|Death: ||Feb. 19, 2011|
New York, USA
From Spring Farm CARES in New York:
Today we most unexpectedly lost our dear pony friend Corrie. Corrie was one of five ponies rescued from a bad situation in 1993 when he was just 8 weeks old. Born with severe eyesight problems that made him almost totally blind, he came here with his again pregnant mother, Dream.
For those of you who have read our book, If Only They Could Talk, The Miracles of Spring Farm, you may remember Corrie as the blind pony we were trying to get out of the barn the night of our fire. We couldn't get him out until Bonnie held a flashlight in front of him and he started following the beam of light as she held it for him to follow.
Corrie was a very special guy. He was often comical with his approach to life and how he met things head on. He frequently made us laugh, and reminded us all that we all have an inner courage to tap into, even if we cannot see things around us clearly.
Corrie leaves behind four very special pony friends, who miss him terribly. He was stricken by a Colic that took us all by surprise. Even though we rushed him to a veterinary clinic, and he was given immediate treatment, he died the next day. We all miss his bright personality that literally seemed to fill the barn.
Created by: AngelWings
Record added: May 03, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69297360
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