Meet My Horse: Bonnie Blue Who Lives In Alabama
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Meet My Horse: Bonnie Blue Who Lives In Alabama

The sassiest mare this side of the Mississippi River!

Meet My Horse: Bonnie Blue Who Lives In Alabama
Molly Joiner

Bonnie Blue is a grade quarter horse. She is flea-bitten grey and full of sass. She's super athletic and enjoys life in the fast lane. Wherever Bonnie goes, fun and drama are sure to follow. She is always the center of attention in any herd, but when push comes to shove, she is the most loving horse a girl could ask for.

About Bonnie Blue:

  • Age: 18
  • Weight: 1300lbs
  • Where they were born: Alabama
  • Favorite food: Animal Crackers
  • Current location: Alabama
  • Nicknames: Bon Bon
  • Best friend: Della Rose or Magic
  • Favorite toy: Gate Latch

5 Random Facts About Bonnie Blue:

1. Bonnie can untie ropes.

2. Bonnie has Melanoma (Don't worry, it's not lethal in equines!)

3. Bonnie loves Cardi B ( no seriously, I have video evidence).

4. Bonnie works with me part time at Whistle Stop Ranch taking guests on trail rides.

5. Bonnie is a Barrel Racer.

3 Places They Love To Go With Their Human:

1. Wind Creek State Park in Alexander City, Alabama.

2. Whistle Stop Ranch LLC. in Hanover, Alabama.

3. Pursell Farms in Sylacauga, Alabama.

The Best Pictures Of Bonnie Blue Ever Taken:

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Big Yawns From the QueenMolly Joiner

The Best Video Of Bonnie Blue Ever Taken:

Your browser does not support the video tag. Cardi B is Bonnie's favorite.

Want to follow Bonnie Blue's Adventures on Instagram?

Instagram: @whistlestopranchal

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