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I WILL find you. You've been warned.SOLD to *barbed-heart [link]
Yush. New copyright. AND new watermark. I honestly don't think I could make my point any clearer. Don't make me slap on that hideous DA watermark. 'Cause I will if need be.
I'll stop myself there before I write an entire vent novel.
This is my entry for *barbed-heart
's horse sale. [link]
I'm trying for her drop-dead gorgeous [link]
(Blue Ghost). I was in love with him and his design from the moment I laid eyes on him.
His design is by *Kumoulogy
, so of course I adore him! What do you expect?
This Thoroughbred stallion will be a very substantial addition to our colorful Irish Sport Horse breeding program. And to our numerous competition champions, of course!EDIT: we won him! Make him feel welcome, k?Stats mostly by *barbed-heartName:
BHS Blue GhostBarn Name:
18hh (monstrously tall!)Color:
Gray (perlino based) Tobiano/SabinoMarkings:
Extensive jagged-edged white markings. Spots on lip and right nostril. Right eye is amber, left eye is blueGenes:
Ee / Aa / CrCr / Tt / nSbNotes:
Cross countryPassable Traits:
Color, discipline, height, personalitySire/Dam:
TB x TBOffspring: RS Confetti
|| MHS RainFor stud:
's Ride for Life contestAwards: 1st Place
and Most Realistic
's Ride for Life contestPersonality:
Blue Ghost is an agoraphobic. He has a fear of open places and over-exposure. It's like the exact opposite of a claustrophobic. Ghostie always prefers when something - anything - is touching him, or very close to him. He prefers woods to fields; prefers stalls to pastures; prefers rain to dry; prefers indoor arena to outdoor. In fact, he loves
the rain. The constant pitter-patter on his back is comforting, letting him know that something is always there touching him. This fear of over-exposure is one reason why he didn't do so well on the racetrack. *barbed-heart
had trained him at first to be a racer, but the wide open, vast track was too much for Ghostie to handle. He didn't like to leave the starting gate. So now he's trained in cross country, where he can gallop among the trees and hills.Story "Amy! Where is Blue Ghost? He's supposed to be in by now!" barked Jonathan Taggers, head stable hand, at one of the part-time hands. It was pouring down rain outside, threatening to storm, and the stable hands were scurrying about, trying to get all the horses in from the pastures before the storm worsened. So far, everyone was in their stalls, safe and sound, except for the newest addition, Blue Ghost.
"I don't know!" cried Amy, "We've looked everywhere for him! He won't come in!"
Jonathan, frustrated, grabbed the keys to the six-wheeler and told Amy to hop in. In all the torrential rain, they sped off to the pasture where Ghostie was hiding.
"You would think it'd be easy to find a near-white horse when it's this dark!" yelled Jonathan over the roar of the rain and wind.
"Not when he's purposefully hiding from you!" Amy yelled back.
They finally found Ghostie. He was standing at the edge of the woods, picking up his feet and shaking the mud off. Ghostie hated when he feet got stuck in mud. The pale horse seemed very eerie standing there. With the mist at his feet and the spray of the rain in his back, he was practically glowing in the darkness of the storm.
"Quick! Halter him up and let's get out of here!" Jonathan yelled to Amy.
Amy did so, approaching Ghostie with caution. She didn't want to scare him back into the woods. But he just stood there, still shaking his feet, and watched her curiously. She buckled his halter and lead and then tugged on him to make him hurry. He followed obediently, and all three rushed back to the safety of the barn.
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Blue Ghost's original character © *barbed-heart
Blue Ghost's design © *Kumoulogy [link]