Six Year Old Girl Refuses to Put Down “Ugly Duckling” Foal

News from the UK Telegraph

Every now and then a story comes along that touches your heart and reminds you why it is we do what we do.  This is just such a story.  The love and bond built between this little girl and her disfigured foal is unconditional and not tempered because the horse is not “perfect”.  Non-perfect horses are what feed the slaughterhouses and if more breeders held to the same sentiments that this tiny little equine rescuer does, then the World of Horses would be a much kinder and gentler place.  Please, wash out your mind, soul and heart with this touching tale.” – R.T.

Maddison sees beyond Diego's appearance and loves him for who he is - Photo by the UK Telegram

Maddison Biddlecombe dotes on Diego and begged her family not to have him put down.

Despite being advised by other horse owners to have Diego put to sleep, Maddison’s mother Janey Biddlecombe, 33, refused.

She is now hoping to raise money for an operation by an equine dentist which is likely to cost £4,000. And you thought the Long Beach CA dentist bills were steep, think again!

Diego was born on May 12 with Wry Nose Syndrome, which caused him to have a bent nose and undershot jaw.

Despite initial difficulties he has learnt to suckle well from his mother and is happy, healthy and growing well.

Maddison said: “Diego is my best friend and I don’t care what he looks like, to me his face makes him special.

“He’s so lovely. We have a lot of fun playing games and he likes to chase me around the field. I love him lots and he gives me kisses and cuddles.

“People shouldn’t say he should be put down because of what he looks like, it doesn’t matter to me. My friends really like him too and we have so much fun feeding him. He’s the best horse ever.”

Mrs Biddlecombe, of Poole, Dorset, who keeps her horses in Southampton, sought advice online from others on the New Forest Equine Directory forum and was shocked by some responses.

She said: “I asked for help and advice but some people have been unkind and told me to put him to sleep. Maybe it’s an easy way out but not for me. I don’t agree with putting him to sleep just because he looks different.

“It was a struggle the day after he was born but he’s come on leaps and bounds and is doing fantastically.

“Maddison adores Diego and has formed a great bond with him. They have even been found cuddled up together asleep in the field in the sun. He certainly knows he’s loved.

“He’s a fighter and I am willing to do everything and anything for him – whatever it takes to make sure he has a happy, normal life.

“When he’s bombing around the field he’s so happy and there’s no way I could put him down – not unless he’s suffering, but not just because he looks different.”

Mrs Biddlecombe said her mother had been a great help as Diego is kept in her field.

She said the RSPCA were happy with Diego but accepted that the colt could have problems when he starts grazing.

She said she hoped any difficulties could be cured by surgery and the family would be devastated if they had to have him put down.

Mrs Biddlecombe added: “We would be heartbroken but we will do all we can for him and let him know he was loved and cuddled and kissed.”

Wry Nose Syndrome causes the upper and lower jaw of a horse to grow to one side.

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92 comments on “Six Year Old Girl Refuses to Put Down “Ugly Duckling” Foal

  1. What a great news article and piece that there are great people in the world. Is it possible to find out if there has been a fund raiser, chip in, or other opportunity to contribute to ensure that Deigo can get the surgery he needs, It would be wonderful to help the Biddlecombe’s do this so that he is able to graze and stay healthy and have the long and loving life that he, and all, so richly deserve. I am sure that there are many hearts that this story has touched and have moved people to also want to donate. Thanks if you can find this out and post any info for us.

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      • Hello everyone – we have come from behind and have taken over the lead against the pro wild horse slaughter group in just 2 days!
        Keep cross posting this!

        CNN poll today” Would you eat horse meat?

        Looks like the SS proslaughter PR machine is up and running, however lamely.
        Please take the poll to outnumber her fans that say they would eat horsemeat.

        http://eatocracy.cnn.com/2010/06/22/lunchtime-poll-horse-meat/

        I’m going to post this on a few other Articles to catch some that might not be reading this one – sorry if you get it a few times from me – but lets tell Sue who the Pulblic is and what they will or won’t put up with!

        Thanks

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    • He is ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL and I wish you the best of luck with him. Thank you for sharing this story and for being such an amazing young lady!!!!

