Emmy Lou came to AAE in September 2014. At about two months old, she was one of the youngest 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”. The five have grown and thrived here at AAE, they have been socialized, and they learned their horsey manners from Grammy Sierra. Emmy Lou had little if any handling before arrival, and she was untouchable, reactive, fearful, and sickly. She recovered fine, and she has been learning about halters, leading, hoof care and all of the basics. She is a very sweet little gal, but still needs a quiet, gentle handler. She is ready to find her forever home, continue her training, and become someone’s new best friend. For more photos, please visit her Facebook album.