborative HERE. Thank you to Brian Rutledge for bringing this heart-wrenching story of gratitude to my attention.

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