Little sweet Nasar did not make it. Jared took her to the vet yesterday afternoon. She took Gator Aid with water right away and took milk replacement once at the vet. But unfortunately she went to run with Lakota and all the other wonderful Pryor Horses that have passed. I appreciated deeply Jared efforts to help her.
Even though she was only here 48 hours, she touched my soul. I will always remember her each and every time that I go to my campsite, and I am thankful that I took so many photos of her. She was here and she will always be here to me.
For whatever reason that none of us will ever know, LaBrava choose to have Nasar close by my tent. I feel blessed that I was able to witness this sweet girl for as long as I did and also give her a name.
I keep saying to myself that I should have informed Jared sooner. But I am glad that I was there and knew of the situation. If LaBrava had choose to foal somewhere else, perhaps no one would have known she was in the wrong place. I wonder how many times that occurs and we do not even realize it.
All little Nacer wanted was to be loved. I watched her beg for it with what ever mare she could come close too. She was a strong little filly that deserved better in her short few hours on this earth.
Stay strong little one. You are now one of the spirit horses of the Pryor Mountains, a very special place for one so small.