A tribute by Grandma Gregg
“Time out from the defensive war to protect our wild equines so that we can take a moment to recognize the passing of a very dear friend to all of us at SFTHH and particularly, to Grandma Gregg. Ace the captive wild stallion crossed the bridge on the 13th and the world will be a sadder place because of it. We only have a short time with our 4 legged companions and likewise, with each other. Make everyday count and live it like it is your last one. See you again, someday, Ace…we are better for having known you.” ~ R.T.
1988 – October 13, 2017
Hundreds of years in the wild have ingrained mother nature’s instinct and intelligence into wild horses and although they surely all have it … occasionally we humans are in tune enough to actually realize it and see it and feel it … if we give ourselves the chance.
We are the lucky ones to be able to appreciate ACE and all the wild ones.
ACE lived the remainder of his life with other wild horses including one of his wild mares, “Barbie” and one of his sons named ”CC”. ACE now sleeps forever under “the resting tree” but will remain in our hearts forever and ever and ever.