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    • Years ago I bought a foal that was parrot-mouthed and everyone told me not to. Vets and “knowledgeable horsepeople said he was ugly. I bought him and he went on to be a champion show horse and I had him til the day he died at 33 years old. He died in my arms.
      No one knows why creatures come into your life, only that they are meant to.

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      • Your words are so moving Kathleen. Thank you for that.
        I feel the same way…. I think there is a meaning in these experiences…learning about love….

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    • If this horse cannot graze and you want to keep it as a pet , you can feed it those soaked hay cubes and beetpulp – it should do well on that , I had a horses with no teeth that looked wonderful on that diet …. good luck

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  2. Janey and Maddison set an example of great attunement. What an enriching experience this young horse will give to this family – with no intention of his own, yet so powerful. You don’t abandon or put down a family member because of “looks”. If the horse can be helped and become healthy he deserves every chance.
    The bond they will have is a gift itself – having survived the ignorance of humans again, who dismiss and don’t have the courage to challenge the situation – what pitiful attitude it is, to recommend the killing of a young horse, because of it’s looks.
    Hat off to Janey and Maddison. I hope you will inspire many others.

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  3. This little foal has every right to live. However if it is going to suffer because it has problems grazing then it wouldn’t be fair to put it through it.
    I hope they can raise the 4k – why shouldn’t they. I know we are a bunch of softies but what harm is there if the horse is healthy and happy?

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  4. the cause of this condition may be attributed to “nutritional deficiences during the gestation; possibly genetic or diet related;

    I applaud and admire this young gal; she sees the Grace and Beauty of the Foal which the condtioned and established mind
    cannot see…

    The Foal could be hand fed if absolutley necessary; nutrtitionally fortified pellets might help; hay cubes moistened with water;

    a good vitamin mineral supplement could prevent further damage…

    as long as the Foal can be helped eating; the foal is a lucky foal !

    kudos to Maddison and Diego; Madisson thinks like a wise one !

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  5. Thank-you!!! Little stories of greatness give me hope. Operating an equine rescue and sanctuary, I see way too many “disposable” animals. As long as quality of life is good and all are happy and healthy, I believe all should be allowed to live – after all, who are we to take a life divinely created especially when we cannot recreate that life?

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  6. Beauty Haven Rescue in Florida had the same problem with a colt and he had the surgery and is doing fine.

    I am going to foward this to Theresa the owner of Beauty Haven as I am sure she can give these folks some good advice and info.

    Here is Theresa’s email address bhfer@earthlink.net

    R.T. maybe you can help me get these two connected.

    If we could all look at the world through the eyes of a child what a better place it would be.

    Marge

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  7. What an admirable horse family you are to give this little guy a chance!! I understand that he may have difficulty grazing as he matures, but no more difficulty than some of the “more than senior” horse in my care. We have a 40something gelding who has lost all of his back teeth and cannot graze adequately enough to nourish himself, he also cannot have any variety of chopped hay as he chokes on it. We are able to provide him the forage in the form of hay stretcher pellets wetted to a mash and served in a large tub typically used for mucking stalls. He is happy, healthy, shiny and strong thanks to the advancements made in hay/grass substitutes. Bless you and Diego!!

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  8. Is there a fund to send money? I would happily help. What a wonderful life lesson: Help those who are different, embrace those differences! This is the kind of lesson I want to teach my two girls – NOT put him down because he’s different! Wow, let’s help! Post information about a fund or how to send money.

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  9. What a fantastic uplifting story. This is no different then having a human child with a cleft palate or a child with down syndrome. Kudos to them for seeing through his deformality. If RTFITCH, can help them get in touch with the Beauty Haven rescue as mentioned above, would be FANTASTIC, we need an updated story and where to fundraise for this girls foal.

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  10. A tribute to a young girl, her family, and all those who can see past appearance and recognize the true value of special horses.

    We have a filly, Angel (born this Spring to a rescued Peruvian Paso mare), who’s just perfect until she turns to face you. She has a very crooked nose and jaw problems, possibly gentic.

    We also have a WONDERFUL vet who has taken her on as a personal project at no cost to the rescue. He’s been consulting with several equine dentists, and she’s getting braces (who knew?) and surgery when she has enough bone to hold the plates and screws.

