In February of 2007, Dr. Emilie Storch was given a
blind horse known as Freckles. This blind leopard appaloosa arrived
muddy, meek and depressed. As she healed, her strong and confident
personality emerged with her strong and beautiful body. Freckles’
name was changed to Flurry, to reflect that inner and outer beauty.
Flurry loved to ride on trails and through pastures. She responded
easily to both voice and leg commands and was a quick student.
Sadly, Flurry died suddenly on Memorial Day of 2007.
was developed to help other blind horses achieve
their full potential, just as Flurry did...