Crystal came to AAE in September 2014. At about five months old, she was one of the oldest of a group of five from Oregon that were part of an ongoing placement effort by the Warm Springs Horse Network. These horses are described as American Heritage Mustangs, “living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the West”. Four of the five have moved on to new homes, and Crystal is still waiting for her own person. She has been socialized, and learned her horsey manners from Grammy Sierra and the rest of the herd. Crystal had little if any handling before arrival. She was untouchable and very reactive and fearful. She has learned about halters, leading, hoof care and the basics. With patience and understanding her confidence has grown. She is now much more trusting and easy to halter, lead, and groom, and she also stands well for the vet and farrier. She is very willing to try and understand anything you ask of her, but is still a bit timid. She needs to find her own experienced and confident handler that is a quiet, gentle, and patient person to give her a forever home and continue her development. Crystal is up to date with vaccines, deworming, and hoof and dental care (wolf teeth were extracted).