well,when i first met peggy,she was a little down on her luck.someone had neglected her for a number of years
with help from some oldgas members,i decided to buy her,and bring her home.surprisingly, maria didnt get mad at my bringing another woman in the house.though her front legs were badly mangled from some kind of mishap,
i still felt that she would someday be able to walk again.you all know the feeling of a diamond in the rough! well,i talked to fellow oldgasser,lowright,and aked him if he might try and do some magic on her legs and he agreed.he did a fantastic job!!then with help from others again,i got a good idea of what peggys legs should have actually looked like,and did a little resto work.
this weekend steven and i finally got her all ready,and hung her up in his room.(for those who are newer,steven is my 14 year old son) well heres the final outcome..i wish i could take a picture that would really do her justice.
shes not perfect,but sure is doing well since coming home.and, steven cant wait to show his friends his new horse!! thanks to all who helped me out on this project,its what oldgas is all about!!