    She’s nursed well from birth (a bit sloppy, but she gets the job done), supplemented with pellets and soaked alfalfa cubes. She’s also doing pretty well with hay once she moves it back far enough to chew.

    Bravo to these folks who didn’t fold under pressure, and are doing right by this young one. It’s amazing what love can do!

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    • Visited Angel this morning. Our precious girl was running and playing under mom’s watchful eye. In mid romp, she noticed me and my camera. She was shy, but ever so curious, and was soon smelling and nuzzling my hand. She may never be a raving beauty, but I know there’s a wonderful person out there waiting to give her a forever home.

      Here’s to the Diegos and Angels of this world. There’s more to life and love than a pretty face!

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  11. God (or lfe if an atheist or agnostic) never gives you something you can’t handle.

    I applaud their committment to ownership and respect for lfe. If the surgery can work and they and Diego are able to cope, more power to them all.

    Horse haters and so-called equine biz, money first people hate these kinds of stories. Good; keep stewing about equine owners that are beacons of humane ownership and responsibility.

    The owners back up plan was always to humanely euth. They want to give life a chance first…the killbox, never.

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  12. As a farrier I see alot of strange defects, but this is by far the oddest. I would love the little fella just the same! I’m glad he has a great home! Thank you for the article!

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  13. I love this story! Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and this has beauty written all over it. I’ll pray that this baby gets the operation he needs. I would love him too, if more people felt this way, what a beautiful world it would be.

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  14. Maddison you are a lot like my little girl who loved her pony Tinkerbelle so much she tried to pitch a tent in the pasture. You are a friend to four legged furry faces everywhere. and have a heart of gold Don’t ever change as for the surgery when I was at Vet tech school the veterinary college I studied at would take on uncommon cases for free or minimal fees as long as you understood that students would be working on your pet as well as instructors. get in touch with your nearest veterinary school and see what they can offer you.

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  15. They should create a Facebook page for him and that would help with getting donations. Would love to see and hear of his progress. This many times is a death sentence since they cannot nurse or eat properly, but it seems he has a good chance. That’s all they need in life…a chance. And who is to say he is an ugly duckling? It is just a word, a label, created by man. Live on Diego through your courage and thrive on the love so fully given to you. And Maddison, your already one honorable little horsewoman. Your future is so bright. Good job young lady.

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  16. just because the horse looks differant that is no reason to have him put down..you dont put your child down because something is wrong with him/her..Thats more reason to show more love an care..Try an make Diego comfortable as you can. an hope an pray that he is ok..he is a cutie pie…

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  17. God Bless this family!! I have a black and white cat with deformed front feet. I had to give away another cat I had to keep him. But it was worth it in the long run. He is a great cat with loads of personality. I never even though of putting him down. He doesn’t seem to have any problems at all and will be two in Oct. I pray that God gives you many years with your friend.

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  18. Wonderful and inspiring story. Wonderful family upholding the true values in life.
    Maddison, you are a very smart girl! Bless your heart.

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  19. lol he’s actually kind of prehistoric looking and so cute 🙂 with todays diets, I’m sure he will always be able to eat well!

    They could tell people hes from north american bloodlines from 20 million years ago. When horses evolved/needed an elongated lower jaw to scoop plants from marshlands 🙂

    (this is fiction and imagination lol)

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      • “The Velveteen Foal” oh that is sweet!! The colt does look like he is a big cute huggie plushie toy 🙂

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  20. oh he is still cute .. just in a different way… She wil love that little guy as much as any other horse… do we put down ugly people? no. And some of them are as happy as can be.. LOL.. You go little girl

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  21. This is living proof of the power of love!! Unconditional love at that! The child saw a creature to love & nurture, & befriend….and was not blinded by outward appearances. One should never judge a book by it’s cover, it IS what’s inside that matters! I will pray that the family can raise the money to have the surgery for this little foal, & that it will be successful!

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  22. Due to the tremendous outpouring of interest and concern we are doing everything we can to contact these folks and let them know that there are folks over here in the US that would like to help and support their effort.

