Woman creates Four Corners haven for Welsh ponies

Woman creates Four Corners haven for Welsh ponies

Weehaven makes name for Cortez in world of Welsh ponies
Vickie Paxton’s granddaughter, Ayla Coffey, hugs her mare, Rosie, one of the few permanent residents at Weehaven Welsh Ponies.
The Promise Sermon in the Wind, Paxton’s 3-year-old grullo stallion. His barn name is Windsor.
Ayla Coffey, 7, with Phantasia Pearl, a filly born on Paxton’s farm. Phantasia is a perlino – an unusual pink-skinned, blue-eyed white horse.
Vickie Paxton drives a cart pulled by her stallion Rollingwoods Rockateer LOM in a Cortez Fourth of July parade.
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To learn more about Weehaven Welsh Ponies, visit weehavenwelshponies.com. To schedule a visit to the farm, contact Vickie Paxton at 970-529-3340.

Woman creates Four Corners haven for Welsh ponies

Vickie Paxton’s granddaughter, Ayla Coffey, hugs her mare, Rosie, one of the few permanent residents at Weehaven Welsh Ponies.
The Promise Sermon in the Wind, Paxton’s 3-year-old grullo stallion. His barn name is Windsor.
Ayla Coffey, 7, with Phantasia Pearl, a filly born on Paxton’s farm. Phantasia is a perlino – an unusual pink-skinned, blue-eyed white horse.
Vickie Paxton drives a cart pulled by her stallion Rollingwoods Rockateer LOM in a Cortez Fourth of July parade.
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