Chase had the best life possible with Mylestone

Chase was a large pony who was purchased at an auction to be used at a summer camp. When the summer was over he was tried at a large riding facility on a trial basis. He was to be used as a lesson horse but it was discovered that he was not sound enough for the program. The 18 year old Arab-Welsh cross gelding was then headed for the auction when one of Mylestone's volunteers, along with a new donor, purchased him.

It was discovered after Chase's arrival at Mylestone that he had gallstones. This is rare in horses because they do not have gallbladders. The stones are in the bile ducts in his liver. Chase required constant medical care and his needs intensified over time. Finally his health became compromised to a point that the kindest thing was to help Chase find the greener pastures he now deserved. He will be missed by all who knew him.

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