    This has been an interesting day, watching all of your comments…it has helped to restore my faith in humanity. You are all very special, don’t ever forget it.

    R.T.

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    • Thank you for contacting the owners! Vet hospitals see all the time dogs that have bites that are undershot and overshot by a lot more than this sweet colt.

      An exam from a specialist Vet hospital will be very helpfull and the colt may not even need surgery at all.

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  23. Thanks R.T. and your a special person to inform us of these things. .Without you we may have never known. Now maybe they can start a group and get some donations

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  24. Even if the foal can never really graze, he can live very nicely on alfalfa pellets and sweet feed or equine senior. It may cost more to keep him going, but as a veterinarian, I have seen two horses like this, and they grew up healthy.

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  25. Maddison,How very sweet & loving you are.What an adorable photo of you & Diego. Months ago, my niece saved a foal,born with a condition of its legs ( it could not stand to walk or nurse. Had to be bottle fed every few hrs.& needed special braces made to be saved .My niece is a DVM here in America. At her own expense, she corrected the foals legs. It can now walk & run ! I hope your family will have a fund raiser to help with your Foals care. Please, remember the story of the Ugly Duckling it became a Swan ( Your foal is Very Cute ,NOT ugly at all ! ) Continued success for his well being. Wishing you & your Mom, the very best.Kindest Regards

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  26. I am from Hong Kong, not sure if anything I could do. But I am really touched by the article. Sincerely hope a fund raiser would be a successful one.

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  27. Kudos for wanting to help a foal that isn’t perfect, but question: if they can’t afford the $4000 surgery outright, are they going to be able to afford the long-term care this horse is going to need? If it’s going to have problems grazing, then extra time and money will be needed to keep it healthy, I imagine sinus and/or dental problems will pop up as it grows…I don’t know if they have really thought this one out. Just because he’s somewhat savable and romping with a little girl doesn’t mean that all will be rainbows and roses after the surgery. What happens when she gets older and possibly loses interest in horses when she discovers boys? And obviously this foal is being treated like a puppy rather than a foal because everyone feels sorry for him…what happens when his cute behavior becomes dangerous because he gets too big? This is an obvious lifelong commitment to a deformed animal…I hope the parents are prepared for this.

    Also, just because they might need to put him down doesn’t mean he’ll end up in a slaughter plant. I don’t understand that assumption that’s being made here. They can always have him cremated or buried in a pet cemetery.

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    • I am sure they have thought about everything you have said very well or they wouldn’t be doing it. If she was raised around horses she is not going to drop them for I boy. I know, my girl never let boys come in the way of them. She is now 27 and still very much into horses. Don’t be such a downer.

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  28. hi

    i am maddison’s mum and thankyou so much for all your kind hearted words.
    i have been looking for weeks on how to contact the people in florida that had this operation on this gorgeous filly,and thanks so much to you i have now found away of contacting them.

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    • Janey,

      We are so glad that you found us. My wife had been busy contacting the UK Newspapers and friends that we have in the UK in an effort to find you.

      Yes, there are people here who can help and you have found them, finally. How did you find us, of all the little places in the world and half the globe away, what steered you to “Straight from the Horse’s Heart”?

      R.T.

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  29. i would just like to state that the newspapers have twisted this story so much we are not asking for any money,all we wanted was to find someone that had been in our situation and what the outcome was.
    just help & advice thats all.and as for the papers calling Diego ugly,you can only guess how upset Maddison feels about that.we were horrified by that.

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    • Sadly, we live in a cruel world where people say cruel things. It does my heart good to see Maddison take a stand for this horse as she obviously sees an inner beauty and a life worth saving. This is something she has learned from the people that surround her. Personally, I think he’s a cute little guy and I wish you all the best in getting his dental problems corrected so that he can live a long and joyful life with a little girl that adores him.

