Half Friesian mare, the youngest in the herd.
Super smart, always wants to participate, LOOOVES helping people!
Ashara’s muse and great teacher.
Lili is the youngest member of the Healing Herd. AND, despite her color, she is Wilma’s granddaughter!
A short story: When we first bought Wilma, she was pregnant. She had the foal, a colt we named Patric, who we then sold, and as these things go, we lost track of him. Fast forward several years, and I got a phone call out of the blue from a gentleman asking if we had ever owned a Friesian horse named…. Patric! When Ashara went to visit Patric, she discovered he was still a stallion, and had been bred to a few mares. There was Lili, two months old and cute as a bug. Of course we bought her, and ended up purchasing Zimi, her Quarter Horse mom as well.
Lili is super-smart, having two whorls on her forehead (it’s a sign!). She learned how to be haltered and led pretty much by watching the other horses. She continues to amaze us. Whenever someone comes to the barn for a session, she is the first one with her hoof in the air, wanting to participate. She looooves helping people.
She is Ashara’s muse, and one of her greatest teachers. This little girl knows just how to push the buttons that will help Ashara grow. She is going to be a hoot as she gets older, and has already told Ashara that SHE is her riding horse. She’s just not big enough right now to be ridden, so it’s okay that Wilma gets to have that honor. We’re not sure she has actually said that out loud to Wilma, since she is smart enough to know that Grandma Wilma is the boss.