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    • Janey, Sorry about the papers saying that. I know she must feel bad. But remember what one woman on here says about the story of the ugly duckling turning into a beautiful swan.. I am sure you have read it to her. Tell her not to worry about what others say. I actually think he is adorable. As for not wanting help that is all and fine. But some of the people on this board go crazy trying to save horses everyweek. We work hard, and to see this a horse that is not in slaughter danger makes us want to help him. At least we know we have a good chance helping him. The ones in the KILL BUYERS hands sometimes slip away and we have to live with that. So why dont you open a facebook page and let us all join and then you can really see how we feel and if you ever need the help we will be there for you.,
      Sherry Osborn on facebook

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  30. The first and only thing that came to my mind…
    Bless The Beasts and The Children…
    Maddy’s Mom and Grandma have taught an invaluable lesson to this little one..
    Or, perhaps Maddy is teaching us ALL..
    Diego was meant to be, he was meant to be with Maddison…
    God Love them… He obviously does..

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  31. Janey, there are some very wonderful and knowledgeable people here in the US. I’m surprised that someone in your own highly experienced and knowledgeable part of the equine world (UK) didn’t reach out to you.

    Hang in there…many here can help. Have you contacted any of your teaching veterinarian teaching universities?

    We are behind you all the way.

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    • Prank or not, you see the love and concern in all the comments. I wonder if such foals could just live on a soft diet, rather than even having to do the operation? Is their digestive system set up to require huge amounts of the fibrous hay?

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  32. Putting a horse like this down isn’t about him “looking different” – it’s about the expense of the surgery, the fact that the prognosis can’t be guaranteed, and the long term care required. I think the many people who said to euthanize this foal were not doing so out of mean-ness, or nastiness or cruelty, but because weighing everything, in many cases like this euthanasia is the best option, not only because of the expense but because of long term quality of life issues.

    I wish the family the best of luck with this guy, and for the record do not find him at all ugly. I hope that if surgery is pursued it is a success and Diego grows into a happy and healthy horse. I just wanted to point out that suggestions to do otherwise were probably not intended to be mean spirited or unkind, and that the people who suggested that were probably not doing so simply because of the foal “looking” abnormal (at least I hope not)

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  33. i will not go any further with this now i have had so much upset with the press twisting everything.
    but am really gutted as thought your site was not being bombarded with nasty posts to upset us further.
    your site was the only site i had just started to comment on too.
    i was interested to find out more about the little filly in florida,thats why i contacted your site.
    thanks anyways
    janey x

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    • Janey, just come upon your daughter and her colt’s story. Beautiful. How are they? Were you able to touch base with the Florida stable who dealt with the same issue as your colt? How did his surgery go and recovery? I know it’s been some time and do pray this all worked with full complete healing. Thank you for your time!! Paula

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  34. Well, as a lot of people are up and down about a horse like this, I think of it this way: If this was a ‘human’ baby, we would all be rushing to help and find ways to save that child. Why not a foal?? as it too is a living, breathing, and loving. If your child was born with something similar wrong, would you put him/her down too?? If people are willing to donate and help this foal, the owners could then look into the future for health care for it? I would love to help also. As to you commentors who say she will grow out of it — Not all of us do, I love my horses very much and their health is just as important to me as my husbands and myself. This is not an ugly foal at all, he is unique and it seems well loved. Good luck to you and happy trails!!

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  35. There is no reason that this foal cannot have a special diet formulated that includes alfalfa pellets, sweet feed, maybe some “calf manna”, free choice loose 12:12 mineral mix and loose salt. He should also have access to pasture, but the grass may fall out of his mouth. I would like to see a photo of the actual teeth before making a judgement on what needs to be done.

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  36. A lesson to be learned by everyone who reads this. I think it’s absolutely amazing the love and bond between a child and a horse. It doesn’t get any batter then this! Good Luck to you both!!

    FOR THE HORSES,

    Craig Lundgren

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  37. madison you are my hero!! you should be proud of yourself! that little horse is beautiful! i hope you have many fun happy years together!! many people could learn a lesson from you! you know the old saying ‘ don’t judge a book by it’s cover?’ well you just proved it!! good luck you two!!

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  38. What a wonderful, compassionate girl Maddison Biddecombe is! And thank God she has such a role model in her mother Janey. These two realize that looks are just what they are – only skin deep. Too many sad people judge all and everyone on their outward appearances, when it is truly what is on the inside that counts. Shame on all those who advised the Biddecombes to have this lovely colt put down! Ours is a throw away society and this is wrong! All deserve to live the lives that God has given them and no one else has the right to judge whether THEY think this life is justified or not. People can be so cruel. I hope Diego gets the surgery he needs to make sure that he will be able to eat and keep himself well nourished. If not, then Maddison will surely step up and help him with this too. God bless you Maddison, and Janey too. Don’t let the naysayers opinions sway you. Keep on doing for Diego.

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  39. This story warmed my heard when I read it last year. Has anybody heard an update? I have searched but could not find anything. I hope Diego and Maddison are doing well! 🙂

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  40. I have worked with a very sweet morgan horse with wry nose. She was quiet and sweet and able to graze. She is now the spokeshorse for morgan safenet, a morgan horse rescue. She had a surgery that allows her to breathe easier…even though there is no “easy fix” for her. She is well loved and very happy. Great job to you for not giving up.

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  41. What an amazin lil girl an the family 4 sticking by this lil hansom fella it’s so nice 2 c that he’s not gonna b pts just cause of his looks that fab news bless a i wish this lil chap an maddison all the best 4 the future gd luck guys hope every thing goes well xx

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  42. Seriously I think he is so very beautiful and as A Horse owner I can tell you they can be horrible to other horses and horse people.Just know that their are People who many people who love their horses unconditionally. THANK YOU FOR LOVING THAT BEAUTIFUL BABY BOY TOO.I BELIEVE THIS IS A older post anyone know how this colt is doing

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  43. Does anyone know what became of this baby??? I have searched but have been unable to find anything on his progress since this was posted in 2010….

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  44. Just because the horse is different in his looks does not mean he should be put down. I am so glad the owner decided to keep him and give him a chance. Looks like a lovable animal to me. I hope the operation helps him and he continues to enjoy life with his little friend. Love&prayers, Margie

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  45. I currently have a wry nosed mare here at the rescue. She is in her mid to late 20s and doing fabulous.
    Just because a horse has a wry nose DOES NOT warrant putting them down. These horse people that stated the owner needed to put the horse down needs to have their heads examined.

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  46. My colt was kicked in the face accidently by his mother when he was 3 weeks old. It bent his septum which eventually had to have 2″ removed at the bottom of his nose so he could breathe better and it also set his top teeth behind his bottom teeth. He was a well bred beautiful registered colt and I sold him as a coming 3 year old as a stallion. As long as he isn’t on short grass he could graze. So just make sure this on can get to the food. And hopefully he will be gelded so he does not pass this trait on. I hope he lives a long and wonderful life.

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  47. Go deigo go and what a wonderful little girl Maddison for over lookin his deformities. You have obviously been raised with wonderful parents who have taught you well. God bless an many prayers.

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  48. Madison is a brave young girl with a heart Diego is lucky to have her walk the distance of life with him wither it’s shirt or long I’m sure the love of wanting to survive will succeed, My hat is off to Madison and family fir giving this little fella a chance if he loves life now he will continue to adapt, all my best wishes.

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  49. I come from the world of equine rehab and rescue, I was instructed to destroy a special needs mare after she foaled a lovely filly, followed by a pony blind in one eye, I refused !!!! I stand by my judgement, we as a society don’t destroy special needs humans, why should a perfectly happy and cared for pony be any different, just because it looks strange, you may have to provide care in a different way, its nobody else’s business but your own and if a vet clears its welfare then I say screw every body else, if its needs are been met and a little girl is enjoying the company then get on with it and enjoy, my sister has a child born with a brain tumour, she has bonded with both the special needs ponies I had, all three are living life to the full and the one eyed pony cleared the board at its first ever show !! ENJOY xx

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  50. This world is controlled by humans wanting perfection there absolutely obsessed by it but there are few of us who see beyond perfection we see the beauty we see something far more valuable and we love unconditionally and that is so precious good on the family that refused to destroy such a beautiful foal they have given him a chance to grow and shine he has spirit I hope he has a long life with all the love and care he deserves it hope this will teach others to do the same

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  51. This lady has raised a fantastic daughter! Her heart is open to everything and I believe she will grow to be a very loving and kind woman. Thank you Maddison for seeing the beauty in Diego and thank you Mom for standing behind your daughter. You should be so proud